citius, altius, fortius
Not a fan of the blogspot myself. I'd happily migrate to wordpress or tumblr.
It seems that Google has no interest in helping me hide my identity.Speaking which, anyone here hyped up by the NSA thing? Not me. I'm all meh. I'm more worried about the misses finding out what it is I do on the Internet, than I am about Obama. And that picture Ash has is driving me crazy. Doors that swing inward (or toward their hinges, as all doors do) have the door handle on the left side. When you open it and lean on the door jam, you are leaning on your left shoulder. This picture is either reversed of the door has a knob on the right side. That's weird, right?
Google cut off the "rimshot" after the middle line. Read it hammy. Dangerfieldesque.
Well, okay, yes--the photo, which is a mashup of Peter Capaldi as Malcolm Tucker from The Thick of It and Peter Capaldi as the soon-to-be 12th Doctor from Doctor Who--is obviously a manip. But, to your larger question about the door on the TARDIS, it's double doors, both of which open inward. In this shot the door on the right hand side is open and Capaldi is standing just inside, leaning against the unopened door on the left hand side.
And are we moving or what?
ok. double doors I will accept, although the visual is still disconcerting.I am working on a move.
The Whovian in me is amused by the idea that the most remarkable thing about a phone box that travels through time and space is that if had double doors that open in...
*it has, not if had
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