So, the other day I discovered that Criminal Minds is on Netflix now. All nine seasons. So over the past few days, I have been watching episodes here and there, not trying to binge too much and get tired of it before it ends. So I am going through season 1 right now and I just got to Riding the Lightning. And let me just say this:
SCREW YOU SHOW!!
When I saw that I could watch CM all at once, I knew that eventually I would get to RTL, but I didn’t know it was in season one. The whole thing, from start to finish is one emotional, well executed (you’ll pardon the pun, I hope) journey. From the husband who rightfully deserved to burn to the mother who sacrificed everything for her son, it was a great hour of television. It’s one of the few that can actually make me cry no matter how many times I watch it.
AU, PG-13 or so. Dave Karofsky has made one of the biggest decisions of his life. But the trials and travails of a telekinetic are never easy, and he’ll need all the support he can get to find a light at the end of the tunnel.
This is the second of what I envision as a trilogy, starting with “Push.” This will probably not update as quickly as the first part, because there’s a lot to get through, some parts are being difficult to write, and I may yet have to rearrange and/or add events. I really hope to keep up the quality, even as I continue to work and complete previous projects as well as this. Thanks to those of you who’ve stuck by me!
Oh god! Just in time for dinner reading!! Be back later!
It’s funny how science fiction universes so often treat humans as a boring, default everyman…
The Directorate is concerned with “Humanity’s” ability to learn and adapt. They are surprisingly adept at taking knowledge and scientific data from other, older races and put it to use for their own purposes. They are also apparently unconcerned about the effects of this technology on their society, saying that their people will adapt to the new technology quickly.
There are even reports that they have begun improving upon what they have been given. The Directorate fears what they will become in the next few centuries.
Why Did You Capitalize The Word ‘Cabbage’ But Not The Word ‘France’ : an adventure in reading fanfiction
coming soon, the thrilling sequel: ‘You’ve Gone Through Three Different Tenses In The Space Of One Paragraph And I Think You Just Invented A Whole New One All Of Your Own’
and the long anticipated conclusion to the trilogy: ‘I Have No Idea Who Is Supposed To Be Speaking Right Now’
And let us not forget the companion series ‘I don’t think that is supposed to go in there.’
Fudge recipe on a headstone
I feel like I should make this just to be able to say a dead person taught me how to make it. Maybe I’ll do it for Halloween.
I desperately hope that she spent her entire life telling people that they could have her fudge recipe “over my dead body.”
That last comment is absolutely worth reblogging.
I will save this to make at Christmas and I will salute Kay for her excellent fudge.
Title: “You’re Not the Only One”
Summary: An AU in which Dave was forced out of the closet during his freshman year, providing an interesting example for a fellow freshman who was still in.
My God, this is extremely late, and I do apologize. However, I hope it was worth the wait, and decided to submit anyway. More may be forthcoming.
Aww, sweetness in the end. And trust Dave to get the letters right but in the wrong order.
What is your Steampunk Name ?
PROFESSOR VIOLET ADDLECHILD.
you know i said that with a fake english pompous accent
I will no be addressed solely as Chief Inspector Constance Rothhold.
Countess Henrietta Rumbledale
Captain Gertrude Worthingfield
I don’t normally reblog these but I got Dame Fanny Clankingbottom which I think is worth mentioning.
Duchess Henrietta Addlefeather, how nice
Lady Dorcas Wraithstone
…I think I’m the villain!!!
Colonel Archibald Wraithwood. I’ll have to remember that one.