Interesting

Jan. 20th, 2017 06:15 pm[personal profile] rydra_wong
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So there I was in the art supplies shop circa 5pm contemplating foamboard and giant sheets of paper, when I noticed that the person next to me was clutching a handful of markers and assorted sizes of card and contemplating the polyboard.

"Making signs?" I asked.

She was also making signs.

Right. I have foamboard, paper, markers, scissors, duct tape, a candle burning, ginger/lavender tea in a Hope Not Hate mug, my fight music playlist playing, and no plan. This should be fun.

D.O.P.-T.

Jan. 20th, 2017 11:28 am[personal profile] weofodthignen
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Rain and high winds overnight. My relief person had problems getting to the store. Walking back from the bus stop in heavy rain, I noted that at the same house where the pine tree fell, another tree had dropped a branch on the garage roof. By the time I reached our house the rain was a solid wall and the bucket under the leak in the corrugated plastic roof of the screen room was brimful. I fed the dog, let him out a second time, he came back in - and then the rain stopped and the sun came out.

Posted by Daniel Nazer and Mitch Stoltz

We're taking part in Copyright Week, a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, various groups are taking on different elements of the law, and addressing what's at stake, and what we need to do to make sure that copyright promotes creativity and innovation.

Copyright was meant to be an “engine of free expression,” and with the right limits, it can be. But today’s copyright law stifles free speech far too often. Its broad reach, its excessive and unpredictable penalties, and its flawed enforcement mechanisms make tempting tools for anyone seeking to make speech they don’t like disappear from the Internet.

Threats to free speech are on the rise. From potentially ruinous libel suits against bloggers, to the erosion of net neutrality, to intimidation of websites by law enforcement, the promise of the open Internet as a medium where all can speak and be heard is at risk.  In this environment, it’s more important than ever that copyright not be twisted into a tool of censorship.

The Tale of the Thin-Skinned President

Imagine, if you can, a thin-skinned person who rises to become President of a nation. Despite his powerful position, this person simply hates being mocked. The President’s opponents create memes and parodies to make fun of him. These memes often include unsympathetic photographs paired with critical text. Could this leader turn to copyright to censor his critics? The answer, alas, is yes.

President Rafael Correa of Ecuador has spent millions of dollars of public funds to censor online criticism. One of his favorite censorship tools is the Digital Millennial Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice, a creation of U.S. law that can be invoked around the world on social networks and other Internet platforms. These notices are often used to attack fair uses such as reporting and criticism. The Ecuadorian government has abused copyright law in attempts to censor news reporting, critical tweets, and documentaries. Indeed, its use of copyright law as a censorship tool is so rampant that it has attracted the attention of Human Rights Watch and was the subject of a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists.

EFF has long argued that, as currently interpreted by the courts, the DMCA provides insufficient protection for free speech. Since copyright law provides the quickest and easiest way to remove unwanted online content, it is a favorite tool of unscrupulous censors. On behalf of our client Stephanie Lenz, we are currently asking the Supreme Court to improve the protections for fair use within the DMCA.

From Copyright to “Terrorist Content” to Political Dissent

Mr. Correa’s misuse of copyright law tools to suppress political speech is just one example of how a system set up to enforce rules about online speech can easily be co-opted, and why it’s dangerous to build such systems in the first place. We’ve written here about the private “voluntary” copyright enforcement systems being built by major entertainment companies along with Internet service providers, payment processors, domain name registries, and others, with the encouragement of the U.S. government. Once built, these systems risk being used for more overt censorship.

The recent agreement by YouTube, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook to block ill-defined “terrorist content” based on a shared blacklist mirrors the copyright system set up by the Motion Picture Association of America with the domain name registries Donuts and Radix. Both systems create a quick and easy way to make speech disappear from the Internet based on the determinations of private companies without any clear standards or meaningful recourse. Both were created under pressure from governments, but without any accountability through political and legal processes. And both are subject to abuse. Just as critical commentary can be taken down through false or flimsy accusations of copyright infringement, it’s easy to imagine speech that criticizes a government figure being labeled as “terrorist content,” and blocked.

Carefully balanced and limited, copyright can reward artists and promote creativity. But today’s copyright law, and the mechanisms created to enforce it, enables censorship that harms artists, voices of political dissent, and all who speak against the powerful.

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Total Word Count in 2016 = 72,311*



*This a difficult stat. Two stories posted on AO3 in 2016 were fully written and posted on LJ on 2015 ("Something Called Living" and "Ace in the Hole"), so I'm not counting them here. Also, "Something Called Honor" has substantially more written for it than has been been posted so far; I'm also not counting its unposted words. Whereas, "Something Called Justice" which was also written almost entirely in 2015, wasn't posted at all until 2016, so I am counting that.)

Stories written: 7
Number of fandoms written in: 6
Shortest story: 962 words
Longest story: 39187 (so far)
Average story length: 10,3330

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Fanworks are Free Speech

Jan. 20th, 2017 11:17 am[personal profile] otw_staff posting in [community profile] otw_news
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Copyright Week banner

Fanworks are free speech! Tell the OTW how they've helped you express yourself: https://goo.gl/0zF80B
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A Storm of Consequences
by Dialecticdreamer/Sarah Williams
part 2 of ?
Word count: 1154


:: Part of the Polychrome Heroics universe, set in the Mercedes and Finn Family story arcs, this picks up probably fifteen or twenty minutes after Aida is teleported away.

This is being written as quickly as I can, and I am several parts ahead as I post part one, making it an exception to my usual rule of finishing a story entirely before I post. Thank you for your indulgence in this matter.::




The approach of two solemn-faced, uniformed men ahead of a third in a jet black tailored business suit hushed everyone in the area. The cluster of teleporters, still waiting seemed even more surreal as they all stepped back in long, almost perfectly synchronized strides, to give the blond men ample privacy. Doctor Chatar frowned, then explained. “The officer in the blue and navy uniform is Maldivian police, while the one in the white and navy uniform is from the Coast Guard. I have no idea who the third man might be.”

“But,” the man who had introduced himself as Aida's uncle murmured, “Didn't Molly say that the navy was involved, rather than the coast guard?”
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Prompt for 2017-01-21

Jan. 21st, 2017 02:09 am[personal profile] sacredporn posting in [community profile] dailyprompt
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Today's prompt is "the last poem ever written".
elrhiarhodan: (Wonderful Years - Peter-Neal)
Title: Morning Delights
Author: [livejournal.com profile] elrhiarhodan
Fandom: White Collar
Rating: PG-13
Characters: : Peter Burke, Neal Caffrey
Pairings: Peter Burke/Neal Caffrey
Spoilers: None
Warnings/Enticements/Triggers: None
Word Count: ~1400
Summary: Just a little marital schmoop (with coffee and pastries) for Peter and Neal in the Wonder(ful) Years.

A/N: For my very dearest, very talented, very wonderful friend, [livejournal.com profile] kanarek13, on the occasion of her birthday (just a wee bit late).

__________________


Peter blinked against the unfamiliar morning light and as he opened his eyes, he remembered. )

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Jan. 20th, 2017 11:57 am[personal profile] thatyourefuse
thatyourefuse: Bel Rowley from The Hour, hair covering her face ([th] better things to do than survive)
It's More Joy Day and I am tired and anhedonic. One is strongly tempted to blame this on the inauguration, but that would be claiming an awful lot of moral dignity for what is essentially a bad mood (which probably has more to do with the furnace springing a water leak this morning).

BUT we're going to (with any luck) go collect our new! kitten! this evening, so, you know, that's good.

And I am strongly in favor of the concept of More Joy Day, at least, so if there's anything I can do to improve anyone's afternoon, do let me know.

you gave me nothing at all

Jan. 20th, 2017 12:10 pm[personal profile] musesfool
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I basically wanted to call in sick and stay in bed today because of the inauguration. I've had terrible sleep and anxiety dreams all week and I started crying when the news talked about the Obamas leaving the White House.

I set up monthly donations to the SPLC, ACLU, and Planned Parenthood, so there's that at least. I just keep thinking I'll wake up from this bizarro trumpistan nightmare but no, this is apparently reality now and I don't like it. I don't like it at all.

I guess there's also this perfectly timed January talking meme question: What's a favorite comfort food for you? from [personal profile] grammarwoman

Pastina! I may make it for dinner tonight. It's tiny star shaped pasta cooked in chicken broth and when the pastina is cooked (it doesn't take very long, maybe 4 minutes?), you crack an egg into the pot and then add parmesan cheese and stir until it's all cooked and delicious. It's basically the simplest, blandest baby food you can imagine, and therefore supremely comforting and filling, especially since my mother and grandmother used to make it for us whenever we were sick.

Other super comforting foods: pancakes, a toasted bagel with cream cheese, grilled cheese and a can of Doc Brown's cream soda. A big mug of hot chocolate with a dollop of whipped cream floating on top.

***

"I swear"

Jan. 20th, 2017 12:03 pm[personal profile] thnidu
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"I, Donald John Trump, do solemnly swear..."

I feel like swearing, too.

More Joy Day Rec Party

Jan. 20th, 2017 11:40 am[personal profile] balsamandash
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It's More Joy Day. I wanted to try and write or make something today, but I'm not sure that's happening, because it's a shit health day and I'm still weeks behind where I should be on all my lists.

However, you know what I can do at the drop of a hat? I can rec things. So come here, let's have a rec party.

Comment with something you'd like recs for. It doesn't even have to be fannish; it can be as general or as specific as you want. You can ask for fic, vids, icons, movies, tv shows, books, music, prompt lists -- whatever crosses your mind. I do not have an encyclopedic knowledge of all things, so if you ask for stuff I'm not as good with (where to buy stuff, podcasts, video games, recipes, specific fannish recommendations for fandoms I don't really inhabit) I may flounder a little, but feel free to try anyway.

If you want to toss in a please-avoid-or-warn-for, that's helpful. Feel free to ask for multiple things; in fact, if you're getting really specific, that's the best way to make sure I can help with something. And while I'm gonna try and shove things at everyone, if you see a request that you have a perfect rec for, go for it.

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Jan. 20th, 2017 11:32 am[personal profile] twistedchick
twistedchick: General Leia in The Force Awakens (Default)
We cannot tolerate legal and personal attacks on journalists for doing their job.

***

I will have a very long post later, but that's all on the other computer. Turn your tvs to a non-news channel and leave them on today (muted, if you wish) to show that there are other things happening in the world to which you pay attention, aside from a short-term temp job employee starting his work downtown in the City of Limestone and Marble.
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1. How do you like your coffee?
Light, unsweetened.


2. How do you like your tea?
Dark with a splash of cream, unsweeetened. If I'm sick, with lemon and honey.

3. What's your favorite late night beverage?
Ice water.

4. If you could only drink one thing for the next week, what would it be?
Club soda/sparkling water

5. If you were on vacation, what would be the first thing you'd drink to celebrate?
See #4

cowboy bebop: too many tbh

Jan. 20th, 2017 10:43 am[personal profile] blackcherries posting in [community profile] fandom_icons
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Found on Tumblr (where all the coolbadweird stuff is these days).

Send me a word and I'll write a headcanon or drabble about it:

Loss
Memory
Childhood
Parent
Friend
Lover
Haunting
Kinks
Dream
Grief
Remember
Happiness
Sex
Role
Destiny
Aspiration
Experience
Torture
Evil
Forgive
Abandon
Hope


And of course, if you want to play…

tonight in G&S

Jan. 21st, 2017 01:08 am[personal profile] vass
vass: Icon of Saint Ignatius being eaten by lions (eaten by lions)
He is being a terrible Dory
But there's evidence exculpatory
For he has the most terrible person
And never had met with a worse 'un.
They'd be hugging him yet, evidently,
If they hadn't been scratched accidentally
Which is not in the same category
As being a deliberate terrible Dory.

(Events described in this doggerel are a composite case study, and not based on any one action by this wiggly kitten. I just like telling him he's being a terrible Dory.)
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100 Words @ DW

For Act 1, I'm spreading the word of the 100 Words drabble community on DW for its lovely creator.

I have no idea what my additional acts will be, but I'm sure I'll think of something.
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem is spillover from the November 8, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] sweet_sparrow. It also fills the "angst" square in my 8-1-16 card for the Survival Bingo fest. Based on an audience poll, this is the free epic for the January 3, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl reaching its $200 goal. It belongs to the Cassandra thread of the Polychrome Heroics series, and follows "To Keep Your Balance" so read that first.

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rydra_wong: The display board of a train reads "this train is fucked". (this train is fucked)
More Joy Day, everyone.

Time to light some candles against the dark. Time to look to the things that will sustain us over the next four years.

(Anyone making signs/banners for tomorrow/today?)

Fiona Apple has contributed a helpful protest chant (warning for earworm, omfg).
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A Storm of Consequences
by Dialecticdreamer/Sarah Williams
part 1 of ?
Word count: 1145


:: Part of the Polychrome Heroics universe, set in the Mercedes and Finn Family story arcs, this picks up probably fifteen or twenty minutes after Aida is teleported away.

This is being written as quickly as I can, and I am several parts ahead as I post part one, making it an exception to my usual rule of finishing a story entirely before I post. Thank you for your indulgence in this matter.::




Divers huddled in the hospital waiting area, in a panoply of bright-colored towels. Nearby, their tanks lay stacked in the corner underneath the low end table connected to both neighboring seats, along with a pile of masks and fins. No one spoke, except in nervous, worried glances. Doctor Holland had bundled Brody Sawyer off to the hospital's EFA room, while Doctor Chatar sat with the interns. Two of them had slipped away to another room designed to calm and relax visitors.
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More Joy Day

Jan. 19th, 2017 09:51 pm[personal profile] komadori
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Tomorrow's More Joy Day, and I think its a wonderful idea. I was looking for something to do while avoiding the inauguration, anyway.

just to say

Jan. 19th, 2017 09:39 pm[personal profile] alatefeline
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If you've been reading and commenting for awhile, I probably consider you a friend.

(If you've just started reading my journal in the last day or week or month, I hope we become friends.)

If you are or will be in the vicinity of Portland, OR, USA and want to interact, please drop me a comment or a message here on DW. I'm not *great* at people but y'all are definitely worth trying for.

Thanks.

1/20/2017: Do It Anyhow.

Jan. 19th, 2017 11:10 pm[personal profile] numb3r_5ev3n
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In 1981, Richard O’Brien attempted to film a sequel to the famous “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The original storyline (Brad And Janet go to Frank N Furter’s home planet) could not be filmed due to the writer’s strike which was in full swing by then. He settled on a story which could be filmed on a soundstage: one in which Brad and Janet, Betty Hapschatt, and the Criminologist are forced to come to grips with a Denton, USA that is gradually being taken over by a narcissistic, media-obsessed Fast-Food mogul turned Reality TV show mastermind.

Sound familiar? In the spirit of that theme, I post this now. Whatever you do, do it anyhow. Even if you have to fight for it. Especially if you have to fight for it. And remember: the sun never sets on those who ride into it. We just gotta keep going.


And this comes to us from Gorillaz:


Whatever happens, we won't be alone. We will get through this together.
umadoshi: (sleeping on a book)
Remember that tomorrow is More Joy Day!

I'm so glad to be in decent shape for my pair of deadlines tomorrow (if not as on top of things as I wish I were); US politics continue to have me in a general state of distress and anxiety, and I imagine tomorrow's going to be hellish in terms of focus, given everything.

(It's not my country, and it's been a long, long time now since I felt any real connection to the States, but as many of you know, my mother is from New York, and I grew up as a deeply fond visitor with family ties. So that's all bundled up in my feelings along with my fears for what the political climate means for my many American friends and for Canada as a country.)

[dreamwidth.org profile] scruloose has been home sick with a cold for most of the week. :/ So far I seem to be dodging it, and hopefully that'll continue, but it's another reason to be glad that my current deadlines turn over tomorrow; if I get sick in the next day or so, I'll have the leeway to rest up.

I've been sleeping more than usual this week, which could mean my system's actively fighting the bug off. I rather hope that's the case, honestly, because then I can chalk the oversleeping up to something that probably won't last too much longer.

[dreamwidth.org profile] scruloose, Ginny, Kas, and I saw Hidden Figures earlier this week. The internet promised that it'd be fantastic, and lo, the internet did not lie. Wonderful performances all around, and an amazing piece of history.

I'm so glad the movie's doing wonderfully; I wish I believed ~Hollywood~ will see that as anything but a fluke. More movies with glorious Black ladies, please!

Beforehand we grabbed dinner at a place Kas goes to for lunch that [dreamwidth.org profile] scruloose and I had never been to (Ginny, I can't remember now if it was your first time too), and it had good pastitsio. Not nearly enough Greek places in town seem to have pastitsio, and the couple of other spots where I've had it in the past few years have been disappointing. This stuff wasn't life-changing or anything, but I'm delighted anyway, and glad to have a known food option in the vicinity that's tasty, a cut above fast food, not a chain, and less expensive than super-delicious-but-not-cheap Indian.

(There used to be a really affordable place with amazing pastitsio just a few minutes' walk from Casual Job, and I've still crushed that it's gone.)

My Day ...

Jan. 20th, 2017 03:05 pm[personal profile] jeshyr
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This photo is emblematic of my day, basically ...

[Photo shows butter container that fell out of my pantry. The lid fell off and, of course, both the lid and the container landed upside down on the grubby lino floor. Butter is visible leaking around the edges of the container and on the floor beside it.]

It was, of course, the only remaining tub of butter we have.

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Jan. 19th, 2017 09:27 pm[personal profile] meganbmoore posting in [community profile] fandom_icons
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 168 x Dark Matter



@ my DW

Dear Amazon...

Jan. 19th, 2017 09:16 pm[personal profile] thnidu
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Your description and reviews of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Deseret Alphabet Edition) (Deseret Alphabet Classics) (Volume 48) are all wrong and misleading. This is not "master paper engineer Robert Sabuda"'s "pop-up version of Dorothy's adventures in Oz" (Amazon review), nor is it the "beautiful, oversize, lavishly illustrated Centennial Edition" (Sheila L. Beaumont's review). This book is transliterated into the Deseret alphabet that some of the Mormon pioneers invented, and tried and failed to promote, in the latter half of the 19th century, over 100 years ago. One John H. Jenkins creates and publishes these versions, presumably as curios; there are probably fewer readers of the Deseret alphabet than there are speakers of Volapük.

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This poem is spillover from the January 3, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] lone_cat and discussion with other characters regarding Turq and Mr. Dipper. It also fills the "betrayal" square in my 1-1-17 card for the Dark Fantasy Bingo fest. This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the Officer Pink thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

Warning: This poem contains intense material. Highlight to read the warnings, some of which are spoilers. It features sudden and (necessarily) fairly rough waking of Ansel by Turq, the first time Turq comes upstairs without direct encouragement, Turq's considerable stress over being indoors at all, reporting a major incident with Mr. Dipper and some kids who probably don't want to be with him, faginy, asking for help and getting it, but still being panicky, references to Turq backsliding after meeting his family, Turq's stumbling path back to everyday society, volunteering for hazardous activities, preliminary plans for a police raid on Mr. Dipper's place, Turq's car issues, betrayal, ethical dilemmas, feeling broken, trust issues, and other difficulties. On the whole, though, interactions between Turq and Ansel are positive. If these are touchy topics for you, please consider your tastes and headspace before reading onward. This is a major plot point, so skipping it would leave a huge gap.

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Posted by Kit Walsh

In order to make remix videos, do computer research, or make e-books accessible, people often need to bypass access controls on the media they own. This week, EFF explained to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that the government cannot prohibit such speech without running afoul of the First Amendment, in a friend-of-the-court brief filed in the case of VidAngel v. Disney

VidAngel provides a service that allows customers to view movies minus the parts it identifies as offensive. Disney and other entertainment companies, including Fox and Warner Brothers, argued that providing this service violates copyright law and the related law against bypassing access controls in Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Importantly, they argue that the service involves circumvention of the access controls on DVDs, and that VidAngel could be liable for this violation even if its service were held to entail fair use and thus did not infringe copyright. This is an issue that the Ninth Circuit has previously left unresolved, and on which other federal appeals courts disagree.

We filed to ensure the Ninth Circuit understands the impact on speech of an anti-circumvention law that does not include flexible accommodations for free speech, like a fair use exemption. This is an issue we are also directly litigating in the District of Columbia, where we await a ruling in our Green v. Department of Justice lawsuit.

After almost 20 years of speech repression, it is past time to remedy the defects in Section 1201 of the DMCA, and we hope 2017 will be the year that finally happens.

Quote of the Moment

Jan. 19th, 2017 07:22 pm[personal profile] hummingwolf
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"I can tell you all I have learned in a lifetime of study in just three laws of history. And here they are:

“First, whom the gods would destroy they first make mad.

“Second, the mills of the gods grind slowly, yet they grind exceedingly small.

“Third, the bee fertilizes the flower that it robs.”

About ten days later we took a stroll along Riverside Drive in New York City. Evidently he had been giving further thought to my question. At any rate, he said he would like to add a fourth law to his laws of history:

“When it gets dark enough you can see the stars.”


--from “Charles Beard, The Public Man” by George S. Counts.




(For a history of that last law, see Quote Investigator.)

[ SECRET POST #3669 ]

Jan. 19th, 2017 06:52 pm[personal profile] case posting in [community profile] fandomsecrets
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⌈ Secret Post #3669 ⌋

Warning: Some secrets are NOT worksafe and may contain SPOILERS.

01.


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Notes:

Secrets Left to Post: 01 pages, 08 secrets from Secret Submission Post #524.
Secrets Not Posted: [ 0 - broken links ], [ 0 - not!secrets ], [ 0 - not!fandom ], [ 0 - too big ], [ 0 - repeat ].
Current Secret Submissions Post: here.
Suggestions, comments, and concerns should go here.

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Jan. 19th, 2017 06:28 pm[personal profile] thatyourefuse
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I wrote something that probably counted as words yesterday, but I haven't been arsed to type it up.

I have been informed that I did not, in fact, do sweet fuckall today (I did dishes for an hour; this did not actually exhaust our supply of un-done dishes; don't ever make me responsible for doing your dishes), but I did sweet fuckall that I wanted to.

I don't know. I think I'm in a slump. The scenery looks ominously familiar.

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