George:But when Matt Smith came in it got a whole lot better. New actors, budget, graphics, writers, all new.
Jacob:So does that mean you like Matt Smith more than David Tennant?
George:No, I like, I like play Fantasy Football of Doctor Who. David Tennant as the Doctor, Moffat as the writer, Mickey as the tin dog, the US military's budget, the green Sonic Screwdriver. I pit my team against other fantasy cast groups and we battle it out in fanfictions.
It’s a double room, but it’s clear at least six people are crashing there. There’s copper-colored goggles, rolled up maps, a tackle box full of tiny people, a jubilee of wet erase markers, pencil shavings all over the floor, a hand-scrawled sign that says FREE HUGS, and… is that a mascot costume? Oh dear.
you can store pokemon and items in computers in this universe
living animals, stored in computers
THEY PUT CRIMINALS INTO COMPUTER STORAGE
this would also show why it’s safe for fucking ten year olds to make cross country trips - no courts, no prisons… you just have police officers waiting for you to commit a crime and then BAM you’re stuck in a fucking floppy drive
this is some serious shit guys
I think the scariest part about being stored on a floppy disk is that everything you are, everything you think, everything that makes you you…
“Ahh, the age of 23. I can vote for the leader of one of the current superpowers, I can drink to forget my bad decisions, I can fight and die for my country, but god damn it don’t let me rent a car. I’m too big of a risk.”—MY BRAIN
I’m not yet done with the first season; I’m up to the episode where the people from the past flew in on a plane—which isn’t a spoiler, its the first 30 seconds of an episode. Torchwood is like Doctor Who without the silly Dalek-looking aliens (face it, they’re silly 1960’s low budget aliens that just stuck) and far more sex and human carcases.
It’s also frightening that we live in a world where “carcase” has a plural.
Doctor Who:This is weird, lets investigate with a stick.
Torchwood:Oh shit, a dead body. Lets snog before investigating.
Where can I buy the Tardis ring? Is there a website or something where I can look at the pricing based on the specifications and whatnot? And how long will it be available? Also, will you marry me?
Email me at my work email and we’ll talk. The company is working on getting a website going, but thats going kinda… slow. Kinda real slow. Do not wait on the website, they started working on it in 2010.
Whenever I read an article about replanting trees in eco-damaged areas
I always wonder “Where did they get those trees? Do they have to plant new trees where they got the first ones from? Is there a conspiracy where the same thousand trees just swap locations 5 times a year?”
"Tumblr user Gino Arizmendi designed a ring styled after the British sci-fi show Doctor Who's TARDIS, a time machine and spacecraft, and shared it on his blog. "I was bored and made this," Arizmendi wrote in the post."
SZ:I was bored, so I made the best thing ever.
CW:Ugh. That never happens to me. It's like, "I was bored, so I wanted to see what is microwave safe."
SZ:And then after the burns have settled I'm like "Well, not Giga Pets."
CW:"Definitely not the kettle."
GA:Definitely not another microwave inside of an industrial microwave...
I tell you, ever since I created that Police Box Ring, I have gotten some wonderful emails…
From two rich Princes of Nigeria (I assume they’re brothers), one Chicago O’Hare airport security personnel with a lost package with my name on it (props to knowing my nearest city), I’ve won the French, British (TWICE), and Spanish separate national lotteries (thank you locals for buying me a ticket for me), several overseas investors of some sort (Invest in my MEGA WATER, 3 Os to every 1 H! 33% More Water!) and partridge in a scam tree.
Hi, I’m curious, what’s a jewelry CAD technician? Do you design jewelry? And also, I love your TARDIS ring! It’s so legit and better than any other Doctor Who jewelry I’ve seen.
CAD stands for Computer Aided Design. I use software that, according to the salesguy, was originally built to design airplanes and his company modified it for jewelry. I create a 3D virtual object by pressing some buttons—I’m George Jetson, essentially—and Voila! Jewelry.
The guest then looks it over and decides Yay or Nay on the design. On this one I think they made a change, I can’t recall what it was. Then when everything is in place I turn the virtual jewelry into physical wax with a very expensive looking machine. From there it goes into talented hands for casting, stone setting, polishing, and finally sent out to the guest.
P.S.: I suck at taking photos. I don’t know how to get rid of the yellow tint.
Now, as to the Police Box Ring comment. Thank you! I’ve seen other rings, which I never bothered to see if someone had already designed what I did before doing it, and a lot of them are a round shank with a police box on top of it. I’m glad I did something that is liked by a lot of people with a common interest.