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A compilation of icons from non-Daily arenas:

United States of Tara: 11
The Sarah Jane Adventures: 11
Revolutionary Girl Utena: 5
Krazy Kat: 10
Mina And The Count: 5
Hellsing: 4
Miscellaneous Fandoms: 11
Politics & Religion: 6
Other: 9

Total: 72. All free for use; just credit [personal profile] ptahrrific. Table code courtesy of this generator.

The vote of our God subcommittee is 10-8 in favor of one god, with two abstentions. )
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Snagged from [livejournal.com profile] tehlobster:

Post the first lines from each of your 25 most recent fanfic pieces and try to find a pattern.

Under the cut... )

(What say the rest of you? Any thoughts? Observations? Blatantly obvious patterns that you can't believe I haven't spotted, already?)
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50 sentences, using Theme Set Gamma over at [livejournal.com profile] 1sentence.

Krazy Kat, by George Herriman, is a gorgeous and poetic comic strip from the 1940s. Bill Watterson of Calvin and Hobbes has cited it as one of his biggest influences.

It is impossible to explain all the nuances, but in brief, Ignatz (the mouse) throws bricks at Krazy (the cat), which Krazy (who is in love with Ignatz) takes as a sign of love (there's an actual reason for this, but it's not terribly important).

Herriman writes half the text of the comic in this crazy mixed-up quasi-Creole patois. I attempted it in some of the dialogue, but mostly I didn't even try.

Mirrored on the AO3.

Title: There Is A Happy Land
Fandom: Krazy Kat
Rating: G for the lot
Disclaimer: Were that these were mine; but no, that honor belongs to Geo. Herriman.



When a denizen of Coconino yells 'Run!', Krazy has learned to stand stock-still, because it means that Ignatz is aiming. )

Meme!

Jul. 15th, 2008 02:57 pm
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If you happen to be working on some creative writing project, fanfiction or NaNoWriMo or what have you, post exactly one sentence/paragraph/whatever from each of your current work(s) in progress in your journal. It should probably be your favourite or most intriguing sentence so far, but what you choose is entirely your discretion. Mention the title (and genre) if you like, but don’t mention anything else — this is merely to whet the general appetite for your forthcoming work(s).

I did this for the comics, mixes, and fic I have in progress. There are kind of a lot of these.

The result is over on my blog ([livejournal.com profile] erinptah); follow the fake cut!

( Starring characters from fake news, Hellsing, Doctor Who, Strangers With Candy, Krazy Kat, Marimite, The Ambiguously Gay Duo, and The Lord of the Rings, not necessarily in that order. )

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