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  • #67357
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    THANK YOU VERY MUCH BLUE SQUEAK PIP. I AM YOUR DEBT.

    #67354
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    Now, while I feel that I rival most in Whovian authenticity within my local area (at least that’s what I like to think), I feel at loss due to the fact that I constantly come across references which are new to me that is familiar with everyone else. Among these. I find that the terms B.G. and A.G. get tossed around quite a bunch around here. What is their meaning? Do they refer to a period in the show’s history, whether it be production or storyline?

    #67345
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    Salutations! Well, Pond came to mean “River”, therefore, I suppose that it would be necessary to determine the meaning of your last name. If it has to do with a body of water, well, we should be friends.

    #67331
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    Unfortunately, I do not find that she contains enough of the Doctor’s “charm”. I feel that the role of the Doctor isn’t just one for any actor who can act, but they themselves must possess qualities that make us ponder “Oh, I feel that they would be great as the Doctor!) To be honest, there aren’t a lot of actors, at least in my preferences, that I have seen that make me think that way. Goldberg is extraordinary, and she does possess the character for someone with both intelligence and a little bit of humor, just not the Doctor. I am not stating that I would be disappointed to see her become the Doctor, I am sure that she could execute it well, I just have others in mind.

    #67214
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    Thane6 and MiaPatrick, I’m guessing y’all know each other. I still need to give more time into Moffat and Chibnall before I can make a statement. I do feel that while the newer season lacked much ties to the earlier history, I do feel that it was well executed, and there were some very pure moments which could move one. By the way, Wooden Cybermen? I must not have seen the episode, but are they fireproof?

    #67204
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    On the Sonic, one of my stances is how well the Gallifreyan does without it or how much she (or he) depends upon it. Personally, I think it’s new appearence is quite simple, though it was made from scratch. It’s simple appearance might also contribute to its simple functioning. While I do think that it has gotten a little more simple, I still admire it for what it can do and how each Doctor utilizes it.

    #67196
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    Ah, The Birds! I wasn’t around that time originally, but I did see it when I was younger, it was love at first, I don’t know, watch? Needless to say, it is a favorite, along with other “creature-features”. Westerns are also deeply appreciated, as well as Mr. Smith Goes to Washington along with numerous other classics, but my heart lies with the science fiction of old.

    #67193
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    Greetings fellow Whovians, new here too. Yes, I do consider it critical that a forum has a smoothly and simply laid out, as it ought too determine and influence how many and if people join it. I come from an ancestral skills forum (hence the “Archaic”) with a beautifully mapped place, home to both the amateur and novice to expert and professional. On the other hand, I found another forum dedicated to a particular music genre, with a vast array of topics and functions, but it seemed that in order to perform anything, one had to be part of that particular “amino”. So therefore, a simple and easy layout is critical to any forum, and ultimately plays a substantial role in user satisfaction.

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