It's like accusing Peyton Manning of being scared of football.
It's like accusing William Shakespeare of being scared of drama.
It's like accusing Miley Cyrus of being scared of publicity.
What has stretched my credulity beyond its normal, troubling limits and made my ears go extremely pointy?
Why, it's that Richard Branson, the man behind Virgin Galactic, has accused Captain James T. Kirk of being scared of flying.
Please forgive me, but Branson's attempts to boldly go where no man has gone before pale in comparison to the great captain's.
And yet he felt … Read more