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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Elleria
Review By [Elleria] • Date [10 Oct 06] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Past Donor)Farren
Amusing. Interesting advise as well...
Review By [(Past Donor)Farren] • Date [18 Sep 06] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from morena
That was hillarious! There were a few little things that didn't quite fit with Doctor Who cannon, but overall, I loved this!
Comments from author:
I've been out of the Doctor Who world for a while--since the late '80's, in fact. For my own benefit, please let me know what didn't fit in canon. I thirst for knowledge!!! :-)
Review By [morena] • Date [3 Aug 06] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from VillageOrchid
I guess that's understandable for a mistake- mouth of hell, house of the mouse. Nicely done for a short incounter that doesn't really change anything.
Comments from author:
Thanks. That was the goal--I'm just starting out with these crossovers, and I don't really want to mess with anyone's canon too much just yet. ;-) I'll leave that to people with lots of practice for now (i.e., Jinni, jedibuttercup, and paburke, to name a few of my favorites), but I'll get there.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [3 Aug 06] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Recent Donor)DaveTurner
First off nice little story. Well done.

One quibble!
Phone boxes: The Tardis type phone box was actually more than a phone box! In the days when Bobbies actually walked their beat they were a place where he could stop and drink a cup of tea and eat a bacon butty out of the public gaze! The phone bit was just a small cupboard with a phone that a policeman would have a key to and the public could break into in an emergency (sort of like a break glass thing). The light on top would flash when he station wanted to call the beat bobby (no radios in those days).
They were all demolished in the mid to late Sixties (strangely one or two escaped this fate and are still to be seen...hmmmm!?!?).
The red telephone boxes are for the use of the general public (these are the ones so loved by tourists). There were so many more of these that you'd likely never need to use the Police Box. Just dial 999 from a red one.

Now I've written a review almost as long a the story! Please note I'm note a telephone box nerd.

All the best,
Dave T.
Comments from author:
Thank you for the information!!! I was wondering about the police boxes vs, the red telephone booths when I was writing this, but I needed to post by midnight and didn't have time to do any proper research. I'll keep all this in mind if I write more Dr. Who. :-)
Review By [(Recent Donor)DaveTurner] • Date [3 Aug 06] • Not Rated
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