La chica de ayer Awesome! Looks like all of Spanish Life on Mars—La chica de ayer (a clever play on an old song and the storyline, which has a different conclusion to the British original)—is on YouTube. The still is of Samuel Santos (played by Ernesto Alterio) and Quin Gallardo (Spanish Gene Hunt, played by Antonio Garrido, who I believe is a younger actor than Alterio).
This would have been AMAZING if it were to really happen.
This is beautiful.
This may be the best thing I have seen on the Internet in years. Whomever did this deserves a medal. Bresslaw as Colossus and Williams as Magneto is a stroke of genius.
Carry on X-Men The typography isn’t perfect but top marks for everything else. This is brilliant on so many levels.
Plymouth Road Runner 383 They might not have been the most reliable cars, but in the early 1970s, the B-body Chryslers looked great.
You can’t bank on the Wales Wow, incredibly dumb move, Westpac. I never opted in to your spam lists, and now I ﬁnd you have done so for me, in every category. What the heck? I know I never opted in, because I usually ask for this stuff in plain text. Considering your ﬁrst-ever spam arrived today, and one of my companies became your customer in 2006, I’m sure that this decision to spam people was a recent move on your part.
Why would I ask for information on products I don’t have with you, or, for that matter, rewards?
I’ve deleted my email address from your system as well, and, yes, I do feel strongly enough about this that I’ll consider closing my accounts.
I can’t believe I wasted my 5,000th Tumblr post on you, but, there you have it.
Clearly, computers and banks do not mix—remember, cheques took a day to clear in the mid- to late-1970s, and they take ﬁve to seven days now. Now I ﬁnd a foreign bank unable to grasp some basic netiquette.