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New Dog Old Tricks
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Publicity gets moving for Who Season Two. The BBC reports everything quite staidly but guess what story the radio is running with? (And, one imagines, the angle the tabs will take on it?) Yes, the Doctor could be a woman! OMG A RADICAL BREAK WITH TRA[…]

FD – a celebration
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Maybe it’s alright after all…[…]

urville.com
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Imaginary City #773 “urville” from the 20 years + imagining of one Gilles Trehin. There is a book forthcoming. Perhaps this is where St Elsewhere is found?[…]

annals of the pre-net troll: 1880s-1970s
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one of the more unsettling — if possibly misleading — epiphanies of being an interweb moderator was the realisation (while reading about Jack T. Ripper, possibly the tiresome p.cornwell’s VERY EXTREMELY RISIBLE anti-sickert case) th[…]

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Dave’s World Cup Spreadsheet
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This year’s World Cup Spreadsheet is now live. It’s being hosted on the Football Supporters International site, which is a guide for fans, by fans, produced by a coalition of European supporters’ organisations.

It’s easily th[…]

BRECHT-WATCH: annals of rib-nudgin smash-the-fourth-wall DO-YOU-SEE self-reflexivity
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in the ineffable HOUSE, someone asked someone else, “Do you have a point? Or are you just providing an extremely lengthy explanation of something medically irrelevant?”[…]

The Great Taco Hunt
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being round about hungry o’clock my ailing eyes&tummy alighted on just such a site.
yes, a stout-hearted legend drives around the City of Angels sniffing out tacos (photos too!).
absolutely brilliant.[…]

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the gabby shade of alexander woollcott*
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ok, i can’t really object to james “wait let me just overwrite some more” wolcott claiming L&O:CI is better than the sopranos cz even if i didn’t actually agree (and i do more or less agree, d’onofrio’s phone-[…]

nature’s OTHER other egg!
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the peach!![…]

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