bending_sickle: (Can't we just cuddle?)
I keep meaning to make a post and then I blink and end up somewhere in the deep bowels of Tumblr and it's the wee hours and I don't know what's going on anymore. Sorry about that. It's just so shiny.

So I'm still in "yay, it's the holidays!" mode, made especially easy because I'm a whole country away from my life, staying mellow in just south of Barcelona with my aunt and uncle. I've had the occasional thought of "I should email that person" and "I should send some CVs" but for the most part it's been bliss.

I achieved the purpose of my travel here in under ten minutes. Read more... )

I've finally finished sprucing up Nanowrimo 2011 and have been thinking a lot about Nanowrimo 2012 (because of course I'm doing it). I think I've got a better grip on it than this year's, although that's mainly because I'm moving the great big plotty things to the background as flashforwards, so hopefully I'll be better able to manage them and not get bogged down with the bits in between. I'm almost done with the omnibus of my short stories too, which is awesome. I just need to work on the covers.

I haven't watched The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King yet, despite this past weekend having been slated for it. I did, though, watch Person of Interest 1x10 and omg. Finally, finally, I cared about the characters, and that incldues the lead ones. I even got a bit wibbley when Reese's day took a nose-dive into no-good, very-bad, and that was only partly because the screen was punching all my kink buttons. And Finch's mini-litle freak out of guilt was wonderful. And continuity! Yes, show, yes. I think I might start to like you now.

Qutes of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] greygirlbeast, here
Sometimes, I feel it's most important that people know and believe the truth – which is passion, but also no small degree of arrogance, to imagine I know such a thing. But other times, I feel it's best they believe whatever comforts them, regardless of my ideas of truth (and fact), so long as they do as little harm as possible. But that's pretty much the whole of the Law, isn't it? (Rhetorical question.)


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* Brown Bird, "Fingers to the Bone"
bending_sickle: (Shitty day)
Have some more of that life and employment crap. Read more... )

So I've been feeling like crap today. The only good thing is that unlike yesterday's three-hour walk about town looking for goddamn cards to send to darlings, today I found awesome cards at, hilariously enough, the same bookstore chain I tried two of yesterday and it only took me two hour and most of that was me staring at the cards and trying to figure out if people I hardly know will like them or be offended (although how one can be offended by reindeer, I don't know). Anyway, I got cards and it's awesome. Some even have glitter.

I haven't made much progress on sprucing up Time 3. (Sorry [livejournal.com profile] seschat! I need to write a missing-scene-that-really-ought-not-be-missing and a meme-drabble and then fight with Word's pagination and then edit it for the free proof and and five copies) thing. What the fuck am I going to do with five copies of what is basically half a novel and I'm not even that pleased with it? Or, well, with three copies, 'cause two I know what to do with. But argh. Five. Maybe in a few years I'll throw them all together into an omnibus, or maybe even an anthology of stories and novels, but this year is not that year because shit still needs to be written. Damnit, Time 3, why you not end?! ...maybe I can resolve it in the Time 0 novel I want to write. Like, instead of flashbacks being the tid-bits, flashforwards as the little extras. Oooooh, two birds might have just hit the ground!

Aaand I'm going to go off and watch something wholesome or funny or whatever, because my head, my heart, my gods... Don't quite know what I'll watch, because we're entering that period of "everything's on hiatus!" which is the curse of the holidays. Except Sherlock, which is apparently a few weeks away, and Doctor Who, which is love and coming for Christmas.

As an aside, I can tell I'm getting older because suddenly an average of six hours of sleep a night for the week doesn't kill me (until around 10:30 pm, after which I am dangerously close to the dozing-off range). How so awake, body? (I still pack the hours in on weekends, though.)

Enough ramble. I'm not sure if this or my long-stretches of silence-and-links is better.

Quotes of the Day: 1) [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda, here and 2) Denis Leary
Because even when you grasp the idea that depression is an ailment and not a personal failing... it still feels like a personal failing. You know you're clinically depressed, but you feel like you're just lazy, lonely, hopeless, pathetic. Or sometimes you don't realize you're ill, because those feelings of anxiety and shame and helplessness sneak up on you and feel legitimate, and that's why you don't realize you need help. [...] Because your sadness and fatigue and anxiety feel mild at first, and they seem like rational responses to things going on in your life, and then you end up missing some deadline or not completing some goal or not living up to your own expectations because you're already sad and tired, and then the negativity does seem justified: "I'm not depressed; I'm a loser."

Most people think life sucks, and then you die. Not me. I beg to differ. I think life sucks, then you get cancer, then your dog dies, your wife leaves you, the cancer goes into remission, you get a new dog, you get remarried, you owe ten million dollars in medical bills but you work hard for thirty-five years and you pay it back and then -- one day -- you have a massive stroke, your whole right side is paralyzed, you have to limp along the streets and speak out of the left side of your mouth and drool but you go into rehabilitation and regain the power to walk and the power to talk and then -- one day -- you step off a curb at Sixty-seventh Street, and BANG you get hit by a city bus and then you die. Maybe.

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* Stephen Vincent Benet
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
Sickle's Random Points of Random: Read more... )

Meme: The 28th GIF in your folder is our new president. How screwed are we? Read more... )

Meme: Cross off the things you've done: Read more... )

Meme: Bold What's True: Read more... )

Meme: Ask some invasive questions: Read more... )

Quote of the Day: Wikipedia, "Loneliness", here
A person who feels lonely regardless of if she is at a family gathering, with friends, or alone is experiencing chronic loneliness. It does not matter what goes on in the surrounding environment, the experience of loneliness is always there.

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* Marshall McLuhan
bending_sickle: (Shitty day)
I think maybe the Dodos of Doom have undergone some sort of horrible mutation and turned into the Angry Dodos of Rage. This is not good. )

Meme: 30-Day Original Story Development Challenge Day 15 - Continued )


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* "How Much More", Stars
bending_sickle: (Mark is made of awesome)
I'm still in my "watch all the Mark Sheppard things!" mode. I've followed Mark into some amazing new shows - Leverage and White Collar and Battlestar Galactica - and into some watchable ones - Warehouse 13 and Chuck, for example. Then there's Bionic Woman and Middle Man, which I plowed through out of sheer devotion to Mark's minor character. Oh, Mark...



Right now, I'm watching 24 and I almost wish I were watching Middle Man. At least that one was amusing. For one, it doesn't help that this is totally not my style of show. There's no fantasy and no science, so that's me clutching at staws to find something I can invest in. I'm shit out of luck doing that with Mark's character because the first episode he's in, he's hunkered down in a crowd, head in his hands. The second one, he's got tiny scenes of sitting in a car. (Sitting well and lovely, but still.) Right now I'm hanging onto Grey's Anatomy's Teddy and The Lord of the Rings Sam to get me through. That and the awesome character Chloe O'Brian.

But I can handle that, no problem. What I cannot handle is how the male characters are responding to and treating two female characters. Read more... )


GIF Meme: Read more... )

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* Ellery Queen
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
Sickle's Random Tid-Bits:
  • I finally watched an episode of Battlestar Galactica, which I've been meaning to watch in full for ages. Obviously it was a Mark Sheppard episode - 3x18, "The Son Also Rises" - and he was basically the reason I watched it. And, it turns out, the only reason I liked it.

    Sure, I was jumping smack in the middle of the third season with only a basic knowledge of the whole series' storyline, but I didn't enjoy it because I got lost. And it wasn't because I didn't feel for the characters, because I did, for some, even without knowing their life history. I don't know, I think it was just all the politics and intrigue and all that type of happenings that made me not like it, because I've figured out that that is just not my genre. Thrillers and spies and politics - even if they are in space! - just isn't my thing.

    But that said, it really is a good show. Good pacing, good look, excellent writing. And by that I mean I absolutely adored all of Romo Lampkin [Mark Sheppard]'s speeches. His character had a slight Irish lilt to it, which was charming once I actually figured out what accent it was I was hearing - because previous to that I was just all ears going, "What? What accent is that? Where is that from? Is that, what?"

    I actually had to extract some of his speeches and made them into MP3s (wanna listen?) because I just loved them so much. Mark, damnit, do audiobooks.

    So in sum, I'll be watching more BSG, but only the kind with Mark Sheppard in it, until and if I get hooked on it and want to watch the whole thing.

    Oh, and on a completely different not, the president? Couldn't keep her apart from Doctor Who's Sarah Jane Smith in my head. I'm okay with that.

  • The newspaper did an article on prostitution zones in Rome, and so I learned that there are two zones in my neighbourhood. There's seven women right around our place - which doesn't surprise me, as I knew of five and actually walk by their hang-out place which is a little park every day to and from work - and some twenty-one a bit farther away - coincidently, where one night my mother and I were walking and were called at from a car and we knew they'd mistaken us for prostitutes. So that makes almost thirty prostitutes right in my area. Huh.

  • One of my co-workers, who's camping out at a friend's place until he can find one of his own, got robbed. In his apartment. At night. While he was sleeping. Someone ninjaed in through an open second-story window and took his friend's TV, his iPhone and wallet. Apart from being freaked the fuck out over someone being in his house while he's sleeping, he didn't have a dime on him. He went to his folk's for the weekend, to recover a bit until he could move in to his new place. The worst thing? This is totally not an unheard of or even uncommon thing in Rome.

  • I just realized today that it's going to be ten years since I graduated from highschool and started university, and I've got a friend who's at that stage right now. (The best thing? We're both like, "What age difference?") Ah, squishy ♥ And since it's that season, there's a few Tumblr things about starting university which mean a lot because I can remeber it all happening, and because I'm seeing it happening to my squishy. So this.


Supernatural Season 7 Promo-Spoilers: One tiny little screencap of squee )


GIF Meme: You're stuck in an elevator...: Read more... )

Quote of the Day: Sneebs
It's better to belong where you don't belong than not to belong where you used to belong, remembering when you used to belong there.


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Firefly: Read more... )
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* Terry Pratchett
bending_sickle: (OMG)
Sickle's Random Points of Randomness: Read more... )

Meme: Comfort Zones: via [livejournal.com profile] emerald_embers Read more... )

Meme: 30-Day Original Story Development Challenge Day 6 )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] yumemisama, here Read more... )

Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
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* Good Omens, TPratchett & NGaiman
bending_sickle: (Do not start with me)
Sickle's Summary of Random Things:
  • I'm still on my Bufy the Vampire Slayer rewatch kick and keep discovering things. Like I was watching I Robot, You Jane (1x08, IMDB) and who should I see, all wee and mullet-less, but Chad Lindberg! By which I mean, Supernatural's Ash! And he's still a computer geek genius! \o/

  • I'm slowly getting the hang of socializing-through-coffee. Last week I had coffee with my supervisor's peer - the hierarchy details, they fail me - which was nice, and today I had coffee with someone I'd sent my CV a while back and we talked about other organizations that might be interesting, which was also nice.

  • Socializing-through-lunch seems to be a big thing, too. Last week I was pretty awesome at having lunch with people, and it's how I met a guy who thinks techno is the highest form of music ever made by man, which, okay, and how I learned that the cute I like talking to is nineteen which, um, ah. *backs away slowly*

  • I also had lunch with my supervisor, which was less of a socializing thing and more of an info-dump accompanied with my panicked internal monologue going, "I have no idea what you're talking about. You want me to do what? Do you want me to do that? Wait, what, that too? But the other thing, that is being done by someone else? But I'm going to do- WHAT IS GOING ON?!?" so that was intimidating.


Sickle's "Oh hai I made another Firefly/Supernatural graphic" Read more... )

Meme: 30-Day Original Story Development Challenge Read more... )

Meme: Television: via [livejournal.com profile] phantmgreeneyes Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] beandelphiki, here & Anonymous, here Introverts vs extroverts )

Links of the Day:
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Firefly: Read more... )
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* Proverb
bending_sickle: (Someone hug Castiel)
In the new and sparkly tradition of my making random crossover screencap-and-quotes things, have a Firefly-meets-Supernatural fanart As a poor - or possibly welcome - substitute to my writing about the row I had with my mom ("You're not normal!", she says, which is nice) or about the movies we've seen or about the success at socializing that was had this week. Read more... )

Quote of the Day: hello-mythief, here
Because this is how I grow up. Because this is how I develop. Because I am the sort of person who has more followers than friends. Because I genuinely enjoy sitting in my room for days and doing nothing but watching movies and listening to music and reading. Because isolation has been my best friend since I was about five. Because I look out my window at the sun and I hear the birds singing and I just shut the god damned curtains. Because... Because... Because this is who I am and this is how I’m living.

Because I’ve always known I’d die alone.

GIF Juxtaposition of the Day: Harry Potter meets Supernatural Read more... )

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* The Sandman, Neil Gaiman
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
I got a Tumblr account because apparently this way if anyone changes their URLs again then they won't be lost to me. Bastards.

In other news, and as evidence that I only got Tumblr for the Dashboard, have some Supernatural and True Blood fanart, both with just a hint of Firefly, because why finish projects when I can just make new ones? *sigh* (Also? Note to self: less contrast is better.) SOILERS - True Blood 4x02 )


Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] aelora, here
I swear I spend every waking moment on Tumblr anymore. It's like watching CNN, except for fandom. You get the updates AS THINGS HAPPEN. And with pictures and video. It's INSANE. And ADDICTIVE.

Links of the Day:
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* Eric, 2x01
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
I still haven't even peeked at my flist or other Tumblrs save for Eastcollins', 'cause I was trying to catch up on the lost week of "omg soulfisting's gone!", so have some links before my WordPad explodes.

In other news, I had lunch with the intern and volunteer group today \o/ I also walked over 4 hours straight this afternoon, going at a crazy pace - listening to "Marching On" all the while - and bought sandals. And now my knees ache like they're being crushed under a sofa bearing a hippo and a rhino going at it. Yays.


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* "Marching On", One Republic
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
So again, not dead. Also, curiously enough, not exhausted. But work doesn't leave me much time for posting and surfing and Links of the Day, which is why sometimes this past week I've looked at the bed and said, "Ah, screw it, let's sleep." (Or rewatch Doctor Who Season 5, and sputter about things we still don't know about River - what did the Bishop in Time of Angels mean? - or about the finale - why 26/06/2010?)

However, I can report back that work is going well. So far it's still a lot of reading - although now they've brought down and hooked up my computer in my new shared office, so yay typing and oncoming productivity! I attended some presentations last week, and had an informal lunch meeting, and have a meeting tomorrow (where I think I'm supposed to introduce myself to the larger team). I've met more people than I could possibly ever remember and they've all been nice. Ah, international environment, how I've missed you! I've walked miles going from one part of the building to the other, getting lost in corridors and on staircases. I swear it's a bloody TARDIS-baby.

Last week I kept getting home absolutely exhausted - all read-out and socialized-out and languaged-out. Also, curisouly, with a raving desire for creativity. I've worked on that Not What I Had In My Head drawing (and worked on it so much it went from decent-enough to shite and back again) and have discovered The Coloured Pencils as well as the Badly Mangled Watercolours from my childhood. I also have charcoal pencils, so at least one version of the drawing is going to be passable. I even took Betsy out for a bit - didn't play her or even tuner her up, but I did wipe the dirt of her poor little guitar body.

In other news, have some links. Lots and lots of links.

Photo of the Day: True Blood SPOILERS Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] mybrokenlocket, here - AWESOMENESS
Can I please have dibs on "Big Gay Angel Crisis" as a band name? We'll sing songs about Supernatural fandom, it will be wonderful.

Song of the Day: "La Tasche Piene di Sassi" by Jovanotto Read more... )

Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
Doctor Who: Read more... )
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Sherlock: Read more... )
Firefly: Read more... )
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* Willow, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
bending_sickle: (Do not start with me)
So I just watched my Walking Far From Home fanvid and just realized that somehow, a clip-series was doubled. Like, there is a whole verse that's been doubled. This will have to be rectified. I just... *facepalm* And no one's said anything? I'm going to go hide under a rock in shame now.

Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
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Sherlock: Read more... )
Firefly: Read more... )
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* Mal, Firefly
bending_sickle: (Fuck this shit)
Don't quite know what to do with myself. Still no word on the internship. I went out walking yesterday for four hours or so and finished watching Harper's Island. I also did some Supernatural fanart at 3 am. The so-called art. )


Sickle's Brief Review of Harper's Island: Read more... )

Video of the Day: NineteenPercent's Beyonce - "Run the World" (LIES) Read more... )


Quote of the Day: John Steinbeck
I wonder how many people I've looked at all my life and never seen.

Links of the Day:
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Firefly: Read more... )
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* Shane, Harper's Island
bending_sickle: (Someone hug Castiel)
Sickle's Disjointed Rambles:
  • It's so windy here that a potted plant with a huge geranium has fallen, breaking off some glorious flowers and spreading dirt all over the balcony.

  • My left cornea has decided that sudden, random, sharp pain is the way to go. It was really bad this morning, and when I took out my contact and irrigated the area with artificial tears, the bastard stung even more. Optifree, you're supposed to soothe irritated eyes, not make it hurt more!

  • Still not sure whether the cream cheese icing is good or not. Granted, I made it haphazardly, but I can't decide!

  • The house is very empty and I'm apparently crap at time management.

  • Doctor Who's "The Doctor's Wife" was awesome, even if I did figure out who Idriss was the moment the TARDIS powered down.


Quotes of the Day: Oscar Wilde
They've promised us that dreams come true, but forgot that nightmares are dreams too.

[livejournal.com profile] bottledgoose, here, re: Earth's Children series
well yeah, that's pretty much all of them after Valley. Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape HUMPING HUMPING Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape HUMPING HUMPING Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape AHHH IT'S A SNAKE

and then Ayla kills the snakes and invents sewing needles, inoculation, and waterproof fashionwear..

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* Common expression
bending_sickle: (Can't we just cuddle?)
Tuesday everyone was buzzing about an imminent earthquake of catastrophic proportions expected for Wednesday, May 11th. Read more... )

In other news, my parents have gone off on vacation for a month, so I'm all on my lonesome. Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] sunlitdays, here, as lj-cut text
And you know you're gone when the sound of a song can't soothe you...

Links of the Day:
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Human Target: Read more... )
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* Ralph Waldo
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
The cold I've been sneezing and sniffling all past week decided that today was the day it was going to make me dizzy, woozy and headachey. I slipped into a nap in the afternoon as I lay horizontal in the hopes that the ground would solidify beneath me, and I'm still feeling out of sorts (and dizzy, let's not forget dizzy).

Jolted out of an unexpected nap and still reeling from The Cold is not the best way in which to answer a phonecall about setting up an appointment with Organization to discuss my CV. I managed to do so somehow, although I barely remember who I spoke to or what they say - at machine-gun speed, too. Nevertheless, Wednesday morning will be interesting.

This weekend was the Jus in Bello Convention weekend. It's in Rome. Y'all remember how I felt about this last year, right? *sigh* So close, so far, so stupid. So instead of What Could Have Been, this weekend I went to the horse fair Roma Cavalli. Here, have some videos and photos of horses doing pretty things: Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] rosefox, here
I think, though, that a little loss here or there, putting up with yet another learning experience or growth opportunity, is about a gazillion times better than shutting down your empathy and never giving anything to anyone for fear that it might be misused. Leave some chinks in your armor, or you'll suffocate in your safety and never understand why it hurts so much even though there's no one there but you.


Links of the Day:
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Human Target: Read more... )
Misfits: Read more... )
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* Rita Mae Brown
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
When Google Fails Me: I'm setting up a pdf of a selection of my stories for my supervisor, and working through author's notes, adding links and so on. In one chapter of a story, I reference a [livejournal.com profile] metaquotes - or possibly a comment on a [livejournal.com profile] metaquotes, which, yay.
[livejournal.com profile] ultra_lilac: People should never be baked into pies, you monster! The pastry overpowers the delicate bouquet of flavours in human flesh!

Goddamnit, I can't find it on the internet to put in the url. This is driving me crazy! (Yes, I am that nitpicky.) I figured out that the quote has to be older than December 2005, but any googles give me only my own post about it. So after having skimmed through half of 2005, I'm going to start at the begininng (2002) and head on from there. I will find it even if it kills me. Grr.

Sickle's Rant: How to Feel Underappreciated with Just Two Brief Emails: Read more... )

Sickle's Review of Charlaine Harris' Grave Sight (Audiobook), Chapters 1-4 Read more... )

Sickle's Review of The Land of Painted Caves, Chapter 1: Read more... )

Sickle's Review of Grey's Anatomy, "Song Beneath the Song" (7x18): Read more... )

Sickle's Review of Paranormal Activity 2: Read more... )

Meme: 30-Day Fandom vs. Personal Meme:

Day 17: Character you would never put your close friend in a room with, unless they had done something to make you really hate them. Read more... )

Day 18: Character you most think would make a great parent (father if you are female, mother if you are male). Read more... )

Day 19: Listen to the last ballad you remember hearing. Which character does it most remind you of? Read more... )

Day 20: Pick three favourite characters, each of them apearing currently in a different fandom. One of them has to be killed off from the current fandom you like them in, one of them has to become the star of their fandom, and the other has to be written out completely to never have appeared at all. You decide. Read more... )

Day 21: Character you'd most like to be for a day. Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] kambriel, here
Let the things you've suffered, endured, survived show.

Links of the Day:
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* Charlaine Harris, From Dead to Worse
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
I've recently zipped through Dharma and Greg's Season 1, because light-hearted comedy about nice people who love each other is perfect and just what one needs sometimes. Strange to think that the season is 14 years old now...

At the end of each episode, the executive producer Chuck Lore would leave a little text tid-bit for the pause-button quick. They're lovely little musings, totalling 13, and can be found below. Enjoy.



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* Greg, Dharma and Greg
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
I was doing rather poorly yesterday with what might have been a stomach bug. The kind that scuttles around wreaking havoc whilst white blood cells stand on chairs and scream, tossing rolled-up newspapers onto the floor in a hopeless attempt at stopping the infestation.

Today we took to the car and supposedly went to a Medieval town with a lovely view of the lake, but all we got to see was rain coming at us in all directions, so we had a coffee (with flavoured sugar!) and went back home.

I appear to have developed a crush on Misfits's Simon, which means a certain unfilicious episode will probably be rewatched. I also watched the Rifftrax version of X-Men yesterday, and somehow that made the movie ten times more boring. I liked that film, damnit. And all the while yesterday I was watching it thinking, "This is so ridiculous and nothing's happening." I don't even.

And now, Attack of the Links. Muahahaha!

Quote of the Day: Annonymous, here
Misha's entire life is a social experiment. That's the wonder and the beauty of him.

Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
Doctor Who: Read more... )
True Blood: Read more... )
Human Target: Read more... )
Misfits: Read more... )
Other Fandom: Read more... )
Multifandom: Read more... )
Random: Read more... )

* Nathan, Misfits

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