mrspollifax: (coffee)
So I am still alive, but the gymnastics world championships were last week, and also a virus (or possibly two?) that my house apparently needed to be infected with. Or else maybe my family were faking being sick because they were trying to avoid having me monologue about gymnastics in their direction. This is highly possible. Anyone who wants to talk to me about Simone Biles - wait, I mean gymnastics - should feel free to do so in the comments, and my hubs and children would thank you for the reprieve. ;)

But! While I try to catch up on everything, have a recipe (with apologies to the gluten-free or low-sugar requiring folks among you). I made this banana apple bread last week because it's fall and there are apples everywhere, and it was dangerously good. Though I think it would be more appropriately labelled banana apple coffee cake rather than banana apple bread. Would be a good "fancy Christmas morning" breakfast sort of thing, really. Definitely a keeper. PS I used pecans instead of walnuts, because.

Happy Monday! Also Happy Thanksgiving in Canada. :)
mrspollifax: (study hall)
1) It's been the kind of week where I drag out the Christmas writing playlist and start outlining Christmas fic BECAUSE. What do you mean it is only September? Bah. I don't care.

2) Also the kind of week where I spent a little time looking through the seriously way back archives on my hard drive and WHOA. I ended up lost somewhere in 2008 and those unfinished fics and bits and pieces of brainstorming are so bad they are hysterical. Every now and then I found a gem of a paragraph or three that made me go, "Oh hey! There is actually some hope for you, earlier me!!" But for the most part, just, bwahahahahaha.

3) I have temporarily abandoned my annual West Wing rewatch because it was only September and I had already watched two Thanksgiving episodes and two Christmas episodes (I skipped Noel) and that just didn't seem right. I realize this is totally in conflict with #1 above, but whatever. Instead I watched Full Alert and Lost City and Fallen/Homecoming (no idea why I went in that order? Reversal of the space time continuum or something).

Castle premiere appears to finally be coming on Monday - haven't decided whether to watch it or make a-loquita watch it first and tell me whether I should?

I don't actually know what else I am watching this fall.

4) Okay, I am ready to go on record about what my actual real-live problem with tumblr is. Nobody talks to me over there? That sounds so whiny when I say it, like ME ME ME FANDOM PAY ATTENTION TO ME!! lol. But seriously, I cannot tell if other people are just all talking behind the scenes or what. Somebody needs to explain this to me, because either I am too old, or too introverted, or just missing the social conventions due to my usual cluelessness about such things. I miss the interesting fannish conversations. Not that I have been that good at holding up my end of them lately, but still.

5) I need drabble prompts or three-sentence fic prompts or something. My brain is stuck in park due to long writing hiatus. Prompts may not help (because sometimes they really don't) but they might? Maybe? Anyway if anyone is interested. :)
mrspollifax: (study hall)
1) There is a password that I had to change because one day my brain hiccuped and I was just staring at the keyboard and I couldn't remember the end of it. So I set a new one, but occasionally when I log in *I still type the old password*. And them I'm like, "hey, that is not the password I am looking for anymore, but WHAT DID I JUST TYPE???" My fingers still know the password but my conscious brain definitely does not. DO NOT LIKE.

2) Read all of the new Seanan McGuire book (The Winter Long) in a day because I happened to have time that day. I know I have recced her books before but I really love this series and her writing in general. The first in this series is Rosemary and Rue, and they are kind of Dresden-files-esque except with fae instead of vampires and a fabulous female protagonist. If you just can't with urban fantasy (I admittedly don't read a lot of it myself), she's written stuff that's a little more sci fi under the pen name Mira Grant. I recently read Parasite and really enjoyed it.

3) A very old SG-1 ficlet of mine, like seriously from the stone age or something I swear, got recced a couple of places recently. Which was a very nice surprise, but the reason I mention it this. It's an old Catherine Langford/Ernest Littlefield fic so as you can imagine the total hit count across three posting platforms was … well, I don't actually know, but it was TINY I am sure. And it showed up one day with about ten new kudos on AO3 and then a few weeks later with several new LJ comments and I was like, "OMG THERE ARE STILL PEOPLE READING OLD SG-1 FIC OUT THERE!!! THAT IS SO COOL." Of course I still read old SG-1 fic so I do not know why this would be so surprising/exciting to me?? But it was. Lol.

4) Happy Friday! Anyone have any fun weekend plans? I think I have promised to take my children to get donuts in the morning. My life is very exciting. ;)
mrspollifax: (study hall)
1) My Jacob Carter rewatch status = have successfully gotten Jacob turned into a Tok'ra. Which means that next up is Show and Tell after which I will have to talk about some things. I already know this. *g* Though one thought I had watching Tok'ra 1&2 was along the lines of 'a whole lot of Earth's fate totally depends on George Hammond having accurate judgment when it comes to whether any particular batshit crazy idea SG-1 has is the good kind of crazy or the bad kind.'

2) Writing this week (*) and it being the busy, busy month of May = nostalgia week for ficrecs, because I am not reading much and trying to rattle through bookmarks on multiple devices and sites for 'things I have meant to rec but haven't gotten around to yet' is apparently too much effort. I freely admit to cribbing this list from one I already posted a loooooong time ago as a comment somewhere (except updated for AO3 links where I can find them, because this list is so old AO3 didn't exist yet). So. Sam/Jack cabin fic recs:

Concentric Unto Thee (8752 words) by gabolange. Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, M. Her attempts at normality have never worked before, and Jack won't stand for any attempts to apply the logic of command to their relationship. Really wonderful, grown-up Sam and Jack working out how to share a life together.

Scenes from a Weekend by karma_aster. Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, Teen. Lovely Threads-related cabin fluff with just a touch of bittersweetness.

Biting the Bullet by ijemanja. Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, PG-13. Five times Jack O'Neill asked Samantha Carter out, and one time he didn't have to. I'm cheating a little on this one. It's actually a five things, with five Sam/Jack scenes from different AUs, and only the last one is at Jack's cabin. But it's funny and sweet and the characterization is just terrific.

Gravity Sings (7081 words) by stargazercmc. Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, M. General Jack O'Neill headed west five months after the world ended. Apocafic. Jack and Sam try to make some kind of normal life after the world ends. I love Jack in this fic especially.

Fantasy (562 words) by a_loquita (which also has a timestamp sequel, Only Sense Left). Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, G (sequel is rated T). It’s time for Sam to make a choice. Short but really beautiful; the sort of fic that makes the setting almost another character in the story.

Land of Sky Blue Waters by sam938. Stargate SG-1, Sam/Jack, PG-13. Thor doesn’t beam Jack up until a week later. Sam accepts the offer to go fishing, but things don’t necessarily work out the way they’re planned. A what-if AU where Sam goes on that fishing trip with Jack (but it's mostly UST, not what you're thinking at all! hee). I like this because they both get to be smart, and I think it's a good look at what they have in common and what they don't and why they still work.

There are like 80,000 other fics that could be added to a cabin fic rec list but I am resisting the urge because things to doooooooo. If anyone felt like suggesting a theme for next week's list I wouldn't complain because I do not think next week will be any less busy.

(*) Dear people out there who write X thousand words per day, I remain simultaneously envious and in awe of you. Two days ago I wrote 900 (!!!) words. Yesterday I netted about 100 new words after stab-stab-deleting about a third of that 900. This is an example of REALLY PRODUCTIVE for me, the kind of really productive that means things like my household chores aren't getting done. Writing more than that is very very rare for me and generally results in HELLO ARE YOU STILL ALIVE?? emails/texts. lol.
mrspollifax: (Default)
1. What is happening on the Lizzie Bennet Diaries twitter accounts? WHAT? Is this a Thing or are they just tormenting us? Someone needs to tell me so I do not get my hopes up.

2. Speaking of the LBD, I had been keeping up with Emma Approved - though I bailed in the middle of the last episode because of referred awkwardness. Actually, that's frequently how I feel about Emma in almost any incarnation tbh, so I've been pretty ambivalent about this series so far. Though I did watch parts of the 2009 BBC adaptation recently which I had never seen before and had the following observations: a) Romola Garai in the role of Emma could be Katee Sackhoff's long-lost sister, and b) I generally do not have any interest in Sherlock Holmes adaptations (I know, I am weird), but I might be convinced to try Elementary just because Jonny Lee Miller.

3. Speaking of Emma, though, here is a ficrec:

#knemma (6329 words) by Tulina
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Emma - Jane Austen
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: George Knightley/Emma Woodhouse
Characters: George Knightley, Emma Woodhouse
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Fans & Fandom, Chatlogs, follows the plot of the novel, Female Character of Color
Summary:

Emma W
you know, you set really high standards
for the men in my life
GK
What?
Emma W
I guess this is how Tom Hiddleston’s little sister feels
if he has one.
GK
I guess.



I laughed SO HARD at this, you guys. Fandom love with a big fat bow on top.

4. Which immediately lead me to re-reading this SG-1 fic which I've probably already recced 18 times or something already but whatever:

#sg1wedding (1312 words) by openended
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Stargate SG-1
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Sam Carter/Jack O'Neill
Characters: Sam Carter, Jack O'Neill, Daniel Jackson, Teal'c (SG-1), Vala Mal Doran, Cassandra Fraiser, Cameron Mitchell (SG-1), John Sheppard
Additional Tags: Twitter, Weddings, Humor, Snark, Team, autocorrect
Series: Part 5 of Advent Calendar 2012
Summary:

Politics hijacked their wedding into a big floofy interplanetary affair. So everyone takes to Twitter.

@stillalive: An Air Force general, a Jaffa leader, and a Tok’ra high council member walked into the bar.
@blewupasun: @stillalive is this the beginning of a joke or something that actually happened?



5. Also have been slowly re-reading all the Jojo fic. Because SG-1 nostalgia. And also because of lines like this:

Why blonde? Why did she have to be blonde? And hot? And smarter than him? Why? He *hated* blonde, hot, smart women. He'd freaking *married* the last one. (from Just Don't Eat the Cake) Hee.

6. Today I was actually taking some time to write some stuff and rather than working on either of the fics I meant to, I have written an insert scene for a fic I posted over four years ago that will never see the outside of my notebook and started a sequel for something else that I shouldn't have. Oops. Oh well. All words are good, right?

Here concludes this digest of my recent fannish life. *g*
mrspollifax: (anne)
I was thinking some quasi-thinky thoughts about modern science fiction and J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon and how as much as I love the messier stuff, I do sort of miss the old days when it was okay for at least some sci fi to be more idealistic and archetypal and just less dark and complicated. And I was thinking about posting about that, but it's Friday and the weather is cold and gross and idk, those thoughts are just way too heavy for today.

So instead I was looking again at this fabulous picspam that [profile] a_loquita posted for [personal profile] supplyship's birthday yesterday. And when I got to the cap of Castle and Beckett and the Nebula 9 set, I thought to myself, "Somebody should totally write the Space Cops AU for Castle! With aliens and space stations and ratty old falling-apart spaceships. She can still solve crimes in her fabulous high heels. Because it would be awesome."

Someone should write me a little bit of that in the comments. Really!! Or tell me about that AU you've secretly always wanted to read/write. Or rec your favorites. Those sorts of AUs seemed to be everywhere in the SGA McShep fandom a while back, but not as many in SG-1? Although having only just typed that sentence, I've already thought of four really good ones - at least two of which I know I have recced on this journal before - so maybe I'm wrong about that. Anyway. Fringe in Space? CSI Stargate? That Castle High School AU? Every fandom has a high school AU - there must be one out there already. *g*
mrspollifax: (Default)
1) I have been/will be messing about with my friends lists on LJ and DW. New year and all, I guess? Among other things, I am trying to get my DW list current, which it really really hasn't been. Same name over there, so feel free to add me as you like if I miss you. Also I am trying to get my LJ list a bit more up to date - I have missed adding some people, probably need to cut some of those really inactive journals, etc. All of my fic and most of the fannish stuff is unlocked regardless, but if I happen to mis-cut and you can't live without my occasional babbly locked posts, just drop me note! As always, feel free to add/delete me at your whim. :)

2) Gearing up for the Fringe finale this Friday! I am alternately excited and sad and terrified, lol. I am really going to miss the show (and the cast! who I hope will go on to more and exciting things), but I'm so glad we got the last season for a wrap-up. I have admittedly not been hugely into Fringe fic while the show was airing - it's been the sort of show where I was happy to follow along with the story on-screen, and really wasn't all that into speculation about what was coming - but I wonder if that may change once the canon's officially closed. Probably depends on how it closes? I do love a nice closed canon, though, lol. Also I suspect a Fringe rewatch will need to commence just about immediately after Friday night.

3) I have a very bad case of head-stuck-in-last-fic-verse. (This is on top of the huge case of head-stuck-in-that-book-I-read that I've had since … November, I think? I really need to talk about Connie Willis's Blackout/All-Clear at some point.) I may need a meme. Or another deadline. Or something!

4) I feel like there should be a four, but there simply isn't.
mrspollifax: (fringe)

Had a multi-email conversation recently about whether or not to capitalize the word internet. Yes, I am aware that the conventional wisdom (and grammar girl) says capitalize. As a techie, though, capitalizing bugs me. I know how the thing works and it definitely ain't some singular, monolithic entity. That being said, I was eventually told it was okay not to capitalize my usage regardless, because I was referring to Earth's internet, thereby implying there are other, non-terrestrial internets.

And now everyone who has never beta read for me is making a note never to do so. Because yes, I am this odd on a regular basis.

Anyway. I am a spoilerphobe of the 'doesn't even watch promos' variety, and having been inadvertently spoiled for a bit of next week's Fringe finale this morning, I may have to make myself scarcer that usual this week around the internet (though if someone can get me onto an extraterrestrial internet I'm totally okay with that). Assuming I can resist the pretty tumblr pics. Arrrrgh.

mrspollifax: (hug)
1) I am officially sick and tired of being sick and tired.

2) I don't really write while I'm sick and tired. I was making some actual progress on some things, and then November came, or maybe the back half of October, and just ... UGH.

3) I also don't write when I'm watching The West Wing. I mean, I try, but it just does not happen. I can't decide whether to blame Aaron Sorkin or Allison Janney.

4) Speaking of The West Wing. I am an inveterate Josh/Donna shipper and all, but I want to know why there is not more Josh/Joey fanfic out there.

5) Someday when I am less sick and tired I will write a post with more words than this. *nods*
mrspollifax: (coffee)
1) Music rec to start the week: NPR previews The Avett Brothers' upcoming album, The Carpenter. *grabby hands* I LOVE The Avett Brothers.

2) Had the viral crud most of the weekend (stupid way to spend a holiday weekend!). Watched a lot of SG-1 (okay, that part was less stupid). This show is like crack, how did I forget that? Would like to say in particular that after watching Fallen/Homecoming, I am once again very sad that we didn't get to keep both Jonas and Daniel. Corin Nemec and Michael Shanks really played well together on screen. It would have been fun.

Also Sam and Jack's old-married-people spat in these episodes amuses me a bunch. Look, we are annoyed and picking on each other in public but we are still standing on top of each other for half the episode. Because they cannot help it. Hahahaha.

3) Who else is watching Doctor Who? cut for a little spoilery comment about the premiere )

4) Speaking of Doctor Who, I was accidentally spoiled for a really, really important plot point over on tumblr this weekend. I should have known better, but ... idk. I have gotten pretty good at unseeing the Fringe spoilers, because at this point I have seen all the episodes enough times (except for one beyond-the-pale gross one from season one that I will never, ever watch again) to pick up pretty quickly that I haven't seen these particular pictures before and skip over them. This method is ineffective with any other show I'm watching right now, sadly. I had just finally wrenched my old-fogey brain around to start to embrace the idea of tumblr, but the spoilerphobe in me may win out and force me to abandon ship.

5) Hoping my brain will wake up and the germs will clear out soooooooon. Things to do, things to do....
mrspollifax: (sam fanfic)
Undusting the writing brain. Also, y'all, I have been chasing down my Stargate muse. I may have actually seen her around once or twice recently. Tumblr is like chocolate for muses (and also like a rabbit hole I get lost down occasionally, but that's a different story). So many pretty gifs and pictures and now I have had to rewatch bits of several season 4 episodes and I am in over my head in flaily flaily Sam/Jack glee completely out of nowhere. No words to speak of yet, but hey, who knows!

Anyway. I think I saw this one most recently with [livejournal.com profile] anr.

Tell me about a story I haven't written, and I'll give you between one and three sentences from that story.

Just stick with the pairings/people you know I'll actually write, pretty please. *g*
mrspollifax: (s/j hugs)
First, and most importantly, a ficrec. Because [livejournal.com profile] a_loquita wrote me fic! Sam/Jack fic! Really fabulous Sam/Jack fic, though of course that is a given considering the source. *g* The fic is The Plan, and it is cabin fic (squee) and you should all go read it right now because it is wonderful. And also because I said so. ;)

Second, things teevee. And other stuff I shall ramble about under here .... )
mrspollifax: (sga)
1. So I have this new Tivo, and it makes me do foolish things. Like watch an episode of Charmed, which I haven't done in ... oh, six or seven years? I used to watch Charmed, actually - not compulsively, but somewhat routinely - but then the show kind of ticked me off a few too many times and I stopped watching.

Anyway, this was an early season one episode, and I'm watching it and thinking, "Geez, have I seen Brian Kraus in something lately? I feel like I've seen that overly-smiley face and that spikey light-brown hair recently." But no, imdb tells me I have not seen Brian Kraus in anything at all besides Charmed. Still, it keeps bugging me. But then the next night, when I'm sitting around watching Fallen and Homecoming, ALL OF A SUDDEN it hits me. Jonas looks an *awful* lot like Leo. lol

2. Andy Mikita is my favorite Stargate director. And no, that's not just because of last week's SGU episode. *g* If I try to write an actual meta explaining why, I'll a) look like an idiot because I know nothing about the art at all, and b) never finish it because, you know, this is me we're talking about. But what it boils down to is this. I love the big, flashy stories that RCC and Martin Wood put together, I really do. But when they give the big stories to Andy Mikita, it just seems so much more like it's telling the story *through* the character moments, rather than telling the story and the character moments just happen to be there. I mean, the same sorts of moments exists in the episodes regardless, but - well, idk what it is, because visual media is not my strong suit, but there is something about the pair interactions in his episodes, the way they are filmed or edited or blocked or something - that draws me in more.

Or, alternately, it's because he seems to have directed a lot of episodes with Sam moments that I like an awful lot. And Jack moments. And Sam and Jack moments. Yes. :)

3. Okay, I'm curious about prevailing fannish opinion on something. Or at least, prevailing flist-ish opinion? *g* a post-SGA question which pretty much reveals the end of the series so I'll cut it just in case )

And hey, since [livejournal.com profile] a_loquita and I chatted about this topic a bit back when she was working on one of her fics, let me take this opportunity to tell you that you should go read it now if you haven't already. Or re-read it! Linger this Time, Teen, Sam/Jack, post-SGA, spoilers for Enemy at the Gate. A lovely little story about being together even though some days you have to be apart.
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1) I have been holidaying excessively and as such am behind on comment replies and the like. I will catch up! Soon! In the meantime, I hope everyone who celebrates something this time of year has had a lovely, festive time, and if you don't, I hope the rest of us were not too, too annoying in our insanity.

2) Speaking of annoying, how late can one post Christmas-related fic without people pointing and staring? Like, is February okay?!? Lol. Maybe I should give up and go for Christmas in July.

3) Schmoopy (Sam/Jack) fic re-reads for my omg-frustrating kind of afternoon:

Just Around the Eyes by Alli Snow - Third party meddling, oh yes.

The Goldilocks Phenomenon by [livejournal.com profile] syxp - Happy Christmassy fic!

Whoops by Jojo - Okay, this kinda might be my all-occasions go-to fic.

A Job Well Done by Jemima Pereira - I have seen other fics by this writer recced, but not this one, and that makes me sad. So go read it if you haven't.

Okay, I could list more, but I have to go make dinner so that's as far as I've gotten. Feel free to add to the pile! *g*
mrspollifax: (sam and daniel)
Book meme! I actually did this the other day but hadn't gotten around to posting it yet. Seen a bunch of places.

meme here! )

In things totally unrelated, last night I started trying to bring some order to the chaos that is the fic-writing portion of my hard drive. It's less that the folders aren't organized – I have a system, although I suspect it wouldn't look like a system to anyone but me, and I usually follow it, except when I'm in a hurry to save something – and more that I have so many unfinished fics and bits of fic that when I'm feeling uninspired, I just bounce around from one unfinished project to the next and basically make no progress.

Anyway, now I have a spreadsheet! With word counts and notes and file links and copious self-snarking and blaming of other people, hehe. It already has an intimidating amount of entries, and I'm not actually done adding stuff yet, but it is much easier now to navigate the jungle. *feels accomplished*

(Also I am not starting anything new until I finish some of these, or at least consign a few of them to the folder of death. I am not.)
mrspollifax: (sam and daniel)
Book meme! I actually did this the other day but hadn't gotten around to posting it yet. Seen a bunch of places.

meme here! )

In things totally unrelated, last night I started trying to bring some order to the chaos that is the fic-writing portion of my hard drive. It's less that the folders aren't organized – I have a system, although I suspect it wouldn't look like a system to anyone but me, and I usually follow it, except when I'm in a hurry to save something – and more that I have so many unfinished fics and bits of fic that when I'm feeling uninspired, I just bounce around from one unfinished project to the next and basically make no progress.

Anyway, now I have a spreadsheet! With word counts and notes and file links and copious self-snarking and blaming of other people, hehe. It already has an intimidating amount of entries, and I'm not actually done adding stuff yet, but it is much easier now to navigate the jungle. *feels accomplished*

(Also I am not starting anything new until I finish some of these, or at least consign a few of them to the folder of death. I am not.)
mrspollifax: (Default)
1) A couple of links I ran across on [livejournal.com profile] 50books_poc that I think might be of interest to some of you (if you haven't seen them already):

fox1013: Awesome Non-White Children's Lit: An Introduction

jadelennox: awesome children's and young adult books by authors of color and with characters of color

2) Whenever I actually get time to sit down and read (argh!) there are apparently tons of commentfics over at [livejournal.com profile] carnivalofsquee. Hooray! If there's any remote chance that anyone reading this has no idea what I'm talking about, go over here.

3) I shall begin tormenting you with garden pictures soon. I might not have, but [livejournal.com profile] ziparumpazoo said she wanted some, so I'm using her as an excuse. *g*

4) To whichever folk/folks were so very sweet as to nominate some of my fics for the SGFA, thank you so much! Seriously, that's amazingly kind of you.

5) On that subject, um ... I suspect this question is going to sound crashingly stupid no matter what the right answer is, but I really don't know. One of the fics that was nominated was this Cassie five things. In my head I think of this fic as gen, because it's not a romance, it's a character study and about Cassie's experience living on Earth - but she does get married (to some unnamed off-screen guy) and have (mostly off-screen) kids. So does that mean it's not? Helllllp.
mrspollifax: (Default)
1) A couple of links I ran across on [livejournal.com profile] 50books_poc that I think might be of interest to some of you (if you haven't seen them already):

fox1013: Awesome Non-White Children's Lit: An Introduction

jadelennox: awesome children's and young adult books by authors of color and with characters of color

2) Whenever I actually get time to sit down and read (argh!) there are apparently tons of commentfics over at [livejournal.com profile] carnivalofsquee. Hooray! If there's any remote chance that anyone reading this has no idea what I'm talking about, go over here.

3) I shall begin tormenting you with garden pictures soon. I might not have, but [livejournal.com profile] ziparumpazoo said she wanted some, so I'm using her as an excuse. *g*

4) To whichever folk/folks were so very sweet as to nominate some of my fics for the SGFA, thank you so much! Seriously, that's amazingly kind of you.

5) On that subject, um ... I suspect this question is going to sound crashingly stupid no matter what the right answer is, but I really don't know. One of the fics that was nominated was this Cassie five things. In my head I think of this fic as gen, because it's not a romance, it's a character study and about Cassie's experience living on Earth - but she does get married (to some unnamed off-screen guy) and have (mostly off-screen) kids. So does that mean it's not? Helllllp.
mrspollifax: (thor)
Okay. So I was just poking around on my hard drive, trying to find a text file that has a post that I wrote half of yesterday and wanted to finish. It was really clever and witty! It would have impressed you all!

Actually, no. It had fannish questions to which I need answers and a lot of outrageous flattery so that you all would feel loved and therefore come give me answers.

I can't find it, but that's really not important.

Under here, more on hard disk archaeology, and the only one of the questions I actually care about in the short term )

(Now edited for much better icon!)

Also ETA: Any aggravation evident in the above list is totally directed at my own brain and not at anyone who has used Thor as an excuse for any activities whatsoever. *g*
mrspollifax: (thor)
Okay. So I was just poking around on my hard drive, trying to find a text file that has a post that I wrote half of yesterday and wanted to finish. It was really clever and witty! It would have impressed you all!

Actually, no. It had fannish questions to which I need answers and a lot of outrageous flattery so that you all would feel loved and therefore come give me answers.

I can't find it, but that's really not important.

Under here, more on hard disk archaeology, and the only one of the questions I actually care about in the short term )

(Now edited for much better icon!)

Also ETA: Any aggravation evident in the above list is totally directed at my own brain and not at anyone who has used Thor as an excuse for any activities whatsoever. *g*

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