Life is too short to want to punch a website in the face, but there I was, staring at Apple.com, feeling the rage. I was struck for the nth time by the sheer badness of the name iPad when I realized there were worse names of tech companies, products, and services. In fact, there are entire categories of bad.
Geek uberhero Nathan Fillion, in his bid to earn the role of Nathan Drake in the upcoming movie-based-on-a-videogame Uncharted, is cosplaying Drake.
He’s the world’s greatest photobomber AND a stealth cosplayer? He’s made of 100% pure-grade awesome.
Doppelgäynger of the Day: Gay porn star Cameron Adams, who plays “Himmione Grainghim” in the Harry Potter porn parody Whorrey Potter and the Sorcerer’s Balls, happened upon his non-gay-porn counterpart Emma Watson at last month’s MTV Movie Awards.
Apparently, when he told her about his latest film role it made her night.
Poor Sixth Doctor. No one seems to give Colin Baker any love. The same is true for his outfit. It’s a deliberate mess, and only the brave or the hopelessly outdated could get this going in public.
1. His question-mark lapel pins were awesome then, are awesome now, and will ever and always be awesome.
2. That’s about it.
See the original article here.
Sidenote: An acquaintance once interviewed Colin Baker and told me he was a genuinely nice guy.
If you think the Fifth Doctor’s clothes aren’t wearable on the streets, you would be right and wrong. Peter Davidson’s character didn’t wear a costume…he wore a uniform. This is what cricket players wore on the field. They did not, however, wear a stalk of celery.
In fact, now that I think about it, a stalk or celery, or better yet, a celery-shaped pin, is a cool way to pay homage to the Fifth Doctor.
From the original article:
2: Shirt – any normal long-sleeved white shirt will do. Don’t forget to draw those question marks on the collars, and maybe color the underside red too….
3: Tie – no tie. The Fifth Doctor does not think bow ties are cool.
More on the 10th Doctor when the BBC gets around to it.
This is almost too easy. Anyone is easily recognized as the Fourth Doctor with only a floppy brown hat and a 12-foot long scarf. But the BBC has more deets, such as neckwear:
“A burgundy cravat, perhaps, or some kind of neckerchief, but the Fourth Doct…