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Via huskyteer, I recently encountered a webcomic new to me, easily worth passing along: Dracula, a furry adaptation of the classic.

In light of the curious nervousness from some progressive quarters, following the recent California Supreme Court decision, dakhun made some excellent points over here.

Anyone who's been watching the recent seasons of Doctor Who will know Stephen Moffat's name - the writer responsible for some of the most (deservedly!) acclaimed episodes, including The Doctor Dances, The Girl in the Fireplace, and Blink, has been appointed as lead writer for the show, taking over from RTD in 2009. "My entire career has been a Secret Plan to get this job. I applied before but I got knocked back 'cos the BBC wanted someone else. Also I was seven."

Oh, gods.. that was the best pizza I've had in ages. Marks & Spencer mushroom & maple bacon, gently defrosted first (it recommended[1] it was best cooked from chilled, rather than frozen), and a few shiitake sliced on, some garlic powder, herbes de provence, three quartered artichoke hearts, two oak smoked slices of bacon, and a few thinly cut segments of sundried tomato, into the microwave on convection oven mode for fourteen mins at 170C, then another four at 200C. It could've done with slightly longer, or a minute or so of 900W microwave power, but that just meant it wasn't as hot as it might be - the base and toppings were all perfect, with the base as tasty as you could want, and the toppings all in harmony.. well, there went the intention to have half today and half tomorrow. ^_^;

[1] Not in the Restaurant at the End of the Universe sense.

And at long last, I've finally been able to contribute to rabbiteering. ^_^ The coworker brought along his Minolta A200s, so I'm now able to bring one along on my lunchtime amblings along the nearby pathway, in an attempt to capture a little of the life of this warren. Most of the (many =:) pics were simply pleasant to look at, but this one stood out as worth sharing. ^_^

 
 
 
 
 
 
Girl In The Fireplace = fav ep.
Definitely a favorite. As flawed as it was (I wasn't really convinced by the romance, but still poignant), the sheer style carried it magnificently.

If I had my DVD-Rs with me, I'd watch The Doctor Dances again. Seems like it'd be quite fitting for the occasion. ^_^ And following the gap caused by Eurovision (yay!) comes his contribution to this season, too..
When I started watching the show, that was the first one I saw. I was hooked, and recently I picked up the soundtrack because of that one.
I've watched it at least two dozen times, and I still can't get through watching it without breaking down and sobbing at the end...