New Rule

Jun. 28th, 2010 09:03 am
 From now on, no one is allowed to be buried alive, or stand guard over a box, or any other damned thing for two thousand years, unless the writer is prepared to subsequently write that character in some way that indicates that such an experience had some sort of effect on the character.

New Rule

Jun. 28th, 2010 09:03 am
 From now on, no one is allowed to be buried alive, or stand guard over a box, or any other damned thing for two thousand years, unless the writer is prepared to subsequently write that character in some way that indicates that such an experience had some sort of effect on the character.

So, I seem to have forgotten to react to the last three weeks.



It's been a while, so I will just sum up:



    River Song is the Rani.
    Rory is win.

And now, for this week, as always, in no particular order:


Spoilers, obvs )

So, I seem to have forgotten to react to the last three weeks.



It's been a while, so I will just sum up:



    River Song is the Rani.
    Rory is win.

And now, for this week, as always, in no particular order:


Spoilers, obvs )

Um.

Apr. 11th, 2010 12:13 pm
So... just watched The Beast Below.

Spoilers, obviously )

In conclusion... I shall continue to withhold judgement.

Um.

Apr. 11th, 2010 12:13 pm
So... just watched The Beast Below.

Spoilers, obviously )

In conclusion... I shall continue to withhold judgement.

My thoughts re: The Eleventh Hour.

Disclaimer: I don't like Moffat, and don't think he writes drama well. I think he writes women even more poorly. And I think he is far, far too in love with his own cleverness, and that his writing is shallow, if witty. So I may be biased, but I am doing my best to watch this series fairly. Lord knows if I'm succeeding; the fact that the rest of the internet loved this episode so much seems to say: no. On the other hand, the internet often dislikes what I like, so maybe I'm just contrarian? Hard to say.
 


Doctor Shortpants has landed )

My thoughts re: The Eleventh Hour.

Disclaimer: I don't like Moffat, and don't think he writes drama well. I think he writes women even more poorly. And I think he is far, far too in love with his own cleverness, and that his writing is shallow, if witty. So I may be biased, but I am doing my best to watch this series fairly. Lord knows if I'm succeeding; the fact that the rest of the internet loved this episode so much seems to say: no. On the other hand, the internet often dislikes what I like, so maybe I'm just contrarian? Hard to say.
 


Doctor Shortpants has landed )

::blink::

Oct. 19th, 2009 04:39 pm
Today I have learned that the Japanese have turned Obama's name into a verb. As you do. Or at least, as they do.

If I live a thousand years, the Japanese will never stop surprising me. Really, ever.

(Now I wonder how I can get *my* name turned into a delightful verb.)

::blink::

Oct. 19th, 2009 04:39 pm
Today I have learned that the Japanese have turned Obama's name into a verb. As you do. Or at least, as they do.

If I live a thousand years, the Japanese will never stop surprising me. Really, ever.

(Now I wonder how I can get *my* name turned into a delightful verb.)

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