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The term is almost over! Yay! I'm way too happy about that.

So, a certain co-worker is a giant fan of Caterina Scorsone, so I am taping Alice for her, as she has no way of taping it. When she'll actually get to watch it? No body knows, and since I'm taping it, I have decided to watch it (lets ignore the fact that Andrew Lee Potts (Conner!) and Tim Curry being in it helped in my decision). So far, I find it enjoyable. It has been a really long time since I've read or watched anything relating to Alice in Wonderland (partially because certain family members cannot stand the story because they personally find it disturbing), so there is a copy in the house somewhere. Where? No one knows. Seems it was read to me a long, long time ago. So long ago, I don't remember hearing it, but know the story well enough that I'm not all confused, but I still forget random bits.

Of course, watching this reminds me I have yet to see the latest season of Primeval, and I have yet to watch Waters of Mars, and the last two episodes of Children of Earth, so I shall get to that during my break I suppose. It even reminds me that I have a whole list of other stuff to watch, but that can be ignored for now I suppose... Or I'll mix them together. I do have the last two episodes of CoE on video somewhere in the house, as I did tape it during its run (which was the same week of the convention, so it is understandable in a way as to why I didn't see the last two), but as soon as I could watch them, I had already misplaced them (or broken the tapes, as that seems to be happening as of late).

Livejournal seems to be having problems with email alerts lately. Kind of frustrating in a way, but I suppose it is alright... Arg.

You know you watch too much stuff with subtitles, when while searching for something on YouTube, you suddenly wonder why nothing is labelled as having subs, and then you realize the entire thing is in English anyways... I'm not tired at all. >.>;

It still gives me odd amusement to watch people try to turn their arm "backwards", when they can't.
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The term is almost over! Yay! I'm way too happy about that.

So, a certain co-worker is a giant fan of Caterina Scorsone, so I am taping Alice for her, as she has no way of taping it. When she'll actually get to watch it? No body knows, and since I'm taping it, I have decided to watch it (lets ignore the fact that Andrew Lee Potts (Conner!) and Tim Curry being in it helped in my decision). So far, I find it enjoyable. It has been a really long time since I've read or watched anything relating to Alice in Wonderland (partially because certain family members cannot stand the story because they personally find it disturbing), so there is a copy in the house somewhere. Where? No one knows. Seems it was read to me a long, long time ago. So long ago, I don't remember hearing it, but know the story well enough that I'm not all confused, but I still forget random bits.

Of course, watching this reminds me I have yet to see the latest season of Primeval, and I have yet to watch Waters of Mars, and the last two episodes of Children of Earth, so I shall get to that during my break I suppose. It even reminds me that I have a whole list of other stuff to watch, but that can be ignored for now I suppose... Or I'll mix them together. I do have the last two episodes of CoE on video somewhere in the house, as I did tape it during its run (which was the same week of the convention, so it is understandable in a way as to why I didn't see the last two), but as soon as I could watch them, I had already misplaced them (or broken the tapes, as that seems to be happening as of late).

Livejournal seems to be having problems with email alerts lately. Kind of frustrating in a way, but I suppose it is alright... Arg.

You know you watch too much stuff with subtitles, when while searching for something on YouTube, you suddenly wonder why nothing is labelled as having subs, and then you realize the entire thing is in English anyways... I'm not tired at all. >.>;

It still gives me odd amusement to watch people try to turn their arm "backwards", when they can't.
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It feels wrong that Feathers McGraw still scares me, which I've never understood why... On that note, Wallace and Gromit is awesome. Still, evil penguin is evil.

I have a test in the morning, so that should be fun. It's anthropology. I made flow charts and shit like that to study. Seems if you do that, seven pages of notes becomes one. I love charts. Either way, this means I'm actually going to be before three, as I'm going right after I post this.

I'm thinking I need to stop cracking my shoulders, elbows, and wrists. It can't possibly be good for me at all. Ah well, I suppose it's alright.

I'm off to sleep now. Night.
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It feels wrong that Feathers McGraw still scares me, which I've never understood why... On that note, Wallace and Gromit is awesome. Still, evil penguin is evil.

I have a test in the morning, so that should be fun. It's anthropology. I made flow charts and shit like that to study. Seems if you do that, seven pages of notes becomes one. I love charts. Either way, this means I'm actually going to be before three, as I'm going right after I post this.

I'm thinking I need to stop cracking my shoulders, elbows, and wrists. It can't possibly be good for me at all. Ah well, I suppose it's alright.

I'm off to sleep now. Night.
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I'm kind of sad I'm going to be away next week. This up-coming Saturday especially. I kind of want to watch Eurovision now, just because it sounds like it will be hillarious.

here to Ireland's Entry. Got to Love them. )

Last Year's Entry embedding disabled

The UK's entry from last year. So much better than this years. )

Why am I up? I have a headache and I work at nine thirty... Ah well.

Anyways, back to Eurovision. I must watch it! Eventually. If any of you want to watch it (Non-European's that is), you can watch it online here. Sadly, the singing Turkey will not win. :( Ah well.

Neil Gaiman on the Doctor/Hamlet. Certain people will appreciate this. )

Because of the Doctor Who-ness here, I will note. YAY! RTD leaves and in comes Steve Moffat!

Back from some form of lunacy. I started watching Cry-Baby today. Such a silly crack movie. Young Johnny Depp FTW! Either way, it was on Bravo (I love Bravo. *remembers watching Dame Edna on that channel when she was young*), but the tv was ursurped from me, and thus my mom was weirded out by it. It's hillariously stupid at some points on purpose though. Must remember to finish watching it. *adds to list of movies to watch*

Now that I think of it, I'm surprised my mom likes/liked Dame Edna. Weird.

Randomly decided to look up my birth day on Wiki.
Points of highlight. )
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I'm kind of sad I'm going to be away next week. This up-coming Saturday especially. I kind of want to watch Eurovision now, just because it sounds like it will be hillarious.

here to Ireland's Entry. Got to Love them. )

Last Year's Entry embedding disabled

The UK's entry from last year. So much better than this years. )

Why am I up? I have a headache and I work at nine thirty... Ah well.

Anyways, back to Eurovision. I must watch it! Eventually. If any of you want to watch it (Non-European's that is), you can watch it online here. Sadly, the singing Turkey will not win. :( Ah well.

Neil Gaiman on the Doctor/Hamlet. Certain people will appreciate this. )

Because of the Doctor Who-ness here, I will note. YAY! RTD leaves and in comes Steve Moffat!

Back from some form of lunacy. I started watching Cry-Baby today. Such a silly crack movie. Young Johnny Depp FTW! Either way, it was on Bravo (I love Bravo. *remembers watching Dame Edna on that channel when she was young*), but the tv was ursurped from me, and thus my mom was weirded out by it. It's hillariously stupid at some points on purpose though. Must remember to finish watching it. *adds to list of movies to watch*

Now that I think of it, I'm surprised my mom likes/liked Dame Edna. Weird.

Randomly decided to look up my birth day on Wiki.
Points of highlight. )
clipsie: (doctorwho!daughterjenny)
Started watching Life on Mars again. Why did I stop before? Oh, right. Needed somewhere to watch it. Problem solved I suppose. On to the last episode of series one. Also, in news on Life on Mars, there is going to be an American version... I saw a preview. The Dialogue matched the British one very similarly in the little bits I saw. Wonder if it will suck as much as Viva Laughlin (I totally spelt that wrong. I think. Not going to look it up, not worth my time.) did? Which brings me to the fact, they cast shame on Blackpool.

John Simm verses not very awesome person I suppose. )

Can't wait until friday. No work! Yay!

So, telling people your preferences is fun. Especially if they don't know you all that well. People who have known you for a while will grin and shake their heads (note: Cody), where as others will just stare at you. I quite enjoy getting the staring reaction a lot. It's fun. They have no idea what to say. Not going to tell you the topic in which they was technically in recently though.
clipsie: (doctorwho!daughterjenny)
Started watching Life on Mars again. Why did I stop before? Oh, right. Needed somewhere to watch it. Problem solved I suppose. On to the last episode of series one. Also, in news on Life on Mars, there is going to be an American version... I saw a preview. The Dialogue matched the British one very similarly in the little bits I saw. Wonder if it will suck as much as Viva Laughlin (I totally spelt that wrong. I think. Not going to look it up, not worth my time.) did? Which brings me to the fact, they cast shame on Blackpool.

John Simm verses not very awesome person I suppose. )

Can't wait until friday. No work! Yay!

So, telling people your preferences is fun. Especially if they don't know you all that well. People who have known you for a while will grin and shake their heads (note: Cody), where as others will just stare at you. I quite enjoy getting the staring reaction a lot. It's fun. They have no idea what to say. Not going to tell you the topic in which they was technically in recently though.
clipsie: (doctorwho!rosstuhface)
A-hoy-hoy.

Impressive... My iTunes started playing where I closed it yesterday. That's never happened to me before, or I never noticed. Could be either. Beautiful by Smashing Pumpkins.

So, typing up essays isn't good for my health. I start doing html to do things such as italics, instead of the whole ctrl+I thing you normally do... I write online way to much for my own good. I suppose that's alright though, as it means I still have some sembliance of grammar.

Today I signed up for university next year. I'm taking Human Orgins, Writing for University Science (this is a random filler to give me three more credit hours so I can take Dystopian Futures and Science Fiction english courses, as you need six credit hours, and I currently have three.), General Chem one and two, General Physics one and two, Calculus one and two, and Intro to Sociology (I think this is right... Can't remember properly on that last one.). Some how, I had no problem signing up, and didn't have to change them around like I did last year, mind I was a bit late last year. I won't be able to work Tuesdays or Wednesdays (I'm dancing about that one), as those are my busy days. My boss is going to be all, "Why do you keep signing up for things on Tuesdays?" for a week again. Can't help it I suppose.

I might end up doing English rather than Science in the future. I'm enjoying university english way more than high school english. I managed a fairly good mark too. Maybe it's because high school english is stupid? Or I grew up a little.

I'm looking for book recommendations. On that note, here is an e-book. Enjoy if you download.

I can't go to Iron Man on Monday now. I have to close (this is all Brendyn's fault by the way. All the bastards fault. The sad part is, bastard isn't even an insult for him...) the store that night. Quite sad. I don't work Wednesday night though.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall is an excellent movie. I quite recommend it to everyone. Also, Russell Brand for the win! He's quite awesome, as he is fairly funny. Either way.

Also, Christian Bale is Welsh (Liz and I were discussing this.) and he grew up in California, Portugal, and Oxfordshire and Dorset (England). So, I believe we are both right and wrong. Heh.

Today was a stupid day as well. I was late for work, it was freakishly busy, didn't get out until half past eleven, and wound up not teaching supervisor the entire night as it was too busy. I also kept muttering/trying to teach fuck off in Welsh. This reminds me I want to learn Gaelic (Gei-lic (Irish), Galic (Scotish). Got to remember the differences.). Ooo, or Welsh. Any of the three really, I'm quite fond of them. Now if only I could find my Scots Gaelic dictionary.

Also, if you watch the Doctor Who episode Father's Day, pay attention to the radio playing at a certain point.
clipsie: (doctorwho!rosstuhface)
A-hoy-hoy.

Impressive... My iTunes started playing where I closed it yesterday. That's never happened to me before, or I never noticed. Could be either. Beautiful by Smashing Pumpkins.

So, typing up essays isn't good for my health. I start doing html to do things such as italics, instead of the whole ctrl+I thing you normally do... I write online way to much for my own good. I suppose that's alright though, as it means I still have some sembliance of grammar.

Today I signed up for university next year. I'm taking Human Orgins, Writing for University Science (this is a random filler to give me three more credit hours so I can take Dystopian Futures and Science Fiction english courses, as you need six credit hours, and I currently have three.), General Chem one and two, General Physics one and two, Calculus one and two, and Intro to Sociology (I think this is right... Can't remember properly on that last one.). Some how, I had no problem signing up, and didn't have to change them around like I did last year, mind I was a bit late last year. I won't be able to work Tuesdays or Wednesdays (I'm dancing about that one), as those are my busy days. My boss is going to be all, "Why do you keep signing up for things on Tuesdays?" for a week again. Can't help it I suppose.

I might end up doing English rather than Science in the future. I'm enjoying university english way more than high school english. I managed a fairly good mark too. Maybe it's because high school english is stupid? Or I grew up a little.

I'm looking for book recommendations. On that note, here is an e-book. Enjoy if you download.

I can't go to Iron Man on Monday now. I have to close (this is all Brendyn's fault by the way. All the bastards fault. The sad part is, bastard isn't even an insult for him...) the store that night. Quite sad. I don't work Wednesday night though.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall is an excellent movie. I quite recommend it to everyone. Also, Russell Brand for the win! He's quite awesome, as he is fairly funny. Either way.

Also, Christian Bale is Welsh (Liz and I were discussing this.) and he grew up in California, Portugal, and Oxfordshire and Dorset (England). So, I believe we are both right and wrong. Heh.

Today was a stupid day as well. I was late for work, it was freakishly busy, didn't get out until half past eleven, and wound up not teaching supervisor the entire night as it was too busy. I also kept muttering/trying to teach fuck off in Welsh. This reminds me I want to learn Gaelic (Gei-lic (Irish), Galic (Scotish). Got to remember the differences.). Ooo, or Welsh. Any of the three really, I'm quite fond of them. Now if only I could find my Scots Gaelic dictionary.

Also, if you watch the Doctor Who episode Father's Day, pay attention to the radio playing at a certain point.
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I got tagged... )

I had this random thought in responce to a thread on lj in reference to death being on Torchwood:
But what is an alien but something seen as an 'unworldly' beings. Something not from this place and time. Something that does not truly exist in our world, but elsewhere. That being said, all mythological figures could be concidered alien, as they are not 'human' but different.

That being said, Death is therefore an Alien. I think I'm being a bit liberal here, but it's a passing thought.


Anyways. There was something I was to write here, yet I don't remember it. Night.
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I got tagged... )

I had this random thought in responce to a thread on lj in reference to death being on Torchwood:
But what is an alien but something seen as an 'unworldly' beings. Something not from this place and time. Something that does not truly exist in our world, but elsewhere. That being said, all mythological figures could be concidered alien, as they are not 'human' but different.

That being said, Death is therefore an Alien. I think I'm being a bit liberal here, but it's a passing thought.


Anyways. There was something I was to write here, yet I don't remember it. Night.
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Alrighty. What to say... I have no idea to be honest. I'm kind of upset about the avaliability of Life On Mars in Canada to appear to be Null. Also... Why the fuck would they do an American version? Remember what happened to Blackpool... That was awful.
clipsie: (doctorwho!jack)
Alrighty. What to say... I have no idea to be honest. I'm kind of upset about the avaliability of Life On Mars in Canada to appear to be Null. Also... Why the fuck would they do an American version? Remember what happened to Blackpool... That was awful.

Haiyacha

Jan. 7th, 2008 01:46 am
clipsie: (noelandrussell)
Back to classes. I don't know whether I am looking forward to this or not. Also, I have to lose like all of my money tomorrow. Ah well.

I totally died my hair. It's red now.

AH! This schedule made me squee. I'm so happy I convinced my mom to get BBCK now. The sad part is, there is a severe lack of Little Britain, but that's okay. The Graham Norton Show, The Mighty Boosh, and such. I'm very-ish excited. Especially seeing how American TV isn't going to be going very far.

Also, jPod starts on Tuesday. So excited for that show. I love the book.

Off to bed now. Night.

Haiyacha

Jan. 7th, 2008 01:46 am
clipsie: (noelandrussell)
Back to classes. I don't know whether I am looking forward to this or not. Also, I have to lose like all of my money tomorrow. Ah well.

I totally died my hair. It's red now.

AH! This schedule made me squee. I'm so happy I convinced my mom to get BBCK now. The sad part is, there is a severe lack of Little Britain, but that's okay. The Graham Norton Show, The Mighty Boosh, and such. I'm very-ish excited. Especially seeing how American TV isn't going to be going very far.

Also, jPod starts on Tuesday. So excited for that show. I love the book.

Off to bed now. Night.
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Year in review... In song format. Yay?

Anyways. I honestly don't have a New Years Resolution. I haven't had one in years. I find them to be quite pointless, and I just hate setting those kinds of goals. But, that matters little to be quite honest. I guess I'm just weird like that though.

*takes a short break to update her music files*

I'm debating telling Brendyn about the new P!ATD song demo. Yet, I don't quite know if I'm still mad at him. The way the song sounds and feels is it takes the place of Introduction on their first disk. It's called We're So Starving.

Anyways. I'm tempted to do a personal year in review, but I haven't actually accomplished anything at all. So, I guess I'll skip it. I would note though, that towards the end of the year, my posts have been more frequent and life oriented, so I think that's an accomplishment of sorts.

You know what, I've always wondered what happens when you change your user pics to different ones. If you picked a certain picture for a certain post, what happens when you remove it? I think I may do an experiment to find that out.

For the next while, I may be using TBFQS quotes. And, on that topic, I need to go buy DVD disks to put 2007s on. Quite hillarious, but it takes up too much memory on the computer. I also need to find a download for 2006s, as it was also hillarious. I got my sister to watch it today, and I was so proud of her for recognizing Jimmy Carr and Noel Fielding. She doesn't watch that kind of stuff as much as me, so, yay? OH! They asked a question about the Weeping Angels in it! I was so excited. One person/team got it right, but the again, he's a Doctor Who fan who gets those answers right every year. In fact, for the TV year in review, it ended with the Don't even blink speech.

Thanks to going out to hang with Simon, Alex, Liz, and co. last Thursday, I missed that days episode of Secret Diary of a Call Girl. I obviously swore vigariously (except not really) when I realized I missed it. To be quite honest, I had forgotten it was on. I did in fact catch todays though.

My mom just woke up.

I just realized what panto is... Traditionally performed at Christmas, with family audiences consisting mainly of children and parents, British pantomime is now a popular form of theatre, incorporating song, dance, buffoonery, slapstick, in-jokes, audience participation and mild sexual innuendo. Plots are often loosely based on traditional children's stories. (Taken from Wikipedia; Pantomime).
Mind you, it wasn't to hard to figure out, it's more of a reassurance of the actual type of play for this one I watched a few weeks back when I should have been preparing for exams.

Oh! Exams. I don't believe I posted this here, I may have, but I'm too lazy to check right now. For course marks, in Stats, I received a B+, and in Psych I received a B. I'm not sure what I got in Canadian Lit. yet.

So, basically nothings happened in life, so this is a very shit entry, but, meh?

EDIT Yes I know I didn't go to Alex's party. I totally got dragged off somewhere else, and to be honest, I really didn't care. I personally just don't want to really be around people right now anyways.
clipsie: (badbadhitler)
Year in review... In song format. Yay?

Anyways. I honestly don't have a New Years Resolution. I haven't had one in years. I find them to be quite pointless, and I just hate setting those kinds of goals. But, that matters little to be quite honest. I guess I'm just weird like that though.

*takes a short break to update her music files*

I'm debating telling Brendyn about the new P!ATD song demo. Yet, I don't quite know if I'm still mad at him. The way the song sounds and feels is it takes the place of Introduction on their first disk. It's called We're So Starving.

Anyways. I'm tempted to do a personal year in review, but I haven't actually accomplished anything at all. So, I guess I'll skip it. I would note though, that towards the end of the year, my posts have been more frequent and life oriented, so I think that's an accomplishment of sorts.

You know what, I've always wondered what happens when you change your user pics to different ones. If you picked a certain picture for a certain post, what happens when you remove it? I think I may do an experiment to find that out.

For the next while, I may be using TBFQS quotes. And, on that topic, I need to go buy DVD disks to put 2007s on. Quite hillarious, but it takes up too much memory on the computer. I also need to find a download for 2006s, as it was also hillarious. I got my sister to watch it today, and I was so proud of her for recognizing Jimmy Carr and Noel Fielding. She doesn't watch that kind of stuff as much as me, so, yay? OH! They asked a question about the Weeping Angels in it! I was so excited. One person/team got it right, but the again, he's a Doctor Who fan who gets those answers right every year. In fact, for the TV year in review, it ended with the Don't even blink speech.

Thanks to going out to hang with Simon, Alex, Liz, and co. last Thursday, I missed that days episode of Secret Diary of a Call Girl. I obviously swore vigariously (except not really) when I realized I missed it. To be quite honest, I had forgotten it was on. I did in fact catch todays though.

My mom just woke up.

I just realized what panto is... Traditionally performed at Christmas, with family audiences consisting mainly of children and parents, British pantomime is now a popular form of theatre, incorporating song, dance, buffoonery, slapstick, in-jokes, audience participation and mild sexual innuendo. Plots are often loosely based on traditional children's stories. (Taken from Wikipedia; Pantomime).
Mind you, it wasn't to hard to figure out, it's more of a reassurance of the actual type of play for this one I watched a few weeks back when I should have been preparing for exams.

Oh! Exams. I don't believe I posted this here, I may have, but I'm too lazy to check right now. For course marks, in Stats, I received a B+, and in Psych I received a B. I'm not sure what I got in Canadian Lit. yet.

So, basically nothings happened in life, so this is a very shit entry, but, meh?

EDIT Yes I know I didn't go to Alex's party. I totally got dragged off somewhere else, and to be honest, I really didn't care. I personally just don't want to really be around people right now anyways.

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