I was just listening to one of my favourite bands - Magazine, a post-punk band (1978-81), and, in particular, their song, 'A Song From Under The Floorboards' (dedicated to Fyodor Dostoyevsky, but that's beside the point, although in their song 'Philadelphia', there is the couplet: "I could have been Raskalnikov/But mother nature ripped me off". Well read band, they were.), describes me to a...
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i:
great song

I have just changed my location on my profile. As usual, at this time of day, my mind started to wander, nay, saunter, or even, perhaps, sashay off on a completely random track, like those 'desire paths' that myriad feet use to cut corners, find the quickest point from alpha to omega, and that after years, find themselves the best path to use. I found...
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mrwaverly:
In the actual show, it's 'One of Grundle's satellites', but I know what I meant. In the Target novelisation, I think it says 'One of the moons of Grundle'. Does it matter? Not really.