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March 11th, 2010 10:26 pm - Some scraps of things.
Here are some posts I have made to DW communities in the past week:

[community profile] asexuality: Queering the Census: We ALL Count, in which I gripe about the Queer the Census campaign, which is about greater visibility for LGBT people but erases everyone who isn't heterosexual but doesn't fit it one of the L-G-B-T boxes.

[community profile] common_nature: Welcome!, In which [personal profile] elke_tanzer and I have started a community that is all about nature, and you all should join it! And post stuff there! And leave comments!

[community profile] create_my_comm: Little Details, in which we are all agreed that DW needs a community that is like l_d only awesomer, and none of us want to be the one to start it! (So you should!)

[community profile] starry_sea: Anybody still here?, in which I apologize abjectly for abandoning my own community, and talk about how to get it active again.

[community profile] tarot: An Amazing Tarot Blog, in which I rave at length about Pre-Gebelin Tarot History, which discusses tarot from a strictly historical and rational perspective, a perspective which is deeply awesome and far, far too hard to find.

[community profile] treknovelfest: Illustration for "Three T'kay Stories", in which I have done a lot of research in the Starfleet Archives and found photographs & descriptions of the original ancient Vulcan artifacts that were used to illustrate [personal profile] ljc's treknovelfest entry based on my prompt, From The Terran Coyote to The Klingon K'Ortar: Tricksters of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants.

...there, that can be my followfriday. :D (What posts have you made to DW communities in the past week?)

Most of those were posts I have been procrastinating on making for months! Having them done is like breathing clear air again. (Also, omg, I might actually have to change my to-do list now - I'm afraid the dry-erase marker might have set in on some of them.) There's several more I've had on hold, though - maybe now that I'm on a roll I can scratch even more of them off.

In the spirit of getting things done, how about that WIPs meme that was going around awhile ago? One paragraph from everything in my "In progress" folder, was it?

This includes fics, meta posts, vids, fanmixes, and various stranger things, in all states of completion, fyi. )
...it says something about me that my reaction to all of that laid out is "That's less than thirty things! Not at bad as I thought!" If you ask for more information about any of them in comments, I will probably give it to you. (At length! ^_^ )

Also while I am doing random meme-y things, poall:
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 22

If I were to lose all perspective and sign up for [community profile] scifibigbang, I should write:

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The one with the zero-gravity Olympics.
7 (31.8%)

The one where the prince gets talked into being figurehead for the princesses' girl-power revolution, and there are scimitar cats, magic swords, and a lot of plot-relevant discussion of fashion.
7 (31.8%)

Fanfic. Duh.
4 (18.2%)

You know better than to sign up for a big bang.
4 (18.2%)

Current Mood:: [mood icon] bouncy

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February 18th, 2008 01:59 am - HEY KIDS! PORN!
So yesterday, I was going through the ol' box o' porn comics at my local comic store (as you do) when I found a comic that I absolutely had to share with fandom.

...specifically with Good Omens fandom. Because who else can truly appreciate blatant lesbian pron, illustrated in a style not entirely unlike Betty & Veronica, written by Neil Gaiman, about an angel and a demon who get so bored and lonely being stuck together on Earth for millenia that they decide to spend all the rest of time having sex with each other?

No, wait, actually the appeal of that is probably pretty broad. :P So here:

The Angel and Demon had been in Breme for thousands of years. They had no one to talk to but each other. They made bets with each other to while away the time... )

The 6 (small) scans behind the link are definitely PORN COMICS - very much NOT WORKSAFE, be warned

Although I didn't scan any of the actual pron pages. And Cherry was actually the best of the lot, both art and writing wise, so if you want to find out what happened to the publican's soul after the angel and the demon got ... distracted, you should totally find your own copy! I followed the s_d rule of posting less than 1/4 of the total story. Also other story in the issue features a still-timely parable about the perils of sleeping with Republican politicians. (I pulled out Cherry #22, too, featuring "The eXploitation Files", but that one's a present for my sister, so ya'll don't get to see it yet. :P )

Current Music:: Why does JF not have a comics comm yet?
Current Mood:: [mood icon] giggly

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December 6th, 2003 11:34 pm - Good Omens/Once Upon a Time in Mexico crossover. Um, sorry.
And in Those Days, in Mexico . . .
Rating: PG-13, for violence, I guess.
Pairings: Um, Sands/War? *sheepish shrug*
Word Count: 1666
Disclaimers: Crowley, Aziraphale, and the Horsepersons belong to Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Most of the rest belongs to Robert Rodriguez.
Notes: Major spoilers for Once Upon a Time in Mexico, spoilers for Good Omens, minor spoilers for Desperado. The Hebrew was very kindly translated for me by [livejournal.com profile] woapalanne. The Spanish is all mine, has not been beta'd, and is probably very, very bad. But practicing my Spanish was my excuse for writing this, so . . . feel free to correct it or flame it for me.
Inter-agency cooperation, good reasons to wear sunglasses indoors, the several meanings of the name El, and the things humans do to each other with out any prompting at all . . . )

Current Music:: Saint Saens - Danse Macabre
Current Mood:: [mood icon] confused


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