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The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice-versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.

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Rest in peace, Robin Williams. Hopefully, we all added to your pile of good things. I know for sure you added to mine.

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My Favorite Orkan - Remembering Robin Williams

My Favorite Orkan – Remembering Robin Williams

Last Monday, my daughter and I were sitting in the living room, she on her laptop and me reading or playing a game, I don’t remember which.  Then she says “Robin Williams died.” The news hit like a ton of bricks.  I was dazed, confused, and saddened.

Wait, Wait…What?

I hoped that it was a hoax (like Bill Cosby’s rumored death a few years ago).   So I immediately checked the internet.  The more I…

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So, on my recent re-watch of Mork and Mindy, I couldn’t help but be intrigued at how similar Ork looked to Gallifrey.  It’s also intriguing how Orkans have similar traits to the Gallifreyans—Orkans have multiple hearts, have memory-wiping abilities, and can manipulate space and time on a smaller scale.

Headcanon: Ork is in the Kasterborous constellation, too, near Gallifrey (according to Big Finish, the Sixth Doctor said there were 17 stars in Kasterborous, so Ork could easily orbit one of them), and Ork was formed by the same planetesimals that also formed Gallifrey. 

It would explain why the Orkans prefer to run instead of fight; with the Gallifreyans right there, drawing most of the space nasties away from them, they don’t need to fight, and they would’ve seen how nasty the Gallifreyans can get, as well, thus turning them away from violence, as Mork said several times.

Headcanon accepted!

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