On a field trip to this awesome place
And Gallifrey base user "Back to Polarity" met Sean Pertwee and got him to sign a copy of the Holy Book. This must be definitive proof of canonness
Uh.....looks like young Sean Pertwee tried to click 'block' but accidentally clicked 'follow'
Even so, this must be further proof that the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book is canon
Not much to report. There's a cool Doctor Who series nine trailer. Capaldi's hair isn't becoming more bouffant which is a shame. Maybe they're saving it as a surprise?
And in exciting rugby news, the All Blacks appeared on the University of Auckland campus this week!! That's where i study. They're the best rugby team on the planet, and are one of the most dominant teams in all of sport. They've been #1 since 2009 and are the reigning world champions.
And then today, a couple of All Blacks were doing a signing session in a shop downtown in Auckland. This wasn't well planned. they had two lines - one just normal and one for those who got a priority pass. Those in the priority line had a card, but the silly shop didn't collect the cards as those people entered, so they went in got their photos/autographs, and could then rejoin the priority line, or give their card to a friend, whilst us in the normal line weren't even moving. Eventually, after this took up the bulk of the signing session, the shop finally realised what was going on and stopped it, and our normal line started to move. So lil' Comrade Kaled got to meet a couple of All Blacks today. W00T!!!!
Just thought i'd post some screen caps from twitter. Sreesanth is a cricket world cup winning cricketer for India. Piri Weepu won the rugby world cup for New Zealand. Craig Wing played for my favourite NRL team and now represents Japan in rugby
I may be a mediocre artist, but I've done a head shot of Alpha Centauri. Check it out here: Alpha Centauri Portrait. I hope you like it. While you're here, why not check out some of my old drawings. Like Target Novelisation - i think its amusing. The index to all the artwork is here - Index.
And Pluto has been explored. That's because shooting off to outer space is important. But remember, it's your inner space that matters most
Hey everyone. There's a new story on here.
It's about Garr being chased by Sexy Voord on a jet ski. Exciting stuff
Yes, unfortunately I'm still alive. But have been busy with exams. But they're over now. One of them was a B+. Which is either good or bad depending on your opinion.
And I've uploaded some new artwork. One day it may even be displayed in the Louvre!
Cat With Glasses
Or click on the Artwork section to see an index of all my art
Thank you :)
One of the greatest wrestlers of all time responded to my post on twitter Bought his book, photoed it with Auckland's Sky Tower in the background and he replied:D :D :D :D
You may have noticed this latest story lurking around Gallifrey Base. It's Flight Crew. A short tale set aboard the USS Enterprise, with many guest appearances. I hope you like it.
I like watching sport. Last night I went to Eden Park to watch some rugby (Auckland Blues beating the ACT Brumbies). And I had the Recipe Book with me!!
Great news! The Jon Pertwee Recipe Book has been mentioned on Wikipedia's Jon Pertwee page. Unfortunately some overzealous half-brains may delete it (this being the negative side of allowing anyone to edit their site), so here's a screen cap:
I bought Human Nature. So I tweeted about it, including a reference to the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book. Both Paul Cornell (writer of official Doctor Who episodes broadcast on the tele), and Doctor Who BBC Books (the Beeb division overseeing Doctor Who Books) retweeted it. Why would they retweet it if the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book isn't canon? The only logical answer is that the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book must be canon.
Furthermore, Doctor Who BBC Books (the officials who decide whether or not its canon) declared the the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book and Human Nature was a "classic #DoctorWho pairing". There you have it folks! The Jon Pertwee Recipe Book is classic Doctor Who. I have recorded this event in The Official Word
Isn't it amazing?
Slightly late with this update. Went to the cricket on Saturday. New Zealand (good guys) V Australia (bad guys). It was part of the Cricket World Cup. The atmosphere was awesome!!!!!!! 40,000 or near that number crammed into Eden Park to watch this match. It helped that New Zealand got most of the Australians out early. That added to the excitement and jubilation and everybody (except maybe the Aussies) were having a superb time. Things started well in the New Zealand innings, but then some quick wickets fell. New Zealand recovered, but with victory in sight we lost more wickets. We only had one more wicket left (that means if a batsman gets out then its all over) and six more runs to get. Fortunately Kane Williamson hit a six and won the game for New Zealand
Auckland is beautiful. Our main harbour is filled with islands. The main one is Rangitoto, which is also a volcano!! You may recognise the name from Super Sleuth 3 when Sexy Voord is at a beach with a view towards Rangitoto. A few blog posts ago you can see a Pertwee toy on that beach (Mission Bay) with Rangitoto in the background.
Anyway, today I went there and walked to the summit. Boiling hot, and walking uphill made it really difficult. But there are some great views!! Oh, and New Zealand Tag Team THE BUSHWHACKERS are going into the WWE Hall of Fame. Bloody lovely, tell your mother!
Hey team!! I've written another story.
Dr Who Goes to the Beach
It's about going to the beach. I hope you like it.
Went to the Symphonic Spectacular. Mean Peter Davision kept on insulting Colin Baker. He called him a big Mr Bean who's idea of exercise is reaching across a table to grab a chocolate biscuit. That wasn't very nice.
Yo yo yo!! You may have noticed a new story of mine on Gallifrey Base. If you haven't then I've posted it here too. For Better or For Worse . It's set in the parallel universe and features Rose and that alternate Tenth Doctor. It's really short so you can read it in a couple of minutes. If you like that, then click here to see a list of links to my other stories
Also, I thought it may be cool to share a picture of my wrestling toys from my childhood. The wrestlers (such as Goldberg, Hulk Hogan and Buff Bagwell should be easily recognised. But the others? the Two Vegetas on the left (blue suits - one with black hair and the other with gold hair) were my version of the Dudley Boys. Beside them is Goliath from Gargoyles who was used as Kane. His arm would recoil down when lifted which was like a chokeslam! Really cool. In front of the recipe book is a dragonfly who lost his legs. I nicknamed him the Demon. Another dragonfly (not in the picture) was the Goblin. They were often used in a tag team, and were modelled on the Hardy Boyz. Goku is beside him. He won my first King of the Ring tournament. Next to him is some guy from Gargoyles. I pretended he was the Rock, and he would have great feuds with Goldberg (Rock V Austin at WM17 was the inspiration behind this). And beside him, inbetween Hulk and Bagwell is Robin, who I called the Assassin and he was my version of the Undertaker
And that is a plaque to commemorate CM Punk's win at Wrestlemania 29. Signed by Punk, and includes a piece of the ring mat.
Howdy. Here's some spiders!
Slightly creepy, but rather cool too. A bit like wax statues of Obama.
And remember, when crossing the road, always SPLINK!!
this is a must watch! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2cJHZMfi3w
Wow!! Time is flying by. Not a lot to report. Hurt one of my toes today. Hopefully its just bruising and not a breakage. It's gone all purpley.
Happy new year! And happy Threadmas too!! It's now been four years since the canonicity of the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book was first raised. Amazing how the years have sped by. And here is a cute little insect that walked on me.
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