A guest blog from the planet Gallifrey.
"The proposals would see a conveniently positioned facility built close to the railway station, with additional bus stands in the upper High Street for routes coming into the town from the east. The Council will continue to involve bus operators and interest groups to make sure we create the best facilities for Guildford."
Oh yes! Of course, no one will know that it is all about selling the existing site for an extension of the shopping centre. Earthlings are not that perceptive! Master-piece.
you are doomed,
YOU ARE DOOMED,
YOU ARE DOOOOOOooooooooo
(1 March 1918 to 18 June 1973) was an English actor, best known for his role as the first Master in Doctor Who. He began work on Doctor Who in late 1970, his first broadcast appearance being in the January 1971 adventure Terror of the Autons. He subsequently reprised the role of the Master in many of the Third Doctor serials, including The Mind of Evil, The Claws of Axos, Colony in Space, The Dæmons, The Sea Devils, The Time Monster and Frontier in Space. The Master's story arc was to have ended in The Final Game, which was planned as the final story to feature Pertwee's Third Doctor, but the story was scrapped following Delgado's sudden death. The role has since been played by several actors, most notably Anthony Ainley, Eric Roberts, Derek Jacobi and John Simm.
"I always enjoy Handel's Messiah, especially The Hallelujah Chorus", says one chum. Ahem, that's about Easter; the Resurrection of Jesus; the end of the story, not the beginning.
Top of the charts, Christmas Number 1? Sometimes CHRISTmas, often not! Here's a memorable (?) selection.
"Green, Green Grass of Home", Tom Jones, 1966
"Ernie (The Fastest Milkman in the West)", Benny Hill, 1971
"Merry Christmas Everybody", Slade, 1973
"Mary's Boy Child" , Boney M, 1978
"Saviour's Day", Cliff Richard, 1990
"Bohemian Rhapsody" , Queen, 1991 and 1975
But try this for size, sent to fbb by a blog reader. It's called the Bethlehemian Rhapsody.
CLICK and enjoy!