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Okay, it's been awhile...

Posted on 2011.12.19 at 15:37
But all my lovely fen peeps are over here... if you were at Writercon 2008, you remember me :D

I'm looking at starting a con of my own...

Right now, I'm looking for opinions...


We'll be starting off with Jossverse, Harry Potter and a bit of Glee...


So what I want from you is, would you be willing to participate in a new fen-made, fen-focused con? We'd have panels and workshops, as well as a few surprise guests...

Is there a fandom I'm missing that's really huge?

I know you're out there, my beautiful fen family...


(you can contact me at my new journal, faithlessfate )

Love you all...

Fandom Towers Now Open

Posted on 2009.07.03 at 11:14


Come join fandom_towers! The newest panfandom roleplaying game on livejournal!

AMY RAY

Posted on 2008.10.08 at 14:54
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sorry to people's flists.

gl we're all counting on you

new meme

Posted on 2008.07.25 at 18:41
Superhot music meme!

Yo guys, check out this super awesome South African musician, Jax Panik.

here's the video:



and here's the meme part:

copy and paste all the stuff in the box into your journals, and add your lj name to the list:



1. faithfulmeda
2. ricktboy
3. magickalmacleod
4. faithlessfate
5. wolfcubbie
6. lizjustliz
7. wolfmacleod

Posted on 2008.03.18 at 20:09


For those of you who don't already know, there has been a strike scheduled for Friday, March 21st, 2008, during which we hope to have many members of LiveJournal provide LJ with absolutely no content for twenty-four hours. This means no posting and no commenting. If you post elsewhere and have it set up to be posted through a feed on LiveJournal, don't do it. Stay away from LiveJournal for twenty-four hours. That can't be too hard, can it? I know some of you are probably quite active on LiveJournal and will find it hard to stay away for an entire day, just as I will, but this is something that needs to be done, to show the people running LiveJournal that we're watching the changes they are making, that we're paying attention, that we're discontent, and that we want to be heard and taken in to consideration. We are not simply users who can be tossed to the side and ignored. We are the people who make up LiveJournal. Without us, without the content we create, without our words, our voices, our creativity, our participation, there would be no LiveJournal. This is a fact, and it needs to be realized and understood and then taken in to consideration when making decisions regarding the way that LiveJournal is run. The strike is only a few days away, so there isn't all too much time to prepare. While this is unfortunate, it isn't enough to keep this strike from taking place. It will take place, the second it is meant to, and it would be best to have as many people take part as possible. Please, spread the word. Spread it fast. There are only a few days to organize this. If you find that you care about LiveJournal or care about the people you interact with on LiveJournal or simply want it to remain a place where you can entertain yourself without constant censorship and money-hungry practices being thrown in without the consideration of those who use the service, act now. If you don't wish to spread the word, that is fine, but please: refrain from using LiveJournal on Friday, March 21st. Do something else for a change. It's for a good cause. (:

For background on this strike and why it is being held, please read the following posts:
http://beckyzoole.livejournal.com/394838.html
http://beckyzoole.livejournal.com/395310.html

To find out exactly when the strike begins and ends, depending on where you are located, please see this:
http://beckyzoole.livejournal.com/395125.html

What's this about?

* It's about free and ad-free LiveJournal accounts being abolished for new members, ignoring the advice from the newly-formed Advisory Board.
* It's about LJ staff trying to sneak this decision in under the radar, and when people found out, telling the users it was done 'to make the signup process less confusing'.
* It's about LJ staff failing to apologize for trying to hide the facts from view and for lying about the actual reasons for their actions.
* And finally, it's about the latest decision to hide certain user interests from the list of Most Popular Interests, some of them being fanfiction, bisexuality, sex and depression. This decision was not announced or explained in any way. Users found out for themselves.


-Taken from the journal of m03m

AND ICONS TO SUPPORT THIS:


gl we're all counting on you

check it out, it's about time

Posted on 2008.03.03 at 15:09
has everyone seenjoined http://www.whedontube.com?????

It's about fucking time... c'mon, it's like... gonna breathe new life into the fandom...

see you all there!

all your gods are belong to us

new fandom.

Posted on 2008.01.19 at 20:34
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Summer Glau, as a River-esque terminator. Lena Heady as Sarah Connor. Need I say more?

so yes.

bring on the fandom, people.

Pack Gimp

Multiple Mondays for the past however long

Posted on 2007.10.04 at 13:44
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9-3

1) Is everyone in the household/system the same gender as the body?

no.

2) If you're not the same gender as the body, what's the worst thing about using a differently gendered body?

*shrug* Menstruation.

3)If you're not the same gender as the body, what's the most interesting thing about using a differently gendered body?

sex.

4)If you're not the same gender as the body, how do people outside the household/system react when they find out the body's gender is different from yours?

they shrug.

5) Have you ever thought about changing the body's gender?


Rick has several times.

Pack Gimp

Multiple Mondays late as usual

Posted on 2007.07.18 at 02:43
but I'm still doing them, which makes me feel accomplished.

7/9

1) Who wakes up in the body most often?

Whoever goes to sleep in it. Failing that, Rick.

2) Do people wake up one by one or is everyone up once the body is awake?

People wake up when they wake up. If it coincides, great.

3) Do you have to/how do you accommodate late sleepers' and early risers' time in the front?

We all front when we want, so it's not got much to do with sleep schedules.

4) Do different people prefer to come to the front at different times of the day?

the honeycomb runs a 36 hour day, so it doesn't mesh much.

5) How do you parcel out time during waking hours? Is it left up to whomever is in the front or do you plan it out?

Catch-as-catch-can.

7/16

1) Who if anyone in your household/system is allowed to drive?

no one, we don't have a license.

2) Who if anyone in your household/system is allowed to speak for the household/system?

we all are. we take consensus votes, then voice them through whoever's out.

3) Who in your household/system is allowed to pick what's for dinner?

whoever's hungry and out.

4) Who in your household/system is allowed to buy things?

whoever's holding the money and out.

5) Who if anyone in your household/system is allowed to tell people outside the household/system that you are plural?

whoever is out and feels it's neccesary.

Posted on 2007.07.05 at 12:20
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From June 25th:

1) Is/was either of the body's parents a household?

No.

2) Do/did either one know you are?

We've tried many times to tell them, they're in denial.

3) Who in the household, if anyone, does/did either of the body's parents like better?

Not really applicable.

4) Who in the household, if anyone, does/did either of the body's parents like the least?

again, not really applicable.

5) Who do you think gets/got along best with the body's parents?

Probably Tara.

and from July 2nd:

1) How many people are you out to about being a household?

Many, many people.

2) Have you met/do you socialize with other households off-line?

Yes. We know quite a few multie-systems IRL

3) Do people get snail mail in their own names?

Tara has :)

4) Does anyone have friends off-line who only know her/him by her/his name instead of the legal name?

Yes.

5) Has anyone who isn't a household ever asked if you were one? (Did you tell him/her?)

Yes, Yes.


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