It's just easier not to post, and people get busy, but I figure since I still check in on the flist daily I should maybe contribute some words as well.
My flist has certainly gotten quieter. I remember when I could not
keep up! Primarily that was the SPN fandom - my S&H friends were never that loud on LJ. S&H for me was a yahoo groups thing, though the starsky_hutch
LJ comm helped me migrate here.
I also remember the frustration of trying to download ALL THOSE SPN stories, and clicking what occasionally amounted to a ridiculous number of entries and continued entries to get at a whole verse. Do you know I used to copy/paste stories in MS word and save them as docs? I bet more than a few of us did. I mean, I have tons of stories still on my computer in doc format. So much work! I tried to keep up, which was impossible really.
Before LJ, I was immersed in S&H stories, and by God I PRINTED those out. Still have a bookshelf full of the printouts, and then another shelf of the printed zines (including my own two) in my bedroom.( Read more... )
Unrelated, but: SPN's Jeremy Carver is such a disappointing shower runner for me. I was afraid of him after I couldn't for the life of me keep interest in the last show he ran (Being Human
), though I loved the original British version (first three seasons, anyway). Sucks because of gems like SPN Christmas ep and the like. He still can write some killer episodes on occasion (I loved S8 ender ep). So anyway, when I get an episode I really enjoy as opposed to it being merely watchable, it makes me happy. I enjoyed, so much, the Sam POV we got last episodes in "Book of the Damned" and "The Werther Project." I like how Sam and Dean have been really together
and in the lovely, unhealthily codependent relationship I know and love.
Oh, story rec: The Outlaw Torn
by LaughableLament. Old school first-time with plenty of UST until it's, well, resolved
:) Expertly written in my opinion, classic in all the best ways of good Wincest fiction. Killer Dean voice, Sammy the irrestible tease and always, always, the clever, irritating little brother.
Another thing: I looked forward with great anticipation to the premiere of Orphan Black,
a thing that was handily trashed when my phobia regarding eyes/eye damage sent me into a panicked fit
. Made me pretty sick and upset that day. I try to avoid seeing that stuff, but that shit don't come with warnings.( Read more... )
Whew, plenty of rambling! I guess I posted then, yeah?