Audi TT vs. Vauxhall – Who’s the bigger idiot?

Here is a bit of road rage captured by a dash camera in the UK. The yellow car is an Audi TT and is in a lane that is mean to go straight while the grey car is Vauxhall (GM to those of us in the USA) in a lane that is meant for turning only.

The grey car driver obviously errs by not trying to cut into the other lane but the yellow car drive, when faced with a choice of letting a bad driver cut in front of them or trying to block them, chooses to block them. Who is the bigger idiot?…

Audi TT vs. Vauxhall – Who's the bigger idiot?

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Scooby Doo / Mystery Incorporated

SD:MI is the most recent incarnation of the large loveable canine and his teenage sleuth friends. (I'm fairly sure most on this board are familiar with the concept…)
SD:MI is much more ambitious and complicated than previous incarnations, and imho is much superior.
The group's relationship(s) examined (Fred hearts Daphne, Shaggy likes Velma but isn't ready to turn his back on the dog); the parents are shown (Daphne's folks are rich, Shaggy's upscale, Velma's smart but modestly moneyed; Fred…

Scooby Doo / Mystery Incorporated

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Gotham

I had a chance to watch the first three episodes of Gotham, the Batman universe origins TV series, and I must say it is better than I was anticipating it to be.

Visually it is a nice mix of all of the modern Batman movies with styling cues mostly from the Christian Bale era with a few nods towards the Keaton/Kilmer/Clooney movies. There is nothing over-the-top silly like the styling of Batman & Robin (anybody else remember the dayglo paint in the gang den? :mirelly:) but a few…

Gotham

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Witch World by Andre Norton

Witch World by Andre Norton

I was aware of Andre Norton when devouring SFF at a high rate in the 1960s and 1970s, but for
some reason read hardly any of her work except for the two Janus stories. In particular, I was
familiar with the Witch World title so when this 1963 novel was suggested as one of the
monthly reads of the Classic SF discussion forum I decided it was time to catch up.

Simon Tregarth, an ex-soldier living on the fringes of the…

Witch World by Andre Norton

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