Oct. 26th, 2009 08:06 pm
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There is a guy here at college.

He looks like Lenin. As in the communist.  Mixed with Gordon Freeman from Half-Life.

I think he's an art teacher.

...my life. It is a strange, strange fanfiction.

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I just finished Interesting Times.

....I want to ship Hong/Vetinari something awful.

...*slinks off to look for fanfiction* 

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I knew it had to happen eventually...

...but seeing a YGO/Twilight crossover still makes me...

oh god. It can't be...

*searches ff.net*

...heaven help us. Death Note/Twilight.


EDIT: WWE/Twilight. Bwuhahaha. That makes it better.

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I don't like crowds.

It's impossible for me to focus in a crowd. There's too much energy, too many people. Too many snippets of conversations that make no sense, but I can't ignore.

Sometimes, though, the noise, all the words blend together into a hum. I like that. I can deal with the hum. It's generic, elemental - no individual facet or words. It's just noise, like the gulls on the shore or the wind roaring through the trees. There's nothing to catch the attention of my fickle mind - just a gestalt mass of sound.

That I can deal with. That, I can block out and focus on what I want to, without my mind latching onto cut-out pieces of other people's lives.

Still, I don't like crowds. I hear too much.

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It is fantastic. Must reread. A lot. Also might start writing fic, but resisting. For now.

I'm not sure if I'm more interested in Rorschach's mind or his sentence structure.

I am the daughter of a linguist, and occasionally it shows.



Mar. 8th, 2009 03:54 pm
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I just got back from watching it.

It is epic.

And I'm pretty sure my head is imploding.

Sex scenes were a bit much, I think - I was thinking at the time, "Was that really necessary?"  But besides that, it's awesome.

I haven't read the book yet (I'm certainly going to now...) so I don't know how they compare. But I'm already in love. There is one fantasy more gripping than any other: Reality.

Also: My favorite character died. I really should not be as surprised at this as I am.

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...they made a DS port for Chrono Trigger?

That was released LAST YEAR?

HOW did I not know about this? I'm ashamed of myself now....

*rushes out and buys instead of going to see Watchmen*

*starts playing obsessively* Oh, Magus is the Fiendlord now? That works, I suppose...what? Did they take out Frog's accent? Those bastards... they better have not messed up the plot any...

Wonder if it's got all the endings...I hope so...

The rest of the week is going to be a bit distracted.

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One of the great differences between adults and children is this: when an adult looks at snow, they think, "Oh great, I can't go anywhere", while a child thinks, "Must play!"

And then there are teenagers who, depending on the region, think, "Sweet! No school!"

(Sorry, I'm stuck in that great big ICE STORM OF DOOM that hit the middle of the US. Three inches of snow, half inch of ice, and then another three inches of snow. Dangerous, but pretty. And I just got in from rolling around in the backyard and chasing my dogs. Yay.) 


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