Thursday, October 22, 2009
Joan, where art thou?
Many of you know it is exists. We know it exists. But try as we might, one crucial piece of toupological documentary evidence continues to elude us. Somewhere - be it on TV or in a magazine interview, Joan Collins who played Edith Keeler in the Star Trek episode "The City on the Edge of Forever" described in detail some of the differences between Captain Kirk and William Shatner. The portrait wasn't the most flattering (height, weight and hair), but it did include a statement on Shats' baldness and therefore we want it. Yet, we can't seem to locate it.
Recently, in our determination to try to find the above, we even sent a team of our top toupologists to the North Pole. We soon realized that they were, frankly, wasting their energies and asked them to return, empty-handed, of course...So, if anyone out there can help us to track down this important missing link, we will be truly grateful and may even award a prestigious William Shatner School of Toupological Studies honorary degree in recognition of this amazing feat!
On a separate point, "Stallion Cornell's Moist Blog" has written a very nice piece about our blog, so check it out. Our thanks to them for their kind words.
And on to a few miscellaneous points: you may have wondered why we sometimes call Bill Shatner "Shats" as opposed to the more common "Shat". We don't really know, it is just a personal preference.
Finally, a note to our small but regular and devoted band of commentators. We appreciate and value all of your comments and tips, and wanted to add that it would be cool if you would consider signing yourselves with some kind of usernames - anything - at the end of your messages just so everyone isn't "anonymous" all the time. Thanks!
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