=-=-=-=-= Society of the Rusting TARDIS Newsletter (#33, 03/11/96)

>>>  Items of interest to British media fans and Seattle-area residents, 
>>>  and whatever else I feel like spewing about.  You have been warned. 

Extremely lightweight newsletter this week.  This one is more of a meeting
announcement than an actual "newsletter".  So what else is new?

On tap this time:
	Quick news items
	A reader requests: TARDIS blueprints, anyone?
	Upcoming SotRT events


Subject: Quick news items

Sound bites:

	Oh to be in England (or not).  Here's a programme that sounds oddly
	familiar.  Starting March 5 on ITV, "Married for Life", "a new comedy
	adapted from an American series, about a hapless shoe salesman, his
	sex-hungry wife and their difficult children."

Local news:

	March 14 at the Varsity, two films from John Woo:  "Hard Boiled",
	easily one of the best films I've ever seen, and "Bullet in the
	Head", one of the most brutal (but I mean that in a good way).  Go.
	I insist.  Call 632-3131 for details.



Subject: A reader requests: TARDIS blueprints, anyone?
From: AngelaUT@aol.com

[I seem to recall that some book or other included blueprints for a TARDIS.

I am not a local, but I figured a Tardis group would be able to help me
find information on how to build a Life Size Tardis.  If you could ask the
members in your meetings if they have that information I would really
appreciate it.
 Thank you so much, Angela :o)


Subject: Upcoming SotRT events

Currently planned for the next Rusting Tardis video night (March 11), at
Round Table Pizza, 5111 25th Ave. NE (in Seattle):

	Goodnight Sweetheart: Series 2, episode 9

	Fist of Fun: Episode 5

	Game On: Episode 2

	A Bit of Fry & Laurie

	Punt & Dennis (sketch comedy by 2/4 of the Mary Whitehouse Experience)

Coming soon: "The All New Alexei Sayle Show II"

The next social is Tuesday March 19, at the new Zoopa in Mountlake Terrace.
It's at Gateway Place, next to the Mountlake 9 Cinemas.  From Seattle, take
I-5 north to the Edmonds/Mountlake Terrace exit (#177).  Get in the far
right lane (follow the Lake Forest Park sign).  You'll end up eastbound on
Hwy104/Ballinger Way.  Quickly move to the leftmost lane and get in the
left turn lane at the light.  Turn left, then turn left again into Gateway
Zoopa is to the left.

See you on Wednesday.

			"The alien ship landed and the things emerged...
			 They were about six feet tall, and at a rough
			 classification could have been described as
			 mammalian bipeds.  Their forelimbs terminated in
			 digital extremities; they possessed primary optical
			 organs; and the respiratory orifice was subdivided.
			 The oral orifice was provided with an articulated
			 mandible at its lower extremity, and to sum up -
			 they bore a striking resemblance to _homo sapiens_.
				--"Hand of Doom", Robert Lionel Fanthorpe

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