6.6.06

Here's this week's one*

Doctor Who, that is. Here's the screencap recap for The Impossible Planet, which I've yet to get off E since she's hugely busy. But, fear not, I shall manage to get it off her before I leave DC. I hope.

This week's screencaps provide much-needed advice to this half of PTSD:

"...if you love a man and want to keep him, you have to make sure he is physically incapable of leaving you. Otherwise he'll care about you and stuff, but will sod off into time and space and leave you to mope around for the rest of your life. The alternative is apparently to have your humanity slowly eroded as you travel around with him and lose all sense of reality, being moulded into his madcap lifestyle and slowly losing everyone else you love."

I rather like the humanity being eroded bit--what's wrong with that,eh? Sounds perfect to me--no worries about PhD-ing or making up bloody panels or days filled with data-entrying or worrying about workshops but just travelling around space and time and hanging out with omnisexual aliens. Bliss.



* Hurrah! The last post was PTSD's 500th. Celebratory peanuts await all those who mention that to either one of us in RL. Who'd have thought, eh?

5 Comments:

At 6/07/2006 4:59 AM, Blogger செந்தழல் ரவி said...

your blog is very nice...

 
At 6/07/2006 10:25 AM, Anonymous serena said...

WOW that's good....500th post...and Dr. who to boot!

Priya you rock...LOL

where are you going that leads you away from DC, Priya?

 
At 6/07/2006 11:37 PM, Blogger Priya said...

Williamsburg, VA for the 10-day workshop on terrorism. Just checked reading list (and accompanying CD) and there's loads of stuff.

 
At 6/08/2006 12:08 AM, Blogger Elizabeth said...

Fuck if I know how you manage to always be the one on the milestone post.

(I've decided to reintegrate swearing as part of my vocabulary. That and a haircut. And I'm trying to find a decent bar / club for weekends.

 
At 6/08/2006 10:46 PM, Blogger Priya said...

Can help with "decent bar/club" especially if you want one with live music. DC (and even rural MD and VA) have some good ones.

 

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