Here I am
Not quite dying
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liz011 asked: 5 clues: Character's life has been saved by lipstick on more than one occasion. Character has travelled in time without the Doctor. Character has been abandoned by the Doctor. Character has met multiple versions of the Doctor, including Eleven (Matt Smith). Character has mourned the Doctor's death.
Sarah Jane Smith.
(Very clever. It sounded like River Song right up until the end.)
Think of a character.
Inbox me on anon or not 5 facts or clues about this person.
Watch me suffer and try to guess this character.
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Having to study for finals when all you want to do is belt Christmas songs at the top of your lungs:
Well this is creepy as hell:
Basically John Barrowman narrating about weeping angels. Merry Christmas.
Jesus Christ… Thank you, John… I’ll have nightmares for a week now. Could he have read that any creepier?
StarTrek.com has all the episodes available online for free now…
WATCH ALL THE TREK
Next time a white person accuses you of #reverseracism, ask them if they have two and a half minutes to watch this
ohhhhh my goodnesss, lololololololol too funny
David Bowie and Iggy Pop 1977.
Iggy pops in.
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HISTORY MEME: (3/6) women: Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabeth Tudor is considered by many to be the greatest monarch in English history. When she became queen in 1558, she was twenty-five years old, a survivor of scandal and danger, and considered illegitimate by most Europeans. She inherited a bankrupt nation, torn by religious discord, a weakened pawn between the great powers of France and Spain. She was only the third queen to rule England in her own right; the other two examples, her cousin Lady Jane Grey and half-sister Mary I, were disastrous. Even her supporters believed her position dangerous and uncertain. Her only hope, they counseled, was to marry quickly and lean upon her husband for support. But Elizabeth had other ideas.
She ruled alone for nearly half a century, lending her name to a glorious epoch in world history. She dazzled even her greatest enemies. Her sense of duty was admirable, though it came at great personal cost. She was committed above all else to preserving English peace and stability; her genuine love for her subjects was legendary. Only a few years after her death in 1603, they lamented her passing. In her greatest speech to Parliament, she told them, ‘I count the glory of my crown that I have reigned with your love.’ And five centuries later, the worldwide love affair with Elizabeth Tudor continues.
50 Years of Who with all the Doctors
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary I decided to make Doctor Who Puffs, one for each regeneration of the famous Time Lord. These were so much fun to create and I am looking forward to the next 50 years and what it will bring to the show.
Allons-y, Geronimo and long may the Doctor continue to defend the universe!!!
Bonus Puff: The War Doctor
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