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  1. What about this cock blocking prick – tennis player Nick Kyrgios verbally abusing Stan Warwinka over his 18 year old girlfriend, mumbling during the match that his friend was banging her, and also ‘he (Warwinka) is banging an 18 year old’.

    Think’s hes a tough guy yet also thinks claiming a 30 year old banging an 18 year old is an insult rather than a compliment.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/tennis/11802474/Nick-Kyrgios-and-Stan-Wawrinka-involved-in-locker-room-bust-up-after-girlfriend-slur.html


  2. You just have to look at the comments under any one of Sabrina’s videos to realize you have to be a complete white knight AND aspie to insist that it’s men rather than WOMEN who are the REAL PROBLEM.


  3. Age gap of Doctor Who and his companions :

    http://s.telegraph.co.uk/graphics/projects/doctor-who/index.html

    The first Doctor Who companion was supposed to be 16 but was played by an actress in her twenties (and hence not actually the biggest age gap). I remember reading that the original writers intended some romantic tension between her and William Hartnell but the BBC producers thought it would be too controversial and so introduced her as the Doctor’s ‘grand-daughter’.


  4. American troops in Afghanistan told to ‘ignore paedophiles’.

    http://www.newser.com/story/213158/us-troops-we-were-told-to-ignore-pedophile-allies.html

    Hmmm…maybe that’s because the US intervention in Afghanistan wasn’t supposed to be about the West imposing moral values on a conquered territory?

    I wonder how long the millions of Islamic ‘refugees’ pouring into Germany will ‘ignore’ gay men kissing in the street, or men wearing women’s dresses entering their daughter’s and wives’ toilets and changing room’s as ‘transgenders’, or similar outrages against their moral code?


  5. I have seen that opening Dr Who segment many times (and frankly) it is the only really interesting part of the series: two teachers at an Inner-city Secondary Mod, decide – on their own volition – to follow one of their pupils (played by the lovely Carol Ann Ford as a fifteen year old, I’d say) to find out more about her, and end up in a junkyard where a man has locked her in a cupboard and claims to be her grandfather. Yeah right. Prior to that the male teacher reveals that his knowledge of pop -music aimed at young teenagers is as great as hers. Hmm. Very odd. The rest of the series may perhaps be described as a rather Pied-Piper like older man taking a young woman on the most fantastic adventure – and never a hint of sex, which makes the Doctor either A-sexual or Gay … or very repressed (or perhaps one can imagine the sex scenes only being for European audiences). It is very odd – and then there is the robotic dog! Definitely in need of further deconstuction: such as Jon Pertwee with a bouffant hair-perm hob-nobbing very butch with the military or equally permed Tom Baker but no they are not G-A-Y. Odd, odd , odd and weren’t the female assistants (they quickly dropped the male ones like Frazer Hines) so uber-cute in their micro-pelmets. No idea what it is like now. I expect it has gone all strong-empowered-ethnic-women stuff with estuary accents, never like that when the Honourable Mrs Dawkins pronounced her vowels so perfectly. …but one must be relevant, I am told.

    The above reference to Afghanistan reminds me of a scene in a rather odd Ian Fleming movie entitled Danger Grows Wild where Hugh Griffith playing an Afghani War Lord hints to U.N. Colonel Yul Brynner that heroin might not be the only item of interest for sale in Afghanistan.


  6. There’s also a curious titbit regarding Doctor Who that never gets mentioned. The homosexual producer- Russell T Davis – who revived the series 11 years ago was famous for a gay drama series he produced earlier called ‘Queer as Folk’. I distinctly remember watching one episode in which the adult gay ‘hero’ of the drama is seen pulling up outside a school in his car to pick up his teenage lover. I can’t be sure but the schoolboy may even have been underage (in the drama).

    (edit – just checking the wikipedia page, and the schoolboy character is listed as being 15 years old – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queer_as_Folk_%28UK_TV_series%29#Characters_and_plot).


  7. Obviously a sick fantasy: no fifteen year old has ever been known to get into a car for the purpose of having sex with its driver; I mean, that would require consent and no fifteen year old can ever consent to any form of sexual activity.


  8. “The first Doctor Who companion was supposed to be 16 but was played by an actress in her twenties (and hence not actually the biggest age gap). I remember reading that the original writers intended some romantic tension between her and William Hartnell but the BBC producers thought it would be too controversial and so introduced her as the Doctor’s ‘grand-daughter’.”

    Um… no. The character was there to represent the “child” audience, in much the same way the teachers were to represent adults and the original Doctor the “aged” demographic. There was NEVER any thought of “romantic tension”. That shit didn’t happen until the modern series, which has dumbed itself down in order to appeal to the Twilight audience. The original writer merely decided to make her his granddaughter as he thought it looked a bit weird otherwise…


  9. O.K., sorry, I didnt’ mean to question the purity of Dr Who. There are some taboos here I just shouldn’t touch – point taken!


  10. Bill Hartnell was such a great (and underrated) actor. His performance in Bells Go Down (1941) steals the picture. He usually played slightly dodgy or down-at-heel individuals – and The Doctor comes across that way (in his performance of the part). Post Hartnell, I thought Troughton, amongst others, very good but without quite the edge that Hartnell brought.

    I would hesitate to say what the first writer of the series (an Australian I seem to recall) intended. What I can say is (bizarrely) there are two filmed versions of the first episode (not quite the same as each other) and the one that was broadcast was re-broadcast a week later as the first outing clashed with the assassination of JFK. Back in 1963 I would have said that if there was any totty in the series it was Jacqueline Hill as the female teacher – consider her made up as an Aztec princess. Intriguingly the first of the feature films (where Cushing plays The Doctor as fairly doddery) his grand-daughter is much younger than Carol Ann Ford and looks to be not quite in double figures.


  11. Intriguingly the first of the feature films (where Cushing plays The Doctor as fairly doddery) his grand-daughter is much younger than Carol Ann Ford and looks to be not quite in double figures.

    Seems a bit of coincidence perhaps that in the tv series they stated the granddaughter’s age as 16 i.e.just at the age of consent. I mean, if they were using her simply to represent the childhood audience, wouldn’t they have gone with an even younger actress (as in the film version)?


  12. Post Hartnell, I thought Troughton, amongst others, very good but without quite the edge that Hartnell brought.

    Troughton was my favourite Doctor, even though he was before my time, and the episodes of his that I’ve watched seem to have the most intelligent scripts.

    It’s good to see them going with an older Doctor again – maybe it’s a sign that the older male is coming back into fashion a little bit (we can only hope, lol)? Although I’ve hardly watched it since the show’s politically correct revival.


  13. “O.K., sorry, I didnt’ mean to question the purity of Dr Who. There are some taboos here I just shouldn’t touch – point taken!”

    LOL The idea of the Doctor being romantically involved with his companions is solely an invention of the increasingly stupid modern series. In the original series, the Doctor – despite initially having a granddaughter – was basically depicted as asexual, with his relationship with young female companions being paternalistic/favourite-uncle in nature. 😉


  14. Most of the Doctor Who episodes I watched were with Jon Pertwee. I never had much doubt that Liz Schorr and Jo Grant were his girlfriends. That may be because American TV shows of the same time period always portrayed relationships with the couples doing a lot of bantering without any actual sexual action.

    Recently, I saw the Quatermass series from England and got the same feeling about Quatermass and his female assistant.


  15. That is an excellent point Anti-feminist: Carol Ann Ford’s character is very much at the age of legal consent so how dare those officious teachers assume that if she is in a box with an old man that it is against her will – they acknowledge that she is unusual. There is however no hint that she has any interest in sex or in any particular man. After that the female assistants became a little older and a little tougher.

    Roberta Tovey ( I just checked) would have been eleven or twelve when she made her first Doctor film opposite Peter Cushing — a child rather than an adolescent, though it may be that she was deliberately acting younger than her real age. In the 2150 film there is one scene (where she is on the ground covered by a man – not her grandfather) which would not I think be filmable today – yet it is entirely innocent.


  16. @Opus – perhaps we should include Doctor Who in the peadocrite of the year poll? It might send Fraudtrelle over the edge – beaten by a woman into second place last year, beaten by a fictional tv character this year.

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