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Doctor Who complete reviews: Full Circle

5 December 2010 3:55 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The older I get, the younger teenagers seem to get. Just look at this year's horrendous X Factor line-up, which seems to have been tailor-made for under-fives. Most of the acts are apparently around the 18 mark, including a Dot Cotton lookalike with a head that's about five times bigger than her body; a smug Todd Landers lookalike from Neighbours, and what appears to be a group of boy scouts from about 1977 (it's the crap haircuts, you see).

Still, this is nothing new, and even in Doctor Who, 18 year-olds seem to have overtaken the building. Take Full Circle, the first story of the E-Space trilogy. The author is a highly talented young chap called Andrew Smith, who was one of Christopher Hamilton Bidmead's real finds. Despite being only 18 years of age, Smith turned in a script that was detailed, thought-provoking and highly entertaining to boot. It deals with a whole manner of weighty subjects, »

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Doctor Who complete reviews: Full Circle

5 December 2010 3:55 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The older I get, the younger teenagers seem to get. Just look at this year's horrendous X Factor line-up, which seems to have been tailor-made for under-fives. Most of the acts are apparently around the 18 mark, including a Dot Cotton lookalike with a head that's about five times bigger than her body; a smug Todd Landers lookalike from Neighbours, and what appears to be a group of boy scouts from about 1977 (it's the crap haircuts, you see).

Still, this is nothing new, and even in Doctor Who, 18 year-olds seem to have overtaken the building. Take Full Circle, the first story of the E-Space trilogy. The author is a highly talented young chap called Andrew Smith, who was one of Christopher Hamilton Bidmead's real finds. Despite being only 18 years of age, Smith turned in a script that was detailed, thought-provoking and highly entertaining to boot. It deals with a whole manner of weighty subjects, »

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Doctor Who complete reviews: Full Circle

5 December 2010 3:55 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The older I get, the younger teenagers seem to get. Just look at this year's horrendous X Factor line-up, which seems to have been tailor-made for under-fives. Most of the acts are apparently around the 18 mark, including a Dot Cotton lookalike with a head that's about five times bigger than her body; a smug Todd Landers lookalike from Neighbours, and what appears to be a group of boy scouts from about 1977 (it's the crap haircuts, you see).

Still, this is nothing new, and even in Doctor Who, 18 year-olds seem to have overtaken the building. Take Full Circle, the first story of the E-Space trilogy. The author is a highly talented young chap called Andrew Smith, who was one of Christopher Hamilton Bidmead's real finds. Despite being only 18 years of age, Smith turned in a script that was detailed, thought-provoking and highly entertaining to boot. It deals with a whole manner of weighty subjects, »

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Doctor Who complete reviews: Full Circle

5 December 2010 3:55 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The older I get, the younger teenagers seem to get. Just look at this year's horrendous X Factor line-up, which seems to have been tailor-made for under-fives. Most of the acts are apparently around the 18 mark, including a Dot Cotton lookalike with a head that's about five times bigger than her body; a smug Todd Landers lookalike from Neighbours, and what appears to be a group of boy scouts from about 1977 (it's the crap haircuts, you see).

Still, this is nothing new, and even in Doctor Who, 18 year-olds seem to have overtaken the building. Take Full Circle, the first story of the E-Space trilogy. The author is a highly talented young chap called Andrew Smith, who was one of Christopher Hamilton Bidmead's real finds. Despite being only 18 years of age, Smith turned in a script that was detailed, thought-provoking and highly entertaining to boot. It deals with a whole manner of weighty subjects, »

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Kim Kardashian Shows Off Image for New Calendar

19 August 2010 1:39 AM, PDT | LaVish Channel | See recent LaVish Channel news »

Kim Kardashian once again puts Twitter to good use for unabashed self-promotion—this time, especially for her male admirers.

The bootylicious Keeping Up with the Kardashians star posted this image (see right) as her Twitter page background, telling followers: “new twitter background…its a sneak peak from an upcoming calendar shoot…it will be up only for one night!”

The image, reportedly from the June page of the calendar, shows an oiled-up Kim lying on a watery stage.

The 29-year-old is unsurprisingly proud of her buxom figure, and recently blasted rumours that she is jealous of her sisters’ bodies.

“I embrace my body the way it is, as every woman should,” she wrote on her website. “There is no such thing as a “weight war” dolls!”

You go girl!

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- Arylene Westlake

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