My new Facebook cover photo, because I’m going to squeeze blood out of that rock.
In other news, I just received the weirdest piece of spam that’s ever graced my website comment inbox. Roberttob from cialissansordonnancefr24 gave me a brief history of Dr. Who, and I’m not entirely certain what I was supposed to get from the lesson.
See, that spam is new to me. I’ve seen pretty much every other iteration that you’ve shown here before. Sounds like good times, though.
Ladies and gentlemen, the spam in question:
“Doctor Who is now considered a British Institute and has come a long way since it first aired on November 23rd 1963. The very first show saw the Doctor travel 100,00 years into the past to help some dim cavemen discover light. After 26 seasons and seven Doctors later the series came off our screens in 1989 much to the disappointment of the huge devoted fanbase. In 1996 an attempt was made to revive Doctor Who but it wasnt until June 2005 when it came back with a vengeance with Christopher Eccleston as the ninth Doctor that put the series back on the map as it were. It then went on for 5 years with David Tenant portraying the Doctor until 2010 when Matt Smith took over the role. Today it is still a great family show and has attracted many new fans.”
Yeah, I had no idea what to make of it either. The only thing I haven’t copied and pasted is the website this apparent Dr. Who fan tried to sneak in at the very end.