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Libby last won the day on June 13 2022

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    Dead Letters
    Kingdom Come
    The Judge
    Blood Relatives
    The Well-Worn Lock
    Wide Open
    The Wild and the Innocent
    Loin Like a Hunting Flame
    Force Majeure
    The Thin White Line
    Thrones and Dominions
    Broken World
    Paper Dove
    The Beginning and the End
    Beware of the Dog
    Sense and Antisense
    A Single Blade of Grass
    The Curse of Frank Black
    The Hand of Saint Sebastian
    Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense'
    Goodbye Charlie
    Midnight of the Century
    The Mikado
    The Pest House
    In Arcadia Ego
    A Room With No View
    Satan Got Behind Me
    The Fourth Horseman
    The Time Is Now
    The Innocents
    ...Thirteen Years Later
    Skull and Bones
    Through a Glass
    Human Essence
    Borrowed Time
    Collateral Damage
    The Sound of Snow
    Forcing the End
    Saturn Dreaming of Mercury
    Bardo Thodol
    Darwin's Eye
    Seven and One
    Via Dolorosa
    Goodbye To All That
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    Catherine Black
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    Peter Watts
    Lt. Bob Bletcher
    Det. Bob Giebelhouse
    Lucy Butler
    Jim Penseyres
    Mike Atkins
    Cheryl Andrews
    Lara Means
    The Old Man
    Brian Roedecker
    Special Agent Emma Hollis
    Special Agent Barry Baldwin
    Assistant Director Andy McClaren

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  1. You're welcome, Spedis Owl. It's nice to know there are still people interested. Graham, I’ve got a standard scanner/printer. However, I’ve got some text-recognition software that I use, but it also does scan-to-pdf. I just set it up and hit enter every time I change the page/sheet. Of course, I also set up a pot of tea, lots of cake, and something interesting on the TV... 😊
  2. I've uploaded all the 1013 scripts I have. The link as above should work. One of them I didn't remember I had - it's an unaired episode of Harsh Realm.
  3. Hi, I've uploaded the three Millennium scripts I've got to Dropbox. Here's the link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bvcwn39i0q12yn4/AADMT8ddpm98Dl9Yc6Ne10BUa?dl=0
  4. Well, after reading Graham's description and seeing the various screenshots here, I really, really wanted to like this series. Almost everything about it looks good. But I just couldn't get into it, which is a pity. I think I've become so used to watching documentaries and video lectures that drama doesn't work very well for me these days.
  5. I've taken to writing passwords in a little notebook. One downside is that when I "tidy up" my den there's a risk that I put the notebook somewhere and then can't find it. But, as my son said, no-one can hack into pen and paper via the internet.
  6. It's almost Spring. So, obviously, time for the UK to have winter weather. Current warnings out for the whole of the UK: Loads of people, especially in Scotland and Scandinavia, are yet again scoffing at our ability to cope with weather conditions that are normal for them. But that's the point. It's normal for them to get snow and ice so they know how to deal with it. For the rest of us, though, this is a very abnormal weather condition, and we don't have snow chains for our vehicles. We don't have many snow ploughs because they'd just be sitting in a depot and only brought out for a couple of days every few years or so. The vehicles that grit the roads are just ordinary trucks, and it's the refuse collectors that are stood in the back and shovelling grit on to the road. And there's not much point in spreading salt, because the temperatures are too low and the snow is too dry. My nearest online weather station shows the local temperatures for the last 7 days: And I'm in the south, where we rarely get temperatures like these. But I'm ok. I heeded the warnings and got stocked up on the essentials - especially cake and chocolate.
  7. This afternoon, I've been watching TV, one show in particular. It's a British TV series called "Red Cap". The title is the nickname given to British military police because they wear red berets. Most of the episodes take place in a fictional German town where there's a large British military base. The show ran for two seasons (6 episodes each season, as is typical for British TV series) in 2003 and 2004. I have watched some episodes in recent times, but never made the connection until today. Actually, I think it was some aspects of the music that made me stop and check the credits. The creator was Patrick Harbinson. The show did make use of flashbacks to the crime; but there were moments of very haunting music, similar to what Mark Snow used on Millennium. I'm now stuck with trying to remember what episode(s) of Millennium had the music that got my attention. There's not much personal info on Patrick Harbinson on imdb, and no Wikipedia entry for him, so I went a-googling. And amongst the top few hits on google is this interview, posted here by Mark (ethsnafu) which is worth a re-read: https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/tiwwa/topic/24127-tiwwa-exclusive-interview-with-patrick-harbinson/
  8. I've now caught up the news. Wow! Joe is really doing so very well. Sending more positive vibes from across the pond.
  9. Thanks for the good wishes. I hit another bad patch a couple of months ago, but I’ve recently started feeling better. Got good meds from my helpful doctor. On the timey-wimey subject, earlier today I was idly wondering how old I’d be in another 15 years’ time. So I figured out that – ok, yes, I used a calculator – and that doesn’t seem too bad. But then I thought about my grandson, who turns 4 just after Christmas. Good grief! (said in my best British accent) – in 15 years’ time, he’ll probably be at university! Just as well I was already stretched out on my sofa, otherwise I’d have had to do a quick sit down. This time thing really is very strange.
  10. I’ve been mulling over this 15 year thing for a little while. I alternate between “OMG 15 years – seems like yesterday” and “OMG 15 years – seems like half a lifetime”. It’s said that time moves differently as one gets older; but I take the optimistic view that being older means treating time as one wishes. And however long 15 years feels like to me, it's the 15 years of quality that really matters. So, happy anniversary TIWWA.
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