Do I sense another celebrity bloodbath?Rest now, my warrior...Sir John Hurt, wonderful War Doctor.
Yes...we've lost him. The cancer monster has struck again.
My heart is broken over the loss of you, Horned War Doctor. I loved your work in "Doctor Who" and "The Black Cauldron", and I always will. I miss you very much, and I hope you are safe in the arms of Christ.
Is this the real life or is this Doctor Who?Friends, Whovians, countrymen…
Would you like your life to be like Doctor Who? Would you like to feel like you are the Doctor?
(Well, generally speaking, that depends on the Doctor in question. I had taken a “Which Doctor are you?” quiz once, and I got the 8th. I was like “Yay, I’m 8!...Oh, fuck, I’m 8, I’m gonna go through so much shit! Why!?)
Anyway, here are three simple ways to make yourself feel like you are the Doctor, without having to suffer through insane amounts of running, monsters, silliness, technobabble, sadness, and people dying in horrible ways:
1. Become an expert in history and its details.
Like me. Sorry, I don’t mean to brag, but I do really enjoy history, and I have become quite good at remembering and explaining it.
So, okay, that is not exactly a simple way, it takes time and effort, but the payoff is quite good: You get to impress your friend