We are like trees. Our roots go deep and are hidden. Our branches spread wide to the heavens and sway and grow, never the same today as they were yesterday. Who can perceive the whole of us? Every leaf is a story that makes us who we are.
Marc Okrand is a University trained linguist who produced the Vulcan and Klingon languages heard in the Star Trek movies. You may think Marc is suffering from a bad case of post nasal drip, but seriously, we trade off speaking Klingon death proverbs. It’s a good day to die!
Don’t bury yourself under ugly! Greg Lundgren is a Seattle-based artist, author, filmmaker, and entrepreneur who creates unique and beautiful glass memorials as an alternative to blasé grey monoliths.
Death with dignity? What does it mean? Learn if, when and how to choose the time of your own death.
Film historian Trent Nicholas and I talk about how death is portrayed on the silver screen, covering everything from Mae West to Clint Eastwood to Quinton Tarrantino, with a little side discussion on the infamous Willhelm scream.