The fake reviews and questions/answers for this $40,000 HDTV are pure gold.
Chinese boyfriend jumped to his death after girlfriend insisted on going into another clothes shop | Mail Online
We’ve all been there, am I right, fellas?
CDC to Wisconsin: Please Avoid 'Cannibal Sandwiches' - Last holiday season, the raw-meat snacks were linked to 17 possible E. coli cases
People in the 21st century in an industrialized nation actually have to be told not to eat raw meat.
Me? I say let them get sick and die. We’re not losing any great intellectuals in that lot.
TLDR: Because of the lack of competition, the cable companies are greedy and they don’t care that the US is lagging behind other industrialized nations when it comes to internet speeds. Also caps and overage charges mean that if they did offer the super speeds, you’d be able to hit your cap in hours of the first day of the month.
Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger (by SurvivorVEVO)
Despite growing up in the time when this was a music video that would be played on TV, I don’t recall ever seeing this video. I thought the video would just be a montage of Stallone, Carl Weathers and Mr T. Instead it’s amazing. This is definitely in the same class as Journey’s “Separate Ways” in unintentional hilarity. This looks like the most random collection of guys holding instruments.
(This came up as a related search when I was looking for clips from the old 70’s UK TV show, SURVIVORS.)
My personal feeling is that he got away. But the most likely thing, as negative as this sounds, is that they’re going to find this kid’s fingerprints all over this lab and they’re going to find him within a day or a week or a month. And he’s still going to be on the hook for the murder of two federal agents. But yeah, even though that’s the most likely outcome, the way I see it is that he got away and got to Alaska, changed his name, and had a new life. You want that for the kid. He deserves it.
He deserved to get away? Are you kidding me? Almost all of the problems for the characters on the show were Jesse’s fault!
A few off the top of my head…
Nearly got them busted for stupid shit countless times. Driving around throwing money out of his car windows being the most recent one that comes to mind.
Sent his buddy into a known gang territory to sell on a corner alone, then whining when that gets the friend killed.
Screwing up so bad that Gus wanted him gone. Then he switches sides and sides with Gus and Mike against Walt. Walt, who did nothing but protect him and fix his messes all the way through, even to the very end.
He even got his ex-girlfriend killed, leaving her kid orphaned.
Those are just the tip of the iceberg.
Basically, Jesse repeatedly screws up then reacts by being self righteous and feeling sorry for himself for six seasons. Fuck that guy.
He has no more ever called himself the 11th Doctor than he would call himself Matt Smith. The Doctor doesn’t know off the top of his head [what number he is].
Ummm… except he does know exactly which number he is. He even specifically references it on screen in “The Lodger”. That was in series 5 and under Moffat. It’s one thing to not know something somebody wrote a long time ago, but it’s another to ignore something that was only a few years ago and under your watch.
It’s obvious that the only reason we got John Hurt was because Moffat was a fan (see the repeated references to Hurt in that pregnancy episode of COUPLING) and because Eccleston refused to come back. The “War Doctor” clearly was originally meant to be the 9th and when they couldn’t get him instead of just using the 8th in that capacity they shoe-horned in a Doctor we never saw.
It’d be easier just to say that the non-natural regeneration we saw in the mini-episode simply made the 8th Doctor look different, that it was the equivalent of instant Time Lord plastic surgery.
Really, it’s just another plot hole. All you can do is just try to enjoy the show and ignore the huge cracks in logic and consistency. Sure, “War Doctor” contradicts everything we’ve been shown, from all the times we’ve seen all of the Doctor’s incarnations since the show returned where we’ve always seen 1-10 or 1-11 (like “The Eleventh Hour” and “The Lodger”). But it’s not like we can do anything about it. Maybe someday somebody else will take over the show and undo it.
Ultimately it won’t matter. It’s unlikely we’ll see John Hurt on the show again. Just like we’ll never see Tom Baker (if he was the Doctor again). His appearance, aside from being a nice nod to the oldest remaining classic Doctor, was to set up the idea that the Doctor might be able to return to old incarnations when regenerating. I think the bit about being able to recycle his old bodies when regenerating is a great idea, and it leaves the door open for McGann, Tennant or Smith to return full time someday if they wanted to.
I honestly thought this article would simply consist of two words: “Bandwidth caps.” but they’re not even mentioned.
Wow. I jumped ship to foobar2000 a long time ago, but it’s kind of sad that Winamp’s long, lingering shuffle to the grave has finally reached its destination.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, BBC Future has created an interactive map of his travels through time. Can you guess which Doctor has made the most TARDIS trips? Click here to find out, and click on each trip to see archive video clips and images too.
This interactive image was produced by Information is Beautiful for BBC Future.
Maybe I read the chart wrong, but this seems to only count Earth-based stories. It has the 11th making the most trips, but that would actually clearly be the 4th hands down as he was the longest serving Doctor. 9 through 11’s stories have largely been Earth-centered, where 4 hardly spent any time here at all.
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(Seriously, every single one of these randomly generated things could have come from a real Tumblr user’s profile.)