GOD & MAN IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Gee, but it's hard when one lowers one's guard to the vultures...—Steve Harley
That "I Am Not Spock" guy was second in command.
If you know what SCA filk music is, you've heard of Joe Bethancourt. If you've never heard of Joe Bethancourt, you have no idea what filk music is. Anyway, via Joe I gleaned this undeniable wisdom originally authored by scifi filker Jane Mailander:"He who sings, prays twice" -- St. Augustine of Hippo."St. Augustine never heard William Shatner sing 'Rocket Man'." -- Jane Mailander(Actually, Jane attributes the quote to St. Thomas Aquinas, but it wouldn't be the first time a 21st century Harmless Historical Nut got a detail wrong.)
Tom, that was possibly a topper. Shatner barely maintains the lead because he accompanied himself.
I think it's going to be a long, long time before I recover from that video.
Bless you, Hunter Baker. Bless you.This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever had the privilege of witnessing.But of course, I'm one of them.
That was absolutely painful to watch. I HAD to turn it off.
William Shatner is comic gold. Just watch Boston Legal (ignore the preachy parts and you'll do okay). It opens your eyes to a whole new interpretation of both Star Trek and T.J. Hooker.
T.J. HookerNow thats a name I thought I'd never hear again.
I was a devoted fan of T.J. Hooker. What always bothered me was the difference between Shatner's hair on Star Trek (flat, not that thick) and his hair on Hooker (bushy, full). I had the same questions about Burt Reynolds. This was before my young mind could even consider the possibility of my heroes sporting hairpieces.
I always thought it was a left-over tribble, Hunter.
Explains everything, Dan.
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