Wednesday, October 31, 2007

In Case the People Who Love Their Guns get to Me

Put me in one of these. If I have time I'll try and drop something off with the good Dr. before I go. (Might have to use Dr. Zaius, I hope his advanced monkey mind can handle my katra.)

Here is the link to the whole line of STAR TREK urns and caskets. Niche marketing at its finest. If you do buy one, tell 'em Spocko sent you.


Blogger Pavel Chekov said...

I already put my name on the list for the photon torpedo casket. I just hope I don't kick the bucket before it goes on the market.

Then I want it set on fire like in a Viking Funeral.

5:30 PM  
Blogger spocko said...

If that is how you want to go out you know I'll be there for you buddy. If necessary I'll even pull the trigger on the phaser that lights the photon torpedo casket on fire.
But hopefully that is a long, long, long way off. (and if you are lucky you can come back from the dead. Worked for me!)

5:56 PM  
Blogger ECOPHOTOS said...

Spocko, live long and prosper !!

8:09 PM  
Blogger ECOPHOTOS said...

Apologies, I forgot this ...

\ \ / /

(Oh well, you get the idea.)

8:34 PM  
Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

I am sure that the Vulcan Katra is no different than the human soul, my dear Spocko, which is made mostly of peanut butter and Oreos. As chief lobotomist of Ape city, I know all about the disposal of the mortal coil.

Perhaps the most frightening caskets and urns from that link are not for Star Trek, but for baseball teams. Those were pretty scary! Planting a commemorative baseball on a dead guy's ashes is pretty frikken sick. And the say Trekkies (Trekkers?) are weird.

10:17 AM  
Blogger spocko said...

Thanks Ecophotos, right back at cha'

Dr. Zaius. Of course you would associate the human soul with peanuts, because there have been rumors of it's peanutbutter like consistency for years. Of course Vulcan's haven't done the kind of extensive human experiments you did and we don't condone them.

But of course one species doing experiments on another is always troublesome for any advanced race.

The question is, which species is so advanced that they don't NEED to do experiments on another species?

10:35 AM  
Blogger Metro said...

So far, if I thought I was gonna keep the mortal koil in a box, it'd have to be the Kiss Kasket.

But really, I think I'd like to be cremated, and have my ashes scattered in Tia Carrere's underwear drawer ... or Gillian Anderson's ... or a little in both, mebbe ...

12:54 PM  

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