Personality Disorder Test

Picture the scene: You're sitting at home arguing with some dickhead on the internet who has the gall to disagree with you. Obviously the natural (and correct) inclination is to behave like a dick, because this is the internet after all. But then you have to think about what people might think about you. It's a drag, but you have to show at least a little bit of respect and consideration. You can't get away with it by claiming you have a disorder, like those fucking Aspies...

Until now! Just fill out this simple form and you'll have a 100% guaranteed internet-based diagnosis of your very own personality disorder! And don't worry, I know Asperger's is passé, so we'll hook you up with something a little more exotic. Hell, we might even throw in two or three for the price of one!

(I'd put the whole thing on here but I don't think it would work, so I've just put a link. That will have to do)


Doctor Who Adventure Games

Episode One: City of the Daleks


If you were expecting an adventure game, prepare to be horribly disappointed. There are no clever puzzles, no amusing dialogue, no clues to find, not even a bunch of random objects to collect and put together for inexplicable reasons. No, what this is is... well, it's several different (and equally shitty) games combined into one, for no readily apparent reason.

The Big Bang

Season 32, episode 13.


Going Postal


In short, excellent. I think they probably could have done better with Reacher Gilt, but only because he didn't quite work in a couple of scenes. The rest of the time he was fine. Charles Dance as Vetinari and Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Angua were particularly great, but really they were all pretty well chosen.

Richard Coyle as Moist was far better than I'd anticipated. Having only seen him before in Coupling I was expecting to have difficulty believing him in the role, but it really wasn't an issue at all. Tamsin Greig as Sacharissa was another one I thought I might have trouble with, because when I saw Shaun of the Dead I couldn't help but see her as Fran from Black Books, and she also played a fairly Fran-like character in Green Wing, but she was really good in this.


How to Win

Victory at any cost!

When arguing on the internet, it's very easy to lose track of where you are and what's actually happening and start to think that you're actually having a productive debate or something. This is a trap that must be avoided. The only goal is victory, at all costs. It doesn't matter if you're right. It doesn't even matter if you realise you're wrong half way through. Stick to your guns and win dammit! Here's how:


The End of Time

Russell T Davies is a terrible writer and I hope he dies of cancer

Chances are, if you've seen any of Doctor Who in the last few years, or Torchwood, you already know that Russell T Davies is a terrible writer. But in case there's any confusion on this issue, or the far more important issue of how he's utterly ruined Doctor Who, I've decided to spell it out.