In a terribly short time, we’ve lost both Leonard Nimoy, and Terry Pratchett.
There is an irony that both genre people are tied with death. Leonard Nimoy’s death scene in Star Trek II is one of the
greatest scenes in SF film, and for Pratchett, Death was a character, a memorable character. Other people have had Death as
a character, but Pratchett perfected him.
My late friend Scott loved Pratchett as much as Tolkien. Remembering Pratchett means remembering Scott.
Life is too short.