- Wed, 13:53: #nowplaying Pet Shop Boys' "Yes". Brilliant album. Possibly one of their best. Mind you, I still love Bilingual, and nobody else does...
- Wed, 13:56: "And if I were the King of Rome/I couldn't be more lonely..." Lovely song. Even if I don't really know what it's about..!
- Wed, 13:59: Opening of Pet Shop Boys' "Pandemonium" (the song). "Doctor Who" theme music. Separated at birth or what?!
- Wed, 14:06: A friend has set up a Justgiving page, raising money in support of Cancer Research UK, in memory of #elisabethsladen - http://bit.ly/iesbGH
- Wed, 14:07: btw, please RT that last Tweet!
- Wed, 14:13: A good cause http://j.mp/g3lTiN
- Wed, 14:58: @TobyHadoke a friend has set up a justgiving page for Cancer Research UK in memory of Lis Sladen - can you RT? http://tinyurl.com/5u6h54f
- Wed, 15:21: #nowplaying #petshopboys Bilingual. Nearly up to my favourite song, "The Survivors". I always cry when I hear that.
- Wed, 19:46: RT @edwardrussell: My Sarah Jane: A tribute to Elisabeth Sladen. This Saturday at 18.45 on CBBC - directly after Doctor Who.
Would you live in the perfect house or apartment rent-free if you found out a brutal murder had taken place there and it was rumored to be haunted? Why or why not?
Whoever thinks up these questions is getting flipping morbid lately!
A brutal murder is something that happened in the past, and has no effect on the house nowadays.
As for rumours of hauntings, I kind of vacillate a bit nowadays, but I mostly don't believe in ghosts or hauntings.
So no, I probably wouldn't let either factor influence my decision to live in a place.
Although if I lived there a few weeks and was worried by strange noises in the night and cold spots and the contents of my bookshelves being thrown around the library, I'd think twice.