Who wouldn’t be jealous of William Shatner?
The actor spent many years portraying the most effective Starfleet captain — no hate mail please, Picard followers — and impressed numerous younger Individuals to pursue careers in science and aerospace industries by bringing the surprise of issues past our world to house tv units.
This week, Shatner gave us Earth-bound people one more reason to envy him as he turned one of many few individuals to ever escape our environment and journey to house.
After flight coaching, Shatner and an accompanying crew blasted off Wednesday on Blue Origin’s New Shephard spacecraft.
— Glen de Vries (@CaptainClinical) October 12, 2021
Whereas many have been excited to see the pioneering actor get a style of the ultimate frontier, others have been decided to search out one thing unhealthy to say concerning the flight.
Enter George Takei, who performed Hikaru Sulu in “Star Trek,” a subordinate officer to Shatner’s Captain James T. Kirk.
“He’s boldly going the place different individuals have gone earlier than,” Takei instructed Page Six.
“He’s a guinea pig, 90 years previous, and it’s necessary to search out out what occurs,” the 84-year-old continued. “So 90 years previous goes to point out a fantastic deal extra on the wear and tear and tear on the human physique, so he’ll be an excellent specimen to check.”
Not finished with insulting his former costar, Takei went for yet another jab.
“Though he’s not the fittest specimen of 90 years previous, so he’ll be a specimen that’s unfit.”
After all, each good captain is aware of that responding to an assault with drive isn’t at all times the most effective resolution.
“Don’t hate George. The one time he will get press is when he talks unhealthy about me,” Shatner tweeted Saturday.
“He claims 50+ years in the past I took away a digital camera angle that denied him 30 extra seconds of prime time TV. I’m giving it again to him now by letting him spew his hatred for the world to see!”
Don’t hate George. The one time he will get press is when he talks unhealthy about me. He claims 50+ years in the past I took away a digital camera angle that denied him 30 extra seconds of prime time TV. 🤷🏼♂️ I’m giving it again to him now by letting him spew his hatred for the world to see!🤣 Invoice the 🐷
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) October 16, 2021
Class like that is what earns you command of a Starfleet starship.
Takei’s spiteful perspective, nonetheless, just about ensures he’ll be caught on Earth for the remainder of his days — no one needs that sort of negativity in house.
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