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posted by [personal profile] withdiamonds at 12:13am on 15/04/2009
Man, I have a list of things to do in my head, but I keep forgetting what they are. Flying east just kills my brain. It's only a three hour time difference and I was only in SF for four and a half days! Come on!

Happy belated Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] saba1789, one of my most favorite people.

I have a Dreamwidth account, and I'm withdiamonds over there, too. I like the idea of it, and it seems like fun. I imagine I'll be cross-posting for the foreseeable future. I'm not leaving LJ behind. So I'm over at DW putzing around trying to figure it all out, which is I guess the whole point of a beta account. It's been fascinating to see all the varied reactions around town my flist to DW. As I said to [livejournal.com profile] apetslife, so many situations in life can be compared to lunch in a middle school cafeteria. And I mean no offense by that, it's just human nature.

I finally got around to reading the EW article on Supernatural. It seems like a perfectly fine article to me. I mean, the editorial slant was obvious, but I didn't get a feeling of OH NOES JARED AND JENSEN HATE THE SHOW AND KRIPKE AND VANCOUVER AND THEIR WHOLE ENTIRE LIVES. Just, you know, they were tired and grieving when the interview was done. I can't imagine February in Vancouver is any less soul-killing than February in Pittsburgh, and if anyone had interviewed me in February, they'd have wanted to do some kind of intervention after. Of course Jared and Jensen and Kripke want it to be over with. It doesn't mean they hate it. And Kripke always said five years and out, so, you know. The last thing we need is another X-Files, people. If Dawn is so enamored of the show now, she can increase the budget for next year.

Like everyone else, I've been obsessively watching Susan Boyle make Simon Cowell smile. Amazing.

[livejournal.com profile] frausorge has written a beautiful bit of Threemanbus here. I approve of this very much.

I really don't like being spoiled for the big things about SPN, but I can't resist clicking on spoiler links. It's a sickness, I think.

I have 5000 words of Big Bang written. Can I manage to produce 1000 words a day for the next fifteen days on a story I have no idea where it's going, or if I even like it? Only time will tell, I guess. One thing that might help is to stop watching videos on YouTube, yes?

The most amazing story I've read in a while is Not Time's Fool by [livejournal.com profile] pandarus. It's girl!Dean, hot, angsty, and funny. She handles current canon with a light hand, and the love between Sam and Dean is so intense, so palpable, no matter what's going on. It's calling to me to read it again RIGHT NOW, but maybe that will be my reward for writing. Hmm, maybe I can read one part for every 1000 words I manage.

It's gray and rainy and it feels like it's still February here. Ick.

Also, [livejournal.com profile] fanficrants is like crack.
Mood:: jet-lagged


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