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Somebody took Sir David Attenborough's wildlife documentary narration and set it to clips of Pokemon Go, and the result is glorious:

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Pokemongo

Pokemongo is huge here. Everyone seems to be playing it. Went for a walk, and the world was full of people staring down at their phones.

Meanwhile, I can't get the game yet because the server keeps crashing.

I am bereft of pokemon.

I am okay with that.

For now.

(Where is the game that lets me collect Doctor Who characters? I would go crazy for that one.)

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Brexit vote: how's everyone feeling?

Since I have a lot of British flisters, I just wanted to check in and see how everyone is feeling about the Brexit vote. Are you happy? Sad? Scared? Excited?

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I am catching up on the show "Episodes" via Netflix, and I am really enjoying it. If you're not familiar with the show, it's about two British television writers who are asked to remake their British hit show in America. The comedy comes from the various ways in which their show is destroyed by the Hollywood system, and it looks at all the aspects -- writers, actors, executives, etc.

One of the stars is Matt LeBlanc, who plays the show's lead actor, Matt LeBlanc. They've done all sorts of wonderful things with this conceit, including a great scene where Matt complains about the fact that he will probably never get another stalker: "Do you think Warren Beatty still gets stalkers? There's a window."

But here's the clip I just had to share: Matt complaining about losing out on a part to a British actor. I love British actors, but still, this must be the way every American actor who's lost out to Hugh Laurie for an American role must feel. (Warning: swearing)

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Jessica Jones -- final thoughts

I've finished watching season one of Jessica Jones.

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Still non-spoilery, so no cuts, but I went for it and got Netflix streaming, and I've been binge-watching Jessica Jones all day.

Well, except for the times when I find myself surfing the internet for David's video diaries and clips of him singing with the Proclaimers, just to remind myself that there really is no need for me to be afraid of David Tennant.

Jessica Jones

Was dog-sitting for someone who had Netflix streaming, so I got to watch the first two episodes of Jessica Jones. It's good! I think I might have to pony up for one month of Netflix streaming so I can watch the rest. (Or do a lot more dog-sitting.)

My non-spoilery favorite thing about the show? The fact that David Tennant is not trying to use his terrible "American" accent. Maybe the producers saw "Gracepoint" and politely told him they would love it if Kilgrave had an English accent?

Chris Chibnall??????!!!

The Radio Times is reporting that Moffat is stepping down, and his replacement as Doctor Who showrunner will be Chris Chibnall. I am really, really hoping that it's April Fool's Day, and I've just missed it.

http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2016-01-22/doctor-who-showrunner-steven-moffat-quits-to-be-replaced-by-broadchurch-creator-chris-chibnall

(Psst -- BBC, please take another look a Toby Whithouse? Pretty please??)

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Yuletide writing and wrangling

For the first time this year, I wrote for a 5-minute fandom for Yuletide. In fact, it's really more of a 1-minute fandom; the whole thing is contained in this Tumblr post. The name of the fandom is "Incompetent Time-Travelling Saxophone Haters," and the conceit is that since Adolphe Sax (inventor of the saxophone) had multiple mishaps growing up, there must have been time-travelling saxophone haters out to kill him before he invented the saxophone, who must also have been incompetent because they didn't succeed.

lost_spook told me about the fandom when I was looking for something else to offer, and at first I was sure that I couldn't write for something like that, but after giving it some thought, I decided to offer it. I knew it would mean writing original characters, which I don't usually do, but I kind of like when Yuletide gets me to do new things, and as it turned out, my recipient's prompt really inspired me and it was one of my easiest Yuletide writing experiences ever. I also really like how it turned out: From the Desk of [Insert Mad Scientist Name Here].

Ironically, the fandom was originally wrangled with a parent tag under "Celebrities and Real People," and I was really afraid for awhile that I was going to have a repeat of last year, when I wrote Five(ish) Doctors Reboot fic that got wrangled as Doctor Who RPF, so no one could find it as its own fandom. I had visions of Incompetent Time-Travelling Saxophone Haters being renamed to "19th Century Belgian Musicians" or something equally obscure, which would also have been very ironic as Adolphe Sax isn't even a character in my fic. So I emailed the mods for the first time ever, and they were super nice and super helpful, and as a result, the fandom also got "Other Media" as a parent tag, and in the Yuletide collection the fandom actually appeared as it was nominated, which was a huge relief. Because, to be honest, I'm still not over what happened with my Five(ish) Doctors fic last year.

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Fanvid!

I have a new fanvid! It is once again Doctor/Sarah (I know, I can feel your shock from here).

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/C3aM3aPKXkg

Vimeo link (password-protected): https://vimeo.com/150648255
Password: sarah jane

And, let me see if I can embed it here:

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