God bless thinly skirted copyright infringement.
Is is one of those episodes that was so important to the show. Not because it was major plot device but because it was an episode that, for the most part, was random yet hit every viewer right in the heart.
Why did no one remember her?
Does this episode show what humans are capable of or does this show a side of the doctor never witnessed before?
One of my favorite episodes. But I find it hard to watch. And not just because we see a beloved character, The Doctor, in a way we rarely see him; frail, weak, not in control and truly scared.
It’s hard to watch because you tell yourself that you would never throw some out to die because you’d never give into mass hysteria, right? You tell yourself you’re better than that. You’d stand up for what’s right. But, if you’re being honest with yourself, in that situation, you’re afraid that you’ll hear that little voice in your head tell you to give into that pressure, to throw him out in order to save yourself. And that you might actually listen to the voice scares the hell out of you.
A new report from Pew Research Center indicates that while most Americans anticipate great technological changes in the next few decades, many have doubts that new inventions and advances will help humanity in the long run.
In general, 59% of the 1,000 participants interviewed said technological changes would lead to a better future, while 30% said things would get worse. Many said they expected revolutionary advances in the next 50 years, such as lab-grown organ transplants.
Bill Hicks on Corporate Shills and being written off of the artistic role call.
It’s just a ride…..
Here’s a good song for Earth Day. Ministry’s “Breathe” from the classic “In case you didn’t feel like showing up” Live Album/Video.
"Racist against humans,"
“Thus did a handful of rapacious citizens come to control all that was worth controlling in America. Thus was the savage and stupid and entirely inappropriate and unnecessary and humorless American class system created. Honest, industrious, peaceful citizens were classed as bloodsuckers if they asked to be paid a living wage. And they saw that praise was reserved henceforth for those who devised means of getting paid enormously for committing crimes against which no laws had been passed. Thus the American dream turned belly up, turned green, bobbed to the scummy surface of cupidity unlimited, filled with gas, went bang in the noonday sun.” ~ (Kurt Vonnegut)