F'list, I knowes you be bringers of teh awesomeness. But has anyone seen a Who macro that's very spoilery for the last scene of Last of The Time Lords? The one with 'cornetto' in it? Bah, I can't remember where it is. Halp!
ETA: Finally, after being near-blinded by the background (owie, ow) I have found said macro! Yey! on capslock_Master (no. I'm not going to bother with the full and correct eljay name as my eyeballs still sting). But anyhow, woohoo!
Tags: halp! Current Mood: annoyed Current Music: Tomoyasu Hotei - Battle Without Honour or Humanity
Woo with a side order of Hoo, plz. (I know, self-glorification, but hey.) I just won 25 Lindens ($L) in a writing competition! *does the happy little dance of yey* Who knew? I may just be able to work as a wordsmith after all...
In the 8 days to go until fandom explodes, we're enjoying relative peace and comfort ever since RTD went mad and pushed our fandom off a cliff penned an end to S3 and hired Kylie as a cheerleader as a guest star for the Christmas Special. Therfore, I propose a survey:
From an article in the Times, taken from www.brianmay.com:
"May revealed his achievement when he received an honorary doctorate at Exeter University this week. He told students: “For the last nine months I’ve done nothing except slave over my PhD, which is now written up, thank God. But there are times when you really want to give up. There are times when you go, ‘Why on earth did I take this on?’” After the ceremony he said: “I worked on my thesis at Imperial from 1971 to 1974 when I had to give it up because Queen became a full-time thing. I kept all my notes and I was able to find them in my loft and start working on them again.” Using a giant telescope in the Canary Islands, May was able to show for the first time that dust clouds in the solar system are moving in the same direction as the planets. He will receive his PhD next May, provided that his thesis is approved by assessors."
THE TIMES July 12, 2007 Simon de Bruxelles http://www.brianmay.com/whatsnew.html