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Mar. 16th, 2012 09:52 am
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I looked through some oooooold Est stuff last night and started really missing my pups. I wish I knew why I can't write anymore. I mean, seriously, it's been probably five years and I just can't. Fiction, I mean; obviously blogging and work-related writing hasn't been the problem; just fic. I mean, I have ideas and I have the desire, but I can't. Is that the longest case of writers block ever, or maybe me just having some psychological problem? Or are they the same thing? It makes me sad, y'all.


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Hrm

Mar. 16th, 2012 08:38 am
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How annoying that I can't read my full flist from my iPhone. Also, autocorrect argh.


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Who here has taken the GRE? I have to take it a week from Saturday, and I'm dreading it. Y'all, I haven't had a math class since 1985. NINETEEN EIGHTY-FIVE. I only remember the most rudimentary algebra and geometry. I'm studying, but honestly, I'm afraid I won't score high enough.

Any advice?
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Okay, people, feed my Walking Dead obsession! Where can spoilers be found? I'm dying to know what happens in this week's finale.

Also, fanfic. Where is the good stuff? Writers to look for? Journals to friend?

I think I found my next fandom -- so, naturally, the season is ending now. *facepalms*

I think this is my first post as a free LJ in...seven years? Eight?

So, hi. :D
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Veddy interesting.

At first, I thought it was just spam, but there are no links, and it seems to be responding directly to what I said in the post. And who else would give a shit, particularly on a post nearly four years old? And didn't one of Palin's teenage daughters (Bissel or Trap or whatever off-the-wall thing Palin named her) get in trouble not too long ago for her foul-mouthed defense of her mother on facebook?

Come on back and play, little Palin spawnling.

Edit: Comment now unscreened so it can be seen. Whoops! *facepalm*
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I just wanted to say that even though I've been a shitty LJ friend for a long time now, every one of you is important to me, and I care about you. My world is better, knowing you're in it, and I want to make sure you all know that.

*hugs*
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[livejournal.com profile] andreth47 passed away. I can't even think of what to say. :( *hugs* to her family and friends.

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Oopsie; meant to post to a comm...
fangirl_says: (BSG I heart my admiral)
I haven't posted much lately, and every time I do post, people unfriend me. It's beginning to make me a bit paranoid! Which of you will it be this time? *eyes y'all*

In all seriousness, though, I understand and there are no hard feelings. Interests change, people change. Sometimes, I guess, it's just time to move on. If I *am* being annoying/boring/offensive, though, someone please tell me, so I can try not to be that way in the future. *whoopsie, more paranoia*

I do actually have a fandom comment to make, though. Syfy has greenlit another Battlestar Galactica spin-off -- and it looks like this one will have actual space ships and space battles and viper pilots, hooray! I tried to love Caprica, y'all; I really did. It just didn't do it for me. I need a bit more sci-fi in my sci-fi, I think.

Semi-randomly, I just finished reading a book that someone I know had recommended to me -- "Hater". They described it as a sort of '28 Days Later'-post-apocalyptic-virus-causes-mahem' kind of thing, which sounds EXACTLY like the sort of thing that I love. Unfortunately, it sucked. It took 150 of a 250-page book for the protagonist to finally go, 'oh, hey, people keep going crazy and killing each other. Maybe, just maybe, something is amiss.' That, and the whole 'telling rather than showing' writing style (written mostly in first person, no less) kept me annoyed and frustrated, and were vastly inferior to 90 percent of the fanfic I've read. Meh.

Which makes me wonder...does anyone know of really good, genuinely scary fanfic? Doesn't really matter what fandom, actually. I just want a good read and hopefully a few goosebumps to make me forget that what passes for profic really doesn't cut it for me anymore. Any good, scary books y'all could recommend?

At any rate, *smishes* to all that wants them!
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apparentlythelowerhalfofnykeyboardisnotworking

ohforpetessake

;]
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Still here.

Still tired.

That's about all. :)
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I was unfriended by several people over the weekend (no hard feelings!) I know I'm pretty nonexistant around here anymore, but it made me wonder if something else was going on.

I did get a Pingback notification that told me a post of mine had been linked, and when I went to look, the post in question is locked. Which, erm, is worrisome. I mean, not worrisome in that my post was linked in a locked post, but that I was notified about it, and told what the subject line of that flocked post said. Weirdness.

Anyway, hello to those still here! :)
fangirl_says: (SPN Sam = Donkeh?)
A bodyguard?

A location manager?

I can only imagine how awkward their panels are going to be. "So, exactly how cute are Jensen and Jared together?" "And what were your impressions of Jared when you first met him?"

Ugh. DNW.
fangirl_says: (DW Amy & Eleven WTF?)
From a Syfy press release:
New York, New York - July 29, 2010 - Syfy's all-new drama series Being Human, starring Sam Witwer (Smallville, Battlestar Galactica), Meaghan Rath (The Assistants), Sam Huntington (Cavemen, Superman Returns) and Mark Pellegrino (Lost, Supernatural) has commenced production in Montreal, Canada. Adam Kane (The Mentalist, Heroes) is Director and Co-Executive Producer with Executive Producer Michael Prupas (The Kennedys, Pillars of the Earth) and husband and wife Executive Producers/Writers Jeremy Carver (Supernatural) and Anna Fricke (Men in Trees, Everwood). Muse Entertainment is producing 13 1-hour episodes for Syfy.


So after my iniatial DO NOT WANT reaction to the word 'Americanized,' I had to admit I was intrigued. Mark Pellegrino as a vampire mentor! Jeremy Carver! Sam Witwer!

Okay, Syfy, now impress me with the show itself.
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From icanhascheezburger:

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I had to take OFF my glasses to see it. ;)

(Spoilers in comments!)

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