It's interesting that Cohen picked on Kazakhstan as it's one of the more Jewish friendly Islamic majority states. In fact many Jews fled there during WWII and later moved to Israel. There are still over 15,000 Jews in Kazakhstan and incidents of anti-Semitism are rare.
I was watching the Chinese celebration for the year of the horse and thought of this. If I remember correctly Caligula married his horse because he thought it was his sister... So that's perfectly ok, obviously.
What I remember most about this game was having to sit on my hands. I was a Town fan working in Manchester, living in Oldham and spent my weekends with my partner who was at Lancaster Uni. This meant I went past Bolton's ground twice every weekend - I couldn't get a ticket so went in neutral colours to the Bolton ticket office at sat in with the away fans. The people around me quickly sussed me out during the game but were cool with it.
The good, the bad and the cringeworthy! I guess an update will be needed after the Christmas Special. Perhaps the end titles of 'The Day of the Doctor' could be added as well. It would also be good to see a list of non-canon doctors - there are quite a few!
Very well made. A couple of criticisms - the sack should have been slightly larger when being carried, it looked a bit too much like a sack of potatoes. Also Aragorn wouldn't have identified himself as 'Strider' to his kinsmen as it was a nickname he wasn't particularly fond of.
I actually preferred this Aragorn to the Peter Jackson version - has more of the 'looks foul and feels fair' (no insult to the actor intended!).
I'd like to see Tom Bombadil and the scouring of the Shire made. Perhaps also the cut scenes within the shire - meeting the elves on their way to the Grey Havens and 'shortcut to mushrooms'.
I'm a student interested in how things are, why things are and why people do the things that they do with technology. My focus is mostly on how and why people avoid using technology when others use it to their advantage - for example aspects of the digital divide and eDemocracy.