MMOM Day 29: "Getting the Call," Kalinda Sharma, Alicia Florrick, The Good Wife
May. 23rd, 2013 | 06:43 pm
Fandom: The Good Wife
Self-Lover: Alicia Florrick
Spoilers: Nothing big
Date: May 29
The post to suggest future pairings/stories!
Summary: The call doesn't come every night, but when it does Kalinda always seems to expect it.
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May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:12 pm
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May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:10 pm
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May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:01 pm
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May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:01 pm
posted by: erikthenude
twisted pearls eat ivory
Undo the facade
May. 23rd, 2013 | 02:24 pm
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:23 pm
- Thu, 13:52: @comcastcares Hey your connection status check page isn't very useful if it just gives an error message. http://t.co/km623EoFHa
- Thu, 20:08: Very cool! Love the weather variances. | Big Bertha coming together for Seattle summer tunnel drilling [time-lapse] http://t.co/4FG7raabDy
- Thu, 20:12: RT @someecards: These weird posters found in Washington state are trying to turn being pro-gun into a gay thing. http://t.co/KkY4p7nbom
May. 23rd, 2013 | 02:10 pm
- Wed, 14:37: This was also unauthorized, back in the 1970's http://t.co/S4pAZkiDBk
- Wed, 14:57: Someone parachuted off the Columbia Center. https://t.co/2CEF7QskQr
- Wed, 17:45: RT @daynperry Photo of the Day: 'Mystery climber' in the Safeco Field rafters http://t.co/xRqyT9IsZd
- Wed, 19:37: RT @ChrisDaniels5: Peaceful march moving through Capitol Hill: http://t.co/5LhqsF6gY3
- Wed, 20:20: RT @Vintage_Seattle: From November 1968, the Seattle City Light Power Control Center Courtesy Seattle Municipal Archives, item 78809 http:…
- Wed, 22:04: 1920's BASE jumping in Seattle https://t.co/PE5N0kRx7Y
- Wed, 22:32: BASE jumping in 1922 http://t.co/nVIudSrceU
May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:06 pm
posted by: jenndolari
May. 23rd, 2013 | 01:53 pm
- Thu, 08:23: Have you been wanting to check out a movie at The New Parkway Theater, but don't have the money? You can win... http://t.co/ALtDXxJgMz
- Thu, 08:30: http://t.co/zeYvp2HCq6 http://t.co/VvkPO24ZBm
- Thu, 08:30: Sex Cels on Radio Valencia http://t.co/0sUVl8Oi2l
- Thu, 08:36: Have you wanted to check out a movie at The New Parkway Theater, but have not had the cash? Tomorrow night on Sex... http://t.co/TCmUF2slcD
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May. 23rd, 2013 | 01:25 pm
May. 23rd, 2013 | 01:10 pm
- Wed, 16:18: Yasmine thought you might like to know what it is about vampires that grabs her by the throat ;) - Marc Why... http://t.co/ZqUIkDbHUc
- Wed, 16:30: Menolly is feeling neglected.... http://t.co/jiYaIp1tvT
- Wed, 16:35: Yasmine fancies one of these, but insists on matching shoes to go with it. I suggest a whip and got stared at. -... http://t.co/3zFrZQG00X
- Wed, 16:47: All this talk of vampires today, (and vampy clothing? ;) ) it wouldn't be right without a kitteh :D - Marc http://t.co/Rctl59hhjP
- Wed, 17:28: Speaking of gothy vampy sexy stuff, one of the sexiest vids evah (IMO), from their official Youtube channel.... http://t.co/8hxwujYDD0
- Wed, 21:00: For the evening crew: Why Vampires Put the Bite on Me... on the blog! http://t.co/blC73xiigd
- Wed, 21:10: You don't want to hear my thoughts: MI Right-To-Lifer: Getting Raped Is Like Your Home Being Flooded–Buy Insurance... http://t.co/DCrxOhWJnq
- Wed, 21:11: Hi new Twitter followers. No autofollow but I read all @replies. Not always G/PG rated. Volatile/Opinionated. I like to play in the dark. :)
- Wed, 21:11: Sometimes I talk a LOT, sometimes not. I chat about my cats, work, tattoos, magic, low-carb, clothes, etc. I smash spammers & do NOT debate.
- Wed, 21:11: I'm irreverent, swear a lot, and am guaranteed to offend somebody, somewhere. Follow at your own risk. ;)
May. 23rd, 2013 | 03:08 pm
Y'all gon' make me go all out up in here up in here
May. 23rd, 2013 | 09:50 pm
девки решили, что недостаточно дней вырвано из моей жизни ранузданным весельем, и что эта суббота ничем не хуже. тем более, что будет дождь и вообще нынче погоды быстро стали снова мартовскими. хотя май.
девки говорят, что не видели меня в гавно. интелектуального клуба 'контур' на них нет.
что я не спрашиваю их уважают ли они меня, что не лезу на ручки и не зову маму.
nothing a coupla gin-n-tonics can't fix.
странные у людей желания. ну кто ж я, чтобы отказывать девкам в таком удовольствии?
как говорит некая маша, давно я шашкой не махала.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:34 pm
♪: "Face to Face (Demon Remix)," Daft Punk
posted by: machupicchu
Years and years ago, I got an offer in the mail from Rolling Stone: for a flat fee, get a lifetime subscription. I can't remember how much it was -- something like a hundred bucks, maybe -- but I jumped on it. Even then I thought, Are they serious? And that was before publishing went downhill. I don’t think they'd ever be stupid enough to make an offer like that today.
This must have been the late nineties. I've been enjoying my basically-free subscription ever since. I did stop getting issues in the mail for a time several years ago, and I could not find any documentation of the lifetime subscription, I had paid for it so long before. But I contacted them about it anyway, and they took care of it for me -- I started getting issues in the mail again.
I rarely actually read it. I certainly don't feel like I'm wasting the money I spent, this many years later. I do love having it handy for whenever I might want to read it. And every so often, something comes in it that's truly special and fantastic.
That happened yesterday. The new issue has a cover story on Daft Punk. I probably haven't been this excited to read a Rolling Stone cover story since the last time they had one on Madonna, over a decade ago. Had this been timed for the release of their weakest album, 2005's Human After All, I would not have been nearly as excited. But this year's release, Random Access Memories, is kind of a revelation. It's still unclear whether it's likely I'll have listened to this one the most times by the end of the year (currently Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience is way ahead), but it still seems clearly in the running for best album of the year.
And Daft Punk now has nearly two decades of being notoriously reclusive. They've never granted an interview of this kind of depth, which made it doubly exciting.
So, I rode my bike home from work -- after working half an hour late -- and checked the mail. I nearly jumped for joy when I saw that magazine in my mail box. I almost never do this even with a book I'm reading, but instead of turning on TiVo, I left Daft Punk playing in my headphones while I made my dinner, which I then ate while reading the article.
It was so, so cool to get a glimpse into the lives of these guys. Until now, I've only known them as their kitschy robot-helmet personas. I read that they debuted those robot helmets with their 2001 masterpiece Discovery; for some reason I thought they'd been using them long before that. And actually, the duo are still pretty guarded in their personal lives in the interview. But this is a case where so little has been revealed up to this point, a little goes a very long way. Just reading about the interviewer meeting with them at their studio in Paris, hanging out with them in California, and accompanying them to the premiere of the trailer made for the album that was released at Coachella this year (when, incidentally, I was actually in Palm Springs -- I've never been to Coachella though) -- it was all a genuine thrill.
The one article just totally made my day. And I got to read it before non-subscribers! (I checked the Rolling Stone website and its "current issue" page is still on last week's issue.) All because I paid for a lifetime subscription around fifteen years ago.
And then, right after the Daft Punk article, there was an article about Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks. I've only heard a couple of their songs in my entire life, but the Bush-era backlash against them was jaw-dropping in how preposterous it was, so I have always been a little interested in her and her unusual position in the context of country music. The article basically catches up with her as she readies a rock-infused solo album. I'm still not much interested in the solo album but the article was interesting.
Shobhit finally responded to my email about wedding stuff. Still some stuff left to do, but we worked through some stuff last night. I got an email sent out to all the people helping out with the wedding: Karen; Sachin; Danielle; Gabriel; Janine. I finally feel like we're getting organized across all aspects of what needs to come together.
I emailed Gabriel to ask if he would do video clips for us. Shobhit reminded me of the digital camcorder I gave him for Christmas in 2010 (he hasn't used it much, but it still proved useful -- I gave it to him for using when he needed to self-record for auditions). He can bring that up to Seattle and Gabriel can use that. Gabriel called me on FaceTime to tell me he was cool with that. I finally found a specific way Gabriel can be a huge help at the wedding! I kind of floundered on that front for a while.
I was already on FaceTime with Shobhit on the iPad, but we had each other on mute -- we do that a lot, so we're sort of hanging out together but only seeing each other so we can hear our own things without being bothered by noise on the other end (usually TV Shobhit is watching online or music I'm listening to). I answered Gabriel using the iPhone, and set that against the iPad. So I was talking to Gabriel, with Shobhit behind him. Occasionally while I was talking to Gabriel, Shobhit would turn away from his laptop, face his iPad, and make funny faces at me.
Somehow I discovered last night that there was a remix album of Daft Punk's Discovery released in 2003. What? How did I not know about this. I got so excited, I bought it off iTunes immediately. Only after that did I discover it's available at the library. Crap. Oh well, at least it was only eight bucks. And the remixes aren't nearly as good as the original tracks. I've heard some snippets of the remix album of TRON: Legacy, though, and that sounds awesome. For that one I actually had the wherewithal to reserve it at the library.
And speaking of the library, I have two books checked out at the moment, and today two more books became available for pickup. God damn it! I'll never get them all read in the next three weeks. But these are all books that I'll have to go back to the end of a long reserves line for if I don't check them out. I hate it when this happens. I need to pay more attention to my hold positions.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 08:20 pm
posted by: webcowgirl
Ten steps to Positive Living Windy Dryde.
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"Old Folks Day"
May. 23rd, 2013 | 11:26 am
I like Old Folks in general, I used to haaaaaaaaaaaaate Old Folks Day and would only go there by accident. (Although the last time I was there I met the Omaha Beach survivour and that was cool.)
Today Lizard and I went to the store and I thought "Oh No! Old Folks Day!" but NOW I LOVE IT.
1. Old Folks LOVE BABIES.
2. Old Folks don't care if you move really slowly and stop a lot.
3. Old Folks don't care if you have WIC checks and coupons.
Lizard and I had a great time at the store smiling and waving at everyone and everybody smiled back. Plus, Old Folks LOVE it when you give them a compliment, instead of giving you the weird hairy eyeball like a lot of young people do.
hugely busy again today but have a desklamp
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:49 am
I made a desklamp out of an LED bar and a reasonably-weighted vertical USB extension:
Run from computer
My system and its external wireless adaptor* are connected to a power switch box. When I shut down the system, I also turn off the power to the CPU and the power to the external wireless adaptor via this switch box.
Lately I’d been forgetting to turn off the power switch box, and thus, the adaptor. It wasn’t much power wasted – no more than a nightlight’s worth – but it bothered me.
Separately, I’ve lately been grabbing my battery-powered LED sheet music lights and using them as desk lamps for electronics work at this very desk, which uses up their batteries.
So: two solutions at once. USB extension cable with vertical port plugs into the unused back-of-system USB hub, which is separate internally to the system USB port my sound interface lives on. Computer doesn’t even have to be on to use the lamp; just turn on the external power switch box and the CPU’s USB ports get power without ever starting the CPU itself. So if the light is on, I know I’ve left the power box on again and need to turn it off.
Most of the time, the lamp lives behind the left monitor, where it’s out of the way but throwing enough light on the desk to serve as an indicator. But really I’m just pleased with how it looks, so you get a picture. ^_^
Oh, zouk part for the finale tunes set is about, oh, 50% done. Enough to have a yellow tag, not orange. Lots of timing edit work to do – because tunes on zouk are stupidly hard, particularly at 300 notes per minute (150bpm, but everything’s eight notes). So y’do what y’must.
*: External adaptor necessary because the Linux realtime** kernel works well only with a very limited number of network drivers, none of which are wireless because of reasons, and using essentially any Linux or WINE-translated wireless driver will defeat the RT kernel’s quasi-RT scheduling. So I use a supported card, which I then connect to the wireless adaptor. It’s crude, but effective.
**: Yes, yes, I know, it’s not really realtime, it’s … sorta realtime. Realtimey-wimey. (Real timey-wimey… ish.)
Today's POS Email Graphic
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:45 am
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:38 am
posted by: ichverschwinde
Every now and then I come across something that makes me go "damn...", because it's just that good.
somewhere, someone must know the ending by maleficently is one of those fics.
It's an AU OUAT story where 'fairy tale land' is nothing more than a product of Henry's imagination. It's amazingly well written, and so incredibly believable. I find that sometimes people try too hard to write their OTP that it comes out too contrived, and I don't have the patience to read it. In this story, Regina and Emma just work - there's nothing forced about it.
It's not a fluff piece, it's not smutty... it's a well thought out story, and I was sad when it ended. I look forward to reading more from maleficently, whether it's OUAT fic, or anything else.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:33 am
posted by: susandennis
Anyway, it's all done. Everything is apocalypse ready. Technology-wise speaking.
I just signed up to do beta testing for Yabbly.com - I never heard of it. They don't have an android app but they do, apparently, have desktop and want me to test that. They are 3 blocks towards town from here. Fun.
zimzat is coming for lunch today! We're going to get sandwiches at a nearby place and bring them back here. Should be fun.
But, first, there is the pool. I have class today at noon but I think I'm going to go in earlier and practise what I learned yesterday. Alvin taught me proper kicking. I went on You Tube last night to see if I could find video of someone doing it properly and I quickly learned that flutter kicking on You Tube is drama and controversy and not so much fluttering. Never use straight legs. Always use straight legs. Bend you knee. Don't ever bend your knee. If someone tells you to do xxx, ignore them. PEOPLE!!!! Can't we all get along??!!
Since my plans to join the Olympic team are vague right now and I'm not really looking for speed and what he showed me yesterday really did work my mid section, I think I'm going to stick with it and quit You Tubing about it.
SIFF days 6 & 7
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:29 am
clumsy aspiring secretary has one great skill: speed typing. it's a sports movie/rom-com about...speed typing in 1959. you know what's going to happen, but the whole thing is a stylish peek into postwar France with the occasional surprise along the way. not great art, but very fun. i'd like to show it to my parents.
a kind FOOL gave me a ride to the next venue, so it was an easy two-movie day.
imagine a Cohen brothers film set on the border of Sweden and Norway. if that sounds awesome to you, IT TOTALLY IS. (if you don't want scary gangsters in your wry comedy, run away.)
that kept me out pretty late, so it was a shortish documentary for Wednesday.
The Last Shepherd
squee! this one left me glowing. a shepherd in Italy herds his sheep into the cathedral square in Milan. it's done as a slice of life and it is so very sweet. our hero the jolly fat man has a trusty dog, a smart wife, four gorgeous children, a taciturn partner (with one tooth), and 700 sheep. oh, and he spends a good chunk of the year in beautiful mountains. maybe there are too many long shots of sheep, but i like to look at sheep. perfect way to end a work day.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 07:13 pm
May. 23rd, 2013 | 09:04 am
posted by: lettered
2) Has anyone bought the paperback novels? I wanted to, because the maps and covers look pretty, but for some reason never did. I have no idea whether the Penguin editions will use her covers etc, so maybe I should buy them while I can.
3) coffeeandink said maybe the publishers are hoping for another Fifty Shades. It would be so awesomesauce if the book was popular. And gay romance novels become more mainstream.
4) I'm wondering how much they'll edit?
5) Book 3, you guys. Guys, book 3.
6) Once on my way to Portland to see my brother, I'd just gotten off the bus, and checked my ipad. I saw there was an update of Captive Prince. I walked to the rental place, rented a car (Okay, I know, environment, but the train was booked for the time I needed it and renting a car and driving it to Portland is actually cheaper than taking a train there), got in the car, and then drove to a parking lot. And then proceeded to read the update before starting my drive because I JUST COULD NOT WAIT.
6) In other news, I think Kindle Worlds is hilarious.
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Letter challenge: C
May. 23rd, 2013 | 09:00 am
Homemade banh mi
May. 23rd, 2013 | 08:59 am
posted by: christopher575
Baguette from the new bakery around the corner, mayo, cucumbers, pickled brussels sprout and carrot slaw, and grilled pork marinated for 24 hours in hoisin, soy sauce, sambal oelek, garam masala, and five spice. Non-homemade egg rolls on the side.
(flickr email posting still isn't working, I'm catching up on a couple of things with my phone hooked up with a cable)
May. 23rd, 2013 | 04:00 am
- Wed, 6:15: Dancing to Daft Punk in the shower. I'm starting the day off right.
Green Shirt Thursday
May. 23rd, 2013 | 08:12 am
May. 23rd, 2013 | 11:05 am
** Tonight I'm flying to New Orleans with three girlfriends for a wild weekend in the Crescent City. I went down there for Memorial Day weekend last year and such a blast that I had to go back. Before last year's trip, the last time I'd spent more than a couple of hours in NO was 1992 during one of the many late night trips from U of Southern Mississippi. I'm looking forward to seeing Holly and Wombat and kids while the girls enjoy a jazz brunch at Court of Two Sisters (buffets are wasted on my tiny pouch...).
** And speaking of Wombat, he's been in town this week on one of his usual business trips and because of terrible weather his flights to Boston were cancelled last night. I booked it over to Dulles and rescued him from having to sleep on an airport chair. He was grateful and we were happy to finally save him from an airport after all the times he's gotten stuck in a DC-area airport due to inclement weather (usually snow storms).
** Before the rescue mission, I got my hair rebobbed, repinked, and added some purple streaks as well. The only complaint I have about the new highlights is that I want more More MORE. I love the purple and it will be a learning experience to see how long the highlights last.
** Before the hair appointment, I saw my
** Before tooth torture, I saw my pshrink who asked lots of questions about my gastric bypass and Hubbyfink's brain surgery. She'd been concerned about the both of us (she's Hub's doctor, too) and was very happy to hear that all was well.
And back to today: I didn't get to bed until after 1am and awoke around 7am because I heard our houseguest stirring. Now, I'm an at-least-8-hours-of-sleep kind of gal and I very nearly fell asleep during a conference call. Plus, I still have to pack. Thank goodness I'm AR enough to have pulled out outfits last weekend and left them hanging on the closet door. Most of my toiletries are packed as well. All I need is to fill my cosmetics bag and throw everything in the suitcase so I'm not panicking too, too much.
It'll be a fun weekend. I just have to get there.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 07:57 am
posted by: captain_slinky
Why couldn't they have just taken all our stuff???
*Gasp!*...Warning!!!....This post will be full of happiness!...
May. 23rd, 2013 | 06:48 am
posted by: chaneecat
After thinking that there was no possible way I could afford to go abroad to this other location, I find to my surprise that the love of my life is going to help me go. While I knew my mom was able to gift me some funds, I knew it wasn't enough for the extra expenses and fees of the visa. Now, I can say that my man has saved me.
There are not enough words to express the amount of gratitude that I have for such a beautiful person. I never expected any of this to happen. The love, adoration, respect, and yes much corniness we share.
I'm waiting to hear back details from the study abroad program with the teacher I will be working with. This is so exciting!
Now, I need to try really hard to concentrate on keeping up with my studies.
Review: The Hothouse
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:27 pm
Er. I continue to feel cheerful and hopeful about the future. And now I'm going to go on a run. If you read this, click on my dragon so it can hatch, because I need more room on my scroll and this is driving me nuts!
Best Hummus EVER
May. 23rd, 2013 | 11:13 am
2 cloves garlic
1/3 cup olive oil
1/4 cup lemon juice (I used 1/3 and liked it better)
2 tablespoons (or more) reserved cooking liquid
salt to taste (I salt my beans before cooking them, so I only needed 1/2 tsp)
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
fresh mint to taste
additional cumin, sweet paprika and olive oil, for garnish
chopped parsley or cilantro, for garnish (optional)
Cook favas, than drain, setting aside liquid.
Blend favas, the garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, spices and mint until smooth. Check texture (should be thinner than traditional hummus, almost runny). If necessary add up to 2 Tb of the reserved bean cooking liquid to thin out. Adjust salt as necessary.
Garnish with any of the following: ground cumin, paprika, hot paprika, olive oil, and chopped parsley. Serve with pita wedges or crackers. Can be thinned into a soup, if desired.
summer holidays Austria - Slovenia hills - YouTube
May. 23rd, 2013 | 10:35 am
classical music, country music, funny video, gangnam style, good music, house music, instrumental music, lil wayne, music, music video, music videos, taylor swift, we are young, workout music
posted by: aheneghana
by : – played instrumental music with accordion and guitar, consider summer holidays in Austria and Slovenia – holidays in Europe , country music south Austrian style like with evening grilling sausages in the wilderness with myriads of mosquitoes buzzing around us. These sausages bought them in Interspar in Radkersburg, Austria. Somewhat funny video They are called ‘Kaesekrainer’ (cheese and sausage meat deliciously blended to a wonderfully tasting sausages. Picknic in the green .. Whilst pal is grilling we are filming. Delicious food in green surrounding. The landscape between Austria and Slovenia is hilly and green with large agricultural area. This is as natural as it gets. We are going on a summer holiday . .. Clearing out our farm building is on our agenda. Listening to music of Wolfgang Ambros and other Austrian pop greats, including folk songs from Austria sung and played on Accordion by Johann Pfuisi.Thus this meal has a special character. You are welcome to join us on our tour 2013 from Austria to Slovenia .. ( Please note : This is no gangam style video ) yet taylor swift and lil wayne would be happy to join us. contact us on facebook fanpage : facebook or on any of our video pages : VIDEOS – Video test – cheers .. when we are young music videos from africasiaeuro.com/videos good music comes to your screen (use it as workout music ) too if you like ..
May. 23rd, 2013 | 11:18 am
posted by: kto_ti
May. 23rd, 2013 | 11:16 am
posted by: kto_ti
сходите как будет окказия.
Carry me through these shark infested waters
May. 23rd, 2013 | 02:02 am
I love the painful reminders of every step, though.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:10 am
posted by: crankygirlie
And gordonmessmer bought our house! We signed all the papers today! YAYYYYYYYY!!!
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:07 am
posted by: crankygirlie
WHY ARE YOU TRYING TO KILL US, MATTHEW.
(Last week, breakfast was demon-infested or something and we were both sooooo sick. Today he brought me a smoothie that made me sooooo sick (I tend to feel sick when I try to take fiber supplements and he got me a fiber boost). I am tired of being soooooo sick. Make it stoooop.)
I told him he better not poison me on our anniversary.
I MIGHT TAKE IT PERSONALLY.
I doooon't feeeeel gooooooood. I want to not feeeeeeeeel baaaaaaad. *craaaaai*
Okay I'm done whining. For now.
Man that icon is so goddamn appropriate.
Star Trek: Into Darkness Review
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:04 am
which is worse - localists or globalists??
May. 23rd, 2013 | 01:22 am
posted by: madman101
the bankster-fed g-trolls are no better. i spent all day trying to compare twin-fans, and also air-conditioners. and they kept knocking me off the internet. i need their permission to be free - to improve the economy - frickin dorks.
May. 23rd, 2013 | 12:34 am
posted by: jenndolari
May. 22nd, 2013 | 10:23 pm
posted by: badrobot68
22 May 13
May. 22nd, 2013 | 09:31 pm
My new baby
May. 22nd, 2013 | 09:06 pm
The customizations I asked for on my new bike made the bike store guys stand back and say it improved the looks of the bike.
I quite agree.
MMOM Day 30: "One Step Further," Uhura/Spock/Kirk, Reboot
May. 22nd, 2013 | 09:32 pm
Fandom: Star Trek (reboot)
Self-Lover: Nyota Uhura(/Spock/James Kirk)
Spoilers: Set between movies, so none for Star Trek Into Darkness.
Date: May 30
The post to suggest future pairings/stories!
Summary: Sometimes Uhura just wants to watch.
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