William Shatner, photo by Gage SkidmoreI was thinking that the ice dancing couple with the wardrobe malfunction during the Olympics could have become the first skaters to complete triple toe loops with a twist and a breast stroke.

.... In an update to the biathlon, participants who are in the cross-country skiing portion of the event will be required to duck shots from the people in the rifle portion. ... Star Trek star William Shatner has signed a contract with country music record "Heartland Records. No details have been released but some hints have emerged about the project. Spock's iconic greeting will become "Live long and prosper, y'all"; the new Enterprise will come with both shuttles and a double-wide trailer that can be launched into orbit; and the Federation sends a fleet into Klingon territory to stamp out an intergalactic moonshining plot because a drunk Klingon is a pretty ugly sight. By the way, it turns out that the Klingon version of a "Bloody Mary" is made with real blood,

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