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Found via Misha (not SPN Misha). This is so awesome!

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Title: Bright College Years
Author: [livejournal.com profile] dark_reaction
Fandom: Generation Kill
Pairing: Brad/Nate
Word Count: 7800
Rating: R
Summary: Bravo platoon as a fraternity.
Notes: For everybody who asked me to write this, don't say I never did anything for you. Thank you much to [livejournal.com profile] oxoniensis for the beta and to [livejournal.com profile] amberlynne for audiencing all of my madness. A lot of the details about Cornell were taken from Matt Ruff's Fool on a Hill. I now know more about Cornell's meal plan than I would ever care to know.

Drunken shenanigans this way. )
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Title: Close Call, Stand Tall
Author: [livejournal.com profile] dark_reaction
Fandom: Generation Kill
Pairing: Brad/Nate
Word Count: 4900
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Brad falls in love with a girl. Turns out she's a man by day.
Notes: This is from [livejournal.com profile] kashmir1's prompt in the snippet party here. It ballooned into nearly 5000 words and no way was I going to split that up into comments.

Epic genderswap is sold here. )
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This from a review on Amazon of a book I don't even like (Super Crunchers) and therefore don't know why I'm defending. This idiot says the following:

Consider a hypothetical algorithm that looked at video camera images from a cop car and advised the cop how to treat the person based on how they were driving, type of car, etc. If it turns out that cops are advised to be extra alert for people who turn out to be from a certain racial group, that is interesting, but much less likely to be racist than if the cop just has a hunch. That's really the whole point of the book and I'm surprised he missed this.

Okay dude, there's a term for this, it's called statistical discrimination, and while it might allow us to make easier or faster predictions about people, it is unethical and more importantly unlawful in cases of racial profiling. You are an idiot.

If there was some way for me to send you a message about this on Amazon instead of making passive aggressive comments on my lj, I WOULD'VE.
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I saw Alice in Wonderland last night. I really enjoyed it, though I think I might be the only one. Those costumes! I just wanted to roll around in them! And now, because I've been doing thinky things, a poll. Also, no pressure to say yes to this, if you don't want to.


ETA: Why do you not live in my part of California. You clearly do this just to hurt me.
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Title: The Headboard
Author: [livejournal.com profile] dark_reaction
Fandom: Original Fic
Pairing: She/He
Word Count: 1200
Rating: NC-17
Summary: PWP het on a bed.
Notes: I wrote this for somebody who's going to remain nameless. See? I can write het.

There are purpling bruises just above the flare of her ass that perfectly fit the first four fingers of his left hand. )
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From [livejournal.com profile] amberlynne

Comment on this post. I will choose seven interests from your profile and you will explain what they mean and why you are interested in them. Post this along with your answers in your own journal so that others can play along.

She chose cherry blossoms, collecting jackets, honest tea, javelin in hand, male models, sequins, and the regency period for me. )
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Kim Kardashian's latest scent is a complete ripoff of Michael Kors' fragrance. I'm a devout user of MK, but Kim's is cheaper, so if you like tuberose might as well, right?

I hate the words must-haves, but here are a few things you might like. )

Now I shall go back to watching Life on Mars. I just saw the episode with the two officers from Vietnam who were gay for each other, but uh, it ended badly.

Weeeee

Feb. 10th, 2010 01:16 pm
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Who is going to the midnight screening of Valentines Day on Thursday night? Me. Who is going to see Wolfman the following day? Me. I'm really excited for both! Tomorrow I have a recs post planned. Stay tuned for that!

Also, my thread...

SecretAdmirerAnonymeme
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You know what seems like a good plan? Obsessively working on a piece of fanart for hours on end when you should be working on your Hellenistic paper or reading crappy Raymond Chandler or maybe even the screenplay up for workshop this week. These all sound like excellent ideas. That is not what I did however.

I decided to draw hipster Jared and Jensen from my fic Made For Walking.

Oh, high school boys... )
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"This year, I will work with Congress and our military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are."

Okay, GK fandom. WHERE'S THE FIC? I almost feel like I could go off and organize an entire State of the Union challenge.

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"Week 3
Tuesday January 26 Alexander the man (356-323 BC), the myth, the legend, the business man(?) and a decade that shook the world
READING: Austin, 2-4, 7; Plutarch, Alexander"
 
So I looked at that, and nearly shat myself. I just added it all up. That is three-hundred pages of reading. And then I realized Joseph Manning meant TEXTS not chapters. I practically died of relief. Do you know how I figured this out? Not because he bothers to make a distinction between chapters. No, but because he wants us to read Austin 303-305. And I was like 305 chapters? How prolific was this motherfucker? It turns out pretty prolific, but he wasn't (I praise god) attempting to rewrite everything that the library at Alexandria ever held. 

For a moment there I could hear Jumper playing in the background. BUT it's all good. Turns out I only have a hundred pages. MANAGEABLE.
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Just got back from pre-op. I was there for three hours. I had the happy misfortune to have my foot run over by a woman in a wheel chair. My insurance is still harping about the fact that in 2007 I wasn't referred to the plastic surgeon by someone at DUH, because he's a family friend, and they called me up while I was in his office to tell me so. Then I was told I would have to get blood drawn (oh, god I was such a mess.) I thought I was going to be able to wait a few more days. So here I am freaking out about getting blood drawn, she said think of something else, and what pops into my head? ERIC from True Blood. At that moment in time it was not a comforting thought. And then she effing sneezed on me. On my arm, with a huge needle in it. And I mean, spittle flying and everything.

Urg urg urg.
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Did an flist trim. I'm also declaring it defriending amnesty. Don't worry about being the first to defriend. We all go our separate ways and it's all good.

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God I've been posting a lot recently. And yet, here I am again. From the people who brought you Batman/ASkars and Sailor Moon!Dean comes a brilliant new idea:

Dean Winchester is JACK BLACK in School of Rock. No, seriously. How brilliant would that be? Dean is like a really awesome guitarist, but he's a total underachiever and he can't hold down a band or a job because of all the side hunting jobs he's doing. BUT THEN ONE DAY HE STEALS A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER JOB FROM HIS ROOMMATE CASTIEL AND OUR STORY IS BEGINS. Dean's not  really suited for the job. He doesn't care a wit for math, the kids already speak English, and the only thing he has to say about sailing the oceanblue in 1492 is LEIF ERICSON BITCHES. But he finds common ground when he realizes that the class is alarmingly good at music even if they keep playing this weird Bi-thoven guy!

Enter Sam, the uptight principal who is seven feet tall and dresses like he walked out of catalogue for old farty english professors. Dean totally thinks he has a stick up his ass. BUT when he gets him drunk and puts on Rush, a whole new, really effing hot side of Sam breaks out. And he kind of wants to fuck him. It's a problem, because he's always around Sam in the presence of like 28 school children. He still likes to play Telephone Line by ELO when Sam comes to visit the class, just to watch him shiver. And then shit happens, Dean technically kidnaps 28 school children and brings them to a bar. With alcohol and loose women.

But it's okay, because Dean is awesome. Somehow the story works out. It involves a daycare, and sex in the rain where everybody present is above the legal age, and a really bad band with a guy who used to be in RENT. Castiel decides to quit substitute teaching and join Dean in his daycare efforts. Sam will never stop wearing tweed pants.

Oh well. You can't have everything.

 
Admit it. [livejournal.com profile] memphis86  and I are geniues.
 
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So I started this last night as procrastination for working on my senior thesis, and now it's not really done exactly, but I finished it to the best of my ability, because I actually have to do my work. Hah.



Brad and Nate posing for Hugo Boss... )
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I'm in this awesome Cafe I just found in Redwood City that has free wifi so that I can work on my thesis. They have this hilarious mural up on the wall of cult movie and tv figures. I'm sitting next to the Godfather, Alex from a Clockwork Orange, and Uhura. Dr. Frankenfurter is looking at my thesis over my shoulder.

ITS freaked me out last night. They keep doing these alert things and I answered the phone without looking at the number and the electronic voice sounded like I would expect a serial killer to sound. They've been really serious about that this year ever since Annie Le was killed. A few weeks ago I was out walking and all of a sudden everybody on crosscampus pulled their phones out at the exact same moment. It reminded me really heavily of Equilibrium when the entire square full of people injected themselves with Prozium. It was just because ITS was sending out more test alerts, but still weird.

And now for something completely different...I thought of trolleys when I saw this )
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Title: Stand On The Line
Author: [livejournal.com profile] dark_reaction
Fandom: Supernatural
Pairing: Sam/Dean
Word Count: 15,000
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Dean, rather than Sam, gets disillusioned with hunting. So he enlists.
Notes: I've been working on this fic since early July. Would you believe I watched Generation Kill for research? I seem to have gotten somewhat distracted. That said, I had to play rather fast and loose with actual events (both canon and real life) to make this work. Hopefully the end result is worth it. Thank you so much to [livejournal.com profile] rosekay, who is the best beta a girl could ask for.

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