Lived Long And Prospered: Leonard Nimoy , 1931 – 2015


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“My folks came to U.S. as immigrants, aliens, and became citizens. I was born in Boston, a citizen, went to Hollywood and became an alien.”

—-Leonard Nimoy

 

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1,846 Responses to Lived Long And Prospered: Leonard Nimoy , 1931 – 2015

  1. MSolomon2 says:

    What Did Monsanto Show Bill Nye To Make Him Fall “In Love” With GMOs?
    http://www.motherjones.com/tom-philpott/2015/03/what-did-monsanto-show-bill-nye-make-him-stop-worrying-and-love-gmos
    why they showed him “green” obviously!

    • Jack says:

      “When you’re in love, you want to tell the world!” WOW! they really did show him GREEN lots of it and not the good for the environment kind.

      • MSolomon2 says:

        It’s a sad and ugly thing… But I suppose shouldn’t be unexpected, not for a second. He’s first and foremost a “celebrity” and they are most likely to follow the money right to the bank.

  2. Throck Morton says:

    test

  3. MSolomon2 says:

    • FOUR EYES says:

      Hooray!..It doesn’t even make economic sense!–But Big Oil continues to push for this poisonous dinosaur..We have surpluses, lower projected uses and predicted continued low prices..Big Oil is facing downsizing..They also advocate against solar homes..Death to Corporatists!..Right, MS??.. 😉 ….8-)

    • fancykat says:

      Good news MS.

    • Jack says:

      PHEW!

      The dingleberries will find some other dirty deal to push on the American people.

      • MSolomon2 says:

        Well they are more and more afraid of solar, so I certainly expect more attacks on that as we’ve been seeing from the cocks, err… koch’s.

    • FOUR EYES says:

      ❤ ❤ & S, BB !!..Howz your weather??….8-)

      • bebe says:

        awe…bad…after raining cats and dogs…it is snowing hard..they are saying 5-7 inches 😥

        • FOUR EYES says:

          Boo!..Hiss!..You could hibernate, but poor Pomchi!..I’m watching news of MORE roof collapses in Boston..YIKES!..We’re just sunny and low teens until FRI….8-)

          • bebe says:

            loooong driveway..lines up a man with a shovel in his truck, who knows when he will make it, perhaps in the afternoon, but that does not help Pomchi baby…sigh….

  4. waverly says:

    Good evening to all those who inhabit the land of Realm. Peace unto you.

  5. Darth says:

    @4eyes
    Section 1236.22 of the 2009 National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    (a) Agencies must issue instructions to staff on the following retention and management requirements for electronic mail records:

    (1) The names of sender and all addressee(s) and date the message was sent must be preserved for each electronic mail record in order for the context of the message to be understood. The agency may determine that other metadata is needed to meet agency business needs, e.g., receipt information.

    (2) Attachments to electronic mail messages that are an integral part of the record must be preserved as part of the electronic mail record or linked to the electronic mail record with other related records.

    (3) If the electronic mail system identifies users by codes or nicknames or identifies addressees only by the name of a distribution list, retain the intelligent or full names on directories or distributions lists to ensure identification of the sender and addressee(s) of messages that are records.

    (4) Some e-mail systems provide calendars and task lists for users. These may meet the definition of Federal record. Calendars that meet the definition of Federal records are to be managed in accordance with the provisions of GRS 23, Item 5.

    (5) Draft documents that are circulated on electronic mail systems may be records if they meet the criteria specified in 36 CFR 1222.10(b) of this subchapter.

    (b) Agencies that allow employees to send and receive official electronic mail messages using a system not operated by the agency must ensure that Federal records sent or received on such systems are preserved in the appropriate agency recordkeeping system.

    (c) Agencies may elect to manage electronic mail records with very short-term NARA-approved retention periods (transitory records with a very short-term retention period of 180 days or less as provided by GRS 23, Item 7, or by a NARA-approved agency records schedule) on the electronic mail system itself, without the need to copy the record to a paper or electronic recordkeeping system, provided that:

    (1) Users do not delete the messages before the expiration of the NARA-approved retention period, and

    (2) The system’s automatic deletion rules ensure preservation of the records until the expiration of the NARA-approved retention period.

    (d) Except for those electronic mail records within the scope of paragraph (c) of this section:

    (1) Agencies must not use an electronic mail system to store the recordkeeping copy of electronic mail messages identified as Federal records unless that system has all of the features specified in §1236.20(b) of this part.

    (2) If the electronic mail system is not designed to be a recordkeeping system, agencies must instruct staff on how to copy Federal records from the electronic mail system to a recordkeeping system.

    (e) Agencies that retain permanent electronic mail records scheduled for transfer to the National Archives must either store them in a format and on a medium that conforms to the requirements concerning transfer at 36 CFR part 1235 or maintain the ability to convert the records to the required format and medium at the time transfer is scheduled.

    (f) Agencies that maintain paper recordkeeping systems must print and file their electronic mail records with the related transmission and receipt data specified by the agency’s electronic mail instructions.
    http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=cdfab00fef52c315167e41f5bdcec0e8&node=pt36.3.1236&rgn=div5#se36.3.1236_122

    The section in NARA in debate is from 2009, not in 2013
    FY 2009 NARA Bulletins
    2009-03: Pre-accessioning permanent electronic records, July 30, 2009
    2009-02: Guidance concerning managing records in multi-agency environments, June 18, 2009
    http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/bulletins/

    • Darth says:

      I wanted to see the law and the fine print for myself, but Politico gives more detail here:
      “The Times article, by Washington-based reporter Michael Schmidt, stated that Clinton’s exclusive use of a personal email address at the State Department “may have violated federal requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s record.” In reports and press releases, Brock’s groups argued that Schmidt’s article neglected to mention that the relevant portions of the Federal Records Act pertaining to such requirement did not go into effect until November 2014, after Clinton’s tenure at State.

      Unfortunately for these pro-Hillary groups, the regulations that are relevant to Schmidt’s report – the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) requirements – have been in place since at least 2009, when Clinton became secretary of state.

      According to Section 1236.22 of the 2009 NARA requirements, which Schmidt provided in an email, “Agencies that allow employees to send and receive official electronic mail messages using a system not operated by the agency must ensure that Federal records sent or received on such systems are preserved in the appropriate agency recordkeeping system.”

      In short, the State Department was required to ensure that Secretary Clinton’s emails, including those on personal accounts, were preserved in an agency record-keeping system. The failure to ensure such preservation would therefore likely be in violation of the federal requirements, though it’s not clear whether all of her personal emails – or just those related to official business – would be required.
      http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2015/03/pushback-on-hillary-emails-falls-short-203418.html

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