Donna Noble and the Tenth Doctor's awesome friendship
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Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith 828-858 A.D.
Joe Harris went 2-for-10 in the same game that Virginia beat a top-five team by 19. I watched every second of the Syracuse game and I still can’t read that sentence without actually saying the word “bullshit.” If Florida loses to a 16-seed by 30 in the first round, I still might consider that first sentence to be the biggest upset of the college basketball season. It’s making me rethink everything I considered to be true about this sport.
(By the way, Virginia fans are nodding in agreement as they read this, while everyone else doesn’t get what the big deal is because it’s been ages since they paid attention to Virginia basketball.)
As much as I want to pat myself on the back for claiming one of the first seats on the Virginia bandwagon, the Wahoos are playing so much better than even I thought was possible. Over the last three games, Virginia is outscoring opponents in the second half by an average of 19.7 points. Those three opponents have combined to shoot 34 percent, while Virginia has shot 53 percent. If Thomas Rogers doesn’t blast the roof off John Paul Jones Arena with a last-minute 3, Virginia nearly pulls off the Trilly Five-Way against Syracuse. I could go on all day. I know Virginia only had one game each against the other five teams in the ACC’s top six, but the Hoos also haven’t lost to any team outside the ACC’s top six, which is something none of those other five can say. So discredit Virginia’s dominance of one of college basketball’s best conferences if you want. Just know that you’re wrong.
The part of me that loves to see once-proud programs return to prominence absolutely wants this to happen."
At 600km above planet Earth the temperature fluctuates between +258 and -146 degrees Fahrenheit. There is nothing to carry sound. No air pressure. No oxygen. Life in space is impossible.
“I had a huge appetite for old black and white movies on BBC 2. At the weekends they used to run matinees, and the more romantic the better.”