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Note to self: seed your library liberally with Bertrand Russell and Carl Sagan before procreating.

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our ten favorite regular guests on the daily show
 (in no particular order)

Neil deGrasse Tyson

I know those feels John, I know those feels.

Link 26 Jun What do you do when one of your parents is an overbearing, misogynistic, ablist boor who ignores your boundaries?»

Sometimes the only winning move is not to play.

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Preach it.

YES FLAWLESS.

Well there you go~.

It’s like Pascal’s Wager, but without all those pesky trivialities like multiple claimants to the title of supreme creator being to fuck up your false dichotomy.

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R.I. P. Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920 – June 5, 2012)
Despite not being directly related to Doctor Who, his prolific sci-fi writings have had an undeniable effect on generations of people, including DW writer Neil Gaiman, and their expectations and imaginations when it came to science fiction.
Not many people believe in the power of words quite like Mr. Bradbury, on how they can inspire love, pain, and courage. How words can impart knowledge, strength, and power. This is something our own dear Doctor believes.
To finish, here’s something that we know Mr. Bradbury would have been so proud of:

“You want weapons? We’re in a library! Books! The best weapons in the world! This room’s the greatest arsenal we could have - arm yourselves!”
- Tenth Doctor, Tooth and Claw

Wherever you are, Mr. Bradbury, we here on the TARDIS and myself personally, would like to thank you for all the wonderful, amazing words you have shared with us.
- Zanderpants

thetardis:

R.I. P. Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920 – June 5, 2012)

Despite not being directly related to Doctor Who, his prolific sci-fi writings have had an undeniable effect on generations of people, including DW writer Neil Gaiman, and their expectations and imaginations when it came to science fiction.

Not many people believe in the power of words quite like Mr. Bradbury, on how they can inspire love, pain, and courage. How words can impart knowledge, strength, and power. This is something our own dear Doctor believes.

To finish, here’s something that we know Mr. Bradbury would have been so proud of:

“You want weapons? We’re in a library! Books! The best weapons in the world! This room’s the greatest arsenal we could have - arm yourselves!”

- Tenth Doctor, Tooth and Claw

Wherever you are, Mr. Bradbury, we here on the TARDIS and myself personally, would like to thank you for all the wonderful, amazing words you have shared with us.

- Zanderpants

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A little bit of Time Lord ethics for ya.

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