Perhaps one of the reasons I've grown so fond of Doctor Who so quickly is because the title sequence is so reminiscent of Stargate SG-1's wormholes. Oh, how many nights were spent watching episode after episode of Jack, Daniel, Teal'c, and Sam going through space to fight aliens/ save Earth. Wow, when I say it like that, no wonder I like Doctor Who so much. But there was one point in my youth, I would say it was the summer between year 10 and year 11... in fact it would definitely have had to have been then - anyway, Joel burnt me a whole lot of episodes onto dvds (oh the days before external hard drives were commonplace!) and I would stay up til all hours of the morning watching the four of them battle the Goa'uld/ Jack's sarcasm. Once I'm done with DW (hey! DW! ... never calling it that again) I shall watch more SG-1, as I acquired it from Simon when he was here, and haven't really watched any since that time and a small pocket in 2009 when I watched some crap new season. Haha, Wikipedia says "the series was a ratings success for Showtime and the Sci Fi Channel, and was particularly popular in Europe and Australia". Heck ja it was.
My third phone was a 3315 (after this (which was Dad's then Mum's, but you could change the colour of the front panel! I made mine yellow. And this (also previously belonged to both parents (not that I'm complaining - at least I had a mobile!))), and as everyone who had one (so... everyone) knows, you could compose your own ringtone on it. I made the Stargate theme (with some help from a friend, who I think almost had it). And that stayed my ringtone for YEARS until I got a new phone (first year). Oh, how I miss old Nokias that could take a beating and still function completely! (Read: throwing phone off a three-storey building, along concrete, down stairs onto tiles... some accidents, some trying to break it... ;)
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