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Yo! I'm Blusilver, actual name conveniently forgotten as I type this profile, and as for my age...silly, it seems to have slipped my mind as well. How conven-er, odd. I mean odd.
It seems that I haven't updated my profile in a year, which is both weird and awesome at the same time. Sort of like having a one-sided conversation with my past self, who's an idiot, by the way. Don't listen to her. She tends to rant a bit about total world tyranny, but I've mellowed out (a bit...) since then. Ish.
Facts about me, to those of you who actually care enough to browse my profile page:
-Things I like: Doctor Who, Sherlock, Harry Potter, Stargate: SG-1 and Atlantis, Portal, Pokemon (Yes, I'm a flipping nerd.), Quantum Prophecy series, LotR, Avengers, CoD, Halo, Homestuck...
-I also like making stuff, but I can be seriously unmotivated at many instances. For example, I sew pokemon (First was a snivy, then a giant wailord, a togepi, and a purrloin), which are typically gifts for friends; I intend to make a set of Halo armor from the pepakura files over the summer, but money's a sorta huge issue...; And, of course, I write and draw, the latter of which has been put on hold due to my finals, AP exams, and utter hell approaching in the next three weeks. I haven't figured out how to make a trans-spatial portal yet, but I'm working on it.
-Music? Uh...whatever sounds best at the moment, I guess. Rap, country and Skrillex never sound good at any moment, though.
-Color? Blue, everything blue, but I like dark greens, too.
When I'm bored, I tend to dismantle things. When I was really bored, I dismantled my old, decrepit-yet-still-functional itouch, managing to break the screen and all its glorious everything except the ability of its innards to look pretty. I get stupid when I'm bored and unmotivated, so sue.
I rarely decide to obsess over things, but at this moment it's Doctor Who. Can't wait until the 50th anniversary episode!
-No, the sonic screwdriver is not an all-purpose tool. It's now seemingly become the Mary-Sue of gadgetry (Apparently, there's now an anti-freeze setting, which is used all of once before becoming unnecessary). Not that I still don't want one, or anything, but still...
-The Doctor hates himself, it's a given fact. Nine and Ten portrayed this pretty well, but Eleven's a whole park short of a picnic. I don't care how many years it's been, one does not simply recover from destroying two entire civilizations-one being your own people/planet-TWICE (He kept Gallifrey from reforming next to Earth, remember?). One does not also become a babbling goof with utter naivete, no sense of tact, human relations, or pretty much all negative feelings whatsoever aside from the occasional temper tantrum if one has over eight hundred freaking years of human interaction. I don't care HOW many regenerations you've had.
-Suns/stars don't have faces, even if they are alive or sentient. Even if they did have a face of sorts, I highly doubt they would look at all humanoid in the slightest. 42 was much better than the seventh season's 'Sentient Star' episode.
-While nice for comic relief, that's all it seems to be: comic relief. Sontaran Strax, ally of the Doctor, is continuously teased or poked fun at during the entirety of his showtime existence. Despite its broad amusement, it goes a bit too far and tends to inspire the negative feelings about schoolyard teasing/bullying, which appears to be annoyingly similar to this portrayal.
-Snow doesn't eat people. Okay, so you have a bunch of snow bound by a minor telepathic field, fed by the thoughts of a boy for forty or so years who turns into a corrupt guy who...feeds his workers to his carnivorous snowmen. Cue face-palm. Sorry to rain on the parade, mate, but snowmen just aren't the thing if you want a creature who can easily dispose of people. Try, I dunno, the Vashta Nerada? Anything but this abominably idiotic Christmas special-but I repeat myself.
-Budget seems to have increased; kudos to the new 7.5 TARDIS. Shame the effort put into production and writing seems to be inversely related to that.
-Finally, the Shakespearean episode, starring Ten and Martha. According to the Doctor, we string numbers together and split the atom, and the Carrionites string words together to transform reality. One, it seems a bit unfair in the balance of things. I want magic, dammit! Two, how the hell would they communicate with each other without 'activating' their 'magic'? Three: We may string numbers together to split the atom, but we need a shitload of heavy equipment for anything like that. Where is the Carrionites' equipment?
-->I just really think that the Doctor Who lot need a logician-that is, a person who can point out the obvious flaws and plot-holes that the director, producer, editor, and everyone else down the line seem to miss on a monthly basis...at least.
I really do like watching the series, but I can't help but rant at some of the flaws I believe could have been easily mended. Season Seven is walking a tenuous road, and I'm not sure if I'll be led off a cliff or into the best season yet.