Shatner says Obama can’t accede to demands that he be less cool and analytical like Spock, and more impulsive and decisive like Kirk, because the president has the “onerous burden of obeying the Constitution”. (Actually, I imagine Obama more as Barclay or Mudd than Spock.)
Nimoy announces he won’t do any more conventions.
A Brit uses the Klingon language to cope with his dyslexia.
And every seven years I expect an uncontrollable urge to steal this street sign in Loudoun County, Va.:
But, as the philosopher says, “After a time, you may find that having is not so pleasing a thing after all as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true.”