Monday, September 13, 2010
Shatner's Toupee: Antarctic expedition.
Shatner's Toupee is taking a two week break as our staff head out to Antarctica. Naturally, the William Shatner School of Toupological Studes has already conducted numerous prior surveys of this region in pursuit of our goal of seeking out all possible information about William Shatner's toupee. However, in a recent report, one of our top toupologists discovered that we had missed a five square-mile area located by the arrow in the below image:
The William Shatner School of Toupological Studies takes its role as one of the world's foremost scientific and research institutions extremely seriously, and thus almost as soon as the oversight was discovered, we put together a comprehensive new expedition to the area in question. Sadly, our previous trips to this region yielded no concrete information, although several animals in Antarctica do appear to have fur which closely resembles Bill Shatner's current "Denny Crane" look. Coincidence?
Anyway, fingers crossed this time. Thanks, as always, to our valued readers for your interest, insights, tips and thoughtful comments. We'll be back in two weeks!