One of my least favourite word combinations is “Terrestrial Leech,” and everything that it stands for.
In MJN you don’t say “I love you too” you say “Yes, I am aware. The information has been duly noted. Thank you for your feedback” and I think that’s really brilliant
The director of the first ever series of Doctor Who has said there has been a “sea change” in the BBC’s hit show with a new element of “sexuality”.
Waris Hussein worked on the science fiction programme in 1963, when William Hartnell starred as the Time Lord.
“There is an element now, and I know we’re living in a different era, of sexuality that has crept in,” he said in an interview for BBC Radio 4.
“Why bring in this element when in fact you needn’t have it there?,” he added.”
Spock and Profanity
So I am now in the England for the summer. It is excellent, but it is also a lot of hard work and a decidedly non-brilliant internet connection. Therefore, the slightly sub-standard reblogging of things I’m sure you haven’t come to expect from me will become even more spotty and infrequent. Apologies. Except not really because I’m planning on having a whale of a time this summer so honestly I’m not that sorry.
If you are a member of the PDS, I would like it noted that I miss you. Shine on you crazy diamonds.
Also, my, my England. Looking mighty green and pleasant, aren’t you, England.
Try something new each day. After all, we’re given life to find it out. It doesn’t last forever.