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He has made everything beautiful in its time.

doctorwho:

iliveinnerdvana:

M i d d l e   o f   n o w h e r e.

HOLY CROSSOVER

Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban x Doctor Who Series 4: Midnight

Perfect

Perfect

doctorwho:

Doomsday scene recreated with iPhones.

Who would do such a thing?!

doctorwho:

Doomsday scene recreated with iPhones.

Who would do such a thing?!

He brings a storm in his wake and he has one constant companion: death.

(Source: tentooing, via doctorwho)

doctorwho:

Here is the first launch art for Doctor Who Series 7.
Speculate away….
We also have the launch trailer for Series 7 coming in six hours so tuck this blog away in its own tab and come back at 6am UK time/1am EDT/10pm PDT
Here’s a direct download for the image

doctorwho:

Here is the first launch art for Doctor Who Series 7.

Speculate away….

We also have the launch trailer for Series 7 coming in six hours so tuck this blog away in its own tab and come back at 6am UK time/1am EDT/10pm PDT

Here’s a direct download for the image

inothernews:

BACK IN THE U.S.S.R.   So by now we know that U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps has broken the all-time Olympics record for most medals ever, with 19 (as of yesterday — Phelps has three more events to go at the summer games in London).  But many members of the media failed to point out exactly whose record Phelps had broken: it belonged to Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina, who won 18 medals between 1956 and 1964.  She was in attendance during Phelps’s record-smashing performance on Tuesday.  ”Latynina joked in recent weeks that it was time for a man to be able to do what a woman had done long ago,” wrote the New York Times.  ”And that it was too bad Phelps was not Russian.”  (Photo: AP via the Times)

inothernews:

BACK IN THE U.S.S.R.   So by now we know that U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps has broken the all-time Olympics record for most medals ever, with 19 (as of yesterday — Phelps has three more events to go at the summer games in London).  But many members of the media failed to point out exactly whose record Phelps had broken: it belonged to Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina, who won 18 medals between 1956 and 1964.  She was in attendance during Phelps’s record-smashing performance on Tuesday.  Latynina joked in recent weeks that it was time for a man to be able to do what a woman had done long ago,” wrote the New York Times.  ”And that it was too bad Phelps was not Russian.”  (Photo: AP via the Times)

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