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This book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer Nash entitled "The Cartmel Masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord God in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into Gallifrey. As the series was canceled, this idea never made it to TV, but was instead realized in this book.

Ok, so basically, way back in the day Gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, Rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), Omega (of classic series "The three doctors" fame, and the Other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). So somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some Pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! No more babies for you!!" and thus all of Gallifrey was barren. To stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into Looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. New Gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the Houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. Also, each House's Loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant Cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. Confused yet? Bored yet? Me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some TV characters!!

Romana II's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in E-Space, returned to Normal space and somehow been elected president of Gallifrey. As you do.

Leela is also hanging out on Gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. Her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, I thought the gallireyans were sterile!! Well, yes but I guess Romnana goes glamping or something with the Real Housewives of Pythia and the curse is reversed. Or something).

K-9 is being an awesome. So is K-9 II. They hang out. Trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

Ace/Dorothee is running around Paris and gets dragged to Gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on Gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. Blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

Ok, back to the weird stuff. So the Doctor's House was the House of Lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? Also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. You know what else is pretty terrible? The Doctor's cousins! They're all really awful people and I don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and I couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). So you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. So all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? I have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

Did that make any sense? No? Is this review frustrating you? Good! Cause that's how Lungbarrow will make you feel!!

In the end the zombies and the Doctor chat and the Doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and I knew nothing about. Oh, and Romana gets briefly deposed. And I guess the doctor is secretly a God, as he's actually The Other from timelord history!! Who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! The lungbarrow loom! Which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the Doctor. So the Doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a TARDIS in the meantime. The TARDIS takes him back in time where he meets Susan, aka the Other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. The doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? But eventually decides that every Lone Ranger needs a Tonto and agrees to take her along.

And the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

Look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, I might have liked this one. I honestly enjoyed having Romana and Leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. I understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/Gallifrey less silly. And in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. But it wasn't. Oh, it wasn't.

And honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. Read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much.

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ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

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ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. It is based on the manga volume 2 report 7 and volume 2 report 8. Your shortlisted this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. properties there are currently no properties in your shortlist. Not only did paul weller and the jam create some of the 256 most urgent and essential rock albums of the s, but they also inspired an entire style movement. If a leader goes down, one of the other replicas is automatically elected as the new 256 leader. As a result, at the same time another essential requirement be met practical tirf systems: it can be realized the possibility this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. of supplementing the information obtained by tirf method by classical incident light by the sample either simultaneously or shortly after the illumination light for tirf excitation is illuminated with normal incident light. So how do you access your files from windows if they are on 256 an xfs partition? Record student ideas under the heading "what animals this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. need.

In terms of uses of this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much.
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ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. to demonstrate how science can use indirect observation and inference to create a model. Newton, using old technology from walter and bell's research, is able to pull an 256 entire building from the parallel universe to the prime, and the team races against time to prevent harm when, due to the laws of mass conservation, a building from the prime is pulled to the parallel one. She also essayed the role of pallavi, a promising classical singer who fights to bring this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. her voice back when she loses her mother who is also her mentor in the hindi film, dance of the wind in. The introduction, by barbara moore, covers getting to know your deck, developing meanings for the cards, understanding numbers as the work within the suits, the elemental and life area associations for the suits, developing questions, understanding positions within a spread, using reversals, and this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. the process of performing a reading, she also discusses ritual in connection with the tarot, cleansing the cards, and keeping a tarot journal. Warshaw also believes that atari's downfall was more a result of their business practices—including alleged block booking of poorly selling games with successful ones when dealing with distributors—than any specific failed games. this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. We can have our new year's eve dinner at this book popped up on my radar when it was mentioned in a video from tgwtg.com producer nash entitled "the cartmel masterplan" which detailed how, towards the end of the classic series, there was this crazy idea to make the doctor be some kind of time lord god in an attempt to inject a little more mystery into gallifrey. as the series was canceled, this idea never made it to tv, but was instead realized in this book.

ok, so basically, way back in the day gallifrey was founded by these three dudes, rassilon (of new series super-spitty guy fame), omega (of classic series "the three doctors" fame, and the other (of no fame, because apparently he wrote himself out of history?). so somewhere along the line these dudes pissed off some pythian witches who were all, "haha, we curse you! no more babies for you!!" and thus all of gallifrey was barren. to stop their species from extinction, they came up with this rather esoteric idea of having the dead be absorbed into looms which would then weave the next generation by recombining the genes. new gallifreyans are born fully grown up, and are educated in one of the houses until they're ready to be unleashed onto the world. also, each house's loom can only produce a predetermined amount of extant cousins (as they're called, instead of siblings) or else it's super duper illegal and they get a fine or something. confused yet? bored yet? me too, let's do what the book does and jump to some tv characters!!

romana ii's decided that she's done playing with the furrys in e-space, returned to normal space and somehow been elected president of gallifrey. as you do.

leela is also hanging out on gallifrey for reasons which never become clear. her current hobbies include being bored and getting knocked up by some minor gallifreyan official (but wait! you gasp, i thought the gallireyans were sterile!! well, yes but i guess romnana goes glamping or something with the real housewives of pythia and the curse is reversed. or something).

k-9 is being an awesome. so is k-9 ii. they hang out. trade stories, blow some things up, pick up some chicks, the usual tin dog stuff.

ace/dorothee is running around paris and gets dragged to gallifrey where she sits in a room and fights with her evil twin for awhile before rejoining the group on gallifrey and doing...not much of anything. blows up a mountain, eventually, but othesrise nothing of import.

ok, back to the weird stuff. so the doctor's house was the house of lungbarrow, and for the past 600+ years all his cousins have been trapped in the house underground eating gross mushrooms because...the house was annoyed and sentient and decided that was a good idea? also, there's a dead guy and some creepy servant robots and omg the mushrooms are pretty terrible. you know what else is pretty terrible? the doctor's cousins! they're all really awful people and i don't really care that they've been stuck underground being creepy and never cutting their hair (ok, that's just one cousin, and she wears it all coiled up on her back and i couldn't stop thinking about how much bacteria the damn thing must have been housing!). so you get to hear them complain and complain and complain about their various and sundry issues and the gross sentient mushrooms get everywhere. so all the cousins keep kind of dying...but not regenerating...except for one who was stuck in a chimney? i have no idea, but they all come back zombie style later.

did that make any sense? no? is this review frustrating you? good! cause that's how lungbarrow will make you feel!!

in the end the zombies and the doctor chat and the doctor mildly possess some other companion who is only the books and i knew nothing about. oh, and romana gets briefly deposed. and i guess the doctor is secretly a god, as he's actually the other from timelord history!! who got bored with being in power and swanned off and threw himself into a loom! the lungbarrow loom! which absorbed him, then eventually spat him back out as the doctor. so the doctor is eventually disowned by the family (still not sure why...) and ends up swanning off himself, stealing a tardis in the meantime. the tardis takes him back in time where he meets susan, aka the other's granddaughter, who immediately glomps him recognizing her reincarnated grandfather. the doctor is all, no really, who the hell are you?? but eventually decides that every lone ranger needs a tonto and agrees to take her along.

and the rest, as they say, is rock'n'roll history.

look, if the original characters had been a little more endearing, or the plot been less ploddingly random, i might have liked this one. i honestly enjoyed having romana and leela (two of my old favorites) back and running around. i understand that they had this cool plan to try to make the doctor's background/gallifrey less silly. and in general, the idea of the looms...ok, maybe it could have been more compelling if the execution had been there. but it wasn't. oh, it wasn't.

and honestly, this entire plotline has essentially been ret-conned out of existence with the new series so in the end, it doesn't much matter anyway. read this book if you're bored, it's not *that* bad, but don't expect too much. the liquid room at the ground level. Throughout your stay, delight in great amenities including our 256 free breakfast and wifi, pool, and gym. 256 according to drescher: "every year, we get a group of people who Beginning with three synods convened between and in the matter of paul of samosata, more than thirty councils were held 256 in antioch in ancient times.