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Monday, November 17, 2014

Doctor Who

          Hey! Wassup nerds!? How's it goin'? So, I got two questions for you. 1) How many of you have seen Doctor Who? 2) Who is your favorite Doctor? Now I know that this is a very stupid question, but seriously, ask yourself. I personally had the hardest time answering this question because I like quite a few of them. I was really bothered by this, and would ask myself this question many times over and over. I'm just sayin', you know? If you've already figured that out, good job! You're an amazing decision maker (unlike me). I personally like Matt Smith the best, but lots of people I know (like my mom, my friends) don't like him because they think he's just too much.
          So, I got something very funny, and a bit ironic for you. Did you know...that the biggest, #1 whovian in the world is Peter Capaldi. Yes. The 12th Doctor. Before he was actually the Doctor, he played Lucius Caecilius Iucundus, a banker from Pompeii in the DW episode, Fire's of Pompeii. And before that, he was attempting to become the leader for the DW fan club. Unfortunately he kept on being turned down the job. So I find it a little ironic that the man who was always denied the job of the secretary of the the DW fan club, then to BECAME the doctor instead. Funny right?
          Also, did you know, that Matt Smith is the youngest actor to play the Doctor, starting at the age of 27, and ending at the age of 31. Plus, if you pay attention, Christopher Eccleston rarely (if ever) mentions his time with DW, and acts as if it wasn't him that played his role. Hmm, it's almost as if he's ashamed of it. Plus, according to Martin Anderson claimed Matt Smith to be the best Doctor since, "Tom Baker practically redefined the character in the 1970s". And, (,everybody knows this,) DW got the Guinness World Record for the longest running SciFi T.V. show, and another Guinness World Record for the largest simulcast ever! DW is awesome!
          Really all those were, were just a bunch of interesting facts that you should know, but really, if you're a true whovian, you would already know this without me telling you.
          Okay, have you ever noticed that lots of actors will play some minor person, BEFORE they play, oh let's say, the Doctor, or one of his companions? I mean, I know that England is a small country (,but still pretty dang awesome!), and that there aren't many actors to go 'round, but still! I know that Karen Gillan played as a sooth sayer in Fire's of Pompeii, and then became Amy Pond, 11's first companion. And as I mention before, Peter Capaldi played a banker in the same episode, and, of course, became the 12th Doctor. Plus, Colin Baker supposedly played some evil dude before he was the Doctor (the thing is, I have a photo of it, and he sure does look evil, but I can't figure out who he's supposed to be). I just don't get it. Can't they just... I don't know. Maybe they're giving hints to who's the next big thing. Again, I don't know.
          Well, that's all for now. If any one can help me figure out who Colin Baker was before he was the 6th, that would be great!
 Until next time. Bye.

  Colin Baker as...well whoever that evil dude is.

Can someone please help me figure out who that is.

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Beginning

          Okie dokie...this is (obviously) my first time blogging, so please don't criticize me, 'kay? Sooo...things to write about. My day! Yeah we'll start with that. That's a good thing to start with right? My day. My day was interesting.
          You see, I woke up (duh) and I just sort of plopped on the couch. No TV, no video games, nothing. Nothing but a book. Now that I think about it, that's how all my days have been starting lately. Wonder what's wrong with me. Anyways, I opened up my book and what do I do? 50 points to whoever gets it right!! I (of course) read the book. I do this for a while. Now in case you're wondering, "How is this interesting? This is BORING!!!" , well, I don't usually do this. It use to be get up, wake up, and watch TV or play video games until about 11:00. Then eat breakfast. Well, THAT changed when school started, or, at least, homeschool. Yep. 1st time too. Then it became get up, wake up, and try to avoid school as much as possible! So this! Well obviously something's wrong with me. So after a few hours of reading (dang! Hours! Usually it's just 10 minutes!) I got up because my brothers were annoying me, and my 2nd cousin was here. Typical. *sigh* I've got to find better reasons to do things. Well, basically I went back and forth from reading to playing with my short people for a few more hours. That's not the interesting part. About 2:00, the short people got put down for a nap, so I went BACK to reading. Then, 30 minutes later, I finished my book (,again, strange because I'm not a fast reader, and I had checked that book out 2 days earlier), so I went to go return it to the library. Now question. How many of you have a friend who LOVES to go all stealth mode almost everywhere he/she goes, and after a while, you start to forget that because it sort of becomes a natural thing, so when you go outside, and then look around, you realize that your friend is right there and you sort of flip out? If you do, then you'll know how I felt when I walked outside singing,"I'm goin' to the library, library, library. I'm goin' to the library, what you gonna..."That was about when I looked up, and realized that my friend was literally waiting, right there, in front of my house. Okay, maybe I'm a little bit freaked out. So he and I walked to the library, turned in my book, and checked out the next in the series (that was about when he started talking about Tom Clancy), and then came back to my house. When I offered to let him come inside he denied, so he and I just sort of stood out there, in the cold, talking. Then he and I came up with a brilliant (actually not so brilliant) idea. We were going to go to the high school bleachers (, with parent permission), and run up them 90 times, and down them 90 times, to prepare ourselves for a trip in coming up (which will be this summer. Hopefully I'll remember to tell you guys about how TERRIBLE it was ;p). So after we got this confirmed, we decided to go there immediately, right after we visited my grandma.
          The entire time, I felt a little nervous, so when we actually got to the bleachers, I was worrying that I was going to get as far as 30 ups and downs, and would pass out. Man was I wrong! Dude, I got to 30 easily (though I thought about giving up at 20) and then told my friend that we should have a break about half way through, and, surprisingly, he agreed. As much as I don't want to do that again, I'm going to do all of that again with my friend tomorrow. It was really hard to walk to my house (emphasis on walk, like this:WALK) because our legs felt like jelly, I felt dizzy and wanted to pass out, both of our feet hurt, and we both felt weak. This just made me feel unmanly weakling. Good thing was, my mom had made cookies and hot chocolate, so we felt better in no time. My friend left about 10 to 15 minutes later, and so I decided to get on the computer. An hour later, I asked if I could make a blog.
          That was about all of my day. I would love to thank those that actually read the entire thing. If you come back again sometime (I don't know when) I will have something else for you. Hopefully it will be better that this. Hopefully. Heck, maybe it will be something actually nerdy! 'Kay, thank you and bye.