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13 May 2005 @ 03:22 pm
the J/V stories I am not writing at this very moment.  


The one where Vaughn and Jack go on a mission and Vaughn is raped and Jack kills the terrorists in really brutal ways and then comforts him. The one where they have to pretend to be gay. The one where they have to pretend to be gay but then the mission is cancelled after they've roleplayed to a disturbing extent. The one where Jack is temporarily blinded during a mission and relies on Vaughn to get them home and gradually starts to think more of him. The one where they just get unexpectedly closer and closer. The one where Vaughn is drugged, except no, I don't like that one. The one where Sydney is presumed dead and they grieve and antagonize each other and then turn to each other.
 
 
 
theseashore on May 13th, 2005 10:25 pm (UTC)
From anyone else this would really, really scare me. From you, I'm all excited and stuff.

When are you going to bring the McShep love? (pleading look)
Anna S.: jack-oneilleliade on May 13th, 2005 10:36 pm (UTC)
When are you going to bring the McShep love? (pleading look)

When pigs fly! God knows. I'm happy being a reader right now. The characters as they seem to be written (in fiction if not on the show) are way too smart for me to think about playing with. Not to mention the writers--way smart. I'm intimidated. :)
theseashore on May 13th, 2005 11:00 pm (UTC)
O-kay. 'Cause you're not smart at all. Because someone else wrote that wicked-smart deliciously fucked up Mulder in IaDT. Right.
*giggles*
witlingwitling on May 13th, 2005 10:31 pm (UTC)
Heeee. I don't even watch this show and these ping on my weathered old hide. In interesting ways, I hasten to add.

I'm drabbling in my most recent post, if that interests you on a Friday afternoon. Although I may be all out of drabble at this point. I may have to actually do some work.

::loathing::
Anna S.eliade on May 13th, 2005 10:35 pm (UTC)
Oh, there's some fun stuff there--thank you! I love the Mal/Simony things. *g*
witlingwitling on May 13th, 2005 10:41 pm (UTC)
Also some interesting commentary on the state of Jolie's teeth.
julia_herejulia_here on May 13th, 2005 10:40 pm (UTC)
I need to introduce you to my friend yorick28.

Julia, wandering off to find the S'cubies hunkered down in be's LJ
Anna S.: seattleeliade on May 13th, 2005 11:08 pm (UTC)
What *are* S'cubies? I have seen them mentioned but they remain a mysterious group to me, like the Masons.
mcamasonmcamason on May 13th, 2005 11:34 pm (UTC)
S'cubies....
S'cubies are members of the Soulful Spike Society (the "S cubed")who normally congregate at the address http://scubiefan.proboards18.com/index.cgi and hopefully will again soon, when Proboards finishes their upgrade of our servers.

You have quite a number of fans among the S'cubies, Anna (I'm one of them), and we invite you to stop by and visit once our forum listed above is back up and opertional. In the meantime, you can check out our reviews at http://www.soulfulspike.com, were we enthusiastically review a goodly number of shows, and our forum, where we discuss the ones we review, and a hell of a lot more.

I like to think of it as an online pub, myself. But I'm known for my silly affectations.

-Matthew
julia_herejulia_here on May 13th, 2005 11:35 pm (UTC)
Not terribly mysterious; any group which allows me membership isn't concerned with security.

The Soulful Spike Society (n.b. I use that name once in any correspondance) is a spin-off of the old Scoop Me board. The website itself, http://www.soulfulspike.com, is an archive site for fic by Nan Dibble, Mary Staats, Rob Sorenson, Rusty Goode... (me, if I ever finish anything), essays and reviews by Nan Dibble, Spring Summers, et'c and so on, and various diversions and amusements. The message boards, if Proboards ever let us back in, include ongoing discussions of all things Joss, as well as Veronica Mars, Alias (Yorick is the Alias reviewer for TV Tome), Lost, and I'm forgetting what else, a reading recommendations area to which I contribute more than my share of fic recommendations, being the queen of "reads fast, no life", and a main thread which sometimes breaks out in long metadiscussions of issues in the Jossverse, and where the Gilmore Girls and baseball fans, and fruit fly biologists hang out. Friendly place.

Visitors welcome.

Julia, there are long stretches where all that gets discussed is food and jobs, but, you know, reality
mcamasonmcamason on May 13th, 2005 11:36 pm (UTC)
and also?
I thank you for the flattering comparison to freemasonry!! ;D
julia_herejulia_here on May 13th, 2005 11:59 pm (UTC)
Me, and my beta, walking down the a-ven-ue. Me, and my beta, all alone and feeling blue.

The S3 also serves to keep Matthew and me off the streets.

Julia, sorry for the tag-team. We're not good when we're homeless...
Anna S.: xandereliade on May 14th, 2005 12:48 am (UTC)
No worries. *g*
Fandom: karass or granfalloon. Discuss.sherrold on May 13th, 2005 11:05 pm (UTC)
Blinding!
Now there's a fannish cliche that has fallen on hard times of late -- I honestly can't remember the last time I read one. Man, and I still vividly remember this old K/S novel where Kirk is blinded, but tries to hide it from Spock at first (oh, the angst!) and Spock can make him see -- sort of -- when they're linked, and they have kinky sex in mink coats in the snow, but not really, only in Spock's surprisingly kinky mind...

Or in other words -- write that one, would you? Hubba!
Anna S.: scary_girleliade on May 13th, 2005 11:07 pm (UTC)
Re: Blinding!
Mink coats in the SNOW? Ah, the old mink-coats-in-the-snow cliche. *nods*

You make me giggle.

You still at work? Me too. Oh god, Sandy, GET ME OUT OF HERE!!!
Hepcat: soraidh xandereyesnwhepcat on May 13th, 2005 11:15 pm (UTC)
Re: Blinding!
There was a season or two in network tv (back when there was only network tv ::is old::) when every lead character got temporarily blinded.

I think it marked me.
MELODY GLOUCESTER PEGASUSjolielaide on May 13th, 2005 11:09 pm (UTC)
Bzowh. I'll watch that show. <3
Anna S.: jack-vaughneliade on May 13th, 2005 11:13 pm (UTC)
I would love love *love* to see a show--let's say Alias--that started off with the default assumption that everyone was straight, and over the course of a season you started to see some UST between two of the men, the subtext of which would probably be invisible to most viewers (I'm going to the Willow/Tara place here too), their friendship and glances becoming heavily laden with significance. And then the following season traced the arc of their romance, with so much grace and care that by the time they finally got together, you just *had* to root for them, even if you were a homophobic bigot at heart.

And they lived happily ever after.
MELODY GLOUCESTER PEGASUSjolielaide on May 13th, 2005 11:21 pm (UTC)
::cries with want::

Dear network television: WHY IS THAT SO EFFING HARD?!?!?!

::shakes tiny impotent fist of opressed homoerotic longing::

I really do like the way you've sketched it out, too-- just this great, slooooow arc developing, maybe even taking them (or at least one of them) by surprise. All the patience and yeah, care, and negotiations and stepping forward and pulling back but stepping forward again, more this time, and the tender, tentative workings of "how do we do this," and...

GAH! WANT WANT WANT!

:-)
nestra on May 15th, 2005 03:13 am (UTC)
The one where they have to pretend to be gay but then the mission is cancelled after they've roleplayed to a disturbing extent. The one where Jack is temporarily blinded during a mission and relies on Vaughn to get them home and gradually starts to think more of him.

I vote for these.
Anna S.: vaughn-intenseeliade on May 16th, 2005 03:51 am (UTC)
I just love how Vaughn can so easily be talked into having sex for the sake of The Mission.

...er, yes.