Hey! The smile on your child's face is easily worth all the Doctor Who merchandise in the world.
Especially if they have braces, those things cost a fortune.
Have you ever been talking to someone and they tell you that you remembered something wrong and, despite your often excellent memory, it's happened so much that you wonder if you're not slipping along parallel dimensions so similar to our own that the differences are so minute as to be unnoticeable and then become afraid that one day you'll wake up and an American will be playing the Doctor?
"There are some corners of the universe that have bred the most terrible things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be fought." - Doctor Who
"I'm not scared of monsters. They're scared of me." - Doctor Who
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Thanks so much for all the recent postings!
Next on my list are the large, Finnish monthlies 124, 125, 126 and 129 (motley assortment, I know).
I'll have to move it up in my listening queue... currently listening to "Omega" which contains some Zagreus references I'm not entirely getting.
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Okay, good to know... thanks!
Does anybody have CC: Mother Russia?
The only copies I can find is one that is snap, crackle, pop all the way through and the other that has a glitch at the start.
*Edit* Nevermind, I finally found a copy that doesn't do either!
"But this time is different." The Doctor regarded me sadly.
"I forgot, you've never travelled into your personal past before, have you, Jamie?
You see, you can't alter events from your own history. Because, if you did, you'd end up altering yourself.
If Culloden hadn't happened, you'd be a different person."
anyone seen henry and the professors latest?
Yes, it's a torrent. There are a few torrents around and three different rips! Obviously, two of them are defective. The one that works (128kps) is in update 1 at the impish site. I also notice that the running length is longer than the other versions, so the faulty ones probably had a missing chunk of audio (I just listened to it, so there's no repeating section).
The Three Companions is another one I had to find an alternate source for as the .m4b copy going around is also screwy (the omnibus .mp3 works). Also Colin's Axos was glitchy (just a pop at the start in the big collection). And it was here that complete copies of Gallifrey #1 and Faction Paradox #2 were made available (both had several minutes of audio missing).
that would explain why i couldn't find a copy - any chance of you upping to something like 2shared by any chance?
Матушка Россия (Matushka Rossiya)
Speaking of... I heartily recommend Tom Baker's performance as Rasputin in Nicholas & Alexandra (1971).
Once upon a time there was a story not completed because of a strike
There came a day when a lady read it
Happy 92nd birthday to the wonderful Patrick Troughton!
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Pat on Pebble Mill (1973): [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
Pat, Jon and Peter on Nationwide (1983): [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
And on Breakfast Time with Peter (1983): [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
The Troughton Years (hosted by Jon): [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
One of my favorite dramatic Second Doctor fanvids: [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
Anyone know where i might find The Clockwise Man read by Nicholas Briggs? Or the Monsters Inside read by Camille Coduri. No torrents please
What's your issue with torrents? Never had any trouble. Really, they're no more frightening than any other way of picking stuff up and quite simple. They're also where the majority of material is put.
Though threads like these are far better when you're looking for books and comics. That's for sure.
It's a lot easier to track torrents and get busted for it than the stuff we use here.