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Calling all Jack Davenport fans! We’re going to rewatch/discuss a bunch of Jack’s stuff, starting with Ultraviolet, The Talented Mr Ripley, and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Okay, now this is just unfair.
People are awesome. <3
The amazing secretlytodream is offering ~three videos - yay! - and so so many of my favourite writers/artists/podficcers/vidders/betas are offering works too. I'd list them all but there are way too many brilliant things to choose from, so go have a look. :-)
The lovely ash48 has already made a bid on my first offer, but I've put up a second offer for fic here. So if there's something you'd like me to write for you (I'll be happy to consider writing for fandoms other than the ones I've listed, but let's talk about it first) I'm totally happy to write one more fic. :-)
Since many of us had a blast with this meme last year, here it is again!
+ PSA: Nominations for rarepairfest are open.
+ Also a poem, because why not.
( you could grow into it, that sense of living like a dogCollapse )
Still on episode 3 but had to pause and appreciate this:
Let’s not refer to them [the killer's victims] as innocent. […] What if he kills a prostitute, next? Or a woman walking home drunk, late at night, in a short skirt? Will they be, in some way, less innocent, therefore less deserving? Culpable? The media loves to divide women into virgins and vamps. Angels or whores. Let’s not encourage them.
"Man fucks woman." Subject: man. Verb: fucks. Object: woman. That’s OK. "Woman fucks man." Woman: subject. Man: object. That’s not so comfortable for you, is it?
In conclusion: Stella Gibson. ♥
P.S. I forgot John Lynch was Balinor, and had to IMDb him to figure out where I'd seen him before. *facepalm*