I really should be working.
Damm why wasn't I born a russian owl person....
I have just downloaded an episode of smallville with SPANISH SUBTITLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I ROCK!!!!
Dammit! Why can't I get to sleep?
I need to revise tomorrow and can't afford to be tired.
Well it appears I may have just failed one of my finals. Bugger.
Oh my god.
I just found the first piece of fanfic I ever wrote. The site doesn't even that posted it doesn't even appear on yahoo anymore, I found the damn thing by fluke.
At a mere 3321 words it's awful. Boys and girls if you ever do bad fic don't post it on a site ever.
It's so bad. I wrote 5 years ago and even now it still mocks me. I mean at the time I loved it, it was a multi part fic and I had the entire thing planned. The overall arc, the characters, the villians everything. I think I still have the origin plans somewhere on a computor disk at home.
Well at least its well hidden.
Man, I feel so old now.
Okay third place I've posted just incase no one has read this (I know not many people read by livejournal but still spread the bad news).
BBC News has confirmed rumors from earlier today that Christopher Eccleston has decided not to return to Doctor Who for a second series. Press Association, a news wire service, says "Actor Christopher Eccleston has quit as Doctor Who after just one series, it
was announced tonight. The star, who has appeared in television drama Cracker and hit film, Shallow Grave, is worried about being typecast. He is also planning new projects and found filming the series gruelling. In a statement issued through the BBC, Eccleston said: ‘The audience's response for the new Doctor Who has been incredible and I am really proud to be part of it and I hope viewers continue to enjoy the series." Former pop star, Billie Piper, will return in the role of the Time Lord's assistant, Rose, in the next raft of shows. Meanwhile, the BBC confirmed it was in talks with actor David Tennant, the star of the drama Casanova, which is currently showing on BBC3, as a possible replacement for Eccleston. Earlier today, the BBC announced it had commissioned the second series." Outpost Gallifrey earlier reported that the Sun newspaper was leading tomorrow with a story entitled "Doctor Who Quits!" but that it was possibly speculation taken from the Jane Tranter comments earlier today; however, with the news flash on BBC News, and a statement from Eccleston, it now appears to be true. We will keep you posted on breaking news about this development.