rachg82: (tami scrunchy face)
Effing Christ, my upstairs neighbors are being super loud lately. It's like they're playing catch with furniture or something. And missing. BOOM. BOOM. BOOM. Every other minute. I don't even get it.

(of course it doesn't help that the walls are literally thin enough for me to hear one of them vomiting at the moment -- seriously)

ANYWAY, who's in the mood for some meme-osity? I won't be posting my Year in Review or 2011 Soundtrack until it's closer to the end of December, but [livejournal.com profile] bibliodragon recently shared a "first posts of the month" meme, and I thought that looked just random enough to be fun. Out of context subject headings ahoy )

Also, I got tagged by [livejournal.com profile] sonneta today for another meme:

The rules:
1. Each person must post 11 things about themselves in their journal.
2. Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post, and create 11 new questions for the people you tag to answer.
3. You have to choose 11 people to tag.
4. No tag backs.

Here are the questions she gave me )

Moving on, I finally attended an ACA meeting again yesterday & even went to lunch with some of them after. I kinda wish I hadn't done the latter though, just because of the money involved + this one lady who kept saying things that bugged the CRAP out of me. Not ACA-related, but more so society-related (hence my subject heading today -- it's from Lewis Black's bit about hearing something so stupid & senseless that you get an aneurysm from it, because you just. can't. let it. go. "If it weren't for my horse, I wouldn't have spent that year in college!" Haha). But it tainted the day regardless. Even so, there were a few thought-provoking things I got out of the meeting itself, so that's good. I've had a lot of conflicted feelings about the program & some of the regulars there in general circling my mind ever since though, and I'll probably just have to hash that out with my counselor. The "Thought Train" strikes again, oy.

On a way off-topic note, I read this week that Leverage cut to protect the spoiler-free )

Finally, I'm almost done with my show meme. Only one more entry to go after this. Gilmore Girls and My So-Called Life )
rachg82: (serenity booth)
Things that happened today:

1. My sister and I spoke )

2. I spent four hours on a round-trip bus ride to nowhere, a.k.a. Hillsboro. A+, self, for catching the wrong bus AND failing to write down the actual ADDRESS or NAME of the place you were going.

Seriously, if I'd been on time, I would've just looked for a church near that cross-street & figured it out (it was an ACA meeting)--I had directions, just not the damned address/name of the building--but getting on the wrong bus in the first place put me back by like twenty minutes, and I am not at all familiar with that part of town or super comfortable with wandering through it in the dark, clueless. So by that point it was already a lost cause, and I was like, "Fuck it. Let's turn around." SO RIDICULOUS. Ugh.

I'm committed to making it to a Saturday meeting if possible, though (it'll take place downtown, where I'm used to going). I really want to make ACA a priority again, even if I can only swing one meeting a week or one every other week. Just as long as it's at least semi-frequent & consistent. My goal for the next meeting is to share at least once & to stop & say hello to people after, rather than just walking out immediately when it ends.

3. I got out of work at 1:30, but still got paid for the full eight hours (tomorrow & Friday won't be paid, but hey, small favors). Oh, and: my manager gave the okay for me to change my schedule on Thursdays to 7 am - 3:30 pm, allowing me to continue seeing my counselor on a weekly basis. He said it may have to change if it becomes an issue (i.e. an inconvenience to others), but I think it'll probably be fine. At least for now. BIG RELIEF. Like, I was just shy of a panic attack while waiting for his response.

4. This should be included in "things that happened yesterday", but hush: I made gluten-free, egg-free chocolate chip cookies. And my beater broke half-way through, so I had to mix it all by hand, which was a ~big production~, what with the pouting & wrist-flapping & soreness & all (in other words: first world problems). So good, though.

5. I got an early Xmas present from Jen, including season 2 of Community, season 6 of Bones, and a tiny stuffed Yoshi. YOSHI IS OBVIOUSLY THE MOST IMPORTANT PART. Hee. But seriously, yay-ness. I have the bestest best friend ever.

For my Vid of the Day, have some random outtakes:

Voice Post

Aug. 6th, 2011 07:22 pm
rachg82: (Default)

For those who'd like to do the meme as well, here are the questions:

1) What's your middle name?

2) How old are you?

3) Where are you from? Are you living there right now?

4) Is it cold where you are?

5) What's the time?

6) What are you wearing?

7) What was the last thing you listened to?

8) What was the last thing you ate?

9) What was the last thing you watched on TV?

10) What's your favorite tv show? Why?

11) Quick! Find a book, or something with text on it! Flip to a random page and post the second paragraph's first sentence.

12) What was the last movie you saw? How was it?

13) Do YOU think you have an accent? Where do people in your country speak with strong accents?

ETA: Aha, it was "Dream a Little Dream." If anyone wants to watch it, they can do so here.

Aaand I found the song, too:

rachg82: (Brennan special snowflake)
My allergies are going bonkers this morning (itchy, itchy, itchy, itchy, ITCHY nose. Itchy face, itchy hands, itchy everything), I only slept two hours, and I feel utterly barfy. The allergies make sense, since I kept going behind my entertainment center yesterday, trying to figure out my TV, and it's hella dusty back there. The insomnia & nausea can be linked to emotions & their annoyingness. Plus I took a nap yesterday, pretty late in the afternoon, so waking up early this morning isn't exactly ~bizarre~. Still.

Anyway, my TV still doesn't work (part of me keeps hoping it'll magically turn back on), and I have my follow-up appointment tonight at the naturopathic clinic--I'll be able to find out the results of all but the hormone test, which I'll do after my next period--and that'll get me out of the apartment for a while, but there are a lot of pesky hours between now & then. Pesky, nose-scratching hours. (I need to go buy an antihistamine, seriously.)

…and I had to take a break just then, because I did in fact barf. WHAT FUN.

Whatever, back to the entry. (Sorry for all the complaining, btw)

Point is: I'm cranky & bored, too icky feeling to want to get up & clean, and too tired to focus on my fic yet. Hence, more spam for you lovely ladies.

Oh, and btw? Before I get into the final batch of pictures here, I have news: BBC America is now airing Battlestar Galactica. They just showed the miniseries the other day, so if you start watching now you can jump onboard the Awesomesauce Train with me & sit at the cool table.[/peer pressure]

What's that? You want a glimpse as to what you're in for? No problem:

I LOVE THIS SHOW SO DAMNED MUCH, Y'ALL. That vid legit gave me chills.

Okay, enough of that & on with the pictures. These ones are mostly from the '80s, though there's a few from the '90s as well. There's pretty shots of Oregon being pretty, my chubby baby face, and horrendous clothing to get your day started off right with some good ole fashioned schadenfreude. You know you enjoy that.

Come be retro with me & distract me from my boredom with comments )

And that's all, folks. Hope it was fun (and encourages you to post pics of your own. I wish people would do that more, especially old ones). It helped keep me busy long enough for my nausea to subside & my anti-itch cream to do its thang, so that's a yay.

P.S. If they're done with their renovation, I'll try to hit up Voodoo Doughnut tonight for that photo meme question of yours, [livejournal.com profile] keenai. Cross your fingers for me--I really want an Old Dirty Bastard. Oreos, peanut butter, chocolate frosting, NGH.

For my VotD, let me pass on some music-y joy. THIS MADE MY FREAKIN' DAY. Honestly. So great.

rachg82: (dewitt oh no you didn't)
1. Is anyone else but me watching the trial for the Casey Anthony case? I'm pretty hooked at this point, I have to admit. I haven't been watching it the whole time, but I did see the live courtroom coverage today & yesterday, and I caught up on clips from what I had missed online this morning. The prosecution's cross examination of the forensic entomologist today? Dayum. I wouldn't be surprised if he walked out of there limping.

P.S. For those who haven't heard already, Kathy Reichs (yes, that Kathy Reichs) will be an expert witness for the defense, though I don't know when she'll be testifying. At this time, I believe the defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt--not just because of the circumstantial evidence, but because of the forensics--but I'm really looking forward to seeing what she has to say.

2. I got into a musey mojo zone the other night & had a good, long session of fic-writing (up to 1,970 words<--still not much, I know, but at least there's progression), thanks at least in part to a great playlist of songs by Tom Pyrdol. It helped me fall asleep later on my couch, too, after tossing & turning in bed for an hour. Let's hear it for relaxing/evocative tunes!

3. I emailed my resume to that HR chick a week ago & haven't heard back yet. I'm tempted to just walk over in person (maybe she wasn't the right person to contact? I got her name from my friend, not online or anything). We'll see.

4. I'm having kind of a lazy, irritable day. One of those days where you don't want to do anything, look in your fridge/freezer because you're hungry & go "BUT I DON'T WANT ANY OF THIS. UGH!", and are just generally being a whiny baby. I'm probably PMSing, but it might have to do with certain things stressing me out in the background too. There's my nephew's birthday in a couple weeks, for one. There's the "I AM SICK OF BEING UNEMPLOYED, BUT DON'T REALLY WANT TO WORK AGAIN EITHER BECAUSE--CHAAAAANGE," for two. There's me acting like I don't care about my weight when I totally do. There's me being frustrated at myself for procrastinating so many things. And, finally, there's the emotional fallout that comes with reading the ACA book. Some of it is *extremely* insightful & fitting--in revelatory fashion, which is affecting in its own right--but then there's also things that drive me up a wall. I am NOT spiritual enough to want to hear about my ~Higher Power~ every minute, nor do I want to live an "ACA way of life" (what does that even mean? If you're talking about The Promises, fine, but SPELL IT OUT), or be told not to take *any* prescriptions (I'm sorry, but I don't agree that taking an anti-depressant is "self-medicating" for a "so-called mental disorder." UGH), or be told I have to attend meetings regularly (again: what does that mean?) & avoid "intellectualizing" in order to get anything from the program. I understand the benefit of feeling your feelings, and same goes for trying to attend meetings consistently, but the language is just so annoying. Especially when you add the spiritual stuff.

That being said, it's definitely worth reading for the things they say regarding family dynamics in a dysfunctional home--it's all pretty dead on, and even helps you see things you didn't previously (though like I said, it is emotionally affecting, so I find that I sometimes need breaks)--so I can put up with the bits that make me roll my eyes. I wish those parts didn't exist though, because it makes me feel more removed from the process than I'd like. It leaves me feeling oddly stressed; I have to separate what I agree with from what I don't agree with, and yeah. It's just difficult.

5. For my Vid of the Day, how about bringing back the "three songs I'm listening to today"-dealio? Not with the s-theme in this case, but just a few picks from the playlist I mentioned above. enjoy teh pretty )
rachg82: (annie dancing bones)
1. The first section of my fic finally feels polished & complete, allowing me to move on to the next part. It's at about 1,620 words right now, and I could--if I wanted--probably get away with posting it as its own ficlet. I don't want to though, because I want to cover more stuff, and I'm not a fan of doing things in chapters as a WIP (for my own stories, I mean). But I'm glad to at least feel like I'm making more progress now. This one has really been tedious & slow-going, mostly probably because it's really important to me that I get it right.

2. I had a dream last night that St. Vincent (as in the singer) was my girlfriend. IF ONLY. Of course I was also apparently dating Booth (and there were two of him, might I add. I was only with one, however. The other was douchey. Ha. CLONES TODAY, I tells ya).

3. Speaking of fictional boyfriends )

4. I got my ACA book in the mail the other day. See, I knew it wouldn't take 4-6 weeks. Now to start reading it.

5. One of my meetup groups is going to a free classical concert event next week, and I signed up to go. So far there's only one other person going though, heh. But there's another meetup group (for music) that we'll be meeting up with there, so I'm assuming there'll be at least a handful of people attending. Hopefully it's a good performance.

That's pretty much it for now. There's other things I could talk about too, but they're even more boring.

For my Vid of the Day, how about three random ones? )
rachg82: (abed is my homeboy)
It'd be great if my period would at least attempt to start at the same time every month. Now I know why I've been feeling extra emotional for the last day or two, though. I went to the bathroom and was like, "Ohhhh. Okay." It's pretty much a rule at this point that whatever amount of depression/anxiety/unhappiness-in-general I'm feeling normally will be turned up exponentially once period hormones kick in. It's like I have to just build a bunker & wait it out. Like a tornado.

Anyway. I'm mentally burnt out right now, so I'm just gonna give myself a break from talking about srs bsns in this entry & waste some more time on that photo meme.

Here's what [livejournal.com profile] sumpta asked for: "I'd like to see your books, where you keep them or how you keep them. (One bookcase, or spread through the appartment, whatever bookish thing you can think of.)"

I also have requests from [livejournal.com profile] gina227 & [livejournal.com profile] nomnivore, but I'll do theirs in a separate entry later.

I'm gonna be a major over-achiever with this, too, because while looking at my bookshelf I found a few photo albums I'd completely forgot even existed, and so I figured I'd share a few memorable pics from those with you all now as well.

(Oh, and holy criznap, I just found even more forgotten stuff. Photobucket was getting on my last nerve, so I decided to try flickr instead, right? And of course it ended up being an even bigger pain in my ass--sooo back to Photobucket I go--but there were pics from 3-5 years ago on there that I hadn't seen in FOREVER. Thus, visiting the site paid off. Totally sharing some of those too. Get comfy.)

Pictures, pictures--get your pictures here )

And that's it! I'll try to get to the other photo meme questions soon.

For my Vid of the Day, I'm gonna go with a song. I first heard it yesterday, and I found it comforting:

rachg82: (kara field)
For those of you who wanted to know the answers to the book meme, here you go )

Moving on:

-Community tonight was outstanding as usual. )

-Parks & Rec was also wonderful. )

-BSG rewatch update: I have quite a bit of flailing this time )

Anyway, I'd better end this now so I can go to bed. This was a fairly positive entry considering my life is full of pure suckshit at the moment. Did I mention I haven't done my taxes yet & realized I don't have one of my W2 forms? Yeah. I'm gonna have to call the temp agency that would have it & ask if I can pick it up in person tomorrow. Fortunately this year's returns aren't due until Monday, but STILL. Talk about procrastination & unneeded, self-induced stress. So stupid. Taxes remind me of my stepdad, too, because he used to help me with them, and that bothers me. WHATEVER. Ugh. Asshole creep. Sometimes I'd like a punching bag; I think it'd help me. Then I could also hit it when I look at the scale & see I haven't lost weight or have gained a pound or crap like that. And before anyone suggests it, nay to kickboxing. I don't have good balance. I'd totally fall over. Though maybe I could get help with that. Hmm. Yoga? Perhaps.

For my Vid of the Day, I'm gonna recycle one I've posted before by MadnessoftheDivine. This is my favorite Kara-centric vid I've seen yet--it's just gorgeous--and it focuses primarily on Maelstrom, along with the events/patterns leading up to it.

rachg82: (Adama/Roslin reading is sexy)
Def needing a fun diversion from RL at the moment, and an excuse to update without having to actually talk about anything serious. Saving the day--here's a meme that I know Roslin & Adama would approve of:

☇ Take four books off your bookshelf.
☇ Write the first sentence
☇ Write the last sentence on page fifty
☇ Write the second sentence on page one hundred
☇ Write the next to the last sentence on page one hundred fifty
☇ Write the final sentence of the book
☇ Let your friends guess what book it is.

And away we go )

On a "my brain likes to make its own entertainment"-note, last night I had a dream that I was rapping the lyrics to Another with my friend Kristin & some guy that of course doesn't exist in RL, and that the entire thing took place inside the addiction treatment center I saw in the A&E documentary on oxycontin abuse the other night. Seriously, so random. The only non-randomness I suppose is that obviously the documentary hit a personal nerve, because of my mother, but I don't know where Kristin came in. When we went camping, she & I rapped along with Biggie in the car (properly laughing at ourselves the entire time, obvs), but still. The subconscious is a strange thing. At least it has good taste in music, though.

Anyway, that's all for now. Most of you already know the sitch with the job (it didn't happen). Those of you who didn't know--now you do. I've been going through some stuff, hence my pulling back from LJ. But I'm still here.

For my Vid of the Day, here's something that makes me laugh. "Bitch, I live in a fuckin' trash can!" (I always liked Oscar the Grouch as a kid & hated people bugging him too. Heh.)

rachg82: (sleepy dewitt)
1. I need a rec for a new free photo-uploading site. Photobucket keeps blocking anything with a swear word/anything remotely iffy on it. For instance, I made myself a nice little macro yesterday regarding FMM, right? 'Cause we've got Starbuck up against Buffy, which: OMG HOW ARE YOU GONNA MAKE ME CHOOSE BETWEEN MY GIRLS LIKE THAT. I mean, really. Aren't there Geneva Convention rules for things like this? So, anyway, I took a screenshot of the poll (visual aid!) & then added a caption of "WHAT IS THIS FUCKERY" to a bitchfacey shot of Kara from "Blood on the Scales." Y'know, as one does. But then Photobucket was all, "HAHA. DENIED," and then I cried. (okay, not really, but that sounded funny)

Why must the internets hate on me? Doesn't everyone love a good "What is this fuckery" macro? Whatever, photobucket! I didn't even like you anyway. *takes her toys & goes home*

"I WAS TO UNDERSTAND THERE WOULD BE PIE & PUNCH!"<--what I'd be yelling as I stomped off, fyi

Yeeeah, I don't know. I'm feeling a little cracky, don't mind me. It probably helps that, out of the last 31 hours, I slept approximately 25. Oh, depression. What fun you are. But, hey, at least I'm up now. And it's, like, morning time! That's sort of normal-ish. Let's see how long I can stay awake today. Aaaaand…GO.

2. For those wondering, I voted for Starbuck. *ducks tomatoes from fellow Buffy fans* HEY, I VOTED & CAMPAIGNED LIKE A CRAZY PERSON FOR THE BUFFSTER LAST YEAR. DON'T YOU GIVE ME THAT LOOK. But, dude, Kara frakkin' Thrace, y'all. I may have done some trash-talkin' when she was up against Roslin last year (Ha. No one puts baby in the corner!), but you know I loves me some Starbuck. Just look at my icons. Of course I love Buffy too (she & Anya own my heart on that show), but GAH. KARA. She just gets to me that tad bit more.

3. I'm not a trekkie, but I do objectively appreciate the Trek 'verse from the little I've seen, and I think it's hilarious how passionate I get whenever Spock competes against someone I deem unworthy in FMM. Particularly right now as he's up against Dean. Oh, hell naw! PAY YOUR FUCKING RESPECTS, FANDOM.

P.S. Slaaaaaash. Heh. Like I said: pay your respects, bitches!

4. I had a dream the other day about Mel Gibson of all people, with lumberjack gear, climbing a tree super fast like a spider monkey. What the hell?

5. My new book ("Half Empty") is good so far. I want to kiss David Rakoff on the mouth. Except he's gay. It would be a platonic kiss anyway though, so maybe he wouldn't mind. Who doesn't enjoy being randomly accosted by four-foot-ten & a half inch tall fans who need stepladders to reach your face? At least that'd give him time to prepare or frantically run away.

6. I still haven't done laundry, cleaned, applied for more jobs, or gone shopping. I am fail incarnate. I did deposit money though at the atm last night and then paid rent. There's that. I've been too busy sleeping to accomplish anything else.

Okay, that's not true. I'm doing the All-or-Nothing thinking error thing there because I'm unhappy with myself. I also finished the first section of my new fic, which may not count on the same level of importance as looking for work, but hey. I'm sure I'll still go back & tweak parts of it (i.e. change a word or two around, add to it if I want after writing subsequent parts)--like I usually do--but as it stands now, it's complete. I can move on to the next section. There's only about 800 words so far, but it's something, right? It involves being awake & not, A. hurting myself, B. staring into nothing, C. mentally listing the reasons my life is meaningless, or D. all of the above.

At least I'm eating cereal right now too. Straight out of the box (I don't have milk), but still. I'd gotten back to eating once a day for a while now, so snacking is good.

7. Speaking of my cereal, sometimes I really hate our culture. On the back of the box there's this whole spiel about the smiley-happy-trim-yoga-chick in the picture being "stronger" & it lists all the ways she does it, right? One of those ways (amidst things that actually make sense & have to do with health & the immune system, etc), and I quote, is "Even shopping for a great new dress makes me stronger." CAN I PLEASE GO BARF NOW?

8. Not sure if anyone actually likes when I do these, but--just for the heck of it: 3 songs I'm listening to today )

9. I wrote back to my friend with a coffee-place-suggestion (per her request) & haven't heard back yet. Oy. Attempting a social life is so exhausting. I want to know what the plan is!

I choose to blame the cell phone culture (you know what I'm talking about--don't act like you don't) for the fact that no one knows how to plan things anymore, just for the record. Everyone is used to texting short messages back & forth about a plan for ten thousand years & doing things spontaneously. It's one of many reasons I've never gotten one, even when I had a fairly active social life & people were constantly bugging me about it. Not having one forces people to get ahold of you *ahead of time* & plan things out/think things through. It also means you're not accessible 24/7. Even if you turn your phone off, if you have a cell phone, people get to be all, "Why was your phone off?" ANNOYING. I just hate the whole premise of them. Ugh. I ALREADY HAVE A PHONE; WHY DO I NEED ANOTHER? WHY MUST I CARRY ONE WITH ME EVERYWHERE I GO? I DON'T WANT TO TALK TO YOU AT THE GROCERY STORE! IF I DID, YOU'D ALREADY BE THERE! YOUR ASS CAN LEAVE ME A MESSAGE ON THIS OLDFANGLED ANSWERING MACHINE, & I WILL CALL YOU BACK WHEN I GET HOME, GOD. The only reason I'd maybe, MAYBE get one eventually would be for emergency purposes, and even that I'm fighting 'til the bitter end. Trust.[/curmudgeon]

Unrelated: this entry had a lot of capslock. Heh. Blame March Madness + the fact that I'm trying to cheer/wake myself up.

10. Today's Vid of the Day comes to you by lafemmeforfemme and is all about my homegizzle, Starbuck. Enjoy the kickassitude:

rachg82: (frak this shit)
You know what I like? When you're midway through writing an entry for your journal and accidentally delete the whole thing. What fun![/sarcasm + Miranda quote, all in one]

Speaking of Miranda, here's another thing I like (non-sarcastically this time): when the comments to a post (particularly a serious one where I'm simultaneously made to feel understood & heard) somehow manage to turn into their own mini Fandom Fest of Conversion. Thanks to those who participated, I'm now up to the second episode of the second series (a.k.a. "season" in American Speak) of Miranda & have finally stubbornly agreed to give Castle a shot. Also: [livejournal.com profile] tempertemper will probably never be able to get up from her television/computer screen again.

My work here is done.

In other news, I'd like to wish [livejournal.com profile] gina227 a very Happy Birthday. Just for you, I'll try to watch Farscape soon. (I've been meaning to anyway, but shh. It still counts.)

While on the subject of fannish things--TWO DAYS, people. March Madness. Things are about to get buck wild up in here. (in reality, I'm not sure how heavily I'll campaign this time--simply due to my mood--but I'm still uber excited to observe the ridiculousness. I'm sure I'll get dragged in one way or another)

In the meantime, the Cliche and Crack Meme over at [livejournal.com profile] bitesize_bones has been entertaining me to no end. I haven't written anything for it yet, but I've been prompting like crazy, and I've gotten a LOT of great stories back in return. I so, so recommend hopping over there to check it out if you haven't already.

On a really random note, since I just got dinner: does anyone else here sometimes order extra food (for leftovers) and then try to give off an "I could have someone else here with me/on their way, YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW, hence the unflappable poker face!"-vibe when paying (of course giving off said vibe involves no actual words/actions--only you thinking it, like they'll magically ~pick up the energy~) as if that "excuses" your excessive gluttony & solitary existence?

Just curious.

P.S. Papa Johns chicken strips are delicious.

Moving on. A book I've been waiting for at the library for months (Half Empty by David Rakoff) finally came in yesterday. Everything else--i.e. other unfinished books + the HP audiobooks (sorry, [livejournal.com profile] keenai)--is getting put on hold so I can read it.

Re: my actual life, I'm still extremely stressed. I'm doing my best to look at things bit by bit. Prioritize. Figure out what I can take care of first that will make other tasks easier. Maybe that will help some. Right now, I feel sort of frozen. Something has to give.

So, first task? Laundry. Then I'll feel comfortable enough to go shopping in daylight hours (right now I feel like a bum--walking around here at night is fine, but I'm not going into a mall), so I can buy a new pair of jeans and probably two tops. After that I'll walk over to the nearby cell center (where my old coworker/friend works) & see if I can apply in person. I'm not thinking any further than that yet.

There is another thing lately too that might be bumming me out, and I've been trying to address it over the last few days in my own way--lgbtq alienation )

For my Vid of the Day, I'll cheat and post one more song. Thanks goes to [livejournal.com profile] nomnivore for introducing me to it earlier this week (it was one of her answers to the LJ Writer's Block question, "What 5 songs would you play at your friend's wedding?" I LOVE YOU, TIMMY. Hahaha). It's been on a repeating loop ever since.

rachg82: (mulder/scully umbrella)
1. I still want someone to make a BSG fanvid to this song. Any takers?

*edited to add: and I'd also still like someone to make a Bones fanvid to this song. 'DAT ASS.

2. I love my online friends. This is not new; however, sometimes this fact needs to be celebrated. Thanks goes to [livejournal.com profile] keenai for keeping me company via chat tonight with cracky funtimes. Anything that makes me laugh hard enough to literally clap my hands in joy deserves to be shared, so: behold, we are some funny bitches )

3. Speaking of keenai, she's convinced me to listen to Harry Potter audiobooks once I've returned my current book to the library. Whatever the results of this are, I will be blaming them on her. (no, I've never read them--only seen a few of the movies) We've decided (read: I've decided. Hee) it's okay for me to equate it to an aural kids' movie experience, since I don't do YA books & she thinks I'll enjoy the story. Just go with it.

4. This is random, but when am I not random? So. [livejournal.com profile] gina227 made a joke in one of her posts recently about the Bones writers & their cracky ways (affectionately & facetiously, much like I would), and I commented with this vid. I couldn't help but share it here too. Heh. Oh, HH! (for real though? That vid pretty much applies--figuratively, hee. I don't think they're actually crackheads--to all TV writers/exec producers, as far as I'm concerned. Haha. "How did I get up in this treeeee?"<--continuityFAIL)

5. Who's in the mood for a survey? I haven't done one of those in a long, long time. I got this one from [livejournal.com profile] xmaidelx, and it's actually meant to include some kind of image-y thing as well, but I'm being lazy right now so I'm just going to answer the questions. Feel free to swipe this & answer it in your own journals too, if you'd like. bla bla bla )

For my Vid of the Day, I feel like throwing Parks & Recreation a little love. This one's by buffyfan357:

rachg82: (scully going to oregon)
1. Guess who went to the beach today & had lots o' fun? That would be me. Let's talk about it and post pictures & what-not )

2. Changing topics, I'm feeling a little less mojo-y about my new fic, though I think it's mostly just me being picky & critical towards myself & unhappy about not having it done by tomorrow night. I know it makes NO rational difference, but I originally planned to have it done by then, and I definitely don't expect that to happen now, and it's bugging me. Plus I'm getting all overthinky about how it sounds so far, and whether it's okay to let my brain be experiment-y with style like it wants to & how far is too far and if I can successfully combine that with a story-story again like I seemed to last time, and bla bla bla SHUT UP, BRAIN.

Clearly, the issue at hand here is I am raining on my own parade & need to simma don nah. SO.

Dear self,

This fic will get done when it damn well gets done.

Write the thing how you want for frak's sake. Who cares if it sucks. GET A GRIP & HAVE FUN WITH THIS.

A bossier version of you.

3. I checked out The Gift of Fear from the library yesterday, which I believe had been recommended to me by [livejournal.com profile] dosidella a long time ago, and which again was recommended by [livejournal.com profile] sonneta just the other day. I still have other books I've actually bought over the last year without finishing (I go in waves with my reading), but I really would like to take a look at this one right now, so I moved it to the top of the priority list.

4. I never heard back from Aimee, but it's okay. At least I tried. Hopefully something will come of it eventually. In the meantime, I'll continue trying to push the momentum forward. Dani invited me to a record release party thingie the night of my birthday next week (I'll have to take a cab home, but I can splurge for a one-time thing like this, even FUNemployed & broke as I am), so at least I won't be sitting by myself, staring into the depths of 29, like "NOOOOOO, WHYYYY."

cut for requisite birthday-inspired introspection, re: aging )

5. Did you guys know that Hulk Hogan is a rappin' fool? You do now.

(don't look at me for that one. I think you know who to blame)

For my Vid of the Day, I think it's time to get back to our BSG Appreciation Fest. Technically, this is the last of the group I came across, but I've enjoyed getting to focus on one show so heavily like this & may do "appreciation weeks" again from time to time. I reserve the right to do nothing but BSG vids all next week too, if I want. Ha. I probably won't though.

Anyway, today's vid (by rogerthealien359) is all about my good man Saul "It's in the frakkin' ship!" Tigh. And it's set to Johnny Cash. Reason enough for a thumbs up on both counts in my mind.

rachg82: (serenity booth)
1. I've got such a bad migraine right now that the only way to tolerate it is to pull a "pain is only a sensation. I don't mind it. My head is separate from me. It's my body feeling the pain, not me"-detacharoo mindfuck and even that is only slightly working. Otherwise I'm just trying to distract myself, because I'm plain tired of lying down now (you can only do it for so long. Seriously, by 2:30 or 3 in the afternoon, it's like "I HAVE A LIFE, CRANIUM"). So, lights are off, I'm pretending the glare from the computer monitor doesn't bug me, Cheerios are to my right, and we're gonna write an entry. How 'about that, migraine? Why don't you put that in your pipe & smoke it? *throws gang sign*

(I like how my own head is my arch nemesis. Totally healthy)

2. Probably didn't help that I stayed up until 4:30 in the morning last night though, huh? But, like, I had REASONS. Curing cancer & what-not. Knitting mittens for visually-impaired Romanian orphans. Saving puppies. (I'm like a hero of my time) Okay, not really. More like drawing a comic. Which I will now share with you all as it's a good sign of ennui lifting in my opinion. )

3. Speaking of new shows, I have now officially added Lie To Me to my DVR. )

4. As I said to [livejournal.com profile] jasminelily already, I thought Parenthood last night was, and I quote, "full of rainbows & fluffy-tailed bunny rabbits, as per usual." In other words: A+. God damn, I love me some of that show. It's like a giant bowl of happyface. "You're black!" Haha. Maaaaaaax.

5. Southland, meanwhile, was fantabuloso. And yes, that's a word, because I say so. "Guess what? You're arrested for murder, asshole!" Hey, Regina King, I'd like to present you with this award for HBIC of the evening. You can put it with all the others.

6. As if all that weren't enough, did you guys know Jersey Shore has a new season starting this week? I just about lost my shit. Haha. (NOT A WORD. We don't need no hateration in this dancery, yo! I love my trainwreck documentary, hee) P.S. I hear there's a grenade whistle this season. *laughs & laughs*

7. To make up for my guilty pleasure downfall above, I would also like to remind you all of another TV show I adore )

8. Modern Family tonight! I love TVVVVVV. Hey, when does Parks & Rec come back?

9. I've written down a mess of songs to include in my 1994 soundtrack & will probably post it either tonight (if my migraine gets better) or tomorrow. I have a problem, I know. Hopefully you guys enjoy it though. Heh. You all should've seen me when I came across a Portishead song I hadn't heard since I was twelve. Hot damn. If I'd had popcorn on my lap, it would've been comically tossed up in the air. (for those who don't want to wait to find out, it was Sour Times. Nghhh, I was crazy about that song. And totes in love with her, won't even lie. Still am. I ended up listening to Portishead all night afterward)

10. Vid of the Day. As a preview to my soundtrack, let's get Bjorky up in here. This song won't be on the soundtrack, but best believe my girl here will be. "Debut" was the third CD I ever owned ("Music Box" by Mariah Carey was the first, given to me for Christmas when I was eleven in 1993; and Gloria Estefan's Greatest Hits was the second, given to me for my 12th birthday in 1994. "Debut" was bought later that same year, and it was the first album I ever bought for myself, actually) and I used to just sit on my bunkbed listening to it, over & over. Back then, all I needed were seven things to be okay: my TV, my video games, my discman, my art, my violin, my keyboard, & my books (all of which were in my room). That's it. Sometimes my best friend & my bike, so I could literally physically escape. But otherwise that was it. And every night, this was the song I listened to as I fell asleep. Take it away, Bjork. BFFs 4 Life, y'all:

rachg82: (Roslin Kara laugh)
Just droppin' in to say howdy-do & what-not. I'm still playing the role of Professional Tour Guide to [livejournal.com profile] dradiscontact--I feel like Vanna White, showing off letters. Oooh--and don't have time for a Rachaliciously long entry right now, but I did want to keep everyone updated on how I'm doing.

1. So far, everything is going well. I've actually been eating more than once a day, though I was really not thrilled last night to find it had caused me to gain three pounds (my scale decided to start working again. I haven't decided yet if I still want to throw it out. Tossing something when it works is much more difficult). Coda has promised to teach me to cook a few things while she's here too, which should be nice. Kevin tried to teach me a little as well, back when we lived together, but we only got so far. I still have a lot of bad associations from the few times I got my mom to cook with me--she spent the entire time calling me stupid & criticizing me--so I think it will be good for me to add a few new memories to offset that stuff. Plus it's fun to be around someone who cooks anyway as I find it super fascinating to watch. Heh. My mom wouldn't even let me IN THE KITCHEN most of the time (it "annoyed" her & stressed her out. I was only allowed in for quick tasks like grating cheese or cleaning), and really didn't do much stuff from scratch to begin with, so watching something as simple as a corn tortilla being fried in oil is like "tada!" ~Magic.~

2. They put Coda in a box when she first arrived (at the airport, that is. The smokers had to stand in it like a bunch of lepers. Haha). I was like, "Welcome to Portland!"

3. I took her to Powell's City of Books yesterday, where she nearly had a stroke (typical reaction), then walked around NW 23rd & the Pearl District, so she could get a feel for the cafes/restaurants/apartments in the area (as well as taking a mini-tour of the Art Institute of Portland, which is where she'd want to go), in case she decides she does want to move here. She's still keeping her options open & deciding, but she says she does like the area for what it's worth. We'll see how it goes.

4. Last night, we came back & got Thai food & had a mini-marathon of The X-Files: X-Cops, Bad Blood, How the Ghosts Stole Christmas, & War of the Coprophages. Alllllways a good time. We also decided that 1. my next fanfic should be a Bones version of Bad Blood (YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT), and 2. that "Boothy" is the new adjective for "douchey." Hahaha. "Stop being such a season 6 Booth!"

5. Today, the agenda is Saturday Market, which would normally be closed during the winter (not that I remembered of course, but hey) except they're for some reason having a "Festival of the Last Minute" and will be open 12/16 through 12/24. And she arrived on the 16th! It's like they did it just for her! Heh. At some point we're supposed to go to the Shanghai Tunnels, and possibly the Chinese Gardens etc, but we don't have plans for that stuff yet so I'll come back to that later.

Oh yeah, and eventually I suppose I'll find a job. Meh.

This update feels very scatter-brained, but that's okay. At least it's short for once.

And now, I needs to be gettin' goin', so I'll leave you all with a Vid of the Day. This got shared by everyone & their grandmother in Portland on Facebook yesterday, and it made me laugh so hard my neighbors probably heard. The show is supposed to air on the IFC in January & I CANNOT WAIT.

rachg82: (dollhouse sierra shadow)
Have any of you guys read "The Bad Seed"? *nodding to current music selection* It's a disturbing book. I know the expression originally comes from the Bible, but whenever I hear it, it's this book I always think of. I bet there's a lot of people who don't realize what a large role it played within America sociologically, not to mention culturally (hello, "The Good Son" and tons of other plots. Way to be rip offs.)


(The origins of language/tropes interest me. I digress.)

Thanks to those of you who read my flocked entry yesterday & to those who commented. I totally understand if some of you couldn't read it (long-ass & full of triggery-ness, especially) or weren't able to comment. Looking at it objectively, if it had been someone else's entry, I might've been almost afraid to say anything. "Is it okay to say 'I love you & hope you feel better soon'? That's trite, right?" So, yeah, I get it. So I just wanted to make that clear. But I do really appreciate those of you who were able to read & comment anyway. It means a lot.

As for today: I went to bed last night at like 12:30 am, which is totally unusual for me. I took it as a good thing though, because I need to get to bed earlier anyway. Unfortunately, I woke up at 4:30 from a bad dream AND with a stomach-ache. Whatever, life. At that point I gave up on sleep & went out to my living room, watching a Current TV documentary on cooking in Cameroon & Ethiopia. Because I'm me, my reaction was "YES. BOMB." when I saw the topic. Heh. Not because I care about cooking, but because documentaries + cane rats, chimps, & gorillas + tribal warfare + famine + huts & refugees = Rachael on the edge of her seat.

Afterward, I put in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", which was on my mind since mentioning it last night. I've long said "When Harry Met Sally" was my favorite movie, but I might have to change that now that I think about it. Or at least create a tie. cut for spoilers, in case people haven't ever seen it and still plan to )

I had the chance to watch the Community christmas ep this morning too and, wow, definitely a new holiday fave. I've never related to Abed more. His Christmas Train settings are Aloof, Detached, Distant, and Bjork. I can't even. . .the writers need an Emmy for that alone, seriously. Whole thing was amazing & kinda made me feel a lot better about my own crazyness.

Anyway, I did end up falling back asleep eventually, and consequently accomplished pretty much nothing today. I really, really need to go shopping, do laundry, and clean before [livejournal.com profile] dradiscontact arrives on the 16th. (Which, P.S., if you're reading this, Coda, we needs to converse on the details/time of your arrival & what-not.) Oy. I hate doing things. I'd prefer to do nothing and/or have a robot maid like on the Jetsons. That would be excellent.

I should get going though, so I can eat at some point & try doing *something*. For now, I'll leave you all with one of the poems I promised to share (there'll be more to come) and a Vid of the Day. Aforementioned old-school Rachael poem )

My Vid of the Day comes from ans99 and is all about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Have I mentioned how much I love this movie? Because I do. (Also: COULD THIS SONG BE ANY MORE BEAUTIFUL OF A MATCH FOR IT?)

rachg82: (dollhouse sierra shadow)
Time for some more random randomness:

1. Have I mentioned lately how much I love the Tao Te Ching? Because I really, really do. It's quite possibly my favorite book to re-read.

2. I had one of the worst migraines I've probably ever had last night. Second time in the last few weeks that I couldn't sleep all night because the pain was so bad and I couldn't stop vomiting (I actually lost about 1-2 pounds if that tells you anything). Even after taking advil pm, I still kept waking back up and nothing--not the advil, not imitrex, not a cold washcloth or ice-pack--would ease the pain even a little. So horrible. By about 4 o'clock in the morning, I was just shaking and crying on the bathroom floor, asking God to help me.

Not surprisingly, I missed work again today. So, that's the bad news. The good news is I went to the doctor )

3. I wish I could stop dreaming about my family. I took a nap today & woke up in a cold sweat because of a nightmare about my stepdad. He kept trying to hug me & was saying really inappropriate things to me, and I just couldn't get away from him. My mom was there too, and I kept trying to lock doors that wouldn't stay shut, and was pushing him away & yelling that he'd ruined everything and I hated him. Then one of my cousins (on my mom's side) in the dream found my lj & started writing to me about how horrible I was to leave them all. The whole thing was just. . .yeah. Subconscious, can you kindly cut it the fuck out?

4. On the things-going-well-front )

5. There haven't been any pieces yet this year that give me chills, but I've really been enjoying So You Think You Can Dance nonetheless. I love the All-Stars, flailed like a fangirl when they brought Anya & Pasha out to do their audition dance again, and love Kent so much I wish he were my little brother. I just want to pinch his cheeks.

6 And finally, a memelicious meme from [livejournal.com profile] astreamofstars:

1. If you're on my friends list/reading this journal, I want to know 35 things about you. I don't care if we never talk, or if we already know everything about each other. Short and sweet is fine.
2. Comment here with your answers and repost the questionnaire on your own journal, if you so desire.

cut for meme & my own answers )

For my Vid of the Day today, I've gotta go with another Bones pick (this time by edolino82) as I was rewatching the show again this afternoon and am currently on a crazy Booth/Brennan high. I LOVE THEM SO MUCH. I can't even. . .gah.

rachg82: (Baltar/Six operahouse)
Also? It stands for "motherfrakking bleak." The "motherfrakking" is implied. Heh. Okay, so it definitely has its happy moments too, absolutely (and they are lovely when they occur). But when it does go dark? It doesn't just go a little dark. It goes "I WILL PUNCH YOU IN THE THROAT WITH MY DARK AND YOU WILL *LIKE* IT, BITCH"-dark. And the best part is, you DO like it. Because it's just so damned deliciously satisfying. Not to mention pretty. Which is what brings me to the point of this entry:

I was working on my Roslin picspam over the weekend and kept having to resist just picspamming the fuck out of entire episodes, specifically "Sometimes a Great Notion." And then tonight, while I was lying on the couch and trying to recover from the migraine I had all day (fml), I had a mini-marathon of the New Caprica arc, which included, "Occupation," "Precipice," "Exodus Part 1," and "Exodus Part 2." (And btw CAN WE PLEASE JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO TALK ABOUT HOW GODDAMNED STUNNING THE FIRST TEN MINUTES OF OCCUPATION ARE? BECAUSE SHIT DAMN.) And while I was watching it, I got struck with the "omg I need to picspam this" urge again. But here's the thing: I'm already working on the Roslin picspam. So I decided I would compromise and make a few icons instead. Uber reasonable, yes? I thought so. And because sharing is caring, I figured I'd post them here.

I ended up deciding just to pick a few of the shots that I felt were the most striking/memorable from "Sometimes a Great Notion," which--as those of you have seen it will know--has got to be one of the bleakest episodes of the entire series. Hence the tangeant above. I only had time to work on five icons, so obviously there's some shots I left out (Dee looking in the mirror, Kara next to the fire, Tigh walking into the sea, the "frak Earth" on the wall, etc), but I'm pretty pleased with how these turned out, especially since I'm still fairly new to the icon-making process.

And for those who don't know, the text in the Dee icon comes from the excerpt at the beginning of the Ken Kesey novel that shares its name with this episode. The excerpt is from a song by Huddle Ledbetter & John Lomax, and goes like this:

Sometimes I live in the country,
Sometimes I live in the town;
Sometimes I get a great notion
To jump into the river. . .an' drown.

There's no doubt in my mind the BSG folks were thinking of that song (and possibly that book) when they titled the ep, and I figured most people knew that, but then I recently talked with one of you who hadn't heard of the quote or the book, so I thought I'd share. :-)

OKAY, enough rambling. Here are the icons:


Good times, good times.

Now, since I'm on such a BSG kick today--and specifically a "I love when this show goes dark" kick--I figured for my Vid of the Day I'd share this fan-made trailer by jingoisbaddest that showcases both some of the darkest elements of the show (i.e. "you said that humanity never asked itself why it deserved to survive. . .maybe you don't") along with some of the messages of perseverance and hope (i.e. "Despite all we've lost, we keep trying. And we *will* get through this, all of us"). And as if that weren't enough, it has Bear McCreary music too, ending with "The Shape of Things to Come," which is basically the song I want heaven to greet me with when I die, trufax. IT'S THAT BEAUTIFUL TO ME.

Okay, I'm done gushing over this show & vid now. Hee. I only have one more thing to say, which is to give a heads-up that this vid does contain a two-second clip of an attempted rape, so I wanted to warn of that first in case it'd be triggery to anyone on my flist who hasn't seen the show already. All right, NOW I'm done. Enjoy the brilliance:

rachg82: (Booth/Bones cheek kiss)
This entry is going to be super-duper random. This is what happens when I go a few days without updating, sheesh.

1. The song on my playlist just changed from "Reckoning" (see current music selection) to Passacaglia/The Shape of Things To Come from the BSG soundtrack, and I have a question for all of you. Am I the only one who finds it almost impossible to listen to this song without wanting to just close her eyes & focus on nothing else? I think this is what heaven sounds like, for real. Words can't even describe how much I love it. That may just be the nerdy inner child who grew up playing violin in me speaking though.

2. Because I'm special like that (and a cheating cheater, heh), I asked for & received two letters for that meme everyone's doing: "B" from [livejournal.com profile] britishwannabe1 and "N" from [livejournal.com profile] hjddabong. Why did I ask for two letters, you may be asking? Well, to make sure I'd have one I could think of things for, of course. Like I said: cheating cheater. Hee. B is for Best Letter Ever )

3. Who here saw the Bones promos yet that started airing this week? I am frothing at the mouth for new episodes, especially based on the one I saw for the 100th episode. When is that one airing? I know the show returns on April 1st, and that's what most of the promos I've seen are for, but I also saw one that sneaked in a clip for the 100th ep, and started doing cartwheels around the room. Okay, so not REAL cartwheels, but you get the idea. I MISS MY SHOW.

4. My mood is much better today, but for the past several days I have to admit I'd slipped into a bit of a funk. I haven't been able to shake off this cold, I've missed more work than I even care to admit, and I'm really glad I have that appointment with the counselor in a couple days (on Tuesday). At this point it's more than clear to me that I need it. But at least I'm feeling okay today. More okay anyway. Emotionally, I mean. I'm trying to cut myself slack and not stress my "less okay" days, because I'm only human. But I've got to get a grip on it before it affects my life any more than it already has.

5. I found out yesterday that my grandma has to have a biopsy for something they found in one of her breasts. I'm pretty much in denial that she's anything but immortal (she's my only currently living grandparent now, but she's Nanny, a.k.a. Nanny Norny, and therefore cannot die. Because I say so), so I'm just going to tell myself for now it'll be something benign & no big deal. Universe: you have been screwing me around enough lately, so you are hereby ordered for it to be benign, you hear me? THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION.

6. Remember how I said recently I had a rant at the Tea Party people & Fox News stored up? Well, I cannot hold it inside any longer. Cut for capslocky rage )

7. Amy randomly left me a comment on Facebook again this week, talking about getting together. I still need to reply back, but felt the need to mention it. I wonder if we'll actually follow through on hanging out this time. I won't lie, there's a part of me that's like "maybe she still likes me, and something could happen between us again?"--which is the same part of me that hasn't dated anyone in three years and omgneedstofuckinggetsome--but then I remember the reasons I broke up with her in the first place & why we decided to go back to just being friends and am like "Shut up, Rachael." Heh. Sigh, I'm just tired of being single though. Tired, tired, tired.

8. The plus side to my crap mood/physical health this week has been that I've had time to watch loads of television, including (but not limited to): Caprica, Parks & Recreation, Modern Family, Community, Southland, and Parenthood. And because I like to subject my friends to my endless rambling love you guys so much, I figured I'd share some of my thoughts on them with you. Head this-a-way for more TV ramblage )

And now for the Vid of the Day. You guys get a two-for-one special this time, because I came across both these vids last night & loved them so much I can't resist posting both. Cut so as not to spam everyone's friends pages with fanviddy goodness )
rachg82: (Adama/Roslin reading is sexy)
Who's up for some randomness?

1. New icon! Once again it's nothing special, but I had to share. My icons were giving me disapproving looks for not having an "Adama reading to Roslin" icon yet, so I had to do something before they threw a mutiny. (Yes, icons can throw mutinies. Haven't you heard?)

2. Speaking of reading, I started my new book ("Lit" by Mary Karr) and it's pretty good so far. I liked her first two books as well, and it's funny to be reading the latest one now (all three are memoirs) because of the similarities between her mother & mine. Perfect timing!

3. And while I'm on the subject of my mom )

4. Who watched Southland this week? Is it just me, or was that some awesome effing television? I only saw the first episode or two when it aired on NBC, but based on the new one that just aired on TNT, I am already hooked like whoa.

5. Also awesome this week: The Colbert Report. The "Vancouverage" made me crack up so hard, oh my God. I love him so much.

6. So, you guys remember how I said I was going to do a picspam comparing ridiculous similarities between a bunch of my favorite shows? Yeah, well, it's possible I spent eleven odd hours on it yesterday, and a few more hours today. . .and am still not done. It's also possible I am insane. And did I mention I came up with fifty themes for the picspam, encompassing everything from "miracle births" to "episodes that make you bawl" to "grown men crying"? I am having WAAAAAAY too much fun with this, lemme tell you. It's like chicken soup for my fangirly soul.

7. I went to Chuck E. Cheese's tonight with my sister & her kids, and OMG SO MANY CHILDREN. Like, everywhere. It was a lot of fun though. Also, my brother-in-law has taught my 18 month old niece to say "Westsiyeedah", like some early '90s West Coast rapper, and it is just about the funniest thing I've ever heard in my life. (She also does the "oooooey! What up with 'dat!" from Saturday Night Live. I LOVE THIS CHILD.)

8. And lastly, my sister & I may or may not have seen something like six UFOs tonight on our drive home. That or some kind of super secret military jets. Oh, you laugh, but I am for serious here. Those were not planes and they were not helicopters, and I have never wished Mulder & Scully were real people so bad before, because Mulder would've flipped his shit & done cartwheels at what we saw. SO WEIRD. Apparently we're either at Ground Zero for an impending alien invasion, or the military thinks Tualatin is a great place to test out their spiffy new stealth bombers. Either way, I'm preparing my tinfoil hat now.

And on that note, what better show to choose for my Vid of the Day than the X-Files? This one is by XFyellowbee and is all about my first ever favorite HBIC, Dana Katherine "Don't think! Just pick up the phone & MAKE IT HAPPEN!" Scully:

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