When I first saw this photo, I could’ve sworn that was Lis Sladen…Patricia Heaton’s hairstyle in this photo is what I have dubbed the “Sarah Jane from season 2 of SJA” hairstyle lol… Not to mention they could be twins!
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vincornelis: Inspirational qoute for all of us who are fundamentally different from the norm. Celebrate Neurodiversity
“But, Doctor,” Sarah protested, “we can’t possibly just disappear into thin air. You know how annoyed the Brigadier gets when he’s expecting you to be on hand and then you go and do your vanishing trick.”
“Well, Sarah,” the Doctor sighed, barely hiding a smile, “if it will make you any…
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whovian100: WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN
Silicon Valley may make you think of a sea of startups trying to make it big in the shadows of companies like Google, Apple, Oracle, and HP, but a new documentary in PBS’ excellent American Experience series is winding back the clock to the origins of the tech hub in Northern California. “Silicon Valley” tells the tale through the story of Robert Noyce, who co-founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957 and later co-invented the integrated circuit before founding Intel with his colleague, Gordon Moore.
Top-secret janitor. Pollster to the spies. Classified comic book artist. Any organization sufficiently large is bound to have the odd job opening within it. But few organizations are as freakin’ colossal as the U.S. military intelligence industrial complex, with an estimated 4.9 million Americans holding security clearances today. Which means there are thousands of unconventional positions to fill at any given moment.
Here are some of the wilder military and intelligence “help wanted” ads we found online. Some classifieds are for truly wacky jobs. Others are for slightly more standard positions — but presented in an odd way.