Tags: sirius/remus


The State Border (Where Fandom Land and Denialville Meet ^_~)

I saw this meme floating around whilst going through Batman related LJ entries, and I thought it was cute. It's The Denial List, aka Those Things In Any Fandom That Make Me Stick My Fingers In My Ears And Hum.

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This little romp through fandom land is brought to you by the fact Meredith doesn't want to work on her thesis.

That is all. ^_~;;

Battlestar, Harry Potter, and Post-Apocalyptic Fun

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Finally, I couldn't sleep last night. I tossed, I turned, and I finally decided (try to find the logic in this one!) to make a list of all the novels/short stories I own with a dystopic or post-apocalyptic theme. Actually, many are both, since those two seem to go hand in hand. I present to you my list (with commentary):
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*wanders off*
-Meredith ^__^

Fic Year in Review, 2004

Happy Year of the Rooster, everyone! ^_^ I hope you all had fun ushering her in-- let's hope she'll be as kind (or more so) as 2004. *hugs everyone*

In a retrospective moment right now, so...

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I have to go back to class tomorrow. *cries*

Werewolves, Ex-convicts, and Slash-- Oh My!

You know what? There are a lot of problems with PoA-- gross inconsistencies with the book, shoddy editing-- but I'm willing to excuse that because, damnit, Sirius/Remus forever. Oh yeah. The slash in that movie is ridiculous, and it confirms my long-held theory that Sirius, not Remus, is the usual bottom. *teehee* ^_~

In case you hadn't guessed, I just saw Prisoner of Azkaban. I actually bought my copy yesterday, but my brother asked me to wait, so I could watch it with him and the girls tonight. It was his first time seeing the movie; he was sick in June, and I ended up taking the girls to see it in the theaters. (They were convinced they'd just DIE if they didn't see it right away. ^_^;;; I was of the same opinion, hence my tickets for opening day. ^^) Even Sam saw the slash-- he eyed me as I giggled on the couch, but I didn't say a word. It was Justine who chorused Snape's line of "like an old married couple!". Those girls are sharp, they are indeed.

*stretches* This is actually the last week of school before exams. UC is on a wonky quarter schedule, so we have an absurdly long Christmas break, and virtually nothing for Thanksgiving and Spring. Oh well.

In other news, I ran by Barnes and Nobles today and picked up the following:
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos edited by Robert Price
The Virgin Suicides by Jerome something-or-other (the book is upstairs and I'm too lazy to run and get it.

Oh! And when I went for my allergy shots today, the poster in the waiting room was of a gray wolf, with the subtitle canis lupis. I was so amused. (A little too easy a task, I expect.)

New layout, because I'm physically incapable of letting things be. ^^;;;

Sleep well, ladies,