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Green rain GIF moodboard

Sources, from left to right and top to bottom:

1.; modified from

2.; modified from (now defunct) at

3. Found at , on

4.; tealshifted modification from ; I've seen Bia Tomaz named as the originator.

5.; modified from by @fugulolo: ; a happy instance in which I've been able to trace the originator.

5.; modified from

6. Found at ; modified from; the original source is “Shadowmar” by LeeAnne Kortus:

7. Found at the source for #4 above, with dimensions modified:

8.; modified from  Found at the source for #4 above, with dimensions modified:

9. Found at

10. Modified from .

11. A break of sunshine, found at at

12. Found at

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Teal rain .GIF moodboard.

Sources, left to right and top to bottom, as far back as I've succeeded in tracing them:

1. Modified from; the originator *may* be one Deebu P. Solomon, although their Peperoncity account is now defunct:

2.Modified from on a post at; the earliest version I've found so far (June 12, 2010) was uploaded by stissa88 at

3. Here's one whose exact originator I've been able to trace: modified from by @fugulolo:

4. Modified from, now defunct.

5. Modified from; the earliest version I've found is by Hikeotron on DeviantArt, December 5, 2004:

6. Modified from

7. Further color modification of the source of # 2.

8. Taken from, and appearing earlier at; both are now defunct. The originator seems to be Ernst Sch, on November 2, 2002:; a current link is at

9. Modified from
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Quote of the Day.

From Froborr on My Little Po-MO:

The other night, I was rereading Terry Pratchett's Night Watch, and I wondered: would Ferguson be as bad as it is if all cops were required to read the Watch books?

And the answer is, of course, yes, because the human ability to compartmentalize and justify via special pleading is infinite, but still, I can't help but think that things might be slightly better if the prevailing cultural image of cop-as-hero was more Vimes and less Dirty Harry.
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Dear kosaginolegion...

...Thank you for (among a thousand-and-three other things) being exactly the person I want at my side during Pulpfest; it's curiously validating to know I'm not the only one snickering at a New Pulp author's cameos by old Shaw Brothers characters or speculating about Kato's nationality.

A birthday gift of cyberflotsam: Emily Asher-Perrin on the subconscious intent (and perhaps karma) underlying the Doctor's metamorphoses:
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Quote of the Day.

In the process of looking for something completely unrelated, I happened upon woogledesigns' thoughts upon the nature (and, indeed existence [or rather non-]) of Doctor Who canon:

Here's what I think: The Doctor remembers every Doctor Who story ever told. Every episode, target book, comic strip and every game of companions and TARDISes you played as a kid. The universe he lives in has no record of it, because paradoxes and divergent dimensions and the time war have reset things. But the Doctor remembers and sometimes when he is sad it's because you've stopped being 8 years old and he can't run around the school playground with you anymore.

(And the comments proceed to kick around the Timey-Wimey Calvinball.)