Dreamed I met Brianna Wu o_O

Well, I mean, of course I’m a gater. But I’m in it for the battle against censorship, leftist revisionism and cultural marxism in general. I don’t really give a crap about specific “enemies”, especially if all they have done is make a naff game or two and complain about us on the telly. But still, there she was. (Yeah, she, guess I’m too far gone, eh?)

Anyway, I’ve only seen like 2 pics of her, so she was short, had glasses, and was kinda cute. She was visiting my job, and we had some awkward conversation, trying not to mention our positions on “gate”. Later I was having lunch, in a circle of people (the building I have lunch in has now “changed hands”, and we don’t really all eat together any more. I finally have a desk, so I draw at break times), and somebody else was vaguely insulting her in rhyme. He also sounded like a bully from my secondary school. It was putting me off reading a lurid 60’s paperback, so I sarcastically asked him if he was “flyting”, and felt rather put out that he actually knew what that was. Meanwhile Brianna just vanished entirely o_O.

I’m done with Doctor Who.

Because what the FUCK is this SHIT?

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I was also interested, on my other blog, to note that India will apparently be more monoracial in 300 years time. Imagine if they showed a similar scene in the Britain of 2314, with all white characters?

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And what’s this in the next issue? “The Weeping Angels of Mons”. Note they are going to end up in “the trenches”. The trenches, as in those things that hadn’t been dug at the time of the retreat from Mons?

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Never mind, eh? No doubt the whole point of the story is to say “the right things” about class war (class war from the perspective of yanks, anyway. Or maybe Brits who wish they were yanks, which is even worse). You can see the heartless generals ordering working class men into No-man’s Land at gunpoint already, can’t you? Never mind that they were actually being led into battle by junior officers, most from exactly the same educated, privileged background as those generals, and an order of maginitude more likely to be killed. As they were supposed to be “leading by example”, and snipers always went for officers. To say nothing of the fact that several of those junior officers, leading their men to doom, may have been the nephews or sons of the generals planning the attack… or even that 22 generals themselves died in pointless charges, over the course of the war (no doubt trying to prove that their amazing “run towards the enemy’s machine guns” tactics will work, this time).

Still, we all know what “amazing, shocking revelation” is coming up on the TV show. I suspect a lot of people are planning to bail, at that point. I might as well just git while the gittin’s gud. It’s made for San Francisco hipsters, now, anyway. It’s no longer for the likes of us. The £40-a-year-licence, stripped-to-bare-bones BBC can’t come soon enough, if you ask me.

EDIT: I had a peek at the next issue in the shop. Yeah, tin helmets and trenches before Archduke Ferdinand’s body was even cold. Top research, there.