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And I hope we get to see some more information about the horse riding desert tribes beyond them being desert tribes who rides horses.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
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Kajehase wrote:
Someone stole my bicycle. :(
Ouch! I am sorry about that.
Ditto. Thieves suck

Thanks. It was reaching retirement age due to an encounter with a tree and being used at work, but I'd kinda would have liked to have made the decision myself.


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Been waiting for this book since... pretty much the original Gazetteer revealed there was a Qadira. So I'd be stoked even if it didn't have cool writers - but since it does have cool writers, I'm stoked like a red-hot furnace for this.

Is it christmas yet?


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Someone stole my bicycle. :(


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I blame Cosmo that Sadiq Khan has had to issue a statement that he's not allowed to declare London an independent state.


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Jean Honoré Fragonard & Marguerite Gérard - The Angora Cat (circa 1783)


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Travis - Flowers in the Window (That video's like a 4-½ minute Twilight Zone episode.)


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Travis - Side


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Treppa wrote:
I wasn't allowed to read comics because I'm a girl.

Not even horsey ones?


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ICELAND GOT THROUGH THE GROUP STAGE!!!!!!


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lynora wrote:
Stayed home today as expected. Slept until two. Then I started watching downtown abbey. That was several episodes ago....I may not sleep tonight. This show is oddly addictive.

I blame Lady Mary. It seems the done thing to do.


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Paul Seed, who directed the British (original) version of House of Cards (and a lot of other stuff) began as an actor, appearing, among other roles, as the Graff Vynda-K in the Doctor Who serial The Ribos Operation.


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Callie: "There's a saying among my people, he who trusts can never be betrayed, only mistaken."

Avon: "Life expectancy among your people must be very low."


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Deap Vally - Smile More


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How is the kiddlet?
** spoiler omitted **

What?! No love for Doctor Snuggles? I say, the youth today...


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Kalindlara wrote:
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You need at least 5, though. :O

That's just what they want you to think!!!!

Wake up sheeple!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Kalindlara wrote:
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Scythia wrote:
Kryzbyn, it's been my experience that there's around five to eight groups in current discourse. Right now there are three central groups, one far right, one centre, and one left. Then, among minor groups there are farther left, disguised right, rebellion-fantasizing, unfocused anger, and believes every conspiracy.
Is that last one even possible??? You'd inevitably reach foundational contradictions.
I've seen a couple of those folks. You're applying logic where it isn't involved. ^_^

It's a conspiracy!!!!

Spoiler:
Used four exclamation marks to signify proper unhingedness.


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All we get here are moose/elks. They're bigger than they look on TV or in photographs.


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Kajehase wrote:
Finished my Paul Cornell month's reading part with Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? - In which the intrepid members of Scotland Yard's 4-person squad for occult investigations investigate, well...

And following that, Matt Wallace's first Sin du Jour novella, Envy of Angels about the company who does the catering when, for instance, the US government is setting up a banquet for two demon clans to celebrate their newly negotiated peace treaty with each other.

Read it, and you may never want to eat a chicken nugget again... (can't say I felt tempted to before, personally, but they keep selling them, so I guess they're popular).


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BELINDA CARLISLE GOOD HEAVENS TOUR 1988

I still love her music even after all of these years.

I can't exactly point it but I feel Psi Corp vibe from her...

that's probably not a coincidence.

Given how much pat benatar influenced one of the greatest anime of a generation, it's easy to see rock stars in just about every science fiction romp.

I think Drejk was thinking of Lyta Alexander off of Babylon 5.


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Sharoth wrote:

BELINDA CARLISLE GOOD HEAVENS TOUR 1988

I still love her music even after all of these years.

"For now, for love, forever, amen."


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Finished my Paul Cornell month's reading part with Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? - In which the intrepid members of Scotland Yard's 4-person squad for occult investigations investigate, well...


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3 days left until 4 weeks off. Which means it's train-your-temp-week. Which means I yet again get to marvel at how someone can manage to make the act of reading a list difficult.


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Didn't think it'd be this hard to find a good, English- or Swedish-language, internet page about the Ditmarschen Republic.


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Crossover with Blake's 7.


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DeathQuaker wrote:

It is largely filled with badass spy chicks and chocolate, mainly.

My body is ready!


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Aaron Bitman wrote:

Well, thanks for the suggestions, everyone, but I wanted something more like Buffy. In fact, I would simply have wanted to watch Buffy, but I have limited time in which to watch TV, and more time to read. So I'm taking the closest approximation I can find in book form.

I mean... I know that Buffy books exist, but I imagine they probably assume the reader has a certain amount of knowledge of the TV show, of which I've never seen even a single episode. I would love a straight-out novelization of the TV series, but I'm not aware that any such thing exists.

Of all your suggestions, the one that sounds the closest to what I want is The Hollows. I considered that series last year, but I'm not sure I like the idea of a post-apocalyptic setting for such a story. (And I'm not so thrilled with the idea of my kids seeing me read a book with such provocative cover art. It's not the worst art imaginable, but still, it goes a bit further than I would like.)

I finished Blood Song, and if I ever get the urge to read such a story again, I'll probably move onto Siren Song.

I'd take a look at Seanan McGuire's InCryptid novels which feels very much in the vein of Buffy to me.


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I think I'd enjoy living in the dreamscape of your mind.


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Unexpected drawbacks of playing sandboxy video-games.


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Happy 20th anniversary Ragadolf!


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
therealthom wrote:
I do want to find out more about Stanley now. Can anyone recommend a good biography?

No, but he featured prominently in the beginning of an excellent (though depressing) book on Africa, The Scramble for Africa: White Man's Conquest of the Dark Continent, From 1876 to 1912 by Thomas Pakenham.

IIRC, he was kind of a dick.

Safe to say that about most people working in Africa for King Leopold of Belgium.


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Limeylongears wrote:

Supa late 90s nostalgia Saturday!

Once Around The Block - Badly Drawn Boy

Doves - There Goes The Fear

Air - Sexy Boy

Garbage - Push It


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One way system – smooth and commendable
Go by bus – they’re highly dependable
The swings in the park for the kids have won awards
The clean streets acknowledged in the Lords
But what’s a park if you can’t see a linnet?
A timetable if your journey’s infinite?
My bag’s packed and I’m leaving in a minute
For what is Chatteris without you in it?

Car crime’s low, the gun crime’s lower
The town hall band CD, it’s a grower
You never hear of folk getting knocked on the bonce
Although there was a drive-by shouting once
But there’s a brass band everywhere
And I don’t drive, so I don’t care
And as a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?

Like a game-bird reserve short on pheasants
Weavers’ cottages devoid of tenants
A market town that lacks quintessence
That’s Chatteris without your presence
Three good butchers, two fine chandlers
An indoor pool and a first class cake shop
Ofsted plaudits, envy of the Fens
Prick barriers at both ends
But what’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
What’s Chatteris if you’re not there?
I may as well be in Ely or St Ives…


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Roooooox-ane


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Okay then, some "fashion" photographs doesn't look stupid.


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Oh yes, presents are a given.


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Happy birthday Celestial Healer. May your day bring you plenty of good food, drink, and merriment in whatever order you prefer.


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aeglos wrote:
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And I hope everyone's wearing their sprig of lilac today, as we honour the fallen of the shortlived Republic of Treacle Mine Road.
Truth! Freedom! Justice! Reasonably priced love! And a Hard boiled egg!!

How do they rise up? Rise up? Rise up?


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And I hope everyone's wearing their sprig of lilac today, as we honour the fallen of the shortlived Republic of Treacle Mine Road.


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Oh lovely, my employer's parent company has gone into reconstruction. (And the first I hear of it is a news-notice on telly-text!!)
That doesn't sound good. Is that like debt restructuring or a bailout?

Debt restructuring, I'd say. My wage is guaranteed by the state, and the company line is, "it's old debt, once we're rid of it things'll be fine," but I'm going to start to look for somewhere to jump before I get pushed.


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Oh lovely, my employer's parent company has gone into reconstruction. (And the first I hear of it is a news-notice on telly-text!!)


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Happy belated birthday Patrick! *honks misthorn*


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"Herausragende"

Shut up German, your whole language is drunk!


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

The actor is reprising his role (again) and I love that he is part of this movie.

I have really said too much, do I need a lawyer?

Probably too late for that. I'd start worrying about mysterious black helicopters showing up...


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Treppa wrote:

But would I actually have to know how to code, or would the finger do it for me? I haven't coded fluently in any language developed since about, say, 1980. ;-)

Oh my God, this speech to text program puts in the emoji for "winky face"! Ruffle. But it apparently doesn't know rolling on the floor laughing.

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*faints*


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Not to do with revolution or politics at all, but I kinda think some of the people in this thread would be interested in Paul Cornell's comic book This Damned Band which is out now.

(Rock'n'roll warning for scenes of debauchery.)


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Ross Byers wrote:

Re: Snick - I can't think of any actressess known for that kind of manic energy - which probably says something about how women are cast in Hollywood as much as it does about my memory. (If Snick were male, we'd just cast Bradley Cooper to do his Rocket Raccoon and continue the GotG reunion you've got rolling there.) Catherine Tate could probably do it.

Could grab Essie Davis, Tatiana Maslany, or another actress known for being a chameleon instead of for a particular type of role, instead.

I think Ellen Page could do a really good job with that kind of part. Not sure why I think so, really, but...


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David M Mallon wrote:
Of the 88 Academy Awards ("Oscars") for Best Picture, none have been awarded for a science fiction film.

2001: A Space Odyssey wasn't even nominated - the nominees for the 1969 awards being: Midnight Cowboy; Anne of the Thousand Days; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; Hello, Dolly!; and Z.


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Treppa wrote:

I hear that. My primary client will be out of town for 6 weeks - no pay from them. And if I am going to be one-handed for a while, all my projected income is roughly halved, because keyboarding will take roughly twice as long as expected. I am looking into speech to text now.

Good luck with the test. Why does it take so long?

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:(


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Absolutely disgraceful.

Hoping for the best resolution for you. For what little that's worth.

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