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19 May 2006 @ 10:29 am
The Character Options action figure ads that are being aired. Oh god, lol.

"Oh noes! The Daleks have joined the battle!!11!1"



(( 5 inches of plastic David Tennant - 6mb ))
 
 
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19 May 2006 @ 01:14 am
Doctor Who BAFTA wins as screened on 8th May. This includes an audience trying to force fake surprise, Billie!squee, a random Dalek, and some hairy dude in a skirt ;)



[x] Best Drama Series - 12mb
[x] Dennis Potter Award - 54mb
[x] Pioneer Audience Choice - 10mb
 
 
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18 May 2006 @ 11:45 am
Got a good deal on a new 19" Wide screen LCD monitor and an ATI Radeon X800 256mb video card, so I had to share the squee (Even if ya'll don't really care). So now I can use the wide screen for HDTV and the other one for reading porn stuff. I don't know how good my multi tasking skills are but having Dr. Who going on the screen next to you constantly is like getting happy drugs injected into your cerebrum every 10 minutes. Even if it makes me look slightly...weird.

These were supposed to be pictures of just the screen but Frankie quickly became the subject of interest. Speaking of Frankie, she scooted out onto the middle of the road chasing Boska the other morning. My mum ran out in a bra and undies chasing after her frantically. Don't know how many of the neighbours saw it but what a classic.



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15 May 2006 @ 10:03 am
A little Ten centric this week. Rose's make-up was making me twitch a remarkably disturbing amount. I love that elusive pimple under her nose, making it's appearance in only selected scenes or when she had to have a dramatic close up. I spent this whole episode trying to get the image of Jackies giant knockers bouncing down those stairs. My god, how do they not smother her in her sleep?!



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07 May 2006 @ 07:16 am
Well. Um. Err.

Can't say I really, really hated that episode. Don't think I'll be watching it again in a big hurry though. I'd rather just forget it was ever screened. Yes.

So I felt bad for Madame De Poopy even though I thought she was sort of a know it all bitch (With nice hair to boot). I felt bad for the Doctor because he looked sad and that's a reason to feel bad for him. But oh my god, poor Rose. The Doctor was such a twat to her. Tell a girl you'd never ever abandon her like that and then scoot off to another time line with no chance of ever coming back, right the next episode. Deliberately. Hey, she'll only starve to death. No big deal. Rose said she wanted to be a size smaller, right? Maybe the Doctor was taking that into consideration. You don't just leave your best friend there to die like that. Let alone someone we've been led to believe he 'loves'.

I'm assuming the Doctor and Poopy had teh hawt sex. Considering Moffat invented the "dance" thing and Poopy said the Doctor needed to learn. My little heart sort of constricted and popped a vein at that. Not to mention that kiss that went on a little bit too long for my liking. I find it hard to believe that the Doctor fell in love with her after like an hour of being together. I can see it from Poopys point of view even if it is sort of creepy. He sure goes for the young ones, eh?

This, along with last weeks episode has sort of distorted my view of Ten. I kind of want Nine back. I feel that Ten is piss farting around with Rose's feelings while he's not even thinking twice. I think he's confused about what he's feeling himself. The last two episodes have pretty much contradicted their behavior in the first two. By god they better make up for this in future episodes. They sort of just squished all my shipper happiness and pissed on it. Thanks, Moffat.

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04 May 2006 @ 01:29 pm
Just 'installed' my Fastbag. She got an arse on her like a Busa now! The build quality of this thing is amazing. I'm paranoid about the straps rubbing though considering it's not attached the way it was designed to be. I have a different fender eliminator to install once I get over my fear of my evil soldering iron too.

Looks like a 40 year old tourer rides this thing now! Oh well, it will serve a purpose.

 
 
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03 May 2006 @ 11:43 pm
I'm assuming from the 'Fear Factor' thing on the BBC site that there is much tonsil hockey going on in Sat's episode. Yes, I've finally gone loony and am assuming things based on the reactions of 5 year olds.

- Harry grimaces and hides behind a cushion: "Urrrgh! Yuk!"
- "Here we go again!" says Samuel. "Euw!"
- Mum swoons.
<-- lmao.

I'm assuming the 'ews!' are all caused from the reality of the Doctor kissing someone with 18th century dental hygiene. I know that's going to disturb me some what.

Edit: Oh, and she has syphilis too! How great would it be if the Doctor suddenly had sores on his face in the next episode? Yeah, I thought so too.

Serve him right, the cheating twat

Ahem.
 
 
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24 April 2006 @ 05:58 pm
I'm sorry but...

OMFG

I HATE you Londoners. HATE.

But love your telly *g*

I.must.get.to.London.In.September.
 
 
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24 April 2006 @ 03:23 pm
I'd so totally have sex with this episode. Yup. It was that good.

Rose needs to be slapped for wearing...that, though.



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11 April 2006 @ 10:39 pm
Anyone watch the video of this photoshoot? The whole sitting on Santas RTD's lap thing is weird.

148 people I want to hug :D

 
 
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11 April 2006 @ 09:54 am
Fandom EXPLODES

My life? Ruined.
 
 
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07 April 2006 @ 03:08 pm
Pic!spam.

I got a new mouse. Which is exciting and all. Its a Logitech MX518. 1600 Dpi! I have it at like 800 though because I suck and don't have gamers reflexes. I got the new DWM Doctor cover too. Apparently it's selling out everywhere. I don't know why though, it's a terrible picture. Meh, I'd rather him than the Billie cover though. It's pictured with some random DW magazine covers I had on my desk. I'd taken them out of my bag from my Wednesday walk to work.

I put up two new posters too, so a full room picture. My mum is getting scared of this room. It's like attack of the Who. I was quite proud of her last night though. I was watching 'The Long Game' (Yeah, I know. But I was going through the whole series) and my mum walked in, looked at the telly and said "Ohh! Doctor Who!" then sat down. It was so totally random but for once she didn't say "Turn that fucking shit off!" so I nearly burst with momentary happiness.

w00t.
 
 
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07 April 2006 @ 01:06 pm
A little while back I watched 'À la folie pas du tout' (He loves me, He loves me not) which stars the brilliant Audrey Tautou. I only came in during the last 45 minutes or so but the storyline wasn't hard to get into. It had enough twists in the plot to keep me interested and frankly, I just wanted to find out what the crazy bitch was going to do next. The ending of this movie is simply brilliant. Brilliant. I was sitting in my living room at 1am clapping. I enjoyed it that much.

Audrey is one of those interesting people that you just can't stop looking at (I don't know if this is just something bibbiddy_boo and me share, but when I find someone on telly thats interesting to watch. I can't stop myself watching and studying everything they do) She plays a psychotic obsessive compulsive in love with a Doctor that doesn't love her back. She sort of lives inside her own mind. Very "Amelie"-ish (That movie is a masterpiece, but I wonder, if they hadn't cast Miss. Tautou in the lead, would it have been so memorable?)

I do have a slight infatuation (A guy once tried to argue with me that it was spelt with a 'ph' not an 'f' but I had watched 'Aliens of London' far too many times on mute with subtitles to tell him to STFU) with watching stuff with subtitles. My mum often yells at me to put the sound back on the telly and turn the fucking teletext off. Maybe that's why I enjoy watching SBS far too much. Then again, it might be the gracious amount of porn they screen too.

Anyway, thumbs up from me. An enjoyable movie. I didn't find it as captivating as 'Amelie', but that movie will always be great because people tell you is it. This one seems to have slipped under the radar, not unlike many French films. I've heard 'L'Auberge Espagnole', 'Dirty Pretty Things' and 'Happenstance' are just as good. They're next on my watch list.

Oh, and just to back up the superiority (Whoa!) of 'Amelie', the music is just as good.

I freakin love the orchestra version of La valse d'Amélie. Which I offer for download here