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Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining A-Team and Johnny the Homicidal Maniac.
The story should use rape as a plot device!

Generated by the Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator

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Aug. 10th, 2008 11:36 am
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"If there are one or more people on your friends list who make your world a better place just because they exist, and who you would not have met (in real life or not) without the Internet, then post this same sentence in your journal." (via [livejournal.com profile] astragoblin)

via astra

Jul. 16th, 2008 08:21 am
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Allow me to get to know you better, via form.
PLEASE FILL THIS OUT:
INFO
1. Name:
2. Birthday (optional):
3. Where do you live:
5. What are you studying/What are you working as:
6. What makes you happy:
7. What are you listening to now/have listened to last:
8. What is particularly good/bad about my LJ:
9. An interesting fact about you:
10. Are you in love/have a crush at the moment:
11. Favorite place to be:
12. Favorite lyric:
13. Best time of the year:
14. Weirdest food you like:

RECOMMEND
1. A film:
2. A book:
3. A song:
4. A band:

PLUS
1. One thing you like about me:
2. Two things you like about yourself:
3. Put this in your lj so I can tell you what I think of you?

ETA: Comments will not be screened, so leave off whatever personal info you wish.
chronovore: (OMFG)
I've been commented-to by The Tron Guy. [livejournal.com profile] ororo_saki made one of his typically bang-up drawings The Tron Guy, and within hours the guy himself had dropped by to see. Man, the internet is crazy fast.
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What browser tabs do you have open:
  1. Google Calendar, tracking my time use at work - wishing it had a tasklist function rather than rememberthemilk.com integration
  2. Gamespy: Bully Xbox 360 review - planning on buying this even though I've got a queue of games to play. I loved Bully on PS2.
  3. Gamespy: Saints Row 2 preview - this will be a pre-order for me, as 1 was fantastic aside from the writing
  4. Gamespy: Okami Wii preview - noticing a sandbox game themed fixation yet?
  5. Xbox.com Friends Management - leave it to MS to make something like friends sound like business
  6. Amazon.com Wikipatterns book - hoping to spruce up our internal adoption of our wiki
  7. Wikipatterns.com homepage - hoping to do it without buying a book
  8. [livejournal.com profile] indirigirl 's entry where she started this meme
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roflbot - add text and captions to your pictures: it also allows auto-posting of your creation to photobucket; how awesome is that? (thanks, [livejournal.com profile] speedisthekey )
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Transformers comes with mystery "Cloverfield" 1-18-08 Trailer:

At IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1060277/
"Revolves around a monster attack in New York as told from the point of view of a small group of people."
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Via this: LOL: Waxy.org Links, caused by this: The Making Of LOL Feeds | ianloic.com:
Last week I wrote and released my LOL Feeds site. It takes RSS or Atom feeds from the web and makes a series of lolcat-style images on a web page. It's really way funnier than it sounds.
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LolCat Builder

Update: Link disabled as some people just can't play nice on the internet. Instead of uploading their own kitty pics for anyone to use, it's now a Goatce.sx festival. Do. Not. Click. Well, I mean, don't edit my disabled URL unless you are (a) not at work and (b) masochistic.
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Constructive Mayhem - "The rules of this game: Comment (in this case ask here) and I pick three of your interests and three of your user icons, and ask you to talk about them.":
"Well, this is fun. I have no idea what some fo the things in your interests list are.
Interests: Improper dancing, swarf, and whatever that two character one is last in your list.
images: default, magnum, furious
"
Interests:
  • Improper Dancing is very similar to Geek Dancing. It's the kind of largely arrhythmic and unselfconscious dancing that simultaneously attracts small children, like a somatic version of the Pied Piper, and repulses potential lovers. So if you're interested in going home alone, this is the kind of dancing for you. Though it is the only kind of dancing I have ever performed, it has only come to public attention in recent years through Elaine's dancing on Seinfeld (YouTube), as well as the venerable web classic How to Dance Properly by ZeFrank.
  • Swarf is a luscious vocal/electronic band from the UK. I suspect their name comes from the industrial jargon, which are shavings and leftover bits from metalworking. I learned of them through Warren Ellis' site, and have kept up with their stuff through LJ, where their lead singer keeps her blog, and [livejournal.com profile] in_the_lathe, where Swarf posts band news. They offered their music for online purchase through the now-defunct mp3ria without DRM; if you're interested in hearing them, there are clips and free live tracks at their site and full songs can be heard through their MySpace player. But no one in their right mind recommends a visit to MySpace. (shudder)
  • The two-character entry at the end of my list is "Nihon" (or the older pronunciation "Nippon") which means "Japan." The pronunciation of those characters in Chinese, "Jipang" provides the international pronuciation of my host country's name.

LJ icons:
When I first joined LJ I just did it to read friends' journals. I was convinced that there was nothing but abject misery, whining, and drama going on here. Choosing Derek Zoolander as a theme for my LJ icons was meant to be self-mocking. I trot out Magnum whenever I say something that is lewd, biting, or hoped-to-be-perceived as insightful. Furious, from the movie Mystery Men, is for when I'm spazzing out about a topic, or making fun of myself for getting worked up over nothing.
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Jason Goldman on sliding-scale obstacles | 43 Folders:
When you have fewer responsibilities, those you do have take on a disproportionately larger weight. I found that no matter how little I actually had to worry about, I’d find some task or obligation that would become the “one big thing” nagging at me from void. Sometimes this one big thing would be laundry. The point is that you can always identify one obstacle in your life that, if removed, would make everything better (an annoying co-worker, a bad debt, a rash). Turns out this probably isn’t true at all.
"Suffering’s like a gas, no matter how much there is it will expand and fill the whole space that it’s in." - Victor Frankl

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