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15 April 2004 @ 03:05 pm
 
A question for the US folks: What's tax day? Is that when your tax declarations ( ? ) are due?


No work today, no class either unless I missed something. I could stay home, read, study, tend to triangle!fic and scific!epic or I could go downtown and do all the stuff I should have done in the last two weeks (plus getting my glasses fixed which is the only real motivation to go). In an absolutly logic-defying movement I managed to knock them off my nose and send them flying against the nearest wall when I opened a door. Bah. Bro couldn't stop laughing. He is the one who lost his glasses in the Atlantic ocean last summer. Until, I get mine fixed, I'm wearing the old geekazoid ones. :avoids mirror:


The last WaT fanfic I read was stepf's Chaos Theory which was absolutly beautifull, angsty, simple, touching and wonderfull. I am meaning to read deadlikemedaisy's Goodbye , but last night, I was in the mood for something either short or something less J/S. At heart, I'm a casefile junkie. But WaT fic at ff.net seems to be getting worse and worse. No offense to you guys, those you whose fic I've read, you rock! Athough some of you have been very quiet lately. *pokes eolivet and chili_powda.* Anyways the dismal fic hunt got me thinking.

Maybe it's the size of the fandom that makes it's ff.net section unbearable. (I distinctly recall actually finding some decent WaT fic on ff.net around this time last year).
Since you guys come from a variety of fandoms, how does this relate to your fandom(s)? Do you even bother to hunt for fic at ff.net? Why or why not? If you write fic yourself where do you usually post it?


I want anyone who reads this to ask me 3 questions, no more no less.
Ask me anything you want.

Then I want you to go to your journal, copy and paste this allowing your friends (including myself) to ask you anything! That sounds too commanding. Do whatever you want *g*
 
 
Current Mood: workingjittery and vaguely sick
 
 
 
Illmanillman on April 15th, 2004 06:30 am (UTC)
1. Depends on how you define getting into computers - both of my parents are scientists and ever since I can remember we had computers in the house and with those also "video" games. Back then that was like Tetris, Impact and something Domino like. I loved to play those when I was little even though I totally sucked. I got my first own computer when I was 13-ish.

2. From a let's be reasonable point of view, I guess the smartest thing I ever did was let the a teacher talk me into applying to Oxford University.

3. You mean which field or why it appeals to me that much? Field: mail man. Why: the combination of thing: you get to move, it's something neat and organized, it's outdoors.