When I discovered that Bill (my dad) was looking for guest bloggers for Layers of the Ongion, I immediately let him know I was interested. In case you don’t already know, I’m not one to pass on an opportunity to show off, and I like to think I possess a little skill at writing, so it seemed like a great opportunity. Still, I can’t help but be a little apprehensive at the prospect of trying to match the level of quality this blog usually attains, so I apologize in advance if I fall short; good news is, your regularly scheduled programming will return next week. In the spirit of the usual post found here, I will strive to go off on several tangents and will do my best, whenever possible, to add unnecessary commas.
|Picture this, but a lot nerdier.|
|Kirk with one of the many women he encountered|
|Oh Captain, my Captain, Captain of the USS Armchair, Bill Yarger|
I will leave you with one thought to ponder the next time you relax with your family or friends; Are you an idol to someone else? If you are, what are you doing to maintain your position? Remember, it takes a lot of work to be the captain of the Enterprise; being someone’s idol is no different. If you can manage to be even half the idol I had, you should congratulate yourself on a job well done. Thanks for reading, and have a good week!
James T. Kirk Jr.
|Dan Yarger, today's guest blogger|