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Video: It's bigger on the inside!

Clive Maxfield
1/14/2013 08:32 PM EST

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   1/25/2013 5:51:59 PM
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LOL

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Rcurl   1/19/2013 2:17:09 AM
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Mine seems to be fine. Sometimes it sticks a little and you just have to bump it on the left side a bit.... ;)

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mvos   1/18/2013 10:34:17 PM
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Max The Magnificent   1/17/2013 5:00:08 PM
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Can you elaborate a little?

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altme   1/16/2013 12:05:11 AM
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locative art

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Max The Magnificent   1/15/2013 11:27:14 PM
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I haven't seen any of the latest series yet -- I'm saving myself -- when the entire series is done I'll download it to my iPad and have a "Dr Who Weekend Fest" -- in the meantime I am re-watching all of the episodes (starting from Series 1 circa 2005)

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Rcurl   1/15/2013 10:17:02 PM
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I agree- that's really cool- but as Clara, the Doctor's latest travelling companion observed- "It's smaller on the outside than it is on the inside". It's all in how you look at it. -Rick

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