Sunday, 11 January 2015

Episode 6 - Terra Firma

In this episode we discuss the Doctor's mainly on, sometimes off relationship with Gaia. It's like a planetary soap opera, or a seasonal romantic comedy, or a producer's consideration of budgetary issues.

Hastily captioned screenshots to illustrate headcanon.

Cambridge Latin Course, the national curriculum's dead language handbook.

Chevron was using 'Libertarianism' in the most basic sense of personal freedom and autonomy, diskgrinder was working on the modern interpretations and appropriations of the term that are associated with anarchy, capitalism and selfishness. Unfortunately this was only cleared up once we were off mic. Carry on, nothing to see here.

Atlas Shrugged, a 1957 novel by diskgrinder's pin-up, Ayn Rand.

Hurrumble for Bleak Expectations!

From the corrections department

Genocide is not a verb, it's a noun. A nasty noun.

diskgrinder & B. Chevron


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1 comment:

  1. The Carl Sagan intro was top. That's chevron just there