There is a very special level of hell reserved for people - typically men, as women seem to have mastered the art of not being douchebags in this scenario - who stand in the already tiny and cramped aisles of WHSmith reading magazines right in front of the displays, rather than, you know, buying them and reading them…
Cross post from over on NeODeck, but here we are, Who fans - our first proper look at the new Ice Warriors is in the reply!
Just got an upgrade from weedy 20MBps broadband to 60MBps. Sure, it's not hyper mega crazy speeds, but Yay!
After 5 and a half hours of brick building, I've built all the awesome ROTJ Lego sets I got for my Birthday. Now to just wait for Jabba's Sail Barge to come out...
So. It's my Birthday. Apart from finding a developing shock of white hairs vaguely where my parting is (Up side? I could turn into Sephiroth. Down side? Oh god I'm 22 and I feel like thissssss), it's been alright.
Wait, what!? (It's the BBC so god knows if it's actually watchable outside the UK, I can't find a mirror: Anyway, some pictures of it here).
So, ummm... did anyone else get emailed by Gawker asking them to join the Kinja beta test for the NuODeck?
First picture of David Bradley as William Hartnell and Lesley Manville as Heather Hartnell, from the Radio Times' preview of An Adventure in Space and Time.
Would you like to see 3 minutes of serious British people (Including David Tennant, Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Idris Elba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Colin Morgan, Eve Myles and more!) looking serious as they seriously glance just off a rather serious camera, all set to Elvis' The Wonder of You?