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2008-05-27 - 12:38 p.m.
We got hammered pretty well at work yesterday. Usually on Memorial Day, since the kids have school the next day, folks start heading home at about 7:30 - 8pm. Not this time - folks were there until past 10. I finally made it home after midnight, fed the cat her wet food, and watched Doctor Who for awhile.
Speaking of Doctor Who...
The Doctor Who program has supported the charity Children In Need for many many years, usually by doing a non-canon short story.
For 2007, they did a video that brought back the man who was MY first Doctor - Peter Davison - to meet the current Doctor, played brilliantly by David Tennant.
Here's the video. I love it. I hope it'll be on the DVD collections.
Beyond that, it's quiet here at Chez Too Old.
Hope things are quiet where you are.
Be seeing you.
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