Saturday, 31 December 2011

Review Of The Year 2011

Here's the now annual tradition of the review of the year.

January
Mostly Index and Remastered posts, we were also dubbed "Some random shit"

February
Also dominated Index and Remastered posts, but we reached our thousandth post.

March
We share Duel and legally The Tempest with you...

April
More Tempest and some Sherlock.

May
For the first time I missed a day on the daily blog.

June
IT issues meant sample pictures and then it order to make up for it, loads of photos that I took.

July
Not a lot.

August
Not a lot, and avoid the void.

September
Not a lot.

October
Not a lot.


Movember
Taches galore.


November
The Cloak photo appeared and then FistKrammer.

December
Not a lot. Well, we wouldn't want to spoil you.






P.S. Happy Birthday Andy for today.

Friday, 30 December 2011

Top Ten Posts

I've looked into the statistics and conted on my fingers and worked out what the top ten most popular posts are in terms of hits:

At number 10 it's:
Fimble #9
I presume that this disappoints scores of childen. Sorry.

Number 9 is:
Mo Than Ever
People must either be searching for Bajansinh Juwansinh Gurjar or looking for his beautiful facial locks.

In at number 8 it's:
Dimanche
Which is either popular because people wih to improve their French or because Dawn has beautiful cleavage. You decide.

In an impressive piece of synchronicity, number 7 is:
Cymbal #7
From the same series of osts that gave us a Fimble, here's a Cymbal.

Number 6 makes me proud since it since it must be a good thing that it's:
Thanks Be To You
I'm certain this is only ever found by nice people who wish to be thankful in multiple languages and the rest of the blog must appal them.

Number 5 is a post I'm quite pleased to see here, it's:
What Is He Miming?
Presumably only popular with Google Image Searchers after mimes, but still...

Number 4 is:
A Gi Lewisham
Sadly for Gi, it's more likely because of that handy map than because he is inordinately popular. I could be wrong.

The top three now and surprisingly number 3 is:
Index: Z's
I have no idea how this happened.

Ever popular at number 2 it's:
Famke's Johnson
I knew this post had garnered a lot of hits, mostly from people searching for 'Famke Janssen nude' (Who I suppose would now be directed here instead, unlucky Famke Janssen nude fans).

And our all time number 1 (so far) is:
Index: Y's
Which is disappointing, because once again it must be due to image search people who are probably taking the piss out of the youth of today.

Thursday, 29 December 2011

Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

I Pity The Fool

This blog features a couple of references to the TV show The A Team:

• For obvious reason Index A's features the series logo.

Soldiers Of Fortune uses a version of the opening monologue from the show and a photo of the iconic van.

Time For T and T For Two both feature a static photo of Mr T as B. A. Baracus which was supposed to be a hilarous moving gif. Oh how you might have laughed. Instead he is motionless and therefore far less funny.



Another post related to The A Team can be found here.

Monday, 26 December 2011

Box

Welcome to the village of Box.

I recommend the Box In Pictures link, with its photos of Historic Box, 20th Century Box, Recent Box and Box Then And Now.

Saturday, 24 December 2011

Present Stuff



Grammar aside. Christmas can be a time for charity. Give giving a go.

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Life's A Blur

This blog features a couple of refeences to the band Blur:

Sunday Sunday shares its name with a song released as a single in 1993 and appears on the album Modern Life Is Rubbish.

Bank Holiday appears on the album Parklife.


Other Blur related posts can be found here.

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Saturday, 17 December 2011

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Even Even Even Yet Mo' Foe Toes

More photographs on this blog on another blog: here and here.

More cartoons/drawings/etc on this blog on another blog: here.

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

After The Time War

This blog features a number of post which reference Doctor Who in the 2000's:

• Stephen Fry appears in Death Comes To Time.


• Simon Callow plays Charles Dickens in The Unquiet Dead and The Wedding Of River Song.

Father's Day shares its name with a Ninth Doctor episode.


Felicity Kendal appears in The Unicorn And The Wasp.

Debbie Chazen appears in Voyage Of The Damned.

Global Warming uses a photo from The Poison Sky.

Thrilling Adventures In The Time And Space concerns the 46th anniversary of the first broadcast of the series.

June Whitfield appears in The End Of Time.


It's His Lordship doesn't feature Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, but it was posted the day after his announcement which shows you just how topical I wasn't.

• Plus Doctor Who is referenced in Writer Meeting, Part One: A Bad Start

Other Doctor Who related posts can be found here.

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Friday, 9 December 2011

Thursday, 8 December 2011

Monday, 5 December 2011

Half Human

This blog features absolutely no posts which reference Doctor Who in the 1990's:



Until now.

• Plus Doctor Who is referenced in Writer Meeting, Part One: A Bad Start

Other Doctor Who related posts can be found here.

Friday, 2 December 2011

JLS


I find JLS to be a very successful form of contraception without even purchasing their products...

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Question Marked

This blog features a number of post which reference Doctor Who in the 1980's:

Estate Of Decay alludes to the story State Of Decay.


• Spectrox is a Narcofiction that appears in The Caves Of Androzani.


Mapped uses an image from Dragonfire.


I've Got Secrets and at least one of them is Doctor Who related, and it's still true.

• Plus Doctor Who is referenced in Writer Meeting, Part One: A Bad Start

Other Doctor Who related posts can be found here.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Slashed


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Sunday, 27 November 2011

FistKrammer

They said it would never happen. They were wrong.

This sketch was three years in the making, ladies and gentlemen a hushed silence please for the man they call...

FistKrammer

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Curled



It's like having a toast rack on either side of your face.

Friday, 25 November 2011

Downstairs



That arrow is heading in the wrong direction for my liking...

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Adolf



It looks as though our model, Adolf, has eccessively long and matted nasal hair.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Exiled To Earth, Bohemia And Beyond...

This blog features a number of post which reference Doctor Who in the 1970's:

• Jon Pertwee Splinked with the best of the them.


Seventeen Heads Are Better Than One features a photo from Spearhead From Space.

Void uses an image from the Season 11 title sequence.

What Time Is It? uses a photo from Death To The Daleks.


• "Dying Can't Be That Bad Everybody's Doing It" is a Tom Baker quote.

• The target used in Two Minutes appears in Genesis Of The Daleks.

• The Master says "Resistance Is Futile" in The Deadly Assassin.

• There are seven Mona Lisas in City Of Death

• Vraxoin is a Narcofiction that appears in Nightmare Of Eden.

Other Doctor Who related posts can be found here.

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Monday, 14 November 2011

From Historical To Horror...

This blog features a number of post which reference Doctor Who in the 1960's:

Thrilling Adventures In The Time And Space concerns an anniversary of the series first broadcast.


The Daleks first appeared in the show's second story.

Feathers uses a photo from The Chase.


Kilroy Was Here is famous piece of graffiti which I would probably have never heard of if it hadn't appeared in The Invasion.

Flight Through Eternity and Kidnap share their names with First Doctor episodes.


Pete, Part Seven features a photo of Peter Cushing as the movie Dr Who in Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 AD.

• Plus Doctor Who is referenced in Writer Meeting, Part One: A Bad Start

Other Doctor Who related posts can be found here.