deflected-narcissism:

Destory the idea that anyone who enjoys Steven Moffat work is an apologist incapable of recognising his faults as a writer.

Destory the idea that Steven Moffat fans defending a writer they admire is an action they take through hate and a refusal to listen, as oppose to a means of creating a positive space to absorb the media they love.

Destory the idea that Moffat fans are doing this for anyone other than themselves.

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maryjanewatson:

jen and pete are such a good teamup

maryjanewatson:

jen and pete are such a good teamup

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hannahblumenreich:

Every once in a while I see these two team up and it’s great. I want them to be best friends in a little-girl-slumber-party-friends kind of way. They would bond over things like crushes and hyphenated names. 
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hannahblumenreich:

Every once in a while I see these two team up and it’s great. I want them to be best friends in a little-girl-slumber-party-friends kind of way. They would bond over things like crushes and hyphenated names. 

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pattroughton:

spackoff:

pattroughton:

Reading posts about Braxiatel, it usually seems pretty obvious whether they’ve listened to the Bernice Summerfield audios or not. Because while Brax might be a bit of a dick in Gallifrey, wow is he something in the Benny audios.

I’m in the middle of both (season 3 of Gallifrey, season 10 of Benny), and I really have no idea what to think of him. My own little theory is that by the time he has the collection Pandora’s driven him mad, because he really is the king of bastards by that point.

Oh, get a bit farther and it (sort of) explains it. Pandora’s definitely part of it. (I think it’s in The Curse of Fenman.) And there’s also an explanation for how they’re so different.

I’m only around season 3 of Benny’s audios, and everyone’s always saying how he’s so manipulative, but the worst thing he’s done so far is talk her into doing her job when she’d rather stay home. SO I’m looking forward to the fun stuff.

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leela-of-the-sevateem:

petitedeath:

bonerfart:

soaply:

*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor 

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never forget, that this is a real screen shot.

What surprises me is how many people DON’T have a refridgerator. 0.4% is actually a noticeable figure.

If that’s 0.4% of all the households in the US, that’s 470,152 families without the means to keep their food safe. If it’s only households under the poverty line, it’s still almost 70,000 families (or 180,000 people).

In the United States, more than one out of five children lives in a household with food insecurity, which means they do not always know where they will find their next meal. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), in 2012, 15.9 million children under 18 in the United States live in this condition – unable to consistently access nutritious and adequate amounts of food necessary for a healthy life. (x)

I also wonder how many fridges are barely working, energy hogs, and/or belong to the landlord and not the resident.

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sixpenceee:

JOINTS IN MOTION

As said by IFL science

Cameron Drake of San Francisco has created a collection of magnificent images showing joints in motion. He was aided by orthopedic physician Dr. Noah Weiss and the finished product is completely amazing. If you’d like to know more about the project, please check out Drake’s blog.

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eatingwordswithkittywitch:

If the extended universe has taught me anything it’s never start a sentence with “The Doctor doesn’t-” because the Doctor has done pretty much everything at least once.

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standbackyoumewlingquim:

So basically Doctor Who summed up in a gif

standbackyoumewlingquim:

So basically Doctor Who summed up in a gif

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(Source: scarabzam)

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You’re determined to starve to death in here squabbling!

(Source: fallen-sparrow)

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moffat-rocks:

Just putting this out there…

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