Tami, 45, disabled writer and artist; currently existing in Michigan with six cats and what's left of my sanity. Fangirl-4-Life.
My name is Oliver Poole. I am a genetically-modified human being. My purpose in life is to be Adherent to one Khan Noonian Singh, former prisoner of the Federation for violations against Starfleet and Earth in general, responsible for over a hundred deaths of enlisted and civilians. Khan is the sole survivor of a race of bio-engineered “super” beings. He was created to serve as a thinking and fighting machine due to superior intellect and strength. When he gained a sense of self and realized he and his people were being used as tools and weapons, he rebelled. This led to the entire group being placed in cryogenic chambers for several hundred years — until a member of Starfleet awakened Khan, only to use him again. This time, Khan sought vengeance. He was apprehended and placed in stasis once more, and remained there until recently — 200 years after that incident.
Under new law, the Federation recognizes the violation of Khan’s rights to exist as a free man, and that his actions were those of someone desperate to protect and preserve his species. In hopes to rehabilitate him and give him a chance at his own life, he has been partially exonerated of his crimes and placed on probation. I have been assigned to see that he makes the transition and integrates into society. I am to watch over as well as to serve him. My DNA has been calibrated to match his, so that I may be attuned to him both mentally and physically. I can sense his moods and act accordingly to correct any negative changes in his behavior. I will be his guide and guardian at all times.
This is why I wait at his bedside every day. I wait for him to awaken, which I am told should be very soon. And when that occurs, my work — and my purpose in life — will begin.
A friend gave me the best gift ever: she treated me to the 11pm showing of Star Trek: Into Darkness (and a refillable STID popcorn bucket!), IMAX 3D. It was, in a word, outstanding. I was reminded why I became a Trek fan 31 years ago, when I first saw Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. So many wonderful homages to the original series…so perfect.
Steven Moffat Interview Sherlock Series 3 & 4
and about Benedict and Martin
brilliant interview is brilliant
johnlock dream-destroyer. still love him.
Misogynistic, homophobic wanker. Oh, yes — it’s okay to fantasize about women together, but two men who, even in ACD’s work, proclaimed their love for one another are just “blokes” who show no affection for one another? Give me a fucking break. Fuck you, Moffat.