The Cori Falls MSTs
For those not knowing Cori Falls’ fics, allow me to summarize:
Pokémon fandom, too, has its Slytherfen.
In short – tags:
SnapeTeamRocketfen, Rabid, Where Did The Personalities Go?, Erection Lasting Over Four Hours May Require Medical Attention, Character-Bashing, Wangst, French Toast
Those of her fics rescued by sarajayechan for archival and MSTing purposes can be found here.
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“I think the F.B.I.’s proposal would render Internet communications less secure and more vulnerable to hackers and identity thieves,” said Gregory T. Nojeim of the Center for Democracy and Technology. “It would also mean that innovators who want to avoid new and expensive mandates will take their innovations abroad and develop them there, where there aren’t the same mandates.”They WANT to have the social-networking leaders to have the power to read all your PMs at will. They WANT to be able to see what you're doing and saying at all times. They WANT to be able to monitor you like a parent looking over your shoulder...
So, guardians-song, your LiveJournal reveals…
You are… 8% unique (blame, for example, your interest in wizardmon/gatomon), 34% peculiar, 38% interesting, 18% normal and 3% herdlike (partly because you, like everyone else, enjoy naruto). When it comes to friends you are popular. In terms of the way you relate to people, you are keen to please. Your writing style (based on a recent public entry) is conventional.
(The average level of weirdness is: 28.
You are weirder than 86% of other LJers.)
Fandom: I believe “Dragonbara Z” is the term?
Summary: Kakarot’s passed him up in every field before – but Vegeta won’t let him win this time!
Word Count: ~950
Author’s Note: Inspired by the commentary “Okay, so. Six chapters in and Goku realizes he’s in love with Vegeta. Considering I’ve seen stories where it takes all of two sentences, this is pretty impressive.” In other words – blame Brill for this.
( ''Vegeta, I brought you flow-'' ''I UPROOTED AN ENTIRE ROSE GARDEN AND PLANTED IT NEXT TO YOUR HOUSE!'Collapse )
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