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FishFood
2014-09-20 19:26:13 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.

Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.

Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.

For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.

11/10
Rob
2014-09-20 19:48:35 UTC
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Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
It was actually the first good episode of the current season. Not too
much soap and some excellent use of time travel and memories as plot
devices.

Next week's episode looks positively terrible, though...

Ta,
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Your Name
2014-09-20 21:39:15 UTC
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Post by FishFood
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
It was actually the first good episode of the current season. Not too
much soap and some excellent use of time travel and memories as plot
devices.
Yeah, but did carboad man actually manage to *ACT* for a change. :-\
Rob
2014-09-20 22:17:11 UTC
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It was actually the first good episode of the current season. Not too
much soap and some excellent use of time travel and memories as plot
devices.
Yeah, but did carboad man actually manage to *ACT* for a change. :-\
I thought he did act fairly well. It's Jenna Coleman who irritates me!

There needs to be a throwaway Malcolm Tucker line somewhere in this
season, though :-)
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in order to prove that you care, or, indeed, why it should be necessary
to prove it at all." - Avon, Blake's 7
Peter J Ross
2014-09-20 22:29:03 UTC
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There needs to be a throwaway Malcolm Tucker line somewhere in this
season, though :-)
A knock at the door.

The Doctor: "Please, either come in or go away."
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Your Name
2014-09-20 22:33:15 UTC
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It was actually the first good episode of the current season. Not too
much soap and some excellent use of time travel and memories as plot
devices.
Yeah, but did carboad man actually manage to *ACT* for a change. :-\
I thought he did act fairly well. It's Jenna Coleman who irritates me!
There needs to be a throwaway Malcolm Tucker line somewhere in this
season, though :-)
It would be much better if there was a throw away Malcolm Tucker
"actor" in this season (so far - "Listen" is on tonight here). :-(
The Doctor
2014-09-20 19:52:44 UTC
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Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
Generous!

Send that to imdb.com !!
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Peter J Ross
2014-09-20 21:55:21 UTC
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Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.

I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.

I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
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... τὸ διδάξασθαι δέ τοι
εἰδότι ῥᾴτερον· ἄγνωμον δὲ τὸ μὴ προμαθεῖν·
κουφότεραι γὰρ ἀπειράτων φρένες. (Pindar)
The Doctor
2014-09-20 22:38:57 UTC
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Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
Maybe the writer of the above post is really JOnathan Powell.
Post by Peter J Ross
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FishFood
2014-09-21 01:43:57 UTC
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Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
The Doctor
2014-09-21 02:10:29 UTC
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Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
Peter is really becoming a loon these days.
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Peter J Ross
2014-09-22 16:47:50 UTC
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In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:10:29 +0000 (UTC), The Doctor
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Peter is really becoming a loon these days.
You owe me a new irony meter.
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The Doctor
2014-09-22 19:00:27 UTC
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In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:10:29 +0000 (UTC), The Doctor
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Peter is really becoming a loon these days.
You owe me a new irony meter.
Look who is talking.
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Peter J Ross
2014-09-22 16:47:20 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
I'll have missed about 35 very similar minutes, judging by your review.

You didn't say: "In the eleventh minute the Doctor wakes up from his
tedious dream, a new cast, designer, composer, director and special
effects team are appointed, and a proper story starts."
Post by FishFood
The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
twist.
The problem wasn't plot holes. The problem was sets, actors, music,
effects, costumes, and the worst directing I can remember in New Who.
Post by FishFood
As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
I may decide to watch my DVDs of /The Thick of It/ again instead of
the rest of the worst series of New Who so far.
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Peter J Ross
2014-09-28 20:21:03 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.

"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.

How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
through at one sitting?
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εἰδότι ῥᾴτερον· ἄγνωμον δὲ τὸ μὴ προμαθεῖν·
κουφότεραι γὰρ ἀπειράτων φρένες. (Pindar)
The Doctor
2014-09-28 20:22:17 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
of those ten wasted minutes.
I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
through at one sitting?
Yes.
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2014-10-02 05:28:46 UTC
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Before the solar storm degraded the bsnk's defenses, how was it that two members of the Doctor's team could teleport from the bank to the escape ship? Shouldn't the bank's security systems suppress teleports?
¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester
2014-10-02 12:47:23 UTC
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¡Before the solar storm degraded the bsnk's defenses, how was it that two members of the Doctor's team could teleport from the bank to the escape ship? Shouldn't the bank's security systems suppress teleports?

Could depend on what kind, in all fairness. Still flimsy.
¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester
2014-10-02 12:45:55 UTC
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On 28 Sep 2014 20:21:03 GMT, in rec.arts.drwho Peter J Ross <***@homeridae.org> wrote:

¡In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:43:57 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡
¡> On 20/09/2014 22:55, Peter J Ross wrote:
¡>> In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 20 Sep 2014 20:26:13 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡>>
¡>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡>>>
¡>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡>>> it was all there.
¡>>>
¡>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡>>> it up.
¡>>>
¡>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡>>>
¡>>> 11/10
¡>>
¡>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡>>
¡>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡>>
¡>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡>>
¡>
¡> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡
¡My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡
¡"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡
¡How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡through at one sitting?

Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
The Doctor
2014-10-02 20:34:25 UTC
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¡
¡>>
¡>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡>>>
¡>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡>>> it was all there.
¡>>>
¡>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡>>> it up.
¡>>>
¡>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡>>>
¡>>> 11/10
¡>>
¡>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡>>
¡>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡>>
¡>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡>>
¡>
¡> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡
¡My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡
¡"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡
¡How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡through at one sitting?
Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
What about Mandragora?
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¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester
2014-10-30 06:02:13 UTC
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¡In article <***@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net>,
¡¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@SeAL.NAVY.buggeredbyNSA-NSC.int.nwo.gov> wrote:
¡>On 28 Sep 2014 20:21:03 GMT, in rec.arts.drwho Peter J Ross <***@homeridae.org> wrote:
¡>
¡>¡In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:43:57 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡>¡
¡>¡> On 20/09/2014 22:55, Peter J Ross wrote:
¡>¡>> In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 20 Sep 2014 20:26:13 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡>¡>>
¡>¡>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡>¡>>>
¡>¡>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡>¡>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡>¡>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡>¡>>> it was all there.
¡>¡>>>
¡>¡>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡>¡>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡>¡>>> it up.
¡>¡>>>
¡>¡>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡>¡>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡>¡>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡>¡>>>
¡>¡>>> 11/10
¡>¡>>
¡>¡>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡>¡>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡>¡>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡>¡>>
¡>¡>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡>¡>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡>¡>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡>¡>>
¡>¡>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡>¡>>
¡>¡>
¡>¡> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡>¡> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡>¡> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡>¡> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡>¡> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡>¡
¡>¡My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡>¡which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡>¡
¡>¡"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡>¡
¡>¡How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡>¡through at one sitting?
¡>
¡>Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
¡>Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
¡>Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
¡>Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
¡>Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
¡>
¡>
¡
¡What about Mandragora?

Florence, technically, you'd think he'd reshow just after the 8th doc left earth (2000).
What of it? It was pretty solid.
The Doctor
2014-10-30 12:26:43 UTC
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?>
?>?
?>?>>
?>?>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
?>?>>>
?>?>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
?>?>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
?>?>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
?>?>>> it was all there.
?>?>>>
?>?>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
?>?>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
?>?>>> it up.
?>?>>>
?>?>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
?>?>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
?>?>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
?>?>>>
?>?>>> 11/10
?>?>>
?>?>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
?>?>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
?>?>> of those ten wasted minutes.
?>?>>
?>?>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
?>?>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
?>?>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
?>?>>
?>?>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
?>?>>
?>?>
?>?> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
?>?> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
?>?> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
?>?> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
?>?> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
?>?
?>?My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
?>?which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
?>?
?>?"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
?>?
?>?How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
?>?through at one sitting?
?>
?>Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
?>Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
?>Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
?>Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
?>Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
?>
?>
?
?What about Mandragora?
Florence, technically, you'd think he'd reshow just after the 8th doc left earth (2000).
What of it? It was pretty solid.
As in its relevance.
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2014-11-06 03:25:56 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:26:43 +0000 (UTC), in rec.arts.drwho The Doctor <***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> wrote:

¡On 2014-10-30, ?G?l?k Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@slave.stopnwo.gubnah.state.us.wa.gov> wrote:
¡> On Thu, 2 Oct 2014 20:34:25 +0000 (UTC), in rec.arts.drwho ***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote:
¡>
¡> ?In article <***@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net>,
¡> ??G?l?k Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@SeAL.NAVY.buggeredbyNSA-NSC.int.nwo.gov> wrote:
¡> ?>On 28 Sep 2014 20:21:03 GMT, in rec.arts.drwho Peter J Ross <***@homeridae.org> wrote:
¡> ?>
¡> ?>?In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:43:57 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?> On 20/09/2014 22:55, Peter J Ross wrote:
¡> ?>?>> In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 20 Sep 2014 20:26:13 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡> ?>?>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡> ?>?>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡> ?>?>>> it was all there.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡> ?>?>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡> ?>?>>> it up.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡> ?>?>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡> ?>?>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> 11/10
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡> ?>?>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡> ?>?>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡> ?>?>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡> ?>?>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>
¡> ?>?> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡> ?>?> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡> ?>?> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡> ?>?> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡> ?>?> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡> ?>?which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡> ?>?through at one sitting?
¡> ?>
¡> ?>Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
¡> ?>Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
¡> ?>Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
¡> ?>Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
¡> ?>Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
¡> ?>
¡> ?>
¡> ?
¡> ?What about Mandragora?
¡>
¡> Florence, technically, you'd think he'd reshow just after the 8th doc left earth (2000).
¡> What of it? It was pretty solid.
¡>
¡>
¡
¡
¡As in its relevance.

As in Secret Society?
The Doctor
2014-11-06 13:03:50 UTC
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¡>
¡> ?>
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡> ?>?>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡> ?>?>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡> ?>?>>> it was all there.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡> ?>?>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡> ?>?>>> it up.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡> ?>?>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡> ?>?>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡> ?>?>>>
¡> ?>?>>> 11/10
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡> ?>?>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡> ?>?>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡> ?>?>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡> ?>?>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡> ?>?>>
¡> ?>?>
¡> ?>?> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡> ?>?> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡> ?>?> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡> ?>?> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡> ?>?> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡> ?>?which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡> ?>?
¡> ?>?How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡> ?>?through at one sitting?
¡> ?>
¡> ?>Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
¡> ?>Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
¡> ?>Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
¡> ?>Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
¡> ?>Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
¡> ?>
¡> ?>
¡> ?
¡> ?What about Mandragora?
¡>
¡> Florence, technically, you'd think he'd reshow just after the 8th doc left earth (2000).
¡> What of it? It was pretty solid.
¡>
¡>
¡
¡
¡As in its relevance.
As in Secret Society?
As spawned by the Roman Catholic Church.
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2014-11-13 03:28:51 UTC
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On Thu, 6 Nov 2014 13:03:50 +0000 (UTC), in rec.arts.drwho ***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote:

¡In article <***@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net>,
¡¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@SeAL.NAVY.buggeredbyNSA-NSC.int.nwo.gov> wrote:
¡>On Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:26:43 +0000 (UTC), in rec.arts.drwho The Doctor <***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> wrote:
¡>
¡>¡On 2014-10-30, ?G?l?k Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@slave.stopnwo.gubnah.state.us.wa.gov> wrote:
¡>¡> On Thu, 2 Oct 2014 20:34:25 +0000 (UTC), in rec.arts.drwho ***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote:
¡>¡>
¡>¡> ?In article <***@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net>,
¡>¡> ??G?l?k Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@SeAL.NAVY.buggeredbyNSA-NSC.int.nwo.gov> wrote:
¡>¡> ?>On 28 Sep 2014 20:21:03 GMT, in rec.arts.drwho Peter J Ross <***@homeridae.org> wrote:
¡>¡> ?>
¡>¡> ?>?In rec.arts.drwho on Sun, 21 Sep 2014 02:43:57 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡>¡> ?>?
¡>¡> ?>?> On 20/09/2014 22:55, Peter J Ross wrote:
¡>¡> ?>?>> In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 20 Sep 2014 20:26:13 +0100, FishFood wrote:
¡>¡> ?>?>>
¡>¡> ?>?>>> That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡>¡> ?>?>>>
¡>¡> ?>?>>> Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡>¡> ?>?>>> of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡>¡> ?>?>>> Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡>¡> ?>?>>> it was all there.
¡>¡> ?>?>>>
¡>¡> ?>?>>> Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡>¡> ?>?>>> end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡>¡> ?>?>>> it up.
¡>¡> ?>?>>>
¡>¡> ?>?>>> For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡>¡> ?>?>>> impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡>¡> ?>?>>> great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡>¡> ?>?>>>
¡>¡> ?>?>>> 11/10
¡>¡> ?>?>>
¡>¡> ?>?>> As I was reaching for the remote control after ten minutes, I heard
¡>¡> ?>?>> somebody saying "It's wiping his mind." I wish my mind could be wiped
¡>¡> ?>?>> of those ten wasted minutes.
¡>¡> ?>?>>
¡>¡> ?>?>> I think the first appearance of a man dressed as a turd with eyestalks
¡>¡> ?>?>> may be looked back on like the first appearance of the Myrka: the
¡>¡> ?>?>> point at which Doctor Who's cancellation became inevitable.
¡>¡> ?>?>>
¡>¡> ?>?>> I certainly hope so. Enough is enough. Put DW out of its misery now.
¡>¡> ?>?>>
¡>¡> ?>?>
¡>¡> ?>?> If you only watched 10 minutes they you will have missed a lot.
¡>¡> ?>?> The apparent holes in the first 10 minutes were explained in the
¡>¡> ?>?> last 10 minutes and it all made for interesting and very thoughtful
¡>¡> ?>?> twist. As for the long term story arch i have a feeling this may
¡>¡> ?>?> hinge on the doc's recovering memory.
¡>¡> ?>?
¡>¡> ?>?My second attempt to watch the episode lasted 37 minutes, during
¡>¡> ?>?which time I shouted obscenities at the screen a lot.
¡>¡> ?>?
¡>¡> ?>?"Time Heist" makes "Timelash" and "Time and the Rani" look watchable.
¡>¡> ?>?
¡>¡> ?>?How could anybody with a three-digit IQ watch such garbage all the way
¡>¡> ?>?through at one sitting?
¡>¡> ?>
¡>¡> ?>Time and the Rani had rewrite troubles too, because they pissed off a wrongfully dismissed actor.
¡>¡> ?>Not to excuse the abuse of incidental muzak, bad ones too, like #5's Sea Deamon episode.
¡>¡> ?>Timelash, meddled with the Zygon Lochness explaination, guessing another directive to promote british history.
¡>¡> ?>Not sure what this was, maybe a call back to anti-masonry of the 7th in attempt to cuddle up to the classical sorts.
¡>¡> ?>Didn't work...shocked not to see Ragnarock,
¡>¡> ?>
¡>¡> ?>
¡>¡> ?
¡>¡> ?What about Mandragora?
¡>¡>
¡>¡> Florence, technically, you'd think he'd reshow just after the 8th doc left earth (2000).
¡>¡> What of it? It was pretty solid.
¡>¡>
¡>¡>
¡>¡
¡>¡
¡>¡As in its relevance.
¡>
¡>As in Secret Society?
¡>
¡>
¡

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2014-09-25 02:43:54 UTC
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¡That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
¡
¡Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
¡of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
¡Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
¡it was all there.
¡
¡Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
¡end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
¡it up.
¡
¡For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
¡impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
¡great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
¡
¡11/10

Such a primitive mind. Your wowed by a cyclical paradox that would leave all entities in a complete replay.
"Not Impossible but forbidden." only two brigadeers in Mawdwin Undead, and they needed to go zap to end, and the memory of it.
Also could not be orchestrated by the time traveler. Biggest idiot made him the Architect.
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2014-09-25 05:07:48 UTC
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ĄThat was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Ą
ĄFull of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
Ąof time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
ĄEscapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
Ąit was all there.
Ą
ĄGreat to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
Ąend held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
Ąit up.
Ą
ĄFor once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
Ąimpressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
Ągreat designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Ą
Ą11/10
Such a primitive mind. Your wowed by a cyclical paradox that would leave all entities in a complete replay.
"Not Impossible but forbidden." only two brigadeers in Mawdwin Undead, and they needed to go zap to end, and the memory of it.
Also could not be orchestrated by the time traveler. Biggest idiot made him the Architect.
Why didn't the bank's security systems block the use of teleports by two of the Doctor's crew?

Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?

Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor to rescue the bank customers?
¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester
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¡lackjester wrote:
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Why don't they have decent writers?
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2014-10-02 20:33:24 UTC
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We are stuck with that awarded lot.
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¡d they needed to go zap to end, and the memory of it.
¡>=20
¡> Also could not be orchestrated by the time traveler. Biggest idiot made =
¡him the Architect.
¡
¡Why didn't the bank's security systems block the use of teleports by two of=
¡ the Doctor's crew?
¡
¡Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
¡
¡Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor t=
¡o rescue the bank customers?
Why don't they have decent writers?
We are stuck with that awarded lot.
In what is basically a children's show and Sci Fi at that you are never
going to cover all the possibilities. I enjoyed this episode for what
it was ... a jolly good romp. Of course there were holes in it. If the
Doctor could get those suitcases into the bank so easily why did the
team have to start at the front door.

The twists and turns were at least superficially consistent and that is
probably the most we can hope for. It wasn't a Shakespeare play ... it
was a popular episode of a Sci Fi show that is aired on a Saturday night
and so must have maximal appeal for the audience it caters to.

And for what it is I like it. I think a lot of thought goes into the
screenplays. And I think that is the first time the doctor has ever
robbed a bank so there is a certain originality to the show.

I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
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On Wed, 24 Sep 2014 22:07:48 -0700 (PDT), in rec.arts.drwho TB
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¡
¡Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
¡
¡Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor t=
¡o rescue the bank customers?
Why don't they have decent writers?
We are stuck with that awarded lot.
In what is basically a children's show and Sci Fi at that you are never
going to cover all the possibilities. I enjoyed this episode for what
it was ... a jolly good romp. Of course there were holes in it. If the
Doctor could get those suitcases into the bank so easily why did the
team have to start at the front door.
The twists and turns were at least superficially consistent and that is
probably the most we can hope for. It wasn't a Shakespeare play ... it
was a popular episode of a Sci Fi show that is aired on a Saturday night
and so must have maximal appeal for the audience it caters to.
And for what it is I like it. I think a lot of thought goes into the
screenplays. And I think that is the first time the doctor has ever
robbed a bank so there is a certain originality to the show.
Twists and turns are what this is all about.
Post by Bill Jillians
I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
Touche about the insult.
Post by Bill Jillians
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2014-10-06 11:43:30 UTC
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On Wed, 24 Sep 2014 22:07:48 -0700 (PDT), in rec.arts.drwho TB
¡On Wednesday, September 24, 2014 7:43:54 PM UTC-7, =C3=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDG=C3=
¡=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDl=C3=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDk Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theb=
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¡d they needed to go zap to end, and the memory of it.
¡>=20
¡> Also could not be orchestrated by the time traveler. Biggest idiot made =
¡him the Architect.
¡
¡Why didn't the bank's security systems block the use of teleports
two of=
¡ the Doctor's crew?
¡
¡Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
¡
¡Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor t=
¡o rescue the bank customers?
Why don't they have decent writers?
We are stuck with that awarded lot.
In what is basically a children's show and Sci Fi at that you are never
going to cover all the possibilities. I enjoyed this episode for what
it was ... a jolly good romp. Of course there were holes in it. If the
Doctor could get those suitcases into the bank so easily why did the
team have to start at the front door.
The twists and turns were at least superficially consistent and that is
probably the most we can hope for. It wasn't a Shakespeare play ... it
was a popular episode of a Sci Fi show that is aired on a Saturday night
and so must have maximal appeal for the audience it caters to.
And for what it is I like it. I think a lot of thought goes into the
screenplays. And I think that is the first time the doctor has ever
robbed a bank so there is a certain originality to the show.
Twists and turns are what this is all about.
Post by Bill Jillians
I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
Touche about the insult.
You don't like The Simpsons then Dave ?
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On Wed, 24 Sep 2014 22:07:48 -0700 (PDT), in rec.arts.drwho TB
¡On Wednesday, September 24, 2014 7:43:54 PM UTC-7, =C3=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDG=C3=
¡=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDl=C3=AF=C2=BF=C2=BDk Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theb=
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¡d they needed to go zap to end, and the memory of it.
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¡him the Architect.
¡
¡Why didn't the bank's security systems block the use of teleports
two of=
¡ the Doctor's crew?
¡
¡Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
¡
¡Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor t=
¡o rescue the bank customers?
Why don't they have decent writers?
We are stuck with that awarded lot.
In what is basically a children's show and Sci Fi at that you are never
going to cover all the possibilities. I enjoyed this episode for what
it was ... a jolly good romp. Of course there were holes in it. If the
Doctor could get those suitcases into the bank so easily why did the
team have to start at the front door.
The twists and turns were at least superficially consistent and that is
probably the most we can hope for. It wasn't a Shakespeare play ... it
was a popular episode of a Sci Fi show that is aired on a Saturday night
and so must have maximal appeal for the audience it caters to.
And for what it is I like it. I think a lot of thought goes into the
screenplays. And I think that is the first time the doctor has ever
robbed a bank so there is a certain originality to the show.
Twists and turns are what this is all about.
Post by Bill Jillians
I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
Touche about the insult.
You don't like The Simpsons then Dave ?
10/10 ; I call that show The Snivels.
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I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
Touche about the insult.
You don't like The Simpsons then Dave ?
Like most American shows, The Simpsons has been dragged on way past
it's use by date. It's not helped by the fact it's on a near continuous
loop of reruns here in New Zealand.
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2014-10-06 20:15:50 UTC
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I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
Touche about the insult.
You don't like The Simpsons then Dave ?
Like most American shows, The Simpsons has been dragged on way past
it's use by date. It's not helped by the fact it's on a near continuous
loop of reruns here in New Zealand.
It was only good for 10 or less episodes to start with.
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¡In article <***@btinternet.com>,
¡Bill Jillians <***@btinternet.com> wrote:
¡>In message <m0kcqk$fjg$***@gallifrey.nk.ca>, The Doctor
¡><***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> writes
¡>>In article <***@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net>,
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¡>>>
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No spirals in two direction that should not every meet.

¡>
¡>I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
¡>shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
¡>scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
¡
¡Touche about the insult.

Unlike Gun Smoke. Less episodes a year and huge time breaks. It wasn't 50 seasons.
Broad and morbid curiosity to some degree. I will rewatch the classics, not these.
The tardis is designed to cheeply now on the outside and inside not even those big doors, the merged the actual time space event with the interior.

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¡In message <m0kcqk$fjg$***@gallifrey.nk.ca>, The Doctor
¡<***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> writes
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¡>¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester
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¡>>¡.com> wrote:
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¡>>¡
¡>>¡Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
¡>>¡
¡>>¡Why didn't the future version of the bank President commission the Doctor t=
¡>>¡o rescue the bank customers?
¡>>
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¡>>
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¡>
¡>We are stuck with that awarded lot.
¡
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¡going to cover all the possibilities. I enjoyed this episode for what
¡it was ... a jolly good romp. Of course there were holes in it. If the
¡Doctor could get those suitcases into the bank so easily why did the
¡team have to start at the front door.
¡
¡The twists and turns were at least superficially consistent and that is
¡probably the most we can hope for. It wasn't a Shakespeare play ... it
¡was a popular episode of a Sci Fi show that is aired on a Saturday night
¡and so must have maximal appeal for the audience it caters to.
¡
¡And for what it is I like it. I think a lot of thought goes into the
¡screenplays. And I think that is the first time the doctor has ever
¡robbed a bank so there is a certain originality to the show.
¡
¡I think to some degree Dr Who has a similar appeal as the Simpsons. The
¡shows are different every week, have a very broad appeal and very strong
¡scripts and a longevity that breaks records.
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Kids? Unless you were an oddity like me, temporal theory would baffle a kid, even an adult in many cases.
The writing may be more baby like since it came back.
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¡¡Gölök Z.L.F Buday AKA The Black Jester #theblackjester <***@SeAL.NAVY.buggeredbyNSA-NSC.int.nwo.gov> wrote:
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S08E05. S08E5. S8E5.

Why (before the solar flare disabled them) didn't the bank's security systems block the use of teleports by two of the Doctor's crew? Why didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
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2019-04-13 03:06:52 UTC
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S08E05. S08E5. S8E5.
Why (before the solar flare disabled them) didn't the bank's security
systems block the use of teleports by two of the Doctor's crew? Why
didn't the solar storm disable the getaway ship?
Look at the episode in question.
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar flares large enough to destroy the bank?
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
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2019-04-13 01:17:03 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
Check for flares.
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system anticipate solar
flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
Check for flares.
Why then was the bank caught off guard?
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system
anticipate solar
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flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
Check for flares.
Why then was the bank caught off guard?
Lazy you know whats!
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system
anticipate solar
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flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
Check for flares.
Why then was the bank caught off guard?
Lazy you know whats!
Did the bank president demand her money back from the astronomers?
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On Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 12:26:13 PM UTC-7,
Post by FishFood
That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
Why didn't the astronomers in the bank's solar system
anticipate solar
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flares large enough to destroy the bank?
Because the only thing they were anticipating was their next bonuses.
Were they working for the bank?
Yes.
Why would a bank hire astronomers?
Check for flares.
Why then was the bank caught off guard?
Lazy you know whats!
Did the bank president demand her money back from the astronomers?
we do not know.
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
After the Doctor rescued those two Tellers, did he remember to tell the former bank President that his rescue emission had succeeded?
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2016-09-30 03:49:56 UTC
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That was so thoroughly enjoyable.
Full of twists and turns and at its heart a thoughtful weaving
of time. Here Memory was used as another kind of time travel.
Escapades which really was about time and space, other worlds
it was all there.
Great to see an episode of this quality. And the payoff at the
end held a point about humanity. Really great stuff people keep
it up.
For once the score was understated, appropriate. The CGi was
impressive, but was centered on telling the story. Great sets
great designs for DW. A really great use of 40 minutes.
11/10
After the Doctor rescued those two Tellers, did he remember to tell the
former bank President that his rescue emission had succeeded?
I do not recall.
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
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Guess..
Why didn't the bank's defenses block the teleporters?
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
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You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
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Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
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You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
I've absolutely no idea what it means. I assume it means something to Yads though, if no one else...
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
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Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
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Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious of Wilson being off his meds!!
Sorry. There was a mix up. I took yours by mistake.
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Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious of Wilson being off his meds!!
Sorry. There was a mix up. I took yours by mistake.
Your really are overdosing SW!
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
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Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
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Fixed.
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
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You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!

You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
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A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!
You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
You psychotic medicine SW!
You think I'm psychotic medicine?
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A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!
You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
You psychotic medicine SW!
You think I'm psychotic medicine?
You definitely are!
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A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!
You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
You psychotic medicine SW!
You think I'm psychotic medicine?
You definitely are!
So which one am I?
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A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!
You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
You psychotic medicine SW!
You think I'm psychotic medicine?
You definitely are!
So which one am I?
Like a Mandrel from Nightmare of Eden.
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You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Oh!! No!! Now you're doing it, Stephen!! Posting gibberish!! ;-(
A serious CASE of Wilson being off his meds!!
What the HELL is that supposed to mean, idiot??
Fixed.
Would have been better if you, idiot, had 'Fixed' it *BEFORE* posting
it, idiot!!
You think? Which meds am I supposed to be off?
You psychotic medicine SW!
... and you, idiot, would know all about "psychotic medicine", wouldn't
you, idiot??

Or should that question be "Your mother would know all about "psychotic
medicine", wouldn't she", idiot??
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
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Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.

Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
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2019-10-04 14:31:36 UTC
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
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2019-10-05 11:03:22 UTC
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
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2019-10-05 11:15:15 UTC
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
LOL!!
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2019-10-05 14:20:04 UTC
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
LOL!!
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2019-10-05 14:19:24 UTC
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
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As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!

See!! It's still showing up above!
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
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2019-10-06 11:41:21 UTC
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
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Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
First you would need to try this again in some other language other than
gibberish.

Secondly you can't afford to leave home never mind buying companies.
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
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2019-10-06 22:22:28 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.

Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
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2019-10-07 01:04:27 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
So $110,000 Canadian?
The Doctor
2019-10-07 03:00:08 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
So $110,000 Canadian?
Are you nuts?
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
So $110,000 Canadian?
Are you nuts?
Doesn't G = Grand = 1,000?
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2019-10-07 14:09:54 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
So $110,000 Canadian?
Are you nuts?
Doesn't G = Grand = 1,000?
G for gigiabytes! You are nut TBr!
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2019-10-07 14:14:23 UTC
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What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
So $110,000 Canadian?
Are you nuts?
Doesn't G = Grand = 1,000?
G for gigiabytes! You are nut TBr!
Which nut is he?

So you're saying that you have to with Canada 1st with 10 gigabytes for the last mile.

Go for it.
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2019-10-08 08:41:29 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
Are you, idiot, suggesting that *your* ISP business can supply info to
your customers at anything like 100GB/sec?? Or even 10GB/sec??
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2019-10-08 09:23:57 UTC
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Oh! 10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
Are you, idiot, suggesting that *your* ISP business can supply info to
your customers at anything like 100GB/sec?? Or even 10GB/sec??

He thinks that cables are "gigiabytes". He doesn't realise they carry data at certain speeds. And he still thinks dial up is the way forward.
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2019-10-08 12:33:54 UTC
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Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
Careful, I might purchase all of Australi's Intnet cables1
Would anyone care if you purchased Australi's Intnet cables1?
Australia would when all their internet connection was owned by one
private person.
I might do the same thing for the UK!
What would you do with your new power?
I still have to with Canada 1st.
Oh!  10G for the last mile
and 100G connection for the backbone.
Are you, idiot, suggesting that *your* ISP business can supply info to
your customers at anything like 100GB/sec?? Or even 10GB/sec??
Ever been to his website? Ever clicked on a working (if you can find
one) client link?

I think his speed claims are very imaginary, very imaginary indeed.
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Oh!! Hang on, now, Stephen, don't you know that the idiot runs a
thriving ISP business?? ;-P
A "thriving" ISP where 71% of his clients links are broken. Some
business model.

Maybe less time playing EmpireKred and more time on business would be in
order.
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Due to sympathy.
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Due to sympathy.
What do you call it when mummy and daddy buy you a "job" binky?
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Due to sympathy.
What do you call it when mummy and daddy buy you a "job" binky?
"Charity!!"
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Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Just as soon as you tell me how I can get hold of Borin.
Please apply to be the queen's Court jester; you have the qualities.
SW, 10 Downing Street awaits your application.
No, idiot, that's where *Boris Johnson* (currently) lives. Stephen
wanted an address for *Borin Johnson* , the guy *YOU* told him to contact!!
As I was saying to SW and his application to 10 Downing Street.
Yes, you, idiot, were saying that was where *Borin Johnson* lived!!
See!! It's still showing up above!
Doesn't matter either way. Unlike the idiot, I've actually got a job.
Due to sympathy.
What do you call it when mummy and daddy buy you a "job" binky?
"Charity!!"
Ding ding ding...we have a winner!
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Who is "Borin Johnson"?
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Before the solar flare shut down the bank's defenses, how were two of
the Doctor's accomplices able to teleport out of the bank?
Guess..
You 2 would not comply for The Bleeding Obvious.
Please apply to be Borin Johnson's spin doctor; you have the qualities.
Who is "Borin Johnson"?
s/Borin/Boris/g

OR should it be Boring Johnson?
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