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Hmm, time to clear out my links file and start anew with the *cough* nine windows of open tabs.

Addams Family/Angel, Her Beauty and Her Terror Wednesday/Harmony. Amanda Buckman moved to California, changed her name, and became a vampire. Wednesday can't help but approve. "It has in fact been a decade since Wednesday had Amanda Buckman tied to a stake and doused with kerosene. She remembers the fear in her eyes as she struck the match. Wednesday may not have changed - she is older and her chest finally filled out, a lot - but Amanda, she can see, is truly no more. The soul is gone, and in its place something darker, older. It's quite disturbing to think of that girl, that pretty, blonde girl as she knew her that Summer, becoming a creature of the night. Wednesday, naturally, approves."

DS, On Strike "Frannie is sick of guys. The way they smell, the way they don't listen, the way they either hit on you like you're a piece of meat or ignore you like you're a nun. They don't notice when you dress up for them, they never know when you need a compliment, they don't respect you, see who you really are, all your potential that's just bursting out all over. Men. They're pathetic. Frannie's on strike. No more men." Frannie/Meg Thatcher.

HCL, untitled fic Postfilm, and Joe's still messing around with Billy's things. She sits down on one of the flat rocks. Feels warm. “Who are you?” “Call me Joe. We’re gonna go a long way, you and me,” he says with a grin.


HP, Are You There, God? It's Me, Draco Harry and Draco are straight Aurors. Then they're gay teachers. It makes sense in context."Of course, they hadn't actually been holding hands. A melting hex cast by one of the spies had bound their wrists together by the skin, and neither of them had had time between briefings and debriefings to get to a Healer to get it fixed. Wizard press had never been particularly hampered by the burdens of proof and truth, however, and so the Evening Prophet headlines had screamed GAY AURORS IN LOVE and much had been made of the epic tale of Harry's and Draco's supposedly-former schoolboy enmity which had, in a long-standing tradition embraced by romance novel readers and writers everywhere, gradually morphed into a deep, passionate, frequently sweaty love." Post-OOTP, no spoilers for DH.

HP, End of the Line Hell was, Snape decided, a crowded railway platform. DH spoilers!

HL/Angel, Antiquaires, "In which there are quips, a book, a sword, an immortal who cannot die, an erstwhile rogue demon hunter, and an unknown quantity of scotch." Methos/Wesley.

Shrek, Snow White and the Treasures of Beauty Sleeping Beauty/Snow White. "It was strange having breakfast without the dwarves arrayed around her table, making as much noise as seven - now six - little men wanting to sound bigger than they were could. It was quiet here, with nothing but birdsong and a slight purring snore to emphasize the lack of song and noisy eating. She moved Beauty's head slightly to get to the toast, feeling her heart move in quite a new kind of tenderness."

SGA/Torchwood, A Ring in the Black Sea She did not pair with people of her own tribe, because that would cause conflict among them. She did not pair with her team for the same reason, although Rodney and Ronon--but not John, not for women, at least--were passionate men and would, she was sure, be willing. And she did not have time to seek a companion among the others on Atlantis. She still did not understand their exhausting sexual taboos. "Come," Teyla said. "Let us find a bed." Het and slash and sheer awesomeness!

SPN, And this is Home "The east block is the nicest. Dean hasn’t seen the cells in the other wings, but by his estimation they’ll either have crappy views or miss the sunlight entirely. His cell has a good view of the church and if you really crane your neck, when the sun rises, you can see the light glinting off the stained-glass windows; it’s like a ripple of ruby and emerald and sapphire. Dean prefers to stare out the window at that first thing rather than the blacktop wasteland of the exercise yard, listening to the creak of the link-chain fence that surrounds it." Gen.

Torchwood, The Supply of Time "Listen to me," Jack breathes in his ear. "You're not meant to be bachelor Uncle Ianto forever, alone with his young, secret lover until he dies. You're not meant to fall to a Weevil, or to come back to life again and again because I can't stand for anything else. Get out, Ianto, while we've had a good run that hasn't been spoiled by your stubborn refusal to see that things are finished, that you're done here."

Transformers/SPN More than Meets the Eye, Wincest. "The yellow robot was reaching down for them, and all of a sudden the Impala backed up a few paces, smacked her hood down and her doors shut, and then she was unfolding rapidly and standing up and up and up, gleaming black and silver, and she reached out and grabbed the yellow robot's hand before he could touch them. 'They're mine,' she said firmly." Now with fanart!

Transformers/SPN Look What My Baby Can Do "He’s stuck between instantaneous glee and horror, because Dean’s standing right next to the impala robot, and aren’t all giant car robots evil?" Gen.
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Clearing out my tabs. Many more bookmarked to go back to later. But for now...

Angel, Intervention With the Vampire "Angel, we're not judging you. We're concerned about you. We want to help you." She smiled at him again, and, really, this was getting scary. Had she always had that many teeth? "We think you have Seasonal Affective Disorder. You were a lot better in Pylea, with the sun." (Highly, highly amusing.)

Angel, Into the Woods Fred/Lilah. Sort of AU-ish, pre-series, in so far that Fred is working in Wolfram & Hart's library.

Buffy, Candygram! Worst Case Scenario Challenge, how to fend off a shark. In which Dawn is kick-ass and there is sushi.

Buffy, In the Bleak Midwinter Xander/Dawn. No, really. "I told you she thinks we're useless," Dawn says, kicking at a clump of snow as they walk down the sidewalk towards St. Catherine's. "Everyone else is out on a raid of the lair of the most dangerous vampires since prohibition, and we're looking for a life-size plaster baby Jesus stolen from a nativity scene."

Century Hotel, Best Man Spoilers for the David Hewlett bits of Century Hotel.

CSI, Stop Whispering Jillian Stokes thinks it's a good idea to retrieve a few things from Nick's townhouse. Post-Grave Danger. Nick/Greg.

Good Omens, A Hole in the Hedge "If anyone asked her, Pepper would say that she doesn't remember much about that time. She thinks it's better that way."

HCL, Groupie "Billy goes missing for a couple of days, though that's nothing unusual. He convinces himself that it's just one of Billy's stray cat things until Ox says something about having run into Billy at the fucking UBC art cinema, which, okay, what the fuck?" Mmm, HCL.

HP, Double Happiness Masala Lupin/Snape, nonmagical AU. "Severus had been told that the computing department would send someone to get rid of the virus that had gone through the pharmaceutical department like, well, like the disease it was described as. He disliked intensely the idea of anyone rummaging through his hard drive. But he especially disliked having Remus Lupin in his office."

HP, Society Pages "Honestly, Pansy," her mother said, just before biting down on a cream cake. "You're acting like you've never been betrothed before." Pansy Parksinson/Lavender Brown

HP, The Little Death Viktor/Cedric. Warnings at the top of the fic. Um, so not work-safe.

A Little Princess, Princesses Live Happily Ever After "Sara has discovered that listening to other people’s stories is even nicer than it is to tell her own. Becky swears loyally that Sara’s are always the best and although Sara knows that that can’t be true, Becky saying it gives her a funny, warm feeling in her chest."

Mr & Mrs Smith, Pushover "Oh, don't be such a baby," Jane said. "I'm really not sure about this," John said. Not work-safe, aka smut!

Narnia, Poleis Parts one and two of a WIP (part two linked at the end of part one.) "And that was how Edmund found himself the owner of a smooth-limbed eunuch."

QAF US, Brian Kinney Saves the Universe One morning as they were eating breakfast Brian set down the newspaper he was reading and said, "I should be a senator."

SGA, nine things john has loved and lost*
*and two things he's learning to trust will be there when he needs them
What the titles says. Awesome fic, and an interesting experiment with footnotes. (If I remember right, mouse over them to get a pop-up box with the footnote in it. May require some fiddling with settings if you use a pop-up blocker.)

SGA, Bell Curve 8/9 "On Sunday morning, Rodney woke up late and when he stumbled out of bed he found John sitting on the floor of the living room, the Los Angeles Times opened like newsprint butterfly, wings all over his floor as John methodically read every story out of the science and technology section. Rodney maybe fell in love with him but probably not, since Rodney had kind of been falling in love with John all of Saturday and for at least an hour on Friday while John was editing his thesis."

SGA, Cannonball Sweet little snippet about a heatwave and team bonding. ... Okay, that totally sounds smutty, but this one's completely gen, really!

SGA/Angel, Outward Bound Gunn/Ronon. "He was roughly twelve feet tall, with caramel skin and hazel-green eyes and the motherfucking sexiest sidearm that Gunn had ever seen, if a surface-to-air missile could qualify as a sidearm just because a twelve-foot-tall man strapped it to his thigh. He probably had Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, he looked sort of lost and childlike when he was forced to quit patrolling and come inside with people, and he ate oatmeal with his fingers."

SGA/Father Ted Major Ted “What about M8R-271?” Elizabeth asked. “M8R-271?” His hands were back in his lap, fidgeting again. “The planet where Sergeant Doyle forced an entire village to drink her tea. At gunpoint.” Hee. I love [livejournal.com profile] sga_fusion.

SGA fanart, a seasonal little cartoon.

SV, teaser for the end of Visiting Hours LUTHOR HEIR VICTIM OF HATE CRIME By Lois Lane, Staff Reporter

Stargate Wallpaper Database, including SGA, SG-1, and the original movie.

[livejournal.com profile] femslash_today is a multifandom weekly newsletter for--what else?--femslash, yay!

The Straight Dude's Guide to Brokeback Mountain. "This necessarily presents a dilemma: how to make her happy and endure your first gay-themed movie where guys actually make out on a very big screen right in front of your face? And that’s where I come in. I’m a red-blooded American male homosexual movie critic who’s already seen “Brokeback Mountain.” And I could just tell you how great the film is, that it’s really powerful and moving and all that, but that isn’t what you want to hear. So I have some viewing tips for you, my straight brothers. I promise I’m only here to help..."

Here's a current Funky Winkerbean plot arc about comics and censorship.

From one of my daily web comics, Catharsis, Sometimes holiday cookies go horribly, terrifyingly wrong.

Liebrary. Like Balderdash, but with books.

From Library Land, a blog post about the pros and cons of Library Elf, which lets you track multiple personal library accounts, and sends email remindesr about your overdues.
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Whole bunch of stuff here, mostly fic recs, but with various and sundry bits and pieces thrown in.

Here's an interview with the actress who played Cadman in the SGA ep "Duet." Interesting tidbit in here about that scene with the sheet...

And lovely little Duet Teyla snippet.

Chaos Theory is SGA fic all with the AUs and alternate selfs, and much fun.

Like Running Through Water As far as McKay was concerned, John was a really nifty remote control for Ancient toys. Some great, sharp Rodney characterization here.

And oh dear, Rodney and phone sex do not make a good combination.

And I Would Be is SGA flashfic for the skirting challenge, and hurts, in the good way. Faggots don't fly.

[livejournal.com profile] rageprufrock has updated her
website
, including some spiffy Bruno & Boots slash, and her SGA AU Hindsight, which is now finished and no longer a WIP.

The Firstlings of the Flock, Good Omens fic in which vegetarianism does not sit well with Crowley.

Some very sparse and lyrical (shut up, the words made sense together in my head) Pirates of the Caribbean fic as recced on [livejournal.com profile] crack_van here.

Ditto for this QAF fic, Growing Up Kinney. Gus is a teenager. And you try finding seating for (let alone explaining) his extended family come graduation.

The Futility of Duty is Due South, Bob-centric fic.

More DS with the post-series Gladly Beyond. All the trademark quirky humour of Due South dead-on, plus some fantastic Ray and Fraser characterization. Especially the bit with the red button.

And look! HCL fic! Honesty is Overrated captures Billy and Joe very succinctly, and ends with the perfect last line.

There's a complete Buffy box set coming out. The bastards.

If you're at all interested you've probably seen it already, but here are the SGA season two opening credits that Sci-Fi cuts when the episode airs. They're kind of disappointing, actually. Very blue.

The German covers for HP and the Half-Blood Prince are spoilerific, but I think the art's cool.

Newspaper editorial gacked from [livejournal.com profile] carlanime, a mother's reflections

Incredibly amazing street art.

Hee, a blog dedicated to the misuse of kanji in Western culture. Hand warmer and Air Conditioner indeed.

And always, there are fannish politics, namely the individual who's asking people to pay her so she can stay at home and write fanfic. An articulate and intelligent response from lj user="cesperanza"> here. I particularily liked:
This isn't fandom. Fandom is not--in my opinion, and despite the constant whining, worried, self-justifying quotes in mediocre newspaper articles--merely a "training ground" for professional writing. Yes, many fan writers become pro-writers, and many people find their writing skills improve as a result of writing fanfic, etc., which is terrific and makes me happy: you go, guys!! Similarly, many fan writers are already pro writers, or English majors, or publishing people, or journalists, or technical writers, or college professors, or--shock!--avid and involved readers, who'd'a thunk. But I believe that that's not why they're fanwriters, and if it IS why they're fanwriters, i.e. purely as a steppingstone to somewhere else, then they're not really in the fannish community


Photos from Animethon are up, and all I can sya is they made Mark a costume with breasts again. And [livejournal.com profile] nekosei has assorted vids he's done on his website, including con opening vids, etc. (I especially like the SakuraCon 2005 vid ([livejournal.com profile] ming_lei and [livejournal.com profile] danmatakizawa as pocky addicts!), and the Animethon 12 AMV opener...)

The Booker award shortlist has been announced. I have not read any of them--oh, no, I lie. I started Never Let You Go, but once I knew the premise, was completely uninterested in finishing the book. (YMMV, especially if you like creepy dystopic concept-driven SF stories.)

And if that isn't enough for you, airborne cats and Stuff on my Cat.
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Library stuff:

School libraries underfunded: StatsCan "Poorly funded and understaffed school libraries are strikes against learning in the information age, said a Statistics Canada report released on Wednesday." (I could have told you that...)

Highlights from the BCLA Library Technicians and Assistants Interest Group (LTAIG) 2005 LTAIG Canadian Library Support Staff Survey are available here. The full survey should be up by summer.

The Urban Libraries Program looks like a cool idea: "To recruit and educate a diverse library
workforce using theory and hands-on work experiences in libraries throughout the community."

Fannish stuff:

Transcendental by [livejournal.com profile] astolat is more long, plotty SGA fic (I should really watch an ep or two...)

A gen House ficlet, Aftermath. Wilson, after sorting job application with House.

I'm reccing HCL for [livejournal.com profile] crack_van this month. Oh, the nostalgia!

Completely miscellaneous: The Time Traveler's Convention is a very cool idea.

And for now, that is all.
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What with the whole general busy-ness and trip to Edmonton this weekend, I was almost a week behind on lj come Monday. And after spending most of the evening catching up, I have more than twenty open tabs.

(dumps a slew of links into lj)

Here's an interesting news article on accessibility from one of my library lists, Visually impaired struggle with smart machines.

Also, a New York Times article on how Nancy Drew is becoming a graphic novel. (You can go to bugmenot if you don't want to register to view it.)

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, Why Didn't I Get Hired, which is pretty much about academic libraries.

Tack-O-Rama is all fifties-style clip art and images, and is something that I think [livejournal.com profile] mimisgrotto would enjoy.

[livejournal.com profile] simplelyric posted
a selection of poems
from The Hell with Love: Poems to Mend a Broken Heart.

There's a new lj group for Twitch City, [livejournal.com profile] twitchcity,
which has resulted in the first season and the first ep of the second being available for download here. Also, Twitch City recs here.

Black Book is Ilyria/Dawn fic, and makes fantastic use of Buffy-verse mythology.

And a DS/HCL xover featuring Joe as a guiding angel.

Pathogenesis and Intervention by Shalott is House/Wilson fic, and clever, with funny bits.

[livejournal.com profile] queenzulu is posting about truly bad fic.

And though I've only had time to glace at it,
The Darth Side: Memoirs of a Monster, Journal of Darth Vader, Lord of the Sith and Servant to His Supreme Excellency the Emperor Palpatine
looks highly amusing.

I've been sending off job applications. I still need to do three more, but the postings don't close for any of them until the end of next week at the earliest, and one of them needs letters of reference I'm still waiting to hear back about. Also, must send off general letter to pricate school libraries.

Sigh.

Instead, I am going to poke at Alice/Nancy fic, and write angst and misunderstanding. (Poor Nancy...) I suspect this is why I couldn't get any further in the charmingly-titled "tiw-nancy-slash.txt." It's gotta be angsty, dammit! And is going to be longer than I'd originally thought. Hopefully, I'll actually finish it. Heh.
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Your random link-y things of the evening:

Woo-hoo! Fingersmith by Sarah Waters is going to be a BBC miniseries!

Also on the BBC's site, Lend Me Your Ears, on the sounds of Victorian England.

There's a new anime version of the classic shoujo manga The Glass Mask. Trailer here.

And an excerpt of Neil Gamain's new book Anansi Boys is up on his website.

Anyone who's interested has probably already seen the Hugo nominees, but I thought I'd link 'em anyhow.

[livejournal.com profile] queenzulu, look! Suitably fun and campy Nancy Drew slash, The Secret of the Squeaky Springs! (Also, the two HCL fic [livejournal.com profile] troutkitty mentioned tonight were Graven Image, and the Billy's mom/Billy's Sunday school teacher one is What The Meek Inherit.)

This one's for [livejournal.com profile] chaleur23: veggie-zombie!

Speaking of zombies, this is the fic I was telling [livejournal.com profile] queenzulu about in the car last night, Things To Do in Orlando When You're Dead. RPS, explicit slash, and, um, sort of cannibalism? If none of the aforementioned bothers you, it's howlingly funny.

For something almost as amusing but much, um, cleaner, try this summary of Dracula:

MEANWHILE, BACK IN WHITBY, ENGLAND
Luca Westenra: I am teh hott. All teh dudez dig me.
Dr Seward: Liekwhoa Lucy!
Quincey Morris: Liekwhoa Lucy!
Arthur Holmwood: Liekwhoa Lucy!
Mina Murray: Liekwhoa Lu--
Lucy: SSHHH, they're not supposed to know about that! This is a Victorian novel, we have a DEEP, MEANINGFUL, WOMANLY FRIENDSHIP!
Mina: Sorry. Dude, where's my fiance?

Heh.

Finally, this is where I get the yummy chesnut cream coffee. (Which I forgot to pick up when I was there today. Dammit.)
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Cathing up on lj. Reading fic.

Escape, BTVS, Warren/Ethan

HCL/DCU? Good lord. Crime-Fighting Vigilante Punks, with some more here.

Sunday's Child by [livejournal.com profile] dsudis is NOT Daria fic, as I originally said, but is Due South fic. (Thanks, [livejournal.com profile] queenzulu! Oops...)

Full of Woe is Daria fic. Hence the earlier confusion. But, Daria fic! Yay! (Though there were several good ones posted on last year's Yuletide challenge, they seem to have taken down last year's stuff. Sigh.)

Like Describing the Alphabet, Firefly fic. Mal/Jayne. Whee, lots of fun!
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I believe I promised links. So here's the fanfic side of what I've been reading lately.

Mweh. Dark is Rising/Harry Potter crossover. Makes me very happy.

And on the oh-dear-god side of things, first, there's this fun bit of fluff, Queer Eye for the Spike Guy, which is amusing if occasionally makes no sense. And then there's the Joe, You Ignorant Slut crossover challenge. This is me, falling off my chair with much amusement and no little amount of terror. Not in the least because I'm contemplating HCL/Firefly, Joe/Jayne. (C'mon, [livejournal.com profile] queenzulu, I dare you to shock me with a pairing for this!)

And speaking of which, then there's [livejournal.com profile] lynnmonster's Ego Collision, a DS/HCL xover. Mmmmm. Happy me. Then there's [livejournal.com profile] sister_wolf's insane Hippy & Punk: The Amazing Adventures of Blair & Joe.
Part I: Location: Somewhere over Canadian soil
Part II: Location: Somewhere in the Canadian wilderness
Part III: Location: Outside the Secret Lair of the Bad Guys
Part IV: Location: Inside the Secret Lair of the Bad Guys
It's now crossed over with assorted other fandoms, including XF. Happy me, once again!

Also, there's now two lj communities for slashing Gordon Korman books. *snerk* Go check out [livejournal.com profile] exaltedkarpoozi and [livejournal.com profile] scrimmettes. However, be warned, things that bring me great glee may horrify others. Mwaha.
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Tagged along with [livejournal.com profile] troutkitty and [livejournal.com profile] jestyna and [livejournal.com profile] chaleur23 for their IFWA subgroup meeting, mostly because it was a waste of time to meet on-campus for supper and pay for parking, leave, drive home, then an hour and a half later turn around and drive back to get them. I took a book.

(book) )

Anyhow, things were rather silly tonight. [livejournal.com profile] chaleur23 flashed [livejournal.com profile] troutkitty four times in the bathroom! (She was flicking the light switch.) And I will spare [livejournal.com profile] jestyna and not tell you what she said in front of the parking-lot attendant.

And I should post my results of the writing exercise I did. Too tired to type it out now. Later.

Found a new HCL LJ community. [livejournal.com profile] groupsession! Yay! Just as I was being vaguely angsty and proclaiming myself a fandom orphan.

Want to take this course, but don't have $238 to spare. Thhhhhbt.
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Need to catch up on fannishness going on. (Need to finish one of the four or five This is Wonderland fic I've started in the past month. Heh.) Need to fiddle with icons since I'm vaguely bored of my current ones. Cannot justify getting paid account JUST for extra icons right now. Damn my randomly occuring sensible streak.

I was considering just saying to hell with it and posting the DS/HCL xover that's ben mostly done for several years now. I've filled in the missing bits lately. But it still feels vaguely uneven and I'm not entirely happy with it. (Even though I found out that Aukestrel already did Joe/Fraser, I, er, still like my version better. Because it's not quite as nice.)

[livejournal.com profile] afrai is randomly writing a Smallville/Discworld crossover thing. It looks something like this. Annnd it seems to be friends-locked. Oops. So just go and read her other fanfic. because, hey, very cool Good Omens and Discworld slash.

HCL/TS? I was much amused by this Canadian shack crossover. But then again, I would be. And if you haven't seen the original Canadian Shack challenge... 101 stories by thirty writers in sixty-two fandoms. (One of which is Jeeves and Wooster, incidentally.) Go read.

While I'm linking, the Little Black Dress challenge aka Kryecek in crossover land, and many others including the MAry Sue challenge live on Te's challenge page here. (Because everyone has to read Tangerine Fairchild's License to Kill. "Hogwarts, check, makeover, check. Oh *crap*-- I'm late for catching the serial killer.")

Speaking of which, this is fandom.
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This week's quote from Rick Mercer's Monday Report (may not be exact):

"The Supreme Court has ruled that spanking does not violate the charter of rights and freedoms. That's all well and good, but I really think the Supreme Court should stay out of the nation's bedrooms."

Hee. And This is Wonderland continues to impress me. Love Nancy, the intern-type-person. They're showing an extra ep on Sun next week. Not sure if this is a good sign for the show or not...

[livejournal.com profile] troutkitty and I armed ourselves with bbq cornchips and wild cherry Coke tonight (because that was the designated snackfood of HCL fic writing when we first met) and rewatched HCL. The end goal is, of course, to get a certain couple of fics finished and posted. Because they've only been, y'know, all but done, for the past three frickin' years. And I keep saying that, but this time, really, I will post something.

Random thoughts:

- Aw! Slashy! Slashy! Hee! (but besides that...)

- Tiffany, uncredited red-haired girl who interviewed them early on, is not only the lead in Better than Chocolate but as also in an ep or two of Due South. She was one of the two snotty schoolgirls in "Some Like it Red," for one.

- In the acid trip scene, is that Bucky's wife Naomi smearing blood on his chest? Because I always thought it was. But Barb said she thought it was a guy.

- "How'd you get this... sexy scar on your hand?" "Oh, I, fell on a case of empties." You just know there's a story there.

- There's very little said on the commentary around the "Joe fucked Billy up the ass" scene. Must go read Hard Core Roadshow again.

- There's a very brief clip of Joe with the gun to his temple mid-acid-trip scene. And he keeps making these gun-to-the-head signs with his first two fingers all through the last concert.

- Don't know how many band houses there ARE in Edmonton. Must check with more music-scene-involved friends.

- I wonder how many HCL fans in the states were completely baffled by "Edmonton Block Heater." It's been recently brought to my attention that a great many people live in places where they don't need to plug their cars in over the winter. Lucky bastards.

There was more, I'm sure of it. But am suffering from massive low-blood-sugar headache, even after eating. Grrr. I know better, I do. Stupid self for not eating something sooner. Blergh.

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