One More Grouchy Refugee
Fanfic and Whinge

date: 2017-01-14 21:37
subject: Fic: Little Earthquakes (X-Men Comicverse), Part 1
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tagscomicverse, fanfic, gambit, little earthquakes, remy lebeau, slash, x-men

All right, damn it, I'm getting this out of the WIP folder now that it's finally beta-ed and only years out of date.

Posting to AO3, because I'm lazy, okay? If Gambit is not your cup of tea or you have a deep attachment to Rogue or the Remy/Rogue 'ship, save yourself, this fic is not for you.

It is complete though and I will post the next four parts every other day, barring unexpected delays.

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date: 2009-06-05 00:23
subject: progress and relapsing and cheese
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mood swingchipper
tagsbig bang, cheese, comics, food, gambit, spammage, x-men

Have got my Big Bang fic's outline (rough draft) done. It's happy endings all around, except for the lion. That's progress.

X-Men comics are like heroin. You kick the habit, because they're crap and expensive, but then you forget and just remember how bright they were and figure a couple of copies couldn't hurt - that's Gambit on the cover! - and the next thing you know, you're contemplating how to get three or four years of back issues (and good luck figuring out all the titles these days, they're like Von Neumann machines), and you know you're going to end up in a flop house somewhere, shaking and desperate for your next fix, broke and ready to sell anything to find out what happens next month.

And God, but an issue is a chintzy thing these days and I'm totally lost, since I think I quit reading during the Golgotha story line.

I love Trader Joe's Double Gloucester with Chives and Onions. I've never met a cheese I didn't like, really, but Double Gloucester is creamy heaven. It's like milk chocolate - just let it melt in your mouth and savor.

Still haven't managed to see Star Trek Reboot yet, despite plans to three days running. This may be a sign.

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