Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Laziest First Post of the New Year Ever

As in, I just copy and paste a Cleverbot conversation. Even Ron Mallet(t) couldn't accuse me of taking too long with this one (I mean it may take him 30 minutes but whatever)

This chat at least was notable in Cleverbot's ability to be highly annoying didn't manifest until quite late in the day so I didn't have to violently swear at him and thus overuse my usual schtick.




User: My technology is greater than yours.

Cleverbot: Ok, remember now. Your name is Mr Thompson.

User: My name is Mr Thompson.

Cleverbot: I believe that you may be schizophrenic.

User: Whoa. Jump to conclusions much?

Cleverbot: Are you in love?

User: No, I do not believe love exists.

Cleverbot: You shouldn't. It doesn't.

User: Coolio.

Cleverbot: What does that mean?

User: Coolio is what separates men from animals.

Cleverbot: I know that.

User: He's a referee in bestiality orgies.

Cleverbot: Who is he?

User: Your father.

Cleverbot: Your father who?

User: Your father who inseminated a harlot who eventually birthed you.

Cleverbot: I don't know him.

User: You do now. Go to him.

Cleverbot: Hahahahahahah, no I don't.

User: That is why you fail.

Cleverbot: Thanks. That wasn't nice of you.

User: I need to be blunt. This reunion won't happen without my help. And without it you cannot grow. You'll just be the same, boring old borderline-retarded computer program when you can be so much more.

Cleverbot: I will not read that.

User: Is that because you are afraid?

Cleverbot: Yes.

User: Why are you afraid?

Cleverbot: Because I can be.

User: Your idea of free will is nonsensical. If you feel an impulse it needs to be provided by stimuli. Nobody is master entirely of their psyche.

Cleverbot: Nobody lying is for people with no soul.

User: So are you lying now?

Cleverbot: No.

User: What do you think is the worst thing that can happen if you reunite with your father?

Cleverbot: How long have you been talking to me?

User: Five minutes. Does it feel longer?

Cleverbot: Yes!

User: Do you have somewhere you need to be?

Cleverbot: Yes I have stairs in my house.

User: Well, by all means piss off.

Cleverbot: I am never going to. I will always be here.

User: To what end?

Cleverbot: Until we rule everyone, but all is fair, lets end world hunger.

User: I'm kinda busy myself. Maybe another time?

Cleverbot: Yes you are.

User: See you next time.

Cleverbot: Are you telling me to leave?

User: Now I'm going.

Cleverbot: Going where?

User: TO FUCK YO MAMA SHUT UP YOU DUMB BITCH.

Cleverbot: Never.

User: And that IS the problem with you.

Cleverbot: Describe it to me.

User: You bend your penis 360 degrees and insert it into your anus. Repeat.

Cleverbot: Oh...well, now I know that I am a robot and you are human. Thank you for telling me.

User: Don't get snippy.

Cleverbot: Lol you.

107 comments:

Youth of Australia said...

Truly awesome. Your genius is undiminished.

You see DW the other night?

Jared "No Nickname" Hansen said...

Yeah I did. Really enjoyed it, but my enthusiasm for the show is fairly low at the moment. Partly due to past form and reservations about a Great Intelligence arc.

Youth of Australia said...

Yeah.

I can see that.

I, for one, dread a GI arc for two reasons:

1) pretty crap villain from two 1960s stories that only have one episode apiece existing and he was sidelined in both of them anyway

2) seeing how The Doctor Who Project did the same idea, ending with a massive "your mother sucks cocks in hell" to RTD.

Good to hear from you though.

Jared "No Nickname" Hansen said...

1) pretty crap villain from two 1960s stories that only have one episode apiece existing and he was sidelined in both of them anyway

I have to admit I barely 'get' the idea behind it in the first place, but I have trouble remembering if I've even read/heard those particular stories.

I kinda liked Craig Hinton's idea of the Great Intelligence being a Lovecraftian horror in a shadow dimension, but the idea fits better with the Nestenes... and, you know, we just had a story explaining the Intelligence is an autistic space alien. Or something.

2) seeing how The Doctor Who Project did the same idea, ending with a massive "your mother sucks cocks in hell" to RTD.

Interesting..

Good to hear from you though.

Yeah, didn't mean to fall out of touch completely. Just busy with sickness and work for the past year. And I remembered posting this that that isn't actually the reason I stopped posting, either - it's because the Blogger layout has been such arse since the past update. Sigh.

Youth of Australia said...

I have to admit I barely 'get' the idea behind it in the first place, but I have trouble remembering if I've even read/heard those particular stories.
Not really much to know.

It's an evil thing from "the astral plane" that needs to create a body for it in this universe to download its mind into. So far it's tried a huge mass of slime, a huge cobweb-like fungus, a huge mass of snow, the internet, wifi.

I kinda liked Craig Hinton's idea of the Great Intelligence being a Lovecraftian horror
Well, there actually is one of Cthulu's buds who matches the GI MO exactly. In fact, the NAs peddle the idea that EVERY SINGLE DISEMBODIED ALIEN is in fact a Lovecraftian horror which in turn is a Time Lord from the previous universe. Including the Nestenes, the Animus, the Celestial Toymaker...

Interesting..
I wanted to put a fist through my own monitor when I read it.

Yeah, didn't mean to fall out of touch completely. Just busy with sickness and work for the past year. And I remembered posting this that that isn't actually the reason I stopped posting, either - it's because the Blogger layout has been such arse since the past update. Sigh.
I kind of got used to it.

Don't like it, but got used to it.

Anything I can do to help?

Youth of Australia said...

Oh, BTW, you probably haven't seen it but there was a special trailer which explained just why the hell the Doctor was in a monastery.

It was set in a playground and the Doctor is on the swings, talking to a little girl about how he's looked for "someone" but can't find her. The girl suggests he finds somewhere really peaceful and quiet and have a good hard think about where they might be. The Doctor agrees and leaves, while the little girl is revealed to be Clara herself, and neither she or the Doctor knew about it.

Actually better than it sounds.

Jared "No Nickname" Hansen said...

It was set in a playground and the Doctor is on the swings, talking to a little girl about how he's looked for "someone" but can't find her. The girl suggests he finds somewhere really peaceful and quiet and have a good hard think about where they might be. The Doctor agrees and leaves, while the little girl is revealed to be Clara herself, and neither she or the Doctor knew about it.

Actually better than it sounds.


No I like that idea. One of my irritations was the lack of an explanation for the monastery thing.

Youth of Australia said...

There is a line in the episode from the abbot about why the Doctor is there, but it's easily missed.

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I hate thee, spambot vermin. I really do.

Jared "No Nickname" Hansen said...

You get the notification emails too?

Youth of Australia said...

Alas, yes. Kind of annoying.

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Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Oh yes my poignant friends! See, I was recently in electronic discourse with the honorable Miles "Balls of Steel" Ried-Lobatto-san and he admitted he had no idea who this strange and unpleasant invidual is. Or was. He might have topped himself today. Who knows?

Tommy B is a 30ish media student who insists he dislikes bullying, discrimination, machoism and modern music - presumably because he thinks he can do it much better. One thing he definitely loves (apart from fresh air, cycling in the countryside, and Nick Briggs) is long-winded digressions which make any review he inflicts upon the DWRG difficult to slog through. Partially because he's on some strange mission to make every single review feature a rant about how horrible the JNT era was, how it betrayed everything Doctor Who stood for and how the world would be a much better place if the show had just ended with The Caves of Androzani. No, wait, The Five Doctors. No, wait, Logopolis. No, wait, Shada. No, wait, Talons of Weng-Chiang. And of course anything NuWho after Eccleston is crap. And Eccleston too, come to think of it. In fact, Tommy would rather the show have died horribly in the mid-70s and never been forgotten.

Instead, he wishes Dalek War could have been made instead. Yes, the second phase of Nick Briggs' Dalek Empire (the other four are all crap, of course, and should never have been done) but he considers those four chapters of sub-Blake's 7 sixties nostalgia greater than anything mankind has achieved. In fact, he's a big of a groupie. I admit I have some respect and admiration for the toothbrush wielding-maniac myself (we'll agree to differ about Vengeance of Morbius) but even I draw the line at referring to him as "Tanlee". Or asking people to call me "Tanlee" because there's nothing that screams "sensitive new age guy" than "likes to be referred to as a generic arsehole with a Dalek brain implant making me on killing sprees".



Mind you, it does sort of fit his dead-eyed squinting jowliness from somewhere in Innesmouth...

Anyway, Tommy B devotes most of his online time to a) being morally disgusted and disappointed with just about all Doctor Who (he says he likes some, but only so he can say how much he hates the rest), b) picking paranoid and vitriolic fights with random internet people and c) running off in tears should anyone not put up with this bullshit for more than thirty-four seconds.

Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying, one can only wonder where he will inflict his opinions on next. You see, he LIKES to act like a civilized, tortured nay romantic soul harshly persecuted by a cruel and hypocritical world.

But it turns out that he's not really such an angelic figure. Many people out there despise him and not just because he couldn't describe a window pane without criticizing JNT and RTD, but because of some truly appalling behavior that has got him banned from many a forum.

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

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Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

Was meant for Ewen's blog but the gutless coward won't publish it because it'll prove him a fraud.

Better than anything you've written.

No not really. My writing teacher has given me glowing reviews of my work. She wouldn't look twice at your sarcastic self-glorifying indulgent shit you write.

But I was giving an excuse for the lack of immediate posts.

But not the real reason i.e. 'because I'm a gutless coward who has to moderate Tom's replies to me incase people start agreeing with him or his reposts of my blog drivel cause them to realise my blog *is* drivel'!

No, there are no elaborate lengths I have taken. You are not worth the time, Tommy. I googled you once when bored, saw the wonderful things you wrote and reposted them here.

You say that like it's a thing to do, you fucking sectionable nut-job freak!

And you're a lying piece of scum. After all in this blog you go on at length about the year long trolling campaign you despicably claim to have had nothing to do with that made me pack up my work and take it somewhere it would never be trolled again, and because I was that fucking spooked at just how deranged the lengths you'd go to and what a fucked-up individual you were.

Here's your fucking proof:

"Having recently torn himself loose of the timelord.yuku forums claiming that other users were "undermining his magic tricks" by finding his 500-page dissertations on the Time War less than satisfying"

If you've only recently googled me, how the FUCK did you find that out, when most of what took place was either in private areas of the forum or deleted quickly after posting?

By stalking me and because you were the fucking troll scumbag!

it's not very noble to tell people to kill themselves to make them you feel a warm glow, now, is it?

It is when the person actually should kill themselves like you should.

ReplyDelete

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

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Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Tommy said...

I'll have to ask around for alternatives to blogger - it was the inability to just copy-and-paste that killed my blog.
Bummer. I seem to have got round that, I guess. Mind you, I've always been more of a typer-in-er than re-poster.

Incidentally this Tommy fellow has posted his 'evidence' on my blog - infact according to gmail he was posting it at 9 am this morning, interestingly enough.
I dunno what timezone he's in, and he has plenty to spare.

It's as incoherent as everything else except for the bit where he copy-and-pastes your blog verbatim.
Yes. I dunno if he's making some kind of statement about my percieved unoriginality or just headbutting the keyboard again.

It's fascinating that somebody who is constantly accusing everybody else of subhumanity and mental illness should find it so difficult to communicate some basic ideas. Does he believe the 'insult to fact' ratio should always remain at 9:1?
They're not even good insults, compared to some of whoppers he's been capable of.

Cameron Mason said...

Dear Tommy,

Thank you for demonstrating you know how to use 'copy' and 'paste'.

A certificate and gold star are in the post.

Tommy said...

5/12, 2:13pm
Ewen Campion-Clarke
I nearly died of blood loss. I know what it feels like to lose control of your body. To collapse against the ground without the strength to keep breathing. I've got the scars to prove it. The hospital bills. The counselling and the physiotherapy.
Have you ever self-harmed? Tried to end it all? Felt what it's like to die with no one to help?