Futurama fans will understand why this dog is hanging out in front of Vinnie’s Pizzeria (and perhaps shed a tear…sniff!)
New Doctor Who theme alterations for the 12th Doctor revealed.
This is why I gave up on this show. I used to sit down on the bed and watch the old Doctor Who on T.V. with little brother and sister and my Mum. We used to absolutely love it. When the new Doctors showed up, still good! Really good. Then things started getting ridiculously mental and childish and stupid a little while after 11 showed up (don’t get me wrong, he’s a brilliant actor, and I don’t blame him for anything), and now the show had just fucking gone downhill. Please don’t tell me this is actual music for the new Doctor. Please just tell me it’s not. Jesus fucking Christ this show has been butchered.
human life is incredible
I hate the excessive need to “modernize” everything in TV. It’s like, this wouldn’t be so bad if they actually made it still feel sci-fi, but now it’s this weird new-age bullshit, like they’re trying too hard to be “progressive”. I know I’m making a big deal out of a THEME SONG maybe, but thing is, they’ll probably end up carrying this ideology into the series itself. Where the fuck are things going.
it keeps happening
if this is legit there is no way in hell i am ever staying through the opening ever again omfg what is this
A quick google search has given no evidence this is the new series’ theme song.
Also, whilst a good theme song helps set the scene with shows, it’s not a prime reason to watch them.
Also also, this doesn’t mean I’m looking forward to or defending more of Moffat’s efforts to reduce the show to flippancy, sexism and pointless complications.
Lol. That’s the theme song to Seinfeld.
People don’t recognize the Seinfeld theme? I know the initial post is a joke, but are the others a joke? Am I that old?
"the raven" only its about macklemore. thanks for following my blog
once inside a thrift shop dreary, while i browsed there, weak and weary,
over many a quaint and curious greatcoat of forgotten bore—
while I nodded, puissance sapping, suddenly there came a yapping,
as of some one whitely rapping, rapping at my bargain store—
“‘tis some visitor,” i muttered, “rapping at my bargain store—
only this and macklemore.”
Though I remain convinced that this year’s sweeping Twitter trend, “#readwomen2014,” was the agitated invention of my personal two good friends over a literary-minded meal one day – this movement, whatever its genesis, is gaining plenty of traction. The idea is this: in response to the hundreds and hundreds of years wherein penis-toters dominated literature, science, politics, yo… Read More
I applaud anyone thinking of doing #readwomen2014, even as I’m not sure I’ll be doing it myself in any formal way. Making it a point to read books that emerge from a wide variety of human experienceswill never be a bad thing. Everyone should do it. The end.
But I notice people seem in need of suggestions for what to read, in that case. As I’ve said before, my own bookshelves have been trending female for a long time now. So I have a fairly good handle on novels written by women in the last century or so, and if I were drawing you up a syllabus of what to read next by women, here are the top 50 books I would recommend. Since I could easily offer more than 50 suggestions, I tried to keep this manageable by sticking largely to fiction, with a few memoirs along the way. I also picked only one book per author, though in general I tried, where possible, to select a book you wouldn’t necessarily have encountered on a school syllabus.
Not like I need any more books on my to-read list or anything….
you know those adverts where someone is complaining how they need money fast and their friend is like hey why dont you borrow against your car? house? child? etc (apr 4000%) and they’re like oh wow thats such a good idea! and like drive off with their money and the friends eyes blacken and they slowly crawl up into the corner of the wall i like those adverts