July 13th, 2009

Hot well written

"The Wilson Code" House MD Fic-House/Wilson's Brother

Title: The Wilson Code
Fandom: House MD
Pairings: House/Wilson's Brother. House/Wilson (Also includes references to Wilson/New Girlfriend and Wilson/Amber.)
Rating: R
Wordcount: 6765
Notes: Extremely belated birthday gift for daasgrrl, inspired by a comment conversation following The Social Contract. Spoilers and allusions to most of the fifth season. Amazing beta by beta_goddess, michelleann68 and evila_elf.
Warnings: Please note main pairing. It's a story involving sex between a self-confessed drug-addict and a diagnosed schizophrenic. Possible other triggers involving childhood trauma. Read at your own risk.

Summary: Nothing could have adequately prepared him for Danny.

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"Blowjob" on MSNBC

No, it's not one of my Punditslash fics:

Huffpo link, including video

Marcy Wheeler of FireDogLake, appeared on MSNBC Monday to argue for an investigation of secret C.I.A. operations under President Bush. But all of the post-segment discussion focused on her use of the word "blow job", which drew an apology from the anchors.

Wheeler was responding to Townhall's Matt Lewis, who argued that looking backwards and "investigating policies and activities that happened in a previous administration" would set a bad precedent.

"[Y]our idea is that after investigating Bill Clinton for a blow job for like five years, we shouldn't investigate the huge, grossly illegal things that were done under the past administration, only because Alberto Gonzales was too much in the back pocket of Dick Cheney to do it while he was still in office," Wheeler said. "That's ridiculous."

After the segment ended, the Tamron Hall and David Shuster expanded on her "passionate" choice of words.

"I'm sure she apologizes for that choice of words, she's very passionate about it," said Hall.

David Shuster chimed in: "We all say things sometimes when we're passionate that we don't intend, and especially on a dayside family-oriented cable television news network."

"I'm sure she apologizes, and we do, too," concluded Hall.
STFU Ianto

Barrowman interview in Chicago Tribune.

Either John was on drugs or the editing at the Trib leaves something to be desired. Notice how incredibly incoherent the J/I bit is.

What's even funnier is that this is the same columnist who did the RSL interview that produced the famous "Homina, homina, homina."


#1 point-John wants to play Captain Jack. So if there's anyway for Jack to be on Who or for TW to happen, he'll be there.

Back to gym...

This was my first gym day since hubby had the accident on April 23.

It was also the first time I'd done anything with weights for longer that than because my achy-breaky arm had been bugging me for at least two months before that.

I managed to get up and out and over to 24 Hour Fitness by about 8:00AM. I basically did a circuit of Cybex Machines at fairly low weights, just to get myself back into the groove and see how much weight my arm could handle.

Just getting up and doing it, rather than sleeping in felt like a big step. The fact that hubby is ok with my not being there when he wakes up means we're getting closer to the end of the tunnel.

Week two of caffeine/sugar is going pretty well. I think going through so much emotion last week (which I still need to type up) got me through the worst of it.

I managed to get my House fic posted and start following LJ again, but didn't do all the comments I wanted to and didn't get to work on the Torchwood Week Saga because damn it, I actually had to do some work.
fatuous lunatic

Song Lyric Prompt-a-Day 2009 Day 194

Prompts can be used for any fandom, pairing, or even original fic, if you like. (Yes, any.) All I ask is that you credit me with providing the prompt and comment with a link to the entry.

Prompt #194

I guess this is our last goodbye
And you don't care, so I wont cry
But you'll be sorry when I'm dead
And all this guilt will be on your head

Can't Stand Losing You-The Police
Written by Sting
From the album Outlandos d'Amour