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Doctor Who The Woman Who Fell to Earth review with spoilers
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The Doctor
2018-10-07 20:01:07 UTC
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!

Plot:

Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.

So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.

Ryan encounters tree and and alien life form.

2 women fighting about a scratch and police have to be called in? Pathetic.
And Policewoman complains about her job!

Yasmin Khan and Ryan Sinclair meets since Primary? Come one!

Mixed marriage , Ryan's stepdad and Grace
new yawn and the alien that hit Sheffield and the thing that fell to Earth.

The leaked madame seen. Scotsman?

You violated the Gallifrey / alien bit. Especially when you are an alien!

Last train .

Look for a doctor / yourself?!

Doctor / good friend. The result of overacting!

Doctor missing TARDIS and definitely not himself in a big way!

Exciting then worrying . Writing pathetic!

Alien objective moved. Why?

Doctor as Whittaker makes Colin Baker like like a genius in the fainting scene.

Fails at the Tennant in bed recovering scene.

Doctor still healing? Chibnall you really fail!

Doctor discovers DNA bomb and trying to resolve? Terrible!

Alien now hatched and a human is killed.
Doctor chases alien and explosions and Graham is last to follow line.
Get a new line!
Ryan describes incident. Oh my!

I forgot who I am overdone! I should be able to build something.

Ryan faults himself and Jas and Ryan believes this woman thing is an alien.
Nothing creative.
Doctor Who is dying with Chibnall in charge when the Doctor looks clueless.
And that sonic device looks like an X-rated prop.

Video recording and the thief is recording.
Hate the description of the Sonic Screwdrive. Bad start!
Alien war with Sheffield as a batlleground. Whatever!
So get them out of Earth range. Sontarans and Rutons come to mind.
Weaponised biotech. All right one for Chibnall.

Finally see a toothy alien? Yawn!

Alien so cold you can kill a human.

Alien hunt still on.

Construction site new battle scene.

I got a plan when I get there. Please! Enough of the old hat!

The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!

Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.

The Doctor thing has the alien recall circuit. Bargain chip time.

Speech making? Poor scripting. Nannystating!!

Clever Doctor plants everything backs. Ryan's nan Grace
dies killing a weaponised creatures.

Ryan back on the bike.

Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.

Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!

Doctor lost his family a long time ago.
Chibnall you really have no vision for anything!

Women's clothe line and costume no!! Earrings TARDIS MIA ...

And 4 of them at the end are beamed into outer space missing the TARDIS
target. The TARDIS does not want a faux Doctor.


Chibnall fail!

Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...

Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.

Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
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The Other Doctor
2018-10-07 20:32:11 UTC
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan encounters tree and and alien life form.
2 women fighting about a scratch and police have to be called in? Pathetic.
And Policewoman complains about her job!
Yasmin Khan and Ryan Sinclair meets since Primary? Come one!
Mixed marriage , Ryan's stepdad and Grace
new yawn and the alien that hit Sheffield and the thing that fell to Earth.
The leaked madame seen. Scotsman?
You violated the Gallifrey / alien bit. Especially when you are an alien!
Last train .
Look for a doctor / yourself?!
Doctor / good friend. The result of overacting!
Doctor missing TARDIS and definitely not himself in a big way!
Exciting then worrying . Writing pathetic!
Alien objective moved. Why?
Doctor as Whittaker makes Colin Baker like like a genius in the fainting scene.
Fails at the Tennant in bed recovering scene.
Doctor still healing? Chibnall you really fail!
Doctor discovers DNA bomb and trying to resolve? Terrible!
Alien now hatched and a human is killed.
Doctor chases alien and explosions and Graham is last to follow line.
Get a new line!
Ryan describes incident. Oh my!
I forgot who I am overdone! I should be able to build something.
Ryan faults himself and Jas and Ryan believes this woman thing is an alien.
Nothing creative.
Doctor Who is dying with Chibnall in charge when the Doctor looks clueless.
And that sonic device looks like an X-rated prop.
Video recording and the thief is recording.
Hate the description of the Sonic Screwdrive. Bad start!
Alien war with Sheffield as a batlleground. Whatever!
So get them out of Earth range. Sontarans and Rutons come to mind.
Weaponised biotech. All right one for Chibnall.
Finally see a toothy alien? Yawn!
Alien so cold you can kill a human.
Alien hunt still on.
Construction site new battle scene.
I got a plan when I get there. Please! Enough of the old hat!
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
The Doctor thing has the alien recall circuit. Bargain chip time.
Speech making? Poor scripting. Nannystating!!
Clever Doctor plants everything backs. Ryan's nan Grace
dies killing a weaponised creatures.
Ryan back on the bike.
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Doctor lost his family a long time ago.
Chibnall you really have no vision for anything!
Women's clothe line and costume no!! Earrings TARDIS MIA ...
And 4 of them at the end are beamed into outer space missing the TARDIS
target. The TARDIS does not want a faux Doctor.
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.

You proved me wrong though. I guessed you'd give it 0/10.

Other than you (and presumably Aggy), the general concensus is a thumbs up.
Andy Leighton
2018-10-07 20:53:00 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.

I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
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The Other Doctor
2018-10-07 21:10:01 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Doctor Who is aimed at a family audience. However it's not suitable for
infants. And Yads is about as infantile as they come.
The Doctor
2018-10-08 03:57:28 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Doctor Who is aimed at a family audience. However it's not suitable for
infants. And Yads is about as infantile as they come.
wilson is so insane, the LAw Society would not accept him.
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anim8rfsk
2018-10-07 21:50:08 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-10-07 21:53:13 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong, so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
The True Doctor
2018-10-07 22:04:51 UTC
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Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong, so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Timothy Bruening
2018-10-07 23:09:53 UTC
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Post by Andy Leighton
On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong, so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Or UNIT earlier in episode.
The Doctor
2018-10-08 04:18:58 UTC
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong,
so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
Post by The True Doctor
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Or UNIT earlier in episode.
It does not recall UNIT!
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Timothy Bruening
2018-10-08 14:54:58 UTC
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Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong,
so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
Post by The True Doctor
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Or UNIT earlier in episode.
It does not recall UNIT!
UNIT should have detected the electromagnetic disturbances made by the alien and come to Sheffield on their own.
The Doctor
2018-10-08 15:20:57 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called
review. Pure
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gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the
episode aired.
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He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he
will give
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all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to
move the two
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Post by The True Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever
for her to
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by The True Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong,
so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
Post by The True Doctor
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Or UNIT earlier in episode.
It does not recall UNIT!
UNIT should have detected the electromagnetic disturbances made by the
alien and come to Sheffield on their own.
How?
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The Doctor
2018-10-08 04:11:41 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong,
so needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
She should have called out the fire brigade.
Quotefile!
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The Doctor
2018-10-08 04:11:26 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
She would have anticipated the possibility of something going wrong, so
needed to be at the end of the arm just in case.
If expecting something to go wrong.
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Ninapenda Jibini
2018-10-07 23:04:15 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called
review. Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the
episode aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a
woman. I imagine he will give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he
watches. For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone
with half a brain it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone
else to work the crane - she was going to go the end and catch
the guy jumping across (and in the end jumped across the gap
herself). No-one can work the crane and be at the end of the
arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that
was only necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was
just to move the two ends together and rescue the guy. There was
no need whatsoever for her to even be out there until it broke.
Unless, of course, there was a monster chasing the guy, who would
follow him, perhaps very closely, to the end of the arm, and she
wanted to be able to get between it and its intended victim.

Did you actually *watch* the show?
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anim8rfsk
2018-10-07 23:11:38 UTC
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Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called
review. Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the
episode aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a
woman. I imagine he will give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he
watches. For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone
with half a brain it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone
else to work the crane - she was going to go the end and catch
the guy jumping across (and in the end jumped across the gap
herself). No-one can work the crane and be at the end of the
arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that
was only necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was
just to move the two ends together and rescue the guy. There was
no need whatsoever for her to even be out there until it broke.
Unless, of course, there was a monster chasing the guy, who would
follow him, perhaps very closely, to the end of the arm, and she
wanted to be able to get between it and its intended victim.
Did you actually *watch* the show?
Shut the fuck up asshole
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Post by Andy Leighton
On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called
review. Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the
episode aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a
woman. I imagine he will give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he
watches. For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone
with half a brain it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone
else to work the crane - she was going to go the end and catch
the guy jumping across (and in the end jumped across the gap
herself). No-one can work the crane and be at the end of the
arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that
was only necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was
just to move the two ends together and rescue the guy. There was
no need whatsoever for her to even be out there until it broke.
Unless, of course, there was a monster chasing the guy, who would
follow him, perhaps very closely, to the end of the arm, and she
wanted to be able to get between it and its intended victim.
Did you actually *watch* the show?
And the DNA bomb bits from the weaponised creature.
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2018-10-08 03:06:05 UTC
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
He'd have had to jump a little bit anyway, because the two cranes have
to be at different elevations so the tips can pass each other by.

More like he'd have had to climb down.
The Doctor
2018-10-08 03:59:43 UTC
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Post by Andy Leighton
On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
He'd have had to jump a little bit anyway, because the two cranes have
to be at different elevations so the tips can pass each other by.
More like he'd have had to climb down.
good point.
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2018-10-08 03:58:23 UTC
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
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2018-10-08 05:09:50 UTC
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
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2018-10-08 18:35:32 UTC
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
Obviously ripping off Quatermas and the Pit, but that had a real man riding the
end of the crane.
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On Sun, 7 Oct 2018 21:32:11 +0100,
Post by The Other Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
Her plan wasn't to have him jump, or jump herself though; that was only
necessitated by the thing shorting out. The plan was just to move the two
ends together and rescue the guy. There was no need whatsoever for her to
even be out there until it broke.
Obviously ripping off Quatermas and the Pit, but that had a real man riding the
end of the crane.
Boo indeed.
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2018-10-08 03:57:02 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane -
she was going to go the end and catch the guy jumping across (and
in the end jumped across the gap herself). No-one can work the
crane and be at the end of the arm at the same time.
JUmp to heights at new lows.
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2018-10-08 05:29:29 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>

Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
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2018-10-08 06:06:12 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
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2018-10-08 06:20:45 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.

Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The
character of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)


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| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!! I agree with your comments. I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more. Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
The Doctor
2018-10-08 15:17:34 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!! I agree with your comments. I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more. Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
Contraversial person, YN is!
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2018-10-08 20:12:47 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review.
Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode
aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will
give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue
signalling - lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit
in a mild and non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I
used to point out the token minority member of the cast of American
shows in the 70s and 80s. It's there, it's practically a contractual
obligation, get over it and enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!! I agree with your comments. I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more. Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
The show had already been given a terminal diagnosis when they stupidly
gender-swapped The Master. :-(

The executive producer of James Bond who is in charge of casting is one
of the few people in Hollyweird with a brain when it comes to this
"Politically Corret" / "Equality" crap ...

Barbara Broccoli, who is in charge of casting 007, told the
Guardian: "Bond is male. He's a male character. He was written
as a male and I think he'll probably stay as a male. "And that's
fine. We don't have to turn male characters into women."

Ms Broccoli, 58, said instead of lobbying for a female James
Bond, filmmakers should "create more female characters and make
the story fit those female characters".
The Doctor
2018-10-08 20:16:22 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review.
Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode
aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will
give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue
signalling - lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit
in a mild and non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I
used to point out the token minority member of the cast of American
shows in the 70s and 80s. It's there, it's practically a contractual
obligation, get over it and enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!! I agree with your comments. I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more. Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
The show had already been given a terminal diagnosis when they stupidly
gender-swapped The Master. :-(
The executive producer of James Bond who is in charge of casting is one
of the few people in Hollyweird with a brain when it comes to this
"Politically Corret" / "Equality" crap ...
Barbara Broccoli, who is in charge of casting 007, told the
Guardian: "Bond is male. He's a male character. He was written
as a male and I think he'll probably stay as a male. "And that's
fine. We don't have to turn male characters into women."
Ms Broccoli, 58, said instead of lobbying for a female James
Bond, filmmakers should "create more female characters and make
the story fit those female characters".
Hear!! Hear!!!
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David Johnston
2018-10-09 01:26:40 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review.
Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode
aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will
give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines.  ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue
signalling - lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled,
albeit in a mild and non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the
way I used to point out the token minority member of the cast of
American shows in the 70s and 80s. It's there, it's practically a
contractual obligation, get over it and enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
    ___________
   /           \
  /             \
  |             |
  |    R I P    |
  |             |
  | Doctor  Who |
  | 1964 - 2017 |
  |             |
  |  Killed by  |
  | Politically |
  |   Correct   |
  |  Stupidity  |
  |             |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!!  I agree with your comments.  I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more.  Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
The show had already been given a terminal diagnosis when they stupidly
gender-swapped The Master.  :-(
Wow. You really hate women.
The Doctor
2018-10-09 02:54:53 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review.
Pure gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode
aired. He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will
give all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines.  ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue
signalling - lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled,
albeit in a mild and non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the
way I used to point out the token minority member of the cast of
American shows in the 70s and 80s. It's there, it's practically a
contractual obligation, get over it and enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
    ___________
   /           \
  /             \
  |             |
  |    R I P    |
  |             |
  | Doctor  Who |
  | 1964 - 2017 |
  |             |
  |  Killed by  |
  | Politically |
  |   Correct   |
  |  Stupidity  |
  |             |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!!  I agree with your comments.  I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more.  Your views on Hollywierd are right on.
The show had already been given a terminal diagnosis when they stupidly
gender-swapped The Master.  :-(
Wow. You really hate women.
You are making YN look sane.
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Fred Ellis
2018-10-08 13:06:27 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The character
of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
"""""""""""""""""""
No Name, Hear, Hear!!! I agree with your comments. I have been
following your postings to this group for many years and I couldn't
agree more. Your views on 'Hollywierd' are right on.
Timothy Bruening
2018-10-08 14:58:26 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The
character of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
So Ryan was disabled as part of a corrupt SJW plot to make men look weak?
The Doctor
2018-10-08 15:21:30 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The
character of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
So Ryan was disabled as part of a corrupt SJW plot to make men look weak?
As in cannot stand the fact he cannot ride a bike?
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The Doctor
2018-10-08 14:58:27 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the 'PC' decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I'm pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It's there, it's practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
I didn't watch the crap, and have no intention of ever doing so. My
reply was simply a joke based on the Doctor now (stupidly) being female.
Of course "Ryan" can't do it. He's a male and males now have to be made
to look stupid to further appease the "Equality" nutters. (The
character of The Doctor has been made to look stupid for the last few
regenerations while his female companions have become the intelligent
ones.)
___________
/ \
/ \
| |
| R I P |
| |
| Doctor Who |
| 1964 - 2017 |
| |
| Killed by |
| Politically |
| Correct |
| Stupidity |
| |
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Tombstone is spot on!
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2018-10-08 09:25:59 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
And Graham had cancer!
The Doctor
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
And Graham had cancer!
Remission and looks spineless.! Grace looked gutsy.

Typical Chinball script!
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
And Graham had cancer!
Remission and looks spineless.! Grace looked gutsy.
Right on! The only way to avoid further insulting men, Khan must become a bigger
screamer than Jo Grant.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor
knew
how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue
signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
enjoy the show).
And Graham had cancer!
Remission and looks spineless.! Grace looked gutsy.
Right on! The only way to avoid further insulting men, Khan must become a bigger
screamer than Jo Grant.
The Doctor is just out of it!
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Right on! The only way to avoid further insulting men, Khan must become a bigger
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Khaaaaaaaaann!

Oh, wrong show :-)
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Khaaaaaaaaann!
Oh, wrong show :-)
Janeway would have raised her shields immediately.
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Khaaaaaaaaann!
Oh, wrong show :-)
Janeway would have raised her shields immediately.
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Khaaaaaaaaann!
Oh, wrong show :-)
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
She got Yas to work the crane. Ryan has co-ordination issues, remember.
(And score one for the ‘PC’ decriers and the counters of virtue signalling
- lo and behold, one of the companions is disabled, albeit in a mild and
non-visible way. I’m pointing this out just the way I used to point out the
token minority member of the cast of American shows in the 70s and 80s.
It’s there, it’s practically a contractual obligation, get over it and
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2018-10-08 14:43:57 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
Well said!
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2018-10-08 18:23:25 UTC
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
That was a man working the second crane? Englanders are weird.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Sorry, Yads, but I can't work out a word of your so-called review. Pure
gibberish, through and through.
Well we all knew what the shape of his mumblings before the episode aired.
He just can't cope with the Doctor being a woman. I imagine he will give
all the episodes 0, 1 or maybe 2.
I am also sure he doesn't really understand half of what he watches.
For example the crane bit I have quoted. To anyone with half a brain
it is obvious why the Doctor needed someone else to work the crane
<snip>
Yep, "she" needed a *man* to work the crane because she's just a silly
woman and they can't use big machines. ;-)
That was a man working the second crane? Englanders are weird.
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2018-10-08 13:36:38 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.

Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).

These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
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2018-10-08 14:44:57 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
I did enjoy The Bodygaurd but the ending on that one was weak.
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2018-10-08 16:21:08 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
I am not sure that the BBC will take any notice of the green
ink brigade when they have a series getting good reviews in
the papers and a massive number of viewers.

I also fully expect that the AI (appreciation index) figure for
this story to be over 80. A score over 85 is seen as excellent.
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2018-10-08 19:52:03 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
I am not sure that the BBC will take any notice of the green
ink brigade when they have a series getting good reviews in
the papers and a massive number of viewers.
I also fully expect that the AI (appreciation index) figure for
this story to be over 80. A score over 85 is seen as excellent.
AI Will get no more than 50.
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2018-10-10 11:13:11 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
I did enjoy The Bodygaurd but the ending on that one was weak.
The Bodygaurd was over-hyped garbage, if the ending was anything to go
by, nothing but people being shouted at and interrogated by women placed
in unrealistic positions of power, written as male characters, and no
action whatsoever.

It, like Doctor Who, was part of the BBC's sexist agenda of brainwashing
viewers into believing in a reality that doesn't exist.

These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343

<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.

"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.

"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
The Doctor
2018-10-10 14:13:23 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
I did enjoy The Bodygaurd but the ending on that one was weak.
The Bodygaurd was over-hyped garbage, if the ending was anything to go
by, nothing but people being shouted at and interrogated by women placed
in unrealistic positions of power, written as male characters, and no
action whatsoever.
Except for bombs and backstabbing politics.

No one has to date told me why the ending is 'strong'.
Post by The Doctor
It, like Doctor Who, was part of the BBC's sexist agenda of brainwashing
viewers into believing in a reality that doesn't exist.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
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2018-10-10 17:43:07 UTC
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
I did enjoy The Bodygaurd but the ending on that one was weak.
The Bodygaurd was over-hyped garbage, if the ending was anything to go
by, nothing but people being shouted at and interrogated by women placed
in unrealistic positions of power, written as male characters, and no
action whatsoever.
Except for bombs and backstabbing politics.
No one has to date told me why the ending is 'strong'.
It wasn't, and those claiming it was have been brainwashed and emasculated.
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
It, like Doctor Who, was part of the BBC's sexist agenda of brainwashing
viewers into believing in a reality that doesn't exist.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
The Doctor
2018-10-10 21:18:22 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Average viewers 8.2m with a peak of 9m is stronger than any
recent Doctor apart from Eccleston. Audience share of 40.1%
is also very good (it was the most watched programme of the
night for those aged under 55).
Wait until Points of View get hit.
These are better figures than The Bodyguard which was one of
the Beeb's biggest new dramas this year.
I did enjoy The Bodygaurd but the ending on that one was weak.
The Bodygaurd was over-hyped garbage, if the ending was anything to go
by, nothing but people being shouted at and interrogated by women placed
in unrealistic positions of power, written as male characters, and no
action whatsoever.
Except for bombs and backstabbing politics.
No one has to date told me why the ending is 'strong'.
It wasn't, and those claiming it was have been brainwashed and emasculated.
Exactly my point. Was the government so hell bent
on getting rid of a strong challenger, it would pay emenies
of the state to get rid of her?
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Post by The Doctor
It, like Doctor Who, was part of the BBC's sexist agenda of brainwashing
viewers into believing in a reality that doesn't exist.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
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Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Like usual new Doctor episodes, it was a good introduction to what the Doctor
will be along with a moderate plot. Like this Doctor is into making her tools as
she needs them, and she didn't make an electric guitar. The culottes look like a
compromise to keep fans from bitching.
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Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Like usual new Doctor episodes, it was a good introduction to what the Doctor
will be along with a moderate plot. Like this Doctor is into making her tools as
she needs them, and she didn't make an electric guitar. The culottes look like a
compromise to keep fans from bitching.
Oh?!
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Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Like usual new Doctor episodes, it was a good introduction to what the Doctor
will be along with a moderate plot. Like this Doctor is into making her tools as
she needs them, and she didn't make an electric guitar. The culottes look like a
compromise to keep fans from bitching.
Oh?!
She's been given silly trousers to wear because they don't want anyone
looking up her skirt while she's trying to be a fake James Bond, jumping
between crane masts.

A real man would wear a kilt with nothing on underneath.
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A real man would wear a kilt with nothing on underneath.
So you went to look up men's kilts, do you?
Riiiight...
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A real man would wear a kilt with nothing on underneath.
So you went to look up men's kilts, do you?
Riiiight...
I didn't say that. You did. So it say more about you.
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Well I don't think the BBC are going to agree with you there.
The UK overnight figures are very strong.
Like usual new Doctor episodes, it was a good introduction to what the Doctor
will be along with a moderate plot. Like this Doctor is into making her tools as
she needs them, and she didn't make an electric guitar. The culottes look like a
compromise to keep fans from bitching.
Oh?!
She's been given silly trousers to wear because they don't want anyone
looking up her skirt while she's trying to be a fake James Bond, jumping
between crane masts.
A real man would wear a kilt with nothing on underneath.
Just looks tacky!
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.

Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.

And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.

Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.

Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
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2018-10-09 02:50:54 UTC
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
The word Fear Him comes to mind.
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Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Just badly written.
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Chibnall must hate mmen and males.
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Thank you.
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Whatever! It is a botch at the start!

Emasculated men like Wison and McKeown propped up
by Idlehands enjoy such anti-Family trash.
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J. Clarke
2018-10-09 02:57:53 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.

Whine whine whine whine whine. You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The Doctor
2018-10-09 02:58:48 UTC
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 03:20:41 +0100, The True Doctor
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine. You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
You really are sick in the head!
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The True Doctor
2018-10-09 03:14:02 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine. You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is that
of a man, just like James Bond. And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
series of Captain Scarlet.
The Doctor
2018-10-09 04:48:07 UTC
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 03:20:41 +0100, The True Doctor
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane? I thought The Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight. Longer legs needed? More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable. Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!! Chibnall must move on! Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Post by J. Clarke
Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine! It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars. Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine. You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is that
of a man, just like James Bond. And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
series of Captain Scarlet.
Some males are getting emasculated over this. Radio Free Skaro included!
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2018-10-09 07:50:32 UTC
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***@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote:

I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.

I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
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2018-10-09 09:32:14 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
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The Doctor
2018-10-09 15:44:56 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
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Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
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The True Doctor
2018-10-09 16:09:39 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
The Doctor
2018-10-09 16:20:08 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Whatever, she is just not capable of going a good job.

Even TUaT was a bit of talent fro mthe 1st Doctor.
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Andy Leighton
2018-10-09 16:46:24 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.

Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.

So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
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The True Doctor
2018-10-09 17:52:45 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
All Jodie Whittaker did in those roles was take her clothes off, and
screech and squeal hysterically, playing exactly the same character
every time, most of which were minor. Matt Smith on the other hand was
an accomplished character actor, who was also a member of the National
Theater, and had a vast depth and range of ability at his disposal than
Whittaker ever did at his age, when he was cast as the Doctor.
Post by Andy Leighton
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
The only part she every played was hysterical northern woman, and
nothing more. She's incapable of doing anything except a northern
accent, and even said so herself.
Post by Andy Leighton
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
What is obvious is that Jodie Whittaker had already been type cast as
hysterical northern woman, and was not an accomplished character actor,
whereas Matt Smith was, and all that when he was far younger than she is
as well.

We've seen from the first episode that she can't convincingly convey any
form of authority, she doesn't sound like she understands a word she's
saying, she doesn't act or behave like a doctor or a scientist of any
kind, can't convey feeling or emotion, and she has no charisma. She's
playing hysterical northern woman all over again.
The Doctor
2018-10-09 21:33:44 UTC
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Post by BTR1701
I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
All Jodie Whittaker did in those roles was take her clothes off, and
screech and squeal hysterically, playing exactly the same character
every time, most of which were minor. Matt Smith on the other hand was
an accomplished character actor, who was also a member of the National
Theater, and had a vast depth and range of ability at his disposal than
Whittaker ever did at his age, when he was cast as the Doctor.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
The only part she every played was hysterical northern woman, and
nothing more. She's incapable of doing anything except a northern
accent, and even said so herself.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
What is obvious is that Jodie Whittaker had already been type cast as
hysterical northern woman, and was not an accomplished character actor,
whereas Matt Smith was, and all that when he was far younger than she is
as well.
We've seen from the first episode that she can't convincingly convey any
form of authority, she doesn't sound like she understands a word she's
saying, she doesn't act or behave like a doctor or a scientist of any
kind, can't convey feeling or emotion, and she has no charisma. She's
playing hysterical northern woman all over again.
In trust , she was a conniver!
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The True Doctor
2018-10-09 22:46:27 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
--
"TRUMP 2020"
Yeah... 20 for Obstruction and 20 for Treason.
She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
All Jodie Whittaker did in those roles was take her clothes off, and
screech and squeal hysterically, playing exactly the same character
every time, most of which were minor. Matt Smith on the other hand was
an accomplished character actor, who was also a member of the National
Theater, and had a vast depth and range of ability at his disposal than
Whittaker ever did at his age, when he was cast as the Doctor.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
The only part she every played was hysterical northern woman, and
nothing more. She's incapable of doing anything except a northern
accent, and even said so herself.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
What is obvious is that Jodie Whittaker had already been type cast as
hysterical northern woman, and was not an accomplished character actor,
whereas Matt Smith was, and all that when he was far younger than she is
as well.
We've seen from the first episode that she can't convincingly convey any
form of authority, she doesn't sound like she understands a word she's
saying, she doesn't act or behave like a doctor or a scientist of any
kind, can't convey feeling or emotion, and she has no charisma. She's
playing hysterical northern woman all over again.
In trust , she was a conniver!
But still hysterical.
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2018-10-09 23:58:53 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
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She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
All Jodie Whittaker did in those roles was take her clothes off, and
screech and squeal hysterically, playing exactly the same character
every time, most of which were minor. Matt Smith on the other hand was
an accomplished character actor, who was also a member of the National
Theater, and had a vast depth and range of ability at his disposal than
Whittaker ever did at his age, when he was cast as the Doctor.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
The only part she every played was hysterical northern woman, and
nothing more. She's incapable of doing anything except a northern
accent, and even said so herself.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
What is obvious is that Jodie Whittaker had already been type cast as
hysterical northern woman, and was not an accomplished character actor,
whereas Matt Smith was, and all that when he was far younger than she is
as well.
We've seen from the first episode that she can't convincingly convey any
form of authority, she doesn't sound like she understands a word she's
saying, she doesn't act or behave like a doctor or a scientist of any
kind, can't convey feeling or emotion, and she has no charisma. She's
playing hysterical northern woman all over again.
In trust , she was a conniver!
But still hysterical.
"I don't know what to do"
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2018-10-09 18:03:10 UTC
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again, and
there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.

You clearly have no understanding of the issues and are guided by
scientifically baseless PC dogma and chauvinistic prejudice.
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2018-10-09 20:01:54 UTC
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again, and
there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?

http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
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You clearly have no understanding of the issues and are guided by
scientifically baseless PC dogma and chauvinistic prejudice.
The True Doctor
2018-10-09 20:56:08 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again,
and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore. Nature would normally
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.

Not exactly what someone with intelligence would recommend as a role
model for heterosexual women, and not what women should aspire to.
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2018-10-09 21:36:44 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again,
and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian. She definitely swung both ways.

Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist. And the Doctor? You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules? Not an oddity at all?
The True Doctor
2018-10-09 22:49:00 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again,
and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
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breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
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2018-10-09 23:59:23 UTC
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees
with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again,
and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
This is Chibnall!
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all. But that's beside the point of
your nonexistent facts.
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2018-10-10 11:08:17 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of
La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point of
your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343

You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.

<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.

"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.

"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees
with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee.
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Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of
La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point of
your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.>>
Yes TTD, tragic that SW is not alone. Now this DJ character comes along.
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of
La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no
way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point of
your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees
with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of
La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
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breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in
no way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point
of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female writer,
can see the facts, that this representation of women in male roles on
television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than
Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually
tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in
no way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point
of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female writer,
can see the facts, that this representation of women in male roles on
television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to Doctor
Who.
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2018-10-10 18:36:43 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor
like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than
Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite
a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright
lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in
no way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the point
of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female writer,
can see the facts, that this representation of women in male roles on
television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to Doctor
Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying, and it is
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing the
same thing.
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 17:09:39 +0100, The Raving Lunatic Troll
Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor
like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming
The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles
than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been
quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and
outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and
in no way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the
point of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female
writer, can see the facts, that this representation of women in male
roles on television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to
Doctor Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying,
and it is
Post by The True Doctor
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing the
same thing.
She was talking about the real British government. Doctor Who is an
imaginary alien. The two things have no connection.
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2018-10-10 19:43:00 UTC
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 17:09:39 +0100, The Raving Lunatic Troll
Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor
like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming
The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles
than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been
quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and
outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian. She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist. And the Doctor? You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and
in no way an exception to any rules? Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all. But that's beside the
point of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female
writer, can see the facts, that this representation of women in male
roles on television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to
Doctor Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying,
and it is
Post by The True Doctor
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing the
same thing.
She was talking about the real British government. Doctor Who is an
imaginary alien. The two things have no connection.
Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 17:09:39 +0100, The Raving Lunatic Troll
Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor
like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming
The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles
than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been
quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and
outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian. She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist. And the Doctor? You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and
in no way an exception to any rules? Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all. But that's beside the
point of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female
writer, can see the facts, that this representation of women in male
roles on television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to
Doctor Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying,
and it is
Post by The True Doctor
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing the
same thing.
She was talking about the real British government. Doctor Who is an
imaginary alien. The two things have no connection.
Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don’t like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.

Yeah, I don’t buy it either.
--
There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible
things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be
fought.
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 17:09:39 +0100, The Raving Lunatic Troll
Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor
like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming
The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles
than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been
quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it
is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and
outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career
of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian. She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist. And the Doctor? You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and
in no way an exception to any rules? Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all. But that's beside the
point of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's
lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were
women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female
writer, can see the facts, that this representation of women in male
roles on television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to
Doctor Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying,
and it is
Post by The True Doctor
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing the
same thing.
She was talking about the real British government. Doctor Who is an
imaginary alien. The two things have no connection.
Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don’t like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.
Yeah, I don’t buy it either.
heh
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2018-10-10 21:05:43 UTC
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Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don’t like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.
Yeah, I don’t buy it either.
heh
iirc the same effect used to keep Sunnyvale CA unaware that they lived in
Grand Demon Central Station. So Brits and Valley Girls (and boys) all
apparently have blind spots the size of Texas.
--
There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible
things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be
fought.
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2018-10-10 21:05:05 UTC
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Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don't like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.
Yeah, I don't buy it either.
The other is that official bodies (government, UNIT, etc) make sure that
when any incidents are reported by the press, cover stories are invented in
order to prevent the public from panicing.
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2018-10-10 21:07:56 UTC
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Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don't like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.
Yeah, I don't buy it either.
The other is that official bodies (government, UNIT, etc) make sure that
when any incidents are reported by the press, cover stories are invented in
order to prevent the public from panicing.
Sooner or later they’re going to run out of illusionists, hypnotists and
mysterious clouds of hallucinogenic gas to blame it on.
--
There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible
things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be
fought.
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2018-10-10 21:10:01 UTC
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Hey, is there some in-show rational as to why humans in England are in denial
of the existence of aliens, given that they've had them running around
opening for a decade now?
The theory is that people don't like to deal with the unusual, so they
blank it out and forget. A lot.
Yeah, I don't buy it either.
The other is that official bodies (government, UNIT, etc) make sure that
when any incidents are reported by the press, cover stories are invented in
order to prevent the public from panicing.
And what might be the cover stories of peoples loved ones being sent to
concentration camps a year and a half ago, in the corps monks rubbish?
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Post by The True Doctor
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character
actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming
The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles
than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been
quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when
it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices.
Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and
outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato
agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can
usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who
he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and
time again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I
have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar
career of La Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
Post by The True Doctor
breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the
scientific explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You
think the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and
in no way an exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all.  But that's beside the
point of your nonexistent facts.
These are the facts, as stated by a woman herself;
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
You and other viewers have been totally brainwashed.
<<"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that
there's lots of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard]
were women," Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
Thank you for your totally irrelevant response.
More evidence of you brainwashing. Even Daisy Goodwin a female
writer, can see the facts, that this representation of women in male
roles on television is airbrushing reality, and therefore not credible.
That you didn't understand what she was saying is not relevant to
Doctor Who.
You are the one who didn't understand what she was saying,
and it is
Post by The True Doctor
totally relevant to Doctor Who given the ridiculous casting is doing
the same thing.
She was talking about the real British government.  Doctor Who is an
imaginary alien.  The two things have no connection.
Bodyguard is a work of fiction. That doesn't mean either it or Doctor
Who don't have to reflect reality as regards male and female characters.
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2018-10-10 21:19:14 UTC
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Bodyguard is a work of fiction. That doesn't mean either it or Doctor Who
don't have to reflect reality as regards male and female characters.
Aggy, dear - almost everything you write is a work of fiction. And you
wouldn't know where to start when it comes to writing real characters.

You've got this quaint idea that men have men's jobs and women have women's
jobs.

One of my niece's friends is a 23 year old girl who is a qualified car
mechanic.
One of my female friends works for the RAF.
You make pizzas and live at home with your mum and dad.
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees
with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re
“delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time
again, and there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
So what is your scientific explanation for the peculiar career of La
Maupin?
http://eldacur.com/~brons/Maupin/LaMaupin.html
She was a French cross-dressing lesbian whore.
Not a lesbian.  She definitely swung both ways.
Nature would normally
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breed anomalies like her out of the gene pool. That's the scientific
explanation.
So you concede that unusual people exist.  And the Doctor?  You think
the Doctor is a totally average specimen of humanity and in no way an
exception to any rules?  Not an oddity at all?
The Doctor should not be turned into a bisexual whore.
The Doctor shouldn't be sexual at all. But that's beside the point of
your nonexistent facts.
The Doctor is not himself!
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he
doesn’t end up
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declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads”
Yadallee. Which says
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it all, really.
All of my facts have been scientifically proven time and time again, and
there is nothing or bigoted in anything I have said.
You clearly have no understanding of the issues and are guided by
scientifically baseless PC dogma and chauvinistic prejudice.
Mike is taking the Side of Stephen Wilson.
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2018-10-09 22:02:26 UTC
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She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
Aggy never lets facts get in the way of his prejudices. Indeed, he often
declares his lunatic opinions, offensive bigotry and outright lies to be
“absolute scientific facts” (usually claiming that Plato agrees with him)
and then rants on about them at great lengths. You can usually tell when he
knows deep down that he’s wrong: he will tell you you’re “delusional and
insane”. About the only person ever to respond to him who he doesn’t end up
declaring to be “delusional and insane” is Dave “Yads” Yadallee.
Which says
it all, really.
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
She was channeling Robin Williams in "Mork and Mindy".
I swear.
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She is channeling MAtt Smith!!
She is channeling Micky Mouse. She's not a character actor like Matt
Smith, or any of the other lead actors were.
Matt Smith had 6 TV roles and 1 film role before becoming The Doctor.
Jodie Whittaker had 18 TV roles and far more film roles than Matt Smith.
Plus there are the stage and radio roles.
Looking at her TV filmography there seems to have been quite a variety
of roles too, and most of them are not lead roles.
So I think it is obvious that your claim falls down when it is faced with
the facts.
I did not see any originality in JW on Sunday!
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2018-10-09 10:29:07 UTC
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
Opposite of Yads & Aggy!
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
Opposite of Yads & Aggy!
I have barely no problems with British Accents.
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I was dubious at first, but I like her. She's attractive and funny and,
most importantly, I can frakking understand her without having to turn
the closed captioning on, which is not something I can say for the last
three Doctors.
I do wish she'd stayed with the black coat and trousers, though. The
outfit she came up with at the end was goofy-looking.
The whole package is bad under Chibnall!!

Chibnall needs to be removed now for now otherwise all the mall characters he
writes are all goingto look like weaklings!
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2018-10-09 05:26:47 UTC
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
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Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is that
of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false. The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man. James Bond's name is male. The Doctor has no name.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female. The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten. James Bond is
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
be any age, any race. They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist. They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.


And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
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series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot. Of course there will be Daleks. There are always
Daleks.
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2018-10-09 05:34:29 UTC
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Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot, premise,
ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is that
of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false. The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man. James Bond's name is male. The Doctor has no name.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female. The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten. James Bond is
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
be any age, any race. They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist. They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
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series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot. Of course there will be Daleks. There are always
Daleks.
Not this season!
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Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by
something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned that
number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to Missy,
when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather and married at least twice, both times to
women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman as
James Bond in that time.
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books. James Bond doesn't like
violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly killing
people. His only vice is serial smoking. But most importantly he doesn't
like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants until after the
job is done.
be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.

The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman and
behaved like a woman they would not be the same character. The character
of both as has been firmly established is that of a man, and Chibnall
had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way, because
he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a sex change;
therefore there is no reason to have them played by a woman except as a
stupid gimmick, and that's exactly what it is, a stupid gimmick that has
torn fandom in half.
And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
Post by The True Doctor
series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot.  Of course there will be Daleks.  There are always
Daleks.
Chibnall said there will be no old monsters in the new series, so unless
he is lying--which given that he lied about Whittaker, might be
true--you are wrong.
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Post by The True Doctor
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned that
number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to Missy,
when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather and married at least twice, both times to
women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman as
James Bond in that time.
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books. James Bond doesn't like
violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly killing
people. His only vice is serial smoking. But most importantly he doesn't
like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants until after the
job is done.
be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman and
behaved like a woman they would not be the same character. The character
of both as has been firmly established is that of a man, and Chibnall
had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way, because
he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a sex change;
therefore there is no reason to have them played by a woman except as a
stupid gimmick, and that's exactly what it is, a stupid gimmick that has
torn fandom in half.
And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
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series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot.  Of course there will be Daleks.  There are always
Daleks.
Chibnall said there will be no old monsters in the new series, so unless
he is lying--which given that he lied about Whittaker, might be
true--you are wrong.
Still The end of S13E01 is really indicating that CC has no confidence
in what he is doing.
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned that
number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to Missy,
when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather and married at least twice, both times to
women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman as
James Bond in that time.
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books. James Bond doesn't like
violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly killing
people. His only vice is serial smoking. But most importantly he doesn't
like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants until after the
job is done.
be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman and
behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a sexagenarian
man of action in an opera cape. Tom Baker's was a much younger cunning
and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf who felt things much
more deeply.


The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a new
person in unpredictable ways.

and Chibnall
Post by The True Doctor
had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way, because
he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Post by The True Doctor
therefore there is no reason to have them played by a woman except as a
stupid gimmick, and that's exactly what it is, a stupid gimmick that has
torn fandom in half.
And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
Post by The True Doctor
series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot.  Of course there will be Daleks.  There are always
Daleks.
Chibnall said there will be no old monsters in the new series,
And he might even have meant it. It's not the first time such a
decision has been made for Doctor Who. It is not, however an easy
resolution to stick to when it comes to Daleks. Sooner or later they
will be back though. All such a declaration really means is that
they'll be given a rest for now.
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2018-10-09 16:32:14 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned that
number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to Missy,
when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather and married at least twice, both times to
women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman as
James Bond in that time.
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books. James Bond doesn't like
violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly killing
people. His only vice is serial smoking. But most importantly he doesn't
like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants until after the
job is done.
be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman and
behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a sexagenarian
man of action in an opera cape. Tom Baker's was a much younger cunning
and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf who felt things much
more deeply.
The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a new
person in unpredictable ways.
and Chibnall
Post by The True Doctor
had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way, because
he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Post by The True Doctor
therefore there is no reason to have them played by a woman except as a
stupid gimmick, and that's exactly what it is, a stupid gimmick that has
torn fandom in half.
And there's no Daleks in Whittaker's
Post by The True Doctor
series of Captain Scarlet.
Don't be an idiot.  Of course there will be Daleks.  There are always
Daleks.
Chibnall said there will be no old monsters in the new series,
And he might even have meant it. It's not the first time such a
decision has been made for Doctor Who. It is not, however an easy
resolution to stick to when it comes to Daleks. Sooner or later they
will be back though. All such a declaration really means is that
they'll be given a rest for now.
Chinall is the real reason why he will make Jonathan Powell
look like a genuis!
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2018-10-09 17:32:46 UTC
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The Dcotor
knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned
that number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to
Missy, when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather and married at least twice, both times to
women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman
as James Bond in that time.
required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and 50
who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books. James Bond doesn't like
violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people. His only vice is serial smoking. But most importantly
he doesn't like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants
until after the job is done.
be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman
and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a sexagenarian
man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a much younger cunning
and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf who felt things much
more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man, and is still that
of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean Connery
and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same character was being
a man.
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The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a new
person in unpredictable ways.
There have been almost as many actors who have played James Bond on
screen, especially if you include the Peter Sellers, David Niven, Woody
Allen version of Casino Royal and the original 1950s TVM.

In all cases all of the actors were men.

James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read Casino
Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who as its been
written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a
sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.

The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman, and having a
woman playing the role of a man is completely ridiculous and totally
sexist. It's like having a white man cover his face with boot polish to
play a black minster.
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
Post by The Doctor
The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
Post by The Doctor
Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
Post by The Doctor
Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
Post by The Doctor
You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor is
that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned
that number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to
Missy, when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.  The
Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little romantic
history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather
And it was long since established that relationship was not genetic.

and married at least twice, both times to
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women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman
as James Bond in that time.
What specific way to put it.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and
50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The Doctor
could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.

James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense. He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.

But most importantly
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he doesn't like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants
until after the job is done.
No. He doesn't.
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman
and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a much
younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf who
felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.

and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean Connery
and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same character was being
a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien in
a phone booth.
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The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a
new person in unpredictable ways.
There have been almost as many actors who have played James Bond on
screen, especially if you include the Peter Sellers, David Niven, Woody
Allen version of Casino Royal and the original 1950s TVM.
Which I don't.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read Casino
Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?

as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough. The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before you
saw anything of the actual performance.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a
sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit. Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man? What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
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Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
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You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor
is that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of an
alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned
that number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to
Missy, when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.
The Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little
romantic history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James
Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather
And it was long since established that relationship was not genetic.
No it hasn't. Susan is a Time Lord and acknowledged as the Doctor's
biological granddaughter.
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and married at least twice, both times to
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women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many woman
as James Bond in that time.
What specific way to put it.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and
50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The
Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system based
on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly under 50%
chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose. And yes,
James Bond always admitted he was afraid.
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he doesn't like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants
until after the job is done.
No.  He doesn't.
Oh yes, HE DOES!

You've definitely not read the books at all.

What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people with
Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out of a
regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman
and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a much
younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf who
felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same character
was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien in
a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and doing
everything in the manner of man.
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The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a
new person in unpredictable ways.
There have been almost as many actors who have played James Bond on
screen, especially if you include the Peter Sellers, David Niven,
Woody Allen version of Casino Royal and the original 1950s TVM.
Which I don't.
So 6 then, if you only count the EON productions.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing. He had already given up in 2013
when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before you
saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse than
Capaldi's.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a
sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would not
exist.
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Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man. It wouldn't have worked with her written as
a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the way
a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.

A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and trying
to behave like James Bond. Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
down to primal instincts.

Men evolved to hunt, and by hunting learned to navigate, learned to
solve problems, learned to think logically and rationally in order to
track down their pray, learn to tell stories of their hunting trips,
because telling a story is describing a journey. Women on the other hand
evolved to give birth and bring up children. They were fickle, always
trying to please everyone, they behaved passively and didn't get into
fights; because they knew they were too weak to win, and they were weak
because if they resisted mating with a male, then they would not have
had any offspring, and their genes would not have been passed on. Women
were driven by their emotions, brought about by estrogen. Men on the
other hand, driven by testosterone, had to fight against other males in
order to mate with the best and most attractive females. The weakest
males died out, unless they were very clever. Women therefore played a
passive role in the middle, desiring to be owned and protected, and
continued to bring up children, while men protected them from other men,
fulfilling their desires. Women gossiped about trial things or no
importance, thus female writers never evolved beyond writing about
trivial matters and children's stories; whereas men wrote romances about
war and adventure, where men behaved like men, and women like women.
Thus no book ever written by a women has ever accurately described a
man's feelings, and every book written by a man has always had women
behaving the way men see them behave. So trying to change the sex of the
Doctor isn't going to be convincing, and it's not going to please men.

There was already a female Time Lord, Romana. Why didn't Chibnall bring
her back instead of hijacking the entire franchise in order to use its
existing audience to spread his feminist propaganda which permeates
every fragment of his terrible emasculated writing?
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
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Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
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You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor
is that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of
an alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has
no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned
that number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to
Missy, when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.
The Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little
romantic history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James
Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather
And it was long since established that relationship was not genetic.
No it hasn't. Susan is a Time Lord and acknowledged as the Doctor's
biological granddaughter.
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and married at least twice, both times to
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women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many
woman as James Bond in that time.
What specific way to put it.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and
50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The
Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system based
on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly under 50%
chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?

And yes,
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James Bond always admitted he was afraid.
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he doesn't like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants
until after the job is done.
No.  He doesn't.
Oh yes, HE DOES!
Right. I suppose technically his affair with Jill Masterson happens in
between his first meeting with Goldfinger and his actually being
assigned to do something about Goldfinger. I forgot that because it was
stupid.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out
of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a
human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman
and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a much
younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf
who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same character
was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and doing
everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
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The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a
new person in unpredictable ways.
There have been almost as many actors who have played James Bond on
screen, especially if you include the Peter Sellers, David Niven,
Woody Allen version of Casino Royal and the original 1950s TVM.
Which I don't.
So 6 then, if you only count the EON productions.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question? Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?


He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse than
Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a
sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would not
exist.
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Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.

It wouldn't have worked with her written as
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow. You really hate women.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the way
a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and trying
to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny

Eventually, she grew bored of Sérannes and became involved with a young
woman. When the girl's parents put her away in the Visitandines convent
in Avignon, La Maupin followed, entering the convent as a postulant. In
order to run away with her new love, she stole the body of a dead nun,
placed it in the bed of her lover, and set the room on fire to cover
their escape.[3]

n Villeperdue, still wearing men's clothing, she was insulted by a young
nobleman. They fought a duel and she drove her blade through his
shoulder. The next day, she asked about his health and found out he was
Louis-Joseph d'Albert Luynes, son of the Duke of Luynes. Later, one of
his companions came to offer d'Albert's apologies. She went to his room
and subsequently they became lovers and, later, lifelong friends.

Her Paris career was interrupted around 1695, when she kissed a young
woman at a society ball and was challenged to duels by three different
noblemen. She beat them all, but fell afoul of the king's law that
forbade duels in Paris. She fled to Brussels to wait for calmer times.
There, she was briefly the mistress of Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of
Bavaria.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko

Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where she
recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in August
1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians gained
control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by sea to
Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than
eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko
was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers.
Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.

https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html

She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and battle
skills. She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of the
katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat were
equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her prowess as a
general was renowned throughout the country.

You are an idiot.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30
and 50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The
Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
He's first a foremost a spy. He hates killing people, especially in cold
blood. He doesn't even kill anyone in Casino Royale. Oh wait a moment,
that's a spoiler, and you've not read it.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system
based on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly
under 50% chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?
Bond wasn't gambling to enjoy himself. He was sent to do a job in order
to stop Le Chiffre from winning back the money he had embezzled from the
union he controlled; which would both destroy the union and Le Chiffre.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out
of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by
a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same
character was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and
doing everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
No, its a fact FACT! Just look at Whittaker trying to emulate James Bond
on the cranes.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question?  Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
I've already answered that. The character of the Doctor is that of man.
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He wrote most of the stories, and dictated what the others should be
about. That's why he was show runner and head writer. The ball stops
with him.
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He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse
than Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
I've already seen her perform. She's always been a terrible actress that
never played anything except hysterical northern woman.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had
a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would
not exist.
 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years suddenly
turned into a female.
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It wouldn't have worked with her written as
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow.  You really hate women.
No.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the
way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and trying
to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be? Some cross dressing, bi-sexual French
prostitute? Is that what you want women to aspire to?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where she
recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in August
1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians gained
control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by sea to
Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than
eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko
was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers.
Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and battle
skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of the
katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat were
equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her prowess as a
general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942? You remember what Indiana Jones' solution to that
problem would have been?
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You are an idiot.
You are a fool.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30
and 50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles.
The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
He's first a foremost a spy. He hates killing people, especially in cold
blood. He doesn't even kill anyone in Casino Royale. Oh wait a moment,
that's a spoiler, and you've not read it.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system
based on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly
under 50% chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?
Bond wasn't gambling to enjoy himself. He was sent to do a job in order
to stop Le Chiffre from winning back the money he had embezzled from the
union he controlled; which would both destroy the union and Le Chiffre.
And if that was the only time he was described as gambling you'd have a
point.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come
out of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be
portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same
character was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and
doing everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
No, its a fact FACT! Just look at Whittaker trying to emulate James Bond
on the cranes.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question?  Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
I've already answered that. The character of the Doctor is that of man.
Based on what?
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He wrote most of the stories, and dictated what the others should be
about. That's why he was show runner and head writer. The ball stops
with him.
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He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse
than Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
I've already seen her perform. She's always been a terrible actress that
never played anything except hysterical northern woman.
You passed judgement before you knew who had the role.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had
a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would
not exist.
 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years suddenly
turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
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It wouldn't have worked with her written as
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow.  You really hate women.
No.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the
way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are unjustified
by reality.


Some cross dressing, bi-sexual French
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prostitute? Is that what you want women to aspire to?
She was never a prostitute. And what women aspire to is beside the
point.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where
she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in
August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians
gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by
sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for
more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant
Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257
German soldiers. Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was
309,[8][5] including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of
the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat
were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her
prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No. What are you babbling about?
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30
and 50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles.
The Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
He's first a foremost a spy. He hates killing people, especially in cold
blood. He doesn't even kill anyone in Casino Royale. Oh wait a moment,
that's a spoiler, and you've not read it.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he
was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system
based on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly
under 50% chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?
Bond wasn't gambling to enjoy himself. He was sent to do a job in order
to stop Le Chiffre from winning back the money he had embezzled from the
union he controlled; which would both destroy the union and Le Chiffre.
And if that was the only time he was described as gambling you'd have a
point.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come
out of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be
portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same
character was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and
doing everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
No, its a fact FACT! Just look at Whittaker trying to emulate James Bond
on the cranes.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question?  Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
I've already answered that. The character of the Doctor is that of man.
Based on what?
Based on the fact tat this is a grandfather!
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He wrote most of the stories, and dictated what the others should be
about. That's why he was show runner and head writer. The ball stops
with him.
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He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse
than Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
I've already seen her perform. She's always been a terrible actress that
never played anything except hysterical northern woman.
You passed judgement before you knew who had the role.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had
a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would
not exist.
 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years suddenly
turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
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It wouldn't have worked with her written as
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow.  You really hate women.
No.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the
way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are unjustified
by reality.
Some cross dressing, bi-sexual French
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prostitute? Is that what you want women to aspire to?
She was never a prostitute. And what women aspire to is beside the
point.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where
she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in
August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians
gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by
sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for
more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant
Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257
German soldiers. Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was
309,[8][5] including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of
the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat
were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her
prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No. What are you babbling about?
I am ready for a very long 2.5 months.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come
out of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be
portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same
character was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an
alien in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and
doing everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
No, its a fact FACT! Just look at Whittaker trying to emulate James
Bond on the cranes.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question?  Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
I've already answered that. The character of the Doctor is that of man.
Based on what?
I've already answered that.
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He wrote most of the stories, and dictated what the others should be
about. That's why he was show runner and head writer. The ball stops
with him.
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He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months
before you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse
than Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
I've already seen her perform. She's always been a terrible actress
that never played anything except hysterical northern woman.
You passed judgement before you knew who had the role.
Poppycock! Did you even watch the announcement? Nobody knew that
Chibnall had cast a woman in the role until she pulled her hood off and
faced the camera. When I realized it was Jodie Whittaker, that spelled
the end of Doctor Who. She's a terrible actress.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had
had a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would
not exist.
 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.

The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.

Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object, and while behaving as a sex
object, just like all female heroes that act like men, she may be
acceptable to men, she cannot be a suitable role model for children or
women.

The character of the Doctor is not that of a sex object, and never has
been (and don't mix up characters with actors that play them), so unlike
female whores that appeal to men, the Doctor does not.

There is one way that the Doctor could be written as a woman, which
might be convincing, and it's not the way it's being written by
Chibnall, trying to copy Smith and Tennant.

See my "Jodie S11E01 The Menace Within" in rec.arts.drwho which I wrote
just over a year ago to see how.

Unfortunately Jodie Whittaker does not have the talent to play the part.
Joanna Lumeley could have done it, but not Whittaker.
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow.  You really hate women.
No.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the
way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are unjustified
by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
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Some cross dressing, bi-sexual French
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prostitute? Is that what you want women to aspire to?
She was never a prostitute.  And what women aspire to is beside the point.
She acted in the manner of a lesbian whore.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where
she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in
August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians
gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn
by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought
for more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted
Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern Army Council for
killing 257 German soldiers. Her total of confirmed kills during
World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about. James Bond never boasted about
his kills, and was never proud of them.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of
the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat
were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her
prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha

There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 03:20:41 +0100, The True Doctor
You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come
out of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be
portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim that
there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where
she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in
August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians
gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn
by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought
for more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted
Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern Army Council for
killing 257 German soldiers. Her total of confirmed kills during
World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or not.
But she was one.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master
of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in
combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and
her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No. They didn't. And Amazons were mythological anyway. Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
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On Tue, 9 Oct 2018 03:20:41 +0100, The True Doctor
You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come
out of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be
portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please. You must be emasculated!
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim that
there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where
she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in
August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians
gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn
by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought
for more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted
Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern Army Council for
killing 257 German soldiers. Her total of confirmed kills during
World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or not.
But she was one.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master
of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in
combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and
her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No. They didn't. And Amazons were mythological anyway. Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
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The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please. You must be emasculated!
Why do you want David Johnston to be emasculated?
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible. It's that it's utterly
trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please. You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's utterly
trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!

He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant. Whittaker isn't convincing, and
Chibnall is using the show, like all of his writing, to attack men,
because he's a self hating misandrist.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's utterly
trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He thinks that regarding women as good for anything except sex is
evidence of "emasculation".
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He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant.
I'm sure the scriptwriters were entirely aware that neither of those
actors would playing the character. So I'm guessing it was actually
written for the character of a quirky and sometimes downright loopy
alien genius.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's
utterly trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played
by a
woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He thinks that regarding women as good for anything except sex is
evidence of "emasculation".
Where does he say that?
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He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant.
I'm sure the scriptwriters were entirely aware that neither of those
actors would playing the character.  So I'm guessing it was actually
written for the character of a quirky and sometimes downright loopy
alien genius.
They were specifically told that they would be writing for a man.
Chibnall deliberately concealed the fact of Whittakers casting from them
by his own admission.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's
utterly trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played
by a
woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He thinks that regarding women as good for anything except sex is
evidence of "emasculation".
Where does he say that?
"Please. You must be emasculated!" Because I don't regard Ripley as a
sex object.
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He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant.
I'm sure the scriptwriters were entirely aware that neither of those
actors would playing the character.  So I'm guessing it was actually
written for the character of a quirky and sometimes downright loopy
alien genius.
They were specifically told that they would be writing for a man.
But not Smith or Tennant.
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2018-10-10 20:13:37 UTC
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's
utterly trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just
played by a
woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He thinks that regarding women as good for anything except sex is
evidence of "emasculation".
Where does he say that?
"Please.  You must be emasculated!"  Because I don't regard Ripley as a
sex object.
So, he says nothing of what you claim, and nothing of what you claim can
be implied from it either.
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He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant.
I'm sure the scriptwriters were entirely aware that neither of those
actors would playing the character.  So I'm guessing it was actually
written for the character of a quirky and sometimes downright loopy
alien genius.
They were specifically told that they would be writing for a man.
But not Smith or Tennant.
Specifically Smith and Tennant, because that's how they wrote the
character.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's utterly
trivial.
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 >Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a
woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He thinks that regarding women as good for anything except sex is
evidence of "emasculation".
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He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant.
I'm sure the scriptwriters were entirely aware that neither of those
actors would playing the character. So I'm guessing it was actually
written for the character of a quirky and sometimes downright loopy
alien genius.
It is called moing and and that is what Chibnall should do!
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible.  It's that it's utterly
trivial.
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please.  You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Where in what he's written does it show he hates women? Nowhere!
He doesn't want a woman playing Doctor Who, and I don't want a
talent-less actress playing the character of the Doctor as it was
written for Matt Smith or David Tennant. Whittaker isn't convincing, and
Chibnall is using the show, like all of his writing, to attack men,
because he's a self hating misandrist.
Time for Chibnall to go!
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Time for Chibnall to go!
Yeah. Because his Doctor Who debut is the most watched launch in 10 years
and is an unequivocal success.

Time for you to quit whining. Loser.
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It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
You cannot wrap such a simple concept around your mind?
It's not that the concept is incomprehensible. It's that it's utterly
trivial.
Like youself?
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and a
grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
Please. You must be emasculated!
And thus we come back to you just hating women.
Said another fenimised man DJ!
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2018-10-10 17:10:22 UTC
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything that
can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically
long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's pretty
simple to understand.
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and
a grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim that
there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight. Women did not. A woman pretending to be a man doesn't
change that. It's a woman pretending to be a man, and everyone can see
it's all pretense.

Let's see who would win in a game for football between England's men and
England's womens' teams.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa
where she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior
sergeant in August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When
the Romanians gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit
was withdrawn by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6]
where she fought for more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942
newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern
Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers. Her total of
confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36
enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or not.
But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that. It doesn't represent the majority of women in the real
world and portraying women in this manner is actually setting back
women's issues not promoting them.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343

<<Victoria screenwriter Daisy Goodwin says TV dramas are "airbrushing
reality" by having too many powerful female characters.

"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.

"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.

"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.

She said it was a "two way split" as "on one hand you want to promote
positive role models for little girls but [on the other] let them know
it's not that easy and you might have to deal with a lot of negative
remarks.">>
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master
of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in
combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and
her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus and
Diodorus. There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
as well.

"In the myth of Hercules, Hippolyta's girdle (ζωστὴρ Ἱππολύτης) was the
object of his ninth labor. He was sent to retrieve it for Admete, the
daughter of King Eurystheus. Most versions of the myth indicate that
Hippolyta was so impressed with Hercules that she gave him the girdle
without argument, perhaps while visiting him on his ship. ...

In the myth of Theseus, the hero joined Heracles in his expedition, or
went on a separate expedition later, and was actually the one who had
the encounter with Hippolyta. Some versions say he abducted her, some
that Heracles did the abducting but gave her to Theseus as spoils, and
others say that she fell in love with Theseus and betrayed the Amazons
by willingly leaving with him. In any case, she was taken to Athens
where she was wed to Theseus, being the only Amazon to ever marry."
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The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's pretty
simple to understand.
So if JodieDoc displayed the psychological traits of a man, she would be the character of a man?
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The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's pretty
simple to understand.
So if JodieDoc displayed the psychological traits of a man, she would be the character of a man?
Yes, but since she is a woman, she would not look credible as either a
male character or a woman.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything that
can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was
a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically
long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's pretty
simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand. They simply happen to not
mean anything. All apples are apples. Big whoop.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really. So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa May.
How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim
that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa
where she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior
sergeant in August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When
the Romanians gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her
unit was withdrawn by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean
Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than eight months.[5][7]
In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the
Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers. Her total
of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36
enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or
not. But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that.
I wasn't claiming she was a man.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master
of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in
combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time,
and her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus and
Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense in
their time. They were just passing on folktales.

There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
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as well.
No. There isn't. The Scythian women who were warriors did not live
separately from men. The mythological Amazons may have been inspired by
the northern tribes where women learned arms but they they were not the
same as those women.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything that
can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by
a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same
character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was
a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically
long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to not
mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact. You clearly don't understand what a
tautology is either. If you were referring to logic, which is the only
possible use of the term that would apply, then you are agreeing with
me, since a tautology is a statement that is true by necessity or by
virtue of its logical form. The character of a man doesn't need to be
young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa May.
How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better place?
How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim
that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting wars
are a tiny minority. Fighting wars is not women's business. The argument
for women not being given the jobs of men is stated by Ian Fleming in
Casino Royale.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa
where she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior
sergeant in August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills.
When the Romanians gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941,
her unit was withdrawn by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean
Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than eight months.[5][7]
In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by
the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers. Her
total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or
not. But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that.
I wasn't claiming she was a man.
So, you concede to the logic of my argument.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a
master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai
of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned throughout
the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles
and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus and
Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense in
their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing, and described
where and how they lived. That's primary historical evidence, and you
have nothing whatsoever with which to refute it.
There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
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as well.
No. There isn't.  The Scythian women who were warriors did not live
Oh yes there is.
separately from men.  The mythological Amazons may have been inspired by
They obviously needed men to breed with, otherwise they wouldn't have
lasted very long.
the northern tribes where women learned arms but they they were not the
same as those women.
Oh yes they were. Herodotus and Diodorus both document their existence
and that was the historical consensus so a refutation will be virtually
impossible.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
invented and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything
that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by
a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same
character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's
was a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a
comically long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to not
mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact.
A statement of meaningless self-referential fact. Yes. All men are men.


The character of a man doesn't need to be
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young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
And Doctor Who...is not a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa May.
How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better place?
How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
If your example of a woman who is not a sex object is a woman you regard
as valueless then that rather suggests you regardless women as valueless
except as wank material (and doubtless as birthing receptacles for the
manly men who are the only people who really matter.)
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations
is the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and
situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim
that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting wars
are a tiny minority.
So what?
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or
not. But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that.
I wasn't claiming she was a man.
So, you concede to the logic of my argument.
That female soldiers don't exist because a female soldier existed? Yes
that makes perfect sense.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a
master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai
of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned
throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles
and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe
Gozen really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus
and Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense in
their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing,
No they didn't. They had never met anyone who had ever seen an Amazon.
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There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
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as well.
No. There isn't.  The Scythian women who were warriors did not live
Oh yes there is.
separately from men.  The mythological Amazons may have been inspired by
They obviously needed men to breed with, otherwise they wouldn't have
lasted very long.
The Amazons got together with the men of a neighbouring tribe once a
year. Fictionally. Because the Amazons didn't exist.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything
that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played
by a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the
same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's
was a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a
comically long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to not
mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact.
A statement of meaningless self-referential fact.  Yes.  All men are men.
Only in your imagination. It's a statement of logical certainty.
The character of a man doesn't need to be
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young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
And Doctor Who...is not a man.
The character of the Doctor is that of man. Chibnall even told his
writers to write for a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa
May. How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better
place? How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
If your example of a woman who is not a sex object is a woman you regard
as valueless then that rather suggests you regardless women as valueless
except as wank material (and doubtless as birthing receptacles for the
manly men who are the only people who really matter.)
More evidence of your inability to grasp logic, and come to idiotic
conclusions not based on it. Theresa May is the Prime Minister of the
United Kingdom, and she is not making the world a better place, and
neither is she a sex object. Just look at the mess she's making of
Brexit for example.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations
is the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and
situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes
and trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim
that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be
hunters and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting wars
are a tiny minority.
So what?
Women fighting ware are a tiny minority. That is so what. It therefore
does not just justify their totally disproportionate characterization as
men on television, when there are men to play them instead.
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or
not. But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that.
I wasn't claiming she was a man.
So, you concede to the logic of my argument.
That female soldiers don't exist because a female soldier existed?  Yes
that makes perfect sense.
More evidence of your inability to think logically or grasp a logical
augment.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect
and battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a
master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai
of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned
throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles
and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe
Gozen really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus
and Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense in
their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing,
No they didn't.  They had never met anyone who had ever seen an Amazon.
I said they cited eyewitness reports. You understand what a report is, I
take it? Obviously not.
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as well.
No. There isn't.  The Scythian women who were warriors did not live
Oh yes there is.
separately from men.  The mythological Amazons may have been inspired by
They obviously needed men to breed with, otherwise they wouldn't have
lasted very long.
The Amazons got together with the men of a neighbouring tribe once a
year.  Fictionally.  Because the Amazons didn't exist.
The Amazons did exist otherwise there would not have been eye witness
reports of them to record.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.
They could come out of a regeneration as virtually
anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played
by a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the
same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was
a sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom
Baker's was a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster
in a comically long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until
it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to not
mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact.
A statement of meaningless self-referential fact.  Yes.  All men are men.
Only in your imagination. It's a statement of logical certainty.
The character of a man doesn't need to be
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young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
And Doctor Who...is not a man.
The character of the Doctor is that of man. Chibnall even told his
writers to write for a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa
May. How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better
place? How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
If your example of a woman who is not a sex object is a woman you
regard as valueless then that rather suggests you regardless women as
valueless except as wank material (and doubtless as birthing
receptacles for the manly men who are the only people who really matter.)
More evidence of your inability to grasp logic, and come to idiotic
conclusions not based on it. Theresa May is the Prime Minister of the
United Kingdom, and she is not making the world a better place, and
neither is she a sex object.
Right. Because she is not a sex object, she has no worth for you.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations
is the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and
situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes
and trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your
claim that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be
hunters and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting wars
are a tiny minority.
So what?
Women fighting ware are a tiny minority. That is so what.
Simply repeating the assertion does not say why that assertion is
important.

It therefore
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men on television, when there are men to play them instead.
Since they are not being characterized as men, that is not an issue.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect
and battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider,
a master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest
samurai of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned
throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles
and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe
Gozen really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus
and Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense
in their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing,
No they didn't.  They had never met anyone who had ever seen an Amazon.
I said they cited eyewitness reports.
And you were wrong. They did no such thing.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.
They could come out of a regeneration as virtually
anything that can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for
the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played
by a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be
the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was
a sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom
Baker's was a much younger cunning and whimsical
trickster in a comically long scarf who felt things much
more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old
man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to
not mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact.
A statement of meaningless self-referential fact.  Yes.  All men are men.
Only in your imagination. It's a statement of logical certainty.
The character of a man doesn't need to be
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young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
And Doctor Who...is not a man.
The character of the Doctor is that of man. Chibnall even told his
writers to write for a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa
May. How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better
place? How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
If your example of a woman who is not a sex object is a woman you
regard as valueless then that rather suggests you regardless women as
valueless except as wank material (and doubtless as birthing
receptacles for the manly men who are the only people who really matter.)
More evidence of your inability to grasp logic, and come to idiotic
conclusions not based on it. Theresa May is the Prime Minister of the
United Kingdom, and she is not making the world a better place, and
neither is she a sex object.
Right.  Because she is not a sex object, she has no worth for you.
Still coming up with the same baseless incoherent nonsense, because you
are unable to grasp logic, .
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and
situations is the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with
people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes
and trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your
claim that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be
hunters and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting
wars are a tiny minority.
So what?
Women fighting ware are a tiny minority. That is so what.
Simply repeating the assertion does not say why that assertion is
important.
The importance of the assertion is that they are a tiny minority who do
not represent women as a whole or how they behave or what they aspire
to. They are representative of men!
It therefore
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does not just justify their totally disproportionate characterization
as men on television, when there are men to play them instead.
Since they are not being characterized as men, that is not an issue.
But they are, and that's the problem.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect
and battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider,
a master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest
samurai of her time, and her prowess as a general was
renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what
Herakles and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe
Gozen really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus
and Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense
in their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing,
No they didn't.  They had never met anyone who had ever seen an Amazon.
I said they cited eyewitness reports.
And you were wrong.  They did no such thing.
Back to your usual scheme of talking about literature you've never
actually read. We'll you've been caught out once again!

"Herodotus 4.110.1 It is reported of the Sauromatae, that when the
Greeks fought with the Amazons, whom the Scythians call Oior-pata or
"man-slayers," as it may be rendered, Oior being Scythic for "man," and
pata for "to slay"- It is reported, I say, that the Greeks after gaining
the battle of the Thermodon, put to sea, taking with them on board three
of their vessels all the Amazons whom they had made prisoners; and that
these women upon the voyage rose up against the crews, and massacred
them to a man. As however they were quite strange to ships, and did not
know how to use either rudder, sails, or oars, they were carried, after
the death of the men, where the winds and the waves listed. At last they
reached the shores of the Palus Maeotis and came to a place called
Cremni or "the Cliffs," which is in the country of the free Scythians.
Here they went ashore, and proceeded by land towards the inhabited
regions; the first herd of horses which they fell in with they seized,
and mounting upon their backs, fell to plundering the Scythian territory."

"Diodorus 2. 44 1 After these events there came in Scythia a period of
revolutions, in which the sovereigns were women endowed with exceptional
valour. For among these peoples the women train for war just as do the
men and in acts of manly valour are in no wise inferior to the men.
Consequently distinguished women have been the authors of many great
deeds, not in Scythia alone, but also in the territory bordering upon
it. 2 For instance, when Cyrus the king of the Persians, the mightiest
ruler of his day, made a campaign with a vast army into Scythia, the
queen of the Scythians not only cut the army of the Persians to pieces
but she even took Cyrus prisoner and crucified him; and the nation of
the Amazons, after it was once organized, was so distinguished for its
manly prowess that it not only overran much of the neighbouring
territory but even subdued a large part of Europe and Asia."
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything that
can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by
a woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same
character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was
a much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically
long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's
pretty simple to understand.
All tautologies are simple to understand.  They simply happen to not
mean anything.  All apples are apples.  Big whoop.
What I sated is a statement of fact. You clearly don't understand what a
tautology is either. If you were referring to logic, which is the only
possible use of the term that would apply, then you are agreeing with
me, since a tautology is a statement that is true by necessity or by
virtue of its logical form. The character of a man doesn't need to be
young or old to be the character of man. It only needs to be the
character of a man.
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Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in
which she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
Really.  So tell me what it is that you admire most about Theresa May.
How does she make your world a better place by existing in it?
Where did I imply that Theresa May was making the world a better place?
How does that logically follow from her not being a sex object?
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim
that there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight.
And yet women do fight wars.
I mentioned Amazons. That doesn't change the fact women fighting wars
are a tiny minority. Fighting wars is not women's business. The argument
for women not being given the jobs of men is stated by Ian Fleming in
Casino Royale.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa
where she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior
sergeant in August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills.
When the Romanians gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941,
her unit was withdrawn by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean
Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than eight months.[5][7]
In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by
the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers. Her
total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or
not. But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that.
I wasn't claiming she was a man.
So, you concede to the logic of my argument.
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a
master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her
abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai
of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned throughout
the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles
and Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus and
Diodorus.
Neither of them described Amazons as existing in the present tense in
their time.  They were just passing on folktales.
They both cited eyewitness reports of Amazons existing, and described
where and how they lived. That's primary historical evidence, and you
have nothing whatsoever with which to refute it.
There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
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as well.
No. There isn't.  The Scythian women who were warriors did not live
Oh yes there is.
separately from men.  The mythological Amazons may have been inspired by
They obviously needed men to breed with, otherwise they wouldn't have
lasted very long.
the northern tribes where women learned arms but they they were not the
same as those women.
Oh yes they were. Herodotus and Diodorus both document their existence
and that was the historical consensus so a refutation will be virtually
impossible.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up
people with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They
could come out of a regeneration as virtually anything that
can be portrayed by a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically
long scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
So what?
The character of a man doesn't need to be young or old to be the
character of man.
Thank you for your meaningless response.
It it only meaningless to someone who doesn't have the ability to
comprehend English. The character of man only needs to display the
psychological traits of a man to be the character of a man. It's pretty
simple to understand.
Or what is going on around him.
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years
suddenly turned into a female.
So then you weren't telling the truth when you claimed that writing a
woman like a man is a problem?
Ripply was an original character that was always a woman written as a
man. What works with Ripply in Alien doesn't work with the Doctor in
Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a decent self respecting role model. He is a father and
a grandfather. He has at least two wives, one child, and one grandchild.
Ripply on the other hand, by acting like a man in the manner in which
she does, is perceived as a sex object,
I get the impression that's all you perceive any woman as.
I don't perceive Theresa May as a sex object, so your statement is
proven false, without me having to cite any further examples.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is
the way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and
trying to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be?
An example of how your claims about what women can't be are
unjustified by reality.
I don't think so. The woman was a whore.
Which has what to do with her being a counter example to your claim that
there are no women who were "hunters" and "warriors"?
I said fighting wars is men's business, and men evolved to be hunters
and to fight. Women did not. A woman pretending to be a man doesn't
change that. It's a woman pretending to be a man, and everyone can see
it's all pretense.
Let's see who would win in a game for football between England's men and
England's womens' teams.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa
where she recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior
sergeant in August 1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When
the Romanians gained control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit
was withdrawn by sea to Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6]
where she fought for more than eight months.[5][7] In May 1942
newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko was cited by the Southern
Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers. Her total of
confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5] including 36
enemy snipers.
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
Pavlichenko killed a lot of soldiers with it.
Is that really something to boast about.
I don't know whether Pavlichenko boasted about being a war hero or not.
But she was one.
She was acting like a man, but she wasn't a man, and nothing you say
changes that. It doesn't represent the majority of women in the real
world and portraying women in this manner is actually setting back
women's issues not promoting them.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
<<Victoria screenwriter Daisy Goodwin says TV dramas are "airbrushing
reality" by having too many powerful female characters.
"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.
She said it was a "two way split" as "on one hand you want to promote
positive role models for little girls but [on the other] let them know
it's not that easy and you might have to deal with a lot of negative
remarks.">>
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and
battle skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master
of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in
combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and
her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942?
No.  What are you babbling about?
Seems I got Pavlichenko mixed up with Bugeisha
There were Amazons that could use swords too. Guess what Herakles and
Theseus went and did? Domesticated them.
No.  They didn't.  And Amazons were mythological anyway.  Tomoe Gozen
really existed.
The Amazons are historically testified to as existing by Herodotus and
Diodorus. There is also archaeological evidence to show their existence
as well.
"In the myth of Hercules, Hippolyta's girdle (ζωστᜎρ
ጹππολύτης) was the
object of his ninth labor. He was sent to retrieve it for Admete, the
daughter of King Eurystheus. Most versions of the myth indicate that
Hippolyta was so impressed with Hercules that she gave him the girdle
without argument, perhaps while visiting him on his ship. ...
In the myth of Theseus, the hero joined Heracles in his expedition, or
went on a separate expedition later, and was actually the one who had
the encounter with Hippolyta. Some versions say he abducted her, some
that Heracles did the abducting but gave her to Theseus as spoils, and
others say that she fell in love with Theseus and betrayed the Amazons
by willingly leaving with him. In any case, she was taken to Athens
where she was wed to Theseus, being the only Amazon to ever marry."
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30
and 50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The
Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
He's first a foremost a spy. He hates killing people, especially in cold
blood. He doesn't even kill anyone in Casino Royale. Oh wait a moment,
that's a spoiler, and you've not read it.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system
based on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly
under 50% chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?
Bond wasn't gambling to enjoy himself. He was sent to do a job in order
to stop Le Chiffre from winning back the money he had embezzled from the
union he controlled; which would both destroy the union and Le Chiffre.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out
of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by
a human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a
woman and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a
much younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long
scarf who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same
character was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and
doing everything in the manner of man.
Bullshit.
No, its a fact FACT! Just look at Whittaker trying to emulate James Bond
on the cranes.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question?  Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
I've already answered that. The character of the Doctor is that of man.
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's shit writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He wrote most of the stories, and dictated what the others should be
about. That's why he was show runner and head writer. The ball stops
with him.
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He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse
than Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
I've already seen her perform. She's always been a terrible actress that
never played anything except hysterical northern woman.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had
a sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bullshit.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would
not exist.
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the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
Because she wasn't a character that had been male for 55 years suddenly
turned into a female.
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow.  You really hate women.
No.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the
way a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and trying
to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Who is this supposed to be? Some cross dressing, bi-sexual French
prostitute? Is that what you want women to aspire to?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where she
recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in August
1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians gained
control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by sea to
Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than
eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko
was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers.
Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.
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Oh, look, a woman with a gun!
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She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and battle
skills.  She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of the
katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat were
equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her prowess as a
general was renowned throughout the country.
Samurai's in 1942? You remember what Indiana Jones' solution to that
problem would have been?
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You are an idiot.
You are a fool.
TTD, Johnson is clueless!
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Chibnall is not the right showrunner!
Starts of with Ryan and a special woman on Youtube?
You are looking incoherent.
So Ryan and his father will share adventure. Love he mixed couple.
Hate the tempter.
Ryan's father ran away and deserted him and his mother. It's yes more
evidence of constant misandry in Chibnall's writing.
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The Doctor needing someone to work a crane?  I thought The
Dcotor knew how?!
Jump and fight.  Longer legs needed?  More brains please.
And this is where the entire idea of a woman playing the Doctor falls
apart, because like James Bond, the character of the Doctor is that of a
man.
Danial Craig can jump between two cranes in Casino Royale and you don't
give it a second thought because men can do this, it's in their nature
and biological make up, they can jump higher and further than women, and
they have the hunting instinct and testosterone which makes them do so.
Women do not. So having Whittaker trying to act like James Bond simply
doesn't have any credibility.
And that's before we get to the part where she magics the alien away
with a throwaway line about something she did earlier, which no one, not
even the viewer saw her do.
Just imagine the scene with James Bond, in Casino Royale, tided down to
that bottomless chair by Le Chiffre, and having his balls and arse
whipped with a carpet beater; and put Whittaker in his place. And just
when Le Chiffre moves to cut Whittaker's balls off... uhum... that's not
going to work is it?... to cut Whittaker's clitoris off... uhum... that
won't work either... to rape her... ok that will work, she tells him
that she implanted a DNA bomb in the drink which he drank, way back when
they were in the Casino, in a moment of underhanded skulduggery no one
ever saw, and not even the writer described at the time, or the director
showed to the viewer; and the moment he touches his zipper he blows up,
and she's free.
Ian Fleming wouldn't have sold a single copy of his novel if he came up
with something so ridiculous as having Bond save himself by something he
did earlier which the reader is never told about, and which is never
even hinted at, until Le Chiffre suddenly explodes, and then Bond
explains it all to him as he's dying.
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Ryna's dad not reliable.  Fear Her comes to mind.
Graham 3 years with Grace and he looks weak!
Chibnall loves making all men look weak. Ryan, Graham, Karl too.
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Chibnall fail!
Pathetic!!  Chibnall must move on!  Lousy everything, plot,
premise, ideas ...
Whittaker looks like a bumbling fool.
Bradley Walsh as Graham , no spine!  It is time to clean house!
Just glimpses of upcoming stars.  Chibnall and Whittaker out now!
Hear, Hear!
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You do not deserve to be renewed in 2019!
Got back to the regeneration scene
and correct the error from Twice Upon A time. 1/10
Whittaker should have gone splat. She's not playing the Doctor. She's
Captain Scarlet O'Hara.
Grow up.
Whine whine whine whine whine.  You know that if you found
yourself in
the TARDIS with the real Doctor she'd find a Dalek to dump you in
front of just to make you stop whining.
The real Doctor wouldn't be a woman. The character of the Doctor
is that of a man, just like James Bond.
That is of course false.  The character of the Doctor is that of
an alien, not a man.  James Bond's name is male.  The Doctor has
no name.
James Bond is just a number, 007, so the choice of who is assigned
that number is arbitrary. Even the Master had to change its name to
Missy, when it was turned into a woman by Moffat.
James Bond's romantic history would be absurd if he was female.
The Doctor has virtually no romantic history and what little
romantic history he had was a mistake best left forgotten.  James
Bond is
The Doctor is a grandfather
And it was long since established that relationship was not genetic.
No it hasn't. Susan is a Time Lord and acknowledged as the Doctor's
biological granddaughter.
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and married at least twice, both times to
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women. Since Paul McGann, the Doctor has kissed almost as many
woman as James Bond in that time.
What specific way to put it.
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required to be an athletic, violent man between the ages of 30 and
50 who can't keep it in his pants and drinks and gambles. The
Doctor could
You've obviously not read any of the books.
Of course I've read the books.
James Bond doesn't like
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violence at all. He hates having to use it, and hates needlessly
killing people.
If he really hated violence he wouldn't be a professional assassin.
You've not read the books, and I mean the ones by Ian Fleming. James
Bond explicitly hated violence and hating having to hurt or kill people,
Once again he's a professional assassin so he can't have hated it that
much.
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especially when they were only following orders and doing what they
taught was right, and Bond was not one to judge them, especially when
they had not done anything personally against him.
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His only vice is serial smoking.
Nonsense.  He's the highly adept gambler that Ian Fleming wished he was.
You've clearly not read the books. James Bond was playing a system based
on statistics, and he always knew that he only had a slightly under 50%
chance of beating Le Chiffre, and always feared he would lose.
You do know that wasn't the only time he was described as gambling, right?
And yes,
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James Bond always admitted he was afraid.
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But most importantly
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he doesn't like women doing men's jobs, and keeps it in his pants
until after the job is done.
No.  He doesn't.
Oh yes, HE DOES!
Right. I suppose technically his affair with Jill Masterson happens in
between his first meeting with Goldfinger and his actually being
assigned to do something about Goldfinger. I forgot that because it was
stupid.
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You've definitely not read the books at all.
What was going to be the name of the martini that James Bond invented
and explain the story behind it?
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be any age, any race.  They could run around beating up people
with Venusian martial arts or be a pacifist.  They could come out
of a regeneration as virtually anything that can be portrayed by a
human actor.
007 could be anyone that M thinks is most suitable for the job.
The point is that if either 007 or the Doctor are played by a woman
and behaved like a woman they would not be the same character.
The Doctor is never the same character. Jon Pertwee's was a
sexagenarian man of action in an opera cape.  Tom Baker's was a much
younger cunning and whimsical trickster in a comically long scarf
who felt things much more deeply.
The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
It was always of someone who was old...until it wasn't.
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and is still that
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of a man. Roger Moor played James Bond differently to both Sean
Connery and George Lazenby. The thing that kept it the same character
was being a man.
The thing that keeps the Doctor the same character is being an alien
in a phone booth.
No! The thing that keeps the Doctor the character is thinking and doing
everything in the manner of man.
Bull.
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The character
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of both as has been firmly established is that of a man,
Or in the Doctor's case an alien who periodically reincarnates as a
new person in unpredictable ways.
There have been almost as many actors who have played James Bond on
screen, especially if you include the Peter Sellers, David Niven,
Woody Allen version of Casino Royal and the original 1950s TVM.
Which I don't.
So 6 then, if you only count the EON productions.
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In all cases all of the actors were men.
James Bond would not work with the character being a woman, read
Casino Royale for the reasons why, and neither does Doctor Who
Why not?
Read Casino Royale. It's explained repeatedly.
Did you deliberately avoid understanding the question? Why wouldn't
Doctor Who work with the character being a woman?
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as its been
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written by Chibnall and acted by Whittaker.
No, that's not good enough.  The last Doctor sucked and he was male and
That was down to Maffat's writing.
You do know that he didn't personally write the episodes, right?
He had already given up in 2013
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when Matt Smith left and gone with him.
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you guys were denouncing the horror that is women many months before
you saw anything of the actual performance.
And we were right. Whittaker's performance was terrible, and worse than
Capaldi's.
And thank you for that unbiased evaluation that you totally hadn't
already decided before seeing anything of her performance.
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and Chibnall
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had all the scripts for this series written in exactly that way,
because he didn't tell any of his writers that the Doctor had had a
sex change;
For what reason would the writing be different?
Because women act, think, and behave differently to men.
Bull.
It's a biological and evolutionary fact, and if they didn't we would not
exist.
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Exactly how should Ripley have acted differently in Alien if
the part had been written for a woman instead of just played by a woman?
Ripley was written as a man.
And yet, it worked just fine with the character played by a woman.
It wouldn't have worked with her written as
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a woman. The Alien would have taken her first.
Wow. You really hate women.
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The character of the Doctor is that of a man, not a woman,
How is it a man?  What is distinctly masculine about the Doctor?
The way he thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations is the way
a man thinks, acts, and deals with people and situations.
A woman wouldn't be jumping between the masts of two cranes and trying
to behave like James Bond.
Fighting wars is men's business. It all comes
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down to primal instincts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_d%27Aubigny
Eventually, she grew bored of Sérannes and became involved with a young
woman. When the girl's parents put her away in the Visitandines convent
in Avignon, La Maupin followed, entering the convent as a postulant. In
order to run away with her new love, she stole the body of a dead nun,
placed it in the bed of her lover, and set the room on fire to cover
their escape.[3]
n Villeperdue, still wearing men's clothing, she was insulted by a young
nobleman. They fought a duel and she drove her blade through his
shoulder. The next day, she asked about his health and found out he was
Louis-Joseph d'Albert Luynes, son of the Duke of Luynes. Later, one of
his companions came to offer d'Albert's apologies. She went to his room
and subsequently they became lovers and, later, lifelong friends.
Her Paris career was interrupted around 1695, when she kissed a young
woman at a society ball and was challenged to duels by three different
noblemen. She beat them all, but fell afoul of the king's law that
forbade duels in Paris. She fled to Brussels to wait for calmer times.
There, she was briefly the mistress of Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of
Bavaria.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyudmila_Pavlichenko
Pavlichenko fought for about two and a half months near Odessa where she
recorded 187 kills.[6] She was promoted to senior sergeant in August
1941 when she reached 100 confirmed kills. When the Romanians gained
control of Odessa on 15 October 1941, her unit was withdrawn by sea to
Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula,[6] where she fought for more than
eight months.[5][7] In May 1942 newly promoted Lieutenant Pavlichenko
was cited by the Southern Army Council for killing 257 German soldiers.
Her total of confirmed kills during World War II was 309,[8][5]
including 36 enemy snipers.
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/ancient-history/onna-bugeisha-female-samurai-warriors.html
She was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and battle
skills. She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of the
katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat were
equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her prowess as a
general was renowned throughout the country.
You are an idiot.
You must be a freind of Steven Wilson!
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The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
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The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
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The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
The Doctor is not himself!
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The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
Why doesn't it work? The Doctor is an alien who looks like a human and
played by a human. Why can't the Doctor be a man who looks like a woman and
is played by a woman?

(Personally, I like the idea of pissing off people by saying the Doctor is
still a man despite the actor being female.)
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The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
Why doesn't it work?  The Doctor is an alien who looks like a human and
played by a human.  Why can't the Doctor be a man who looks like a woman
and is played by a woman?
Apart from the fact that Whittaker is a terrible and unconvincing
actress; that for 55 years the Doctor has been established as being a
man; that the interaction between her and her companions is all wrong,
that Chibnall, as with all of his writing, is using the show to attack
and demean heterosexual men; that the Doctor is not there to be a sex
object; that Whittaker looks feeble, couldn't expected to run or fight
like a man; or represent a credible authority figure, because show is
being written like a scientist or a real Doctor; and she screeches and
squeals like Mickey Mouse; she doesn't represent reality, as you can see
below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343

<<Victoria screenwriter Daisy Goodwin says TV dramas are "airbrushing
reality" by having too many powerful female characters.

"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.

"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.

"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.

She said it was a "two way split" as "on one hand you want to promote
positive role models for little girls but [on the other] let them know
it's not that easy and you might have to deal with a lot of negative
remarks.">>
(Personally, I like the idea of pissing off people by saying the Doctor
is still a man despite the actor being female.)
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The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
Why doesn't it work?  The Doctor is an alien who looks like a human and
played by a human.  Why can't the Doctor be a man who looks like a woman
and is played by a woman?
Apart from the fact that Whittaker is a terrible and unconvincing
actress; that for 55 years the Doctor has been established as being a
man; that the interaction between her and her companions is all wrong,
that Chibnall, as with all of his writing, is using the show to attack
and demean heterosexual men; that the Doctor is not there to be a sex
object; that Whittaker looks feeble, couldn't expected to run or fight
like a man; or represent a credible authority figure, because show is
being written like a scientist or a real Doctor; and she screeches and
squeals like Mickey Mouse; she doesn't represent reality, as you can see
below.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45803343
<<Victoria screenwriter Daisy Goodwin says TV dramas are "airbrushing
reality" by having too many powerful female characters.
"There's something slightly troubling about the fact that there's lots
of women in power but even the snipers [in Bodyguard] were women,"
Goodwin told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
"All the police officers were women and I just don't believe that is
necessarily an accurate representation of what goes on in the police at
the moment.
"I think its unrealistic to pretend on television that women and men are
treated equally and that's not the case," Goodwin added.
She said it was a "two way split" as "on one hand you want to promote
positive role models for little girls but [on the other] let them know
it's not that easy and you might have to deal with a lot of negative
remarks.">>
(Personally, I like the idea of pissing off people by saying the Doctor
is still a man despite the actor being female.)
DJ might not get it!
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The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
It's still the character of a man, even with Whittaker playing it, and
that's why it doesn't work.
Why doesn't it work? The Doctor is an alien who looks like a human and
played by a human. Why can't the Doctor be a man who looks like a woman and
is played by a woman?
(Personally, I like the idea of pissing off people by saying the Doctor is
still a man despite the actor being female.)
Too bad mitser is a feminised / emascualted man!
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The character of the Doctor was always that of a man,
The character of the Doctor was always of an old man...until it wasn't.
It was always the character of a man.
...until it wasn't.
The doctor is not himself!
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent. His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
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2018-10-10 11:18:08 UTC
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent.  His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
Here's some more spoilers for you... James Bond is explicitly labeled as
a spy by having having the Russian letter S for Spy inscribed onto the
back of his hand with a knife.
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent.  His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
My mistake. I've just checked the QI clip, and it turns
out Bond was actually an "intelligence officer".

https://youtu.be/qmekjjVjNL0

But still not a "spy".
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Here's some more spoilers for you... James Bond is explicitly labeled as
a spy by having having the Russian letter S for Spy inscribed onto the
back of his hand with a knife.
That just means the Russians thought he was a spy. It
doesn't mean they were right.
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent.  His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
My mistake. I've just checked the QI clip, and it turns
out Bond was actually an "intelligence officer".
https://youtu.be/qmekjjVjNL0
But still not a "spy".
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Here's some more spoilers for you... James Bond is explicitly labeled as
a spy by having having the Russian letter S for Spy inscribed onto the
back of his hand with a knife.
That just means the Russians thought he was a spy. It
doesn't mean they were right.
Easy on Sp. No need to lose feathers over this.
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent.  His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
Here's some more spoilers for you... James Bond is explicitly labeled as
a spy by having having the Russian letter S for Spy inscribed onto the
back of his hand with a knife.
Shpion similar to the Fench word espion.
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He's first a foremost a spy.
As QI once pointed out, he's not a spy but a secret agent.  His job
isn't merely gathering information about the bad guys, but also doing
something about them.
Here's some more spoilers for you... James Bond is explicitly labeled as
a spy by having having the Russian letter S for Spy inscribed onto the
back of his hand with a knife.
Shpion similar to the Fench word espion.
Yes. An upside down M with a hook on it.
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