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William Shatner will boldly go where no 90-year-old has gone
October 4th, 2021 under William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]

There has been a rumor that William Shatner, who famously played Captain Kirk on Star Trek, is finally going to boldly go to Space. Today, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin confirmed that he will be launching into Space on October 12th. When that happens, he will become the oldest person to do it.

How did he react to the news being out there? He tweeted, “So now I can say something. Yes, it’s true; I’m going to be a ‘rocket man!'” Does Elton John know that Shatner is stealing his title? Too bad the two of them are going to be on the phallic-looking rocket together.

Back to the Shat, why did he say yes? He told Jason Alexander, “It’s never too late to experience new things my friend.”

Congrats to Shatner! We are going to watch the 90-year-old turn into a kid as he does something that was not possible when he was born or for a large part of his life. We have come a long way since 1931!


William Shatner to boldly go to the final frontier with Jeff Bezos
September 24th, 2021 under William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]

Ever since 1966, William Shatner has been the most famous space captain in the universe. However, he has never gone to space.

That is all about to change next month because TMZ says that he will be joining Jeff Bezos on the billionaire’s phallic-shaped rocket ship.

That means at 90, Star Trek’s Captain Kirk will be the oldest person to ever go to space.

While his 15 minutes will never be up, that is the length of his trip on the New Sheperd.

And hopefully, his journey will be long enough for the documentary he is pitching to the networks. So far, Discovery doesn’t want to be beamed up with him. But I think they would change their minds if they could get Geoge Takei to join him. Could you imagine those trapped in a confined space for that long? Two men will go up, but only one will come down.

I didn’t watch any of the billionaires competing in their dick measuring contest, but I would definitely watch as the Shat went up because he is the 💩 and this will be the 💩! It is what dreams are made of, and we should never stop dreaming. At 90, we can still live out our dreams. The second we stop dreaming is when it is all over. And Shatner has plenty of dreams left to live.


William Shatner recorded a song with Joe Jonas
September 1st, 2021 under Jonas Brothers, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]

William Shatner’s musical genius is something that is overlooked. There is no one quite like him in the music business, and it is his originality that makes him so special.

So special that Joe Jonas did the background vocals on his upcoming song Clouds of Guilt. Between Shatner’s low vocals and Jonas’ higher pitch, the single is music to our ears. It is an odd pairing, and it works.

Clouds of Guilt is just one of the songs of Shatner’s upcoming autobiographical album Bill that comes out on September 4th. Even at 90, he is still going strong with whatever he does. That is why the Shat is the sh!t!


William Shatner’s unifying song!
July 16th, 2020 under William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]

There are a lot of unique things about William Shatner, but his most unique talent is his singing. No one sings a song quite like, and no one ever will.

Yet, that won’t stop him from releasing albums, and he has a new one coming out soon. Today, he released a single off of the Blues Album, and I cannot stop listening to his take of Canned Heat’s Let’s Work Together.

I think once people hear it, they will want to work together with people who are the opposite of them. Maybe The Shat will take his own advice and do something with the people from Star Wars. Could you imagine if we got a Star Wars vs Star Trek movie? It would be like Avengers, who?

Seriously, if you have never heard him sing, go play on YouTube. It is something that will leave you in awe.


Will William Shatner revive Captain Kirk?
March 3rd, 2020 under Star Trek, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]

In Star Trek: Generations, we saw Captain Kirk die. However, that does not mean William Shatner‘s fans do not want to see him play his iconic role again.

In fact, someone asked him that very question on Twitter. The Shat told them, “No. I think Kirk’s story is pretty well played out at this point.” After that tweet started getting a lot of press, he added, “🙄 What was any different about my statement on Kirk that I haven’t said before? 🤷🏼‍♂️ I don’t do cameos (that one stretches back to 2008 & JJ) Kirk’s story is well told out of any other captain’s story. Kirk died in Generations. What is really left? Adventures in the ribbon?”

He says that now, but I bet for the right amount of money, he would do it again. Who wouldn’t?


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