glorified-bricklayer:

Password is: youknowwhattimeitis

glorified-bricklayer:

Let’s play an IC game of CAH, if anyone wants to join.

Password is: theboxset

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"Well hopefully this will work," the Doctor told her happily.

She nodded a bit “yeah” Donna said softly.

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"I don’t think it’s made up this time," the Doctor told her.

"Well no duh" she snapped "it seems real enough to me."

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"Oh," the Doctor already knew that of course, but he was curious if that had changed during the time since she traveled with him.  It was good to know that some things never changed.

Donna shrugged and let out a small laugh “sometimes I think it’s all just things people make up to see how much I believe, ya know?” 

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"I’ve heard stuff like this happens in London a lot," the Doctor told her as the taxi kept going down the road.

"So I’ve heard" Donna nodded "I just keep missing it."

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"So has anything like this ever happened to you before?" the Doctor asked curiously.

"No" Donna said "this is the first, and hopefully only time it will ever happen."

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"How far is this place anyway?" the Doctor asked.

"We’re getting closer" Donna told him "it shouldn’t be that far right now."

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thedoctornumber11:

 

"I hope so," the Doctor told her.  Of course, he knew it would work, but he wouldn’t tell her that.

Donna nodded at his words “that makes two of us” she said. She watched each building pass by outside as she spoke.

"Some things happen, and there is nothing you can do about it."

tenthdoctor-allonsy:

thenobleginger:

Donna shook her head at the Doctor “I know” she said softly “but I don’t want to believe it. Not now. There has to be something we can do about this.”

He didn’t care to hide the sadness on his face. “There’s nothing we can do. It’s a fix point in time, Donna. We can’t change what happens today. We did it once, but it’s not how it works, it’s too dangerous.”

Donna shook her head “I don’t want to do nothing about this” she said “Doctor, please. I know that it’s dangerous. I can’t just be here knowing people will die.” She turned and looked at the Doctor, her heart breaking. She hated it, hated fixed points, and that they could do nothing. 

"Why can we never run into a good fixed point in time" she muttered.