i don’t understand what’s going on in DW anymore. really. the show gets so messed up i can hardly understand what are they talking about.
lol, I do, more or less, but I just have this thing with Moffat (both in DW and Sherlock), he gives me a feeling of trying-too-hard.
Like… look this is a cool reference to something cool and this is a reference too and look a JOKE, I made a funny joke that was supposed to be funny, I saw you laugh, don’t deny that, that was witty, and here comes an emotional moment, it is emotional, but guess what, this is a sci-fi show, let’s slap on some time paradox, time paradox is always cool because it puzzles people, wow, daaaamn, that was deep.
And it comes to a point where it’s completely innatural, at least for me. I think I just don’t particularly like his style.
I think this person has nailed what I don’t like about Moffat.
The problem with living in a "village" that no one cares about...
…is the fact that the news is not reporting on what’s happening with the flooding in my town. I hear the roads in are still closed, in addition to the on/off ramps to the major highways, and they might not reopen until 2pm tomorrow.
Also I guess they closed the twin bridges because “there is a 40 feet barge with a 30 feet tall crane on it heading towards the bridges on the Mohawk River that may not be able to stop.”
Jon Huntsman Jr., a former Utah governor and ambassador to China, isn’t a serious contender for the Republican presidential nomination. And that’s too bad, because Mr. Hunstman has been willing to say the unsayable about the G.O.P. — namely, that it is becoming the “anti-science party.” This is an enormously important development. And it should terrify us.
The most important article you will read all week (maybe even all month or all year). Pass it on.
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The majority of my extended family doesn’t believe in global warming, and sometimes I forget how truly terrifying that is.
"According to Public Policy Polling, only 21 percent of Republican voters in Iowa believe in global warming (and only 35 percent believe in evolution)."
I really hate the phrase “believe in Evolution”. It’s not something you “believe in” or “have faith in”, like you know, some other things I could mention. It’s something that is supported by scientific evidence, so you either put stock in the theory or you’re an idiot you don’t.