So I, er, I have a girlfriend now.
~ ~ ~ ♥
So, someone who means a lot to me has an internet radio show, and you should listen to it.
She’ll be playing music ranging from badass to cute and everything inbetween, so tune in at 17:00 UK time / 18:00 CET / 12:00 EST (i.e. in about 20 minutes) and listen.
You know you want to.
The service was ended by Carol “Captain Marvel” Danvers, Howlett’s long-term drinking partner, confidant and rumoured secret paramour pouring a bottle of the cheapest Canadian whiskey imaginable into the casket, to the strains of Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On.”
A beautiful send-off for a hairy little hero, whose deeds shall mostly remain classified, lest we realise that he was essentially a serial killer.
God loves, man kills.
Ed talks about Discovering Scarfolk by Richard Littler. Special guest Russell Smith discusses Paul Cornell’s Fallen London The interview is KT Davies and the discussion is English Horror.
You can find the rest of Season Two here
Two of my friends (Russ & Karen) guesting on the Internet Radio show of another friend (and former housemate), Ed.
Why is it always ‘queer people are projecting their identities onto characters’ and never ‘straight people are presuming that their identity is the default’?