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You know what? I have my issues with Moffat and some of his Who concepts, but I will remember far more great things about his era on Doctor Who than I will the negatives. My take on his time on Who here-


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Posted: January 9, 2016 in Needless Things, The Blog
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A look at kayfabe over the years at Needless Things


Several year end wrap-ups from the crew at Needless Things.

I hand out the First Annual Little Seven Awards here.

Devlin Valek gives his take on things here.

Phantom looks at his best of 2015 here.

Christina gives her look at the year here.

I give a less snarky look back at 2015 than my awards column here.

Happy New Year!

Check it out at Needless Things here.

Happy holidays.

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So we’re not even out of November, Thanksgiving hasn’t even come and gone yet, and already the fake “victims” of the evangelical, conservative “Christian” right are ramping up their annual pity party known as “The War on Christmas.” Years ago when this was becoming a thing on Fox News and conservative talk radio, it seemed like the kind of bad joke that no one would be stupid enough to go along with. Now it’s an annual movement filled with piously self-righteous people declaring their faith under attack while it is in fact them attacking anyone and everyone else who won’t worship as they do.

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Black Friday

It’s that time of year again. We’ve already seen the stores pack up their Halloween products a week before Halloween in order to make room for their Christmas merchandise, some of the terrestrial and satellite radio stations are already switching over to all Christmas music formats weeks in advance of Thanksgiving, and store managers everywhere are plotting their survival plan for Black Friday with the kind of detail that one would expect to see in a major military offensive. Black Friday is coming, and, even worse, the false Black Friday news media narrative is being dusted off and readied in news rooms everywhere.

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