Last Fall the music of Doctor Who was presented at The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. During the performance (which can be heard on Youtube) the Murray Gold piece “Song for Fifty” – a tribute to the 50th Anniversary was premiered. this piece is based on some of the words from this song.
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Profile of the Sociopath A person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is antisocial, often criminal, and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience. - Glibness and Superficial Charm - Grandiose Sense of Self - Pathological Lying - Lack of Remorse, Shame or Guilt - Shallow Emotions - Incapacity for Love - Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility So... Do you recognize any of these features in Sherlock?
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Captain Britain first appeared in Captain Britain Weekly #1 (October 1976), the beginning of a serial best-remembered for runs by writer Chris Claremont, artist Alan Davis, and writer Alan Moore. The character was initially intended exclusively for the British comics market. Endowed with extraordinary powers by the legendary magician Merlyn and his daughter Roma, Captain Britain is assigned to uphold the laws of Britain.
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Carol is the nice and willing face behind the counter. Nice if you are a masochist and willing to driving mad any unfortunate customer who needs her. This character will shrug her shoulders and even cough at you if you try to make a conversation. And if she just doesn't want to help you at all, Carol will blame technology: "Computer says no". Everyone who works behind a desk dreams of being her sometimes and with some kind of clients.
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