narcasse: Q. Skyfall (2012) (data)
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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (Default)
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narcasse: Q. Skyfall (2012) (data)
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narcasse: Sherlock.  2010 BBC adaptation. (pensive)
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narcasse: Pitt the Younger. Amazing Grace. (momentum)
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In an unrelated fashion, my specialist study appears to be fashionable again. Though at this point I’m not entirely sure that I care all that much anymore. It's been almost ten years after all.

On the other hand, this One Man Phantom of the Opera (Medley Cover) by Nick Pitera is enough to suggest that some of the things that I’ve forgotten might be worth remembering.
narcasse: Mycroft Holmes. 2010 BBC adaptation. (thoughtful)
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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (archetypes)
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narcasse: Dr John Watson, late of the Army Medical Department. 2010 BBC adaptation. (static)
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narcasse: Mycroft Holmes. 2010 BBC adaptation. (thoughtful)
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narcasse: Charles Xavier. X-Men: First Class. (thesis)
Since I’m still, slightly, somewhat, determined to not make this a fic journal like my LJ, that X-Men – First Class fic has been relegated to AO3. Not that I may ever have anything else to contribute to that fandom until [personal profile] tessercat writes something else, because it’s most certainly not my intention to start writing the Erik to his Charles. Nor am I even protesting just a little too much. I’m not at all sure that I have much of anything to say about the scenario unless it’s pingback off someone else, mostly because I’m trying to pack up and go on hiatus, and also in a smaller degree because my inherent PolSci nature will otherwise surface and I’ll find myself ranting about the failure of the European project again. I am, after all, wholly disillusioned with the EU as a democratic mechanism because that’s what it was marketed as, when really, it’s just another technocratic solution that expected public validation after the fact.

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In other news, I was actually doing quite well with Steak House or Gay Bar, until the name of an actual pub I’ve been to came up. Of course I figured that it must be a steak house somewhere else in the world, only to discover that no, that was the exact pub being referred to. And to think, I’d almost forgotten most of that pub crawl, that criss-crossed most of London, and led to myself and the sole friend who remained at the end of it, cackling over mulled wine in a pub that I’ve never actually been able to find since.
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (Default)
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narcasse: Dietrich. Trinity Blood. Schönheit ist Macht, ein Lächeln ist ihr Schwert. (shadow)
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In non-tech news, this comic strip coming to fruition, characterisation-wise, in the latest Guy Ritche Victorian steampunk action film, with that character that so wants to be Russian version Watson, but fails miserably, would actually amuse me. In fact, the Russian adaptation is about the only version where additions to the characterisation haven't annoyed me: Russian Holmes is brilliant in that classical gentleman detective fashion and his good humour only adds to that impression. As for the above comic strip, the last panel may well be a non sequitur, but it's not actually that far from my own insta-amusement at old style Received Pronunciation of 'homosexual', especially when it comes from individuals who use more modern Received Pronunciation when saying everything else.

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