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From [livejournal.com profile] gayalondiel and [livejournal.com profile] dreamflower02

India Foxtrot Yankee Oscar Uniform Charlie Alpha November Uniform November Delta Echo Romeo Sierra Tango Alpha November Delta Tango Hotel India Sierra, Charlie Oscar Papa Yankee Alpha November Delta Papa Alpha Sierra Tango Echo India Tango Tango Oscar Yankee Oscar Uniform Romeo Lima India Victor Echo Juliet Oscar Uniform Romeo November Alpha Lima.0:) Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Mike Echo Mike Echo.
rabidsamfan: (arboreal ape)
From [livejournal.com profile] gayalondiel and [livejournal.com profile] dreamflower02

India Foxtrot Yankee Oscar Uniform Charlie Alpha November Uniform November Delta Echo Romeo Sierra Tango Alpha November Delta Tango Hotel India Sierra, Charlie Oscar Papa Yankee Alpha November Delta Papa Alpha Sierra Tango Echo India Tango Tango Oscar Yankee Oscar Uniform Romeo Lima India Victor Echo Juliet Oscar Uniform Romeo November Alpha Lima.0:) Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Mike Echo Mike Echo.

baaa!

Jan. 12th, 2009 07:26 pm
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Your result for The Sorting Hat Test...

Menage a quatre

You scored 53% Order/Chaos, and 51% Moral/Rational

You're split both between order and chaos, and between morality and rationality. Surely the real Sorting Hat would know where to put you, but this test is baffled. On the upside, you're clearly a very balanced person.



You may want to sort yourself according to my 4-grid:


Chaotic Orderly
Moral Gryffindor Hufflepuff
Rational Slytherin Ravenclaw




Take The Sorting Hat Test
at HelloQuizzy

baaa!

Jan. 12th, 2009 07:26 pm
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Your result for The Sorting Hat Test...

Menage a quatre

You scored 53% Order/Chaos, and 51% Moral/Rational

You're split both between order and chaos, and between morality and rationality. Surely the real Sorting Hat would know where to put you, but this test is baffled. On the upside, you're clearly a very balanced person.



You may want to sort yourself according to my 4-grid:


Chaotic Orderly
Moral Gryffindor Hufflepuff
Rational Slytherin Ravenclaw




Take The Sorting Hat Test
at HelloQuizzy

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I got tagged by [livejournal.com profile] only_po

Sometimes it's ok to pimp yourself out. Post a list of your top five fic-favorites you've written, regardless of fandom or the reason you love them. This isn't about the BEST things you've written, but what you LOVE most. Then tag five other people to do the same.

I did this before, I think and came up with different answers… Ah, well, favorites of the moment include:

Balance (written under a different pseudonym, my first toedip into Harry Potter)
A Decided Genius (Sherlock Holmes! Some of the ideas I incorporated into it go back more than twenty years in my notes.)
Keeping Warm (definitely not G rated.)
Chosen (because it is that time of year, after all)
And cheating a little bit, five drabbles:
Old Friends, In the Girls’ Bathroom, Unexpected Encounter, Éomer at Cormallen, and my very first drabble Bag End at Night.


Tagging…. Er, I’m really bad at that. But I’d love to see Shirebound, Rubynye, Belegcuthalion, Febobe, and Surgicalsteel take this on, if they’re willing, among others. If it looks like fun to you, do it!

Edited to fix links... I hope!
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I got tagged by [livejournal.com profile] only_po

Sometimes it's ok to pimp yourself out. Post a list of your top five fic-favorites you've written, regardless of fandom or the reason you love them. This isn't about the BEST things you've written, but what you LOVE most. Then tag five other people to do the same.

I did this before, I think and came up with different answers… Ah, well, favorites of the moment include:

Balance (written under a different pseudonym, my first toedip into Harry Potter)
A Decided Genius (Sherlock Holmes! Some of the ideas I incorporated into it go back more than twenty years in my notes.)
Keeping Warm (definitely not G rated.)
Chosen (because it is that time of year, after all)
And cheating a little bit, five drabbles:
Old Friends, In the Girls’ Bathroom, Unexpected Encounter, Éomer at Cormallen, and my very first drabble Bag End at Night.


Tagging…. Er, I’m really bad at that. But I’d love to see Shirebound, Rubynye, Belegcuthalion, Febobe, and Surgicalsteel take this on, if they’re willing, among others. If it looks like fun to you, do it!

Edited to fix links... I hope!
rabidsamfan: (what if)
Over at [livejournal.com profile] fanthropology they posted a link to a very random pairing generator. Here. Then they suggested that we defend some of the pairings we cam up with...

And I ended up drabbling...


Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park) / Spock (Star Trek) )

Jane Drew (The Dark is Rising) / Qui-Gon Jinn (Star Wars) )
rabidsamfan: (what if)
Over at [livejournal.com profile] fanthropology they posted a link to a very random pairing generator. Here. Then they suggested that we defend some of the pairings we cam up with...

And I ended up drabbling...


Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park) / Spock (Star Trek) )

Jane Drew (The Dark is Rising) / Qui-Gon Jinn (Star Wars) )
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Got ahold of bobo and they're going to discuss having professionals keep the hall clean out of the condo fees. He told her he hadn't actually started cleaning it yet, though. Could it be that he uses so much perfume he can't smell that carpet cleaner?

Ah, well. He can't say he doesn't know.

memity memity meme... )
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Got ahold of bobo and they're going to discuss having professionals keep the hall clean out of the condo fees. He told her he hadn't actually started cleaning it yet, though. Could it be that he uses so much perfume he can't smell that carpet cleaner?

Ah, well. He can't say he doesn't know.

memity memity meme... )

La La LA!

Dec. 2nd, 2006 01:10 pm
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There's been a music meme going around. But as I'm too shy to tell you when I turned eighteen (at least today anyway, try me back in a week), I've come up with a variation, using www.popculturemadness.com's list of hits from the nineteenth century.


Now, which of these do YOU know? Bold the ones you can sing an entire verse to (add a * if you know a parody or variant of the original words), italicize the ones you can sing (or hum) at least one line of, if not the whole thing, and strike out the ones you wish you never had to listen to again. The ones you don't know (at least not from the title) will stay plain.

Music alone shall live, never to die! )

La La LA!

Dec. 2nd, 2006 01:10 pm
rabidsamfan: samwise gamgee, I must see it through (Default)
There's been a music meme going around. But as I'm too shy to tell you when I turned eighteen (at least today anyway, try me back in a week), I've come up with a variation, using www.popculturemadness.com's list of hits from the nineteenth century.


Now, which of these do YOU know? Bold the ones you can sing an entire verse to (add a * if you know a parody or variant of the original words), italicize the ones you can sing (or hum) at least one line of, if not the whole thing, and strike out the ones you wish you never had to listen to again. The ones you don't know (at least not from the title) will stay plain.

Music alone shall live, never to die! )
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[livejournal.com profile] fictualities got me going on the five questions meme. If you want to play ask me to ask you five questions. If you just want to comment, that's okay too.

1.If you could come up with a new (or little used) subject category for a children's library, what subject category would that be, and why do you think children should read about it? (It can be a compound category if you'd like, such as "Cheese in literature - Bulgaria - Essays.")

Well, for the middle schoolers it would probably be “Metagaming, theory and application”. (With a couple of titles on when metagaming is appropriate and when it’s cheating.) Or maybe we could call it “rule theory.” I’m probably the only librarian in town who lets them play YuGiOh in the afternoons, but I find that my card players are less noisy than the kids waiting for the computers and a lot quicker to pay attention when I say “the chairs get pushed in and put away or there will be consequences.”

For the younger children I want to be able to look up “Scary (But Not Too Scary)” and “Gross (adjective)” as opposed to “Gross (number)”. Doesn’t matter whether I think they should read those topics or not, they wants them, they does!


2. What street, real or imaginary, would you most like to live on, and why?

Baker Street, as a street Arab, perhaps? But only if I can be one of the Irregulars. Mostly though I’d most like to live some place where the street is a dirt road. (As long as I can get the internet by satellite, anyway!)

3. What's your favorite museum?

Well the Museum of Bad Art is pretty high on the list. And I will always retain a sneaking fondness for the Denver Museum of Natural History, if only for all the summer afternoons I spent wandering around in it as a child. Back in the days when a kid could get in without a grownup attached, anyway. The one I'm most likely to visit these days is the Boston Museum of Science.

4. What character in any of the fandoms you follow has grown on you the most over the time you've been in that fandom?

Hmmm. Snape, maybe, although I started to think he might be more interesting than he seemed about book three. Or Theoden. I didn’t really appreciate Theoden until the movies came out, and now I read for him. He's really quite amazing.

5. What woman in history comes closest to being a personal hero (or heroine) for you?

My mom. No wait, someone historical? Think think think… Elizabeth Kenny. Because it takes a lot of determination to look a bunch of doctors in the eye and say “You’ve been doing this all wrong for centuries.”
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[livejournal.com profile] fictualities got me going on the five questions meme. If you want to play ask me to ask you five questions. If you just want to comment, that's okay too.

1.If you could come up with a new (or little used) subject category for a children's library, what subject category would that be, and why do you think children should read about it? (It can be a compound category if you'd like, such as "Cheese in literature - Bulgaria - Essays.")

Well, for the middle schoolers it would probably be “Metagaming, theory and application”. (With a couple of titles on when metagaming is appropriate and when it’s cheating.) Or maybe we could call it “rule theory.” I’m probably the only librarian in town who lets them play YuGiOh in the afternoons, but I find that my card players are less noisy than the kids waiting for the computers and a lot quicker to pay attention when I say “the chairs get pushed in and put away or there will be consequences.”

For the younger children I want to be able to look up “Scary (But Not Too Scary)” and “Gross (adjective)” as opposed to “Gross (number)”. Doesn’t matter whether I think they should read those topics or not, they wants them, they does!


2. What street, real or imaginary, would you most like to live on, and why?

Baker Street, as a street Arab, perhaps? But only if I can be one of the Irregulars. Mostly though I’d most like to live some place where the street is a dirt road. (As long as I can get the internet by satellite, anyway!)

3. What's your favorite museum?

Well the Museum of Bad Art is pretty high on the list. And I will always retain a sneaking fondness for the Denver Museum of Natural History, if only for all the summer afternoons I spent wandering around in it as a child. Back in the days when a kid could get in without a grownup attached, anyway. The one I'm most likely to visit these days is the Boston Museum of Science.

4. What character in any of the fandoms you follow has grown on you the most over the time you've been in that fandom?

Hmmm. Snape, maybe, although I started to think he might be more interesting than he seemed about book three. Or Theoden. I didn’t really appreciate Theoden until the movies came out, and now I read for him. He's really quite amazing.

5. What woman in history comes closest to being a personal hero (or heroine) for you?

My mom. No wait, someone historical? Think think think… Elizabeth Kenny. Because it takes a lot of determination to look a bunch of doctors in the eye and say “You’ve been doing this all wrong for centuries.”

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