This is an alternative history story in which the First Doctor never kidnaps Ian and Barbara from Totter's Lane.
"Now that we've let them go, I suggest we leave here." annouced Susan as she pushed buttons and pulled levers as the TARDIS landed in a block of flats in 2014. The Doctor turns on the scanner and sees a man and his daughter walking out of the lift. The Doctor and Susan step outside and randomly knock on their door. The girl answered it. "What do you want? I'm meeting with Shirley and Brenda in twenty minutes and I havn't even picked what to wear!" she said as her dad put some grocieres in the fridge. " I don't care. What year is it?" the Doctor snapped. " Had a hangover or something? You could come in for a cofee." asked the girl…
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It is the time of year when the classic alternative history - "It's a Wonderful Life" -- hits the airways. Or, as in my case, might be dusted off and played at home. In this movie, the main character faces a financial disaster and in frustration he says "I wish I had never been born." Instead of an "auto-biography" this is a "Naughto-biography," for the biography is NOTHING (Naught).
Clarence, an angel seeking to earn his wings, is sent to teach him a lesson about his unsung heroism that changed the world around him. It occurred to me that such an exercise could help me take a look at my own life in much the same way. I hope to provide a running history of the last six decades based on the lives of those lives I have touched even if on…Read more >
Hi, Wingman. This works fine. Comments appear just as they do in any blog, but it works fantastic.Read more >
Okay, folks, it would seem that the "blog" and the "message wall" may have been reversed. This looks all the world like a talk page as seen on any other wiki that I have been on.
My one contact with the wiki community outside of a prepared "welcome" note has been from Wingman1, who has suggested that the blog be used for talk. I like that idea, given the problems with the "Message Wall"
So, Here's hoping that the blog works. SouthWriter (talk) 23:05, October 8, 2012 (UTC)Read more >