Oh just fuck you Moffat.
Wow, those effects stunk. As did the storyline. Well, there was little storyline. 5 characters Moffat created had a meeting, and then because they were not meant too, they went to Trenzalor, where the Doctor is buried. Then Clara scattered herself throughout the Doctors timeline, explaining how she became the impossible girl.
Then Moffat pulled John Hurt as a ‘lost doctor’ out of his ass to leave dangling heading into the 50th anniversary. And that is the story. Oh, For some reason, 5 tricksters type villains hung around with Richard E. Grant. That was the story, such as it was.
If Moffat has decided to go off canon and invent a ‘secret, lost Doctor’, I shall be very put out. If Hurt Doctor is the Valeyard, could live with that, just. But if he is some bad Doctor who has never been mentioned before, well, stuff that.
Weakest finale ever.
Thousands marched through the streets of the Puerto Rican capital on Friday in support of LGBT rights.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz and Sen. Ramón Nieves Pérez, who sponsored the sweeping anti-LGBT non-discrimination bill the Senate on Thursday passed by a 15-11 vote margin, unfurled an LGBT Pride flag from the balcony of City Hall as marchers passed. She stood with members of Butterflies Trans Association, a trans advocacy group, while wearing a white hand band with the word “equity” on it as she spoke from the steps of the Puerto Rican capitol at the end of the march.
“I say from the bottom of my heart to those who are listening to us — all of Puerto Rico; we are all equal,” Yulín said.
Alicia Burgos, the mother of Pedro Julio Serrano of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and his father spoke to marchers from the back of a pick-up truck that stopped near Plaza de Colón in Old San Juan.
“We are marching against homophobia,” she said.
Tragic murder committed in the early hours of the day.
New York’s CBS 2 reports:
A gunman used anti-gay slurs before he shot and killed a man in fashionable Greenwich Village early Saturday, police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.
Police were dispatched to the corner of 8th Street and Sixth Avenue just after midnight Saturday. They found the victim, an unidentified 32-year-old man, on the ground with a gunshot wound to the head, police said.
Kelly said the gunman…first urinated on the street outside a bar, then walked into the bar, according to an Associated Press report. The man proceeded to make anti-gay remarks to the bartender and show that he had a silver pistol in his holster, the wire service reported.
Kelly then said the gunman came up to the victim and his companion outside, asked if they were “gay wrestlers,” and shot the victim in the face, the wire service reported.
According to the NY Post, a suspect was apprehended shortly after the shooting: “The gunman ran five blocks before cops collared him at West Third Street and MacDougal Street.”
NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn released a statement condemming the attack:
“I am horrified to learn that last night, a gay man was murdered in my district after being chased out of a Greenwich Village restaurant and assailed by homophobic slurs….There was a time in New York City when two people of the same gender could not walk the street arm-in-arm without fear of violence and harassment. We refuse to go back to that time.”
Also speaking out this morning is State Senator Brad Hoylman:
“I am outraged by the recent wave of anti-LGBT violence in our city and it is shocking and extremely distressing that a man was shot to death just this morning apparently because he was gay. Nobody anywhere should have to live with fear of harm because of his or her sexual orientation…. I applaud the NYPD for making a swift arrest in this case and call on all New Yorkers to unite against hate and gun violence.”
Neither the victim or the suspect have been identified. Updates as they come in.
Update: Victim has been ID’d as Marc Carson, according to a NYT police source. Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly: “This clearly looks to be a hate crime.”