sinfulslasher
30 January 2017 @ 08:45 am
zackquinto

Thank you, Zachary Quinto.

If you feel helpless or aren't in the US to easily join protests or marches, donate to the ACLU. I did. Every damn dollar counts these days.

Or do what someone I know did (before the Muslim Ban, when everyone was "only" up in arms about the abortion stuff):

I was angry at Donald Trump and so I donated $35 to Planned Parenthood as a gift in his name. Then I put the White House address as the 'notification recipient address' so they will mail him a Thank You card. Everybody else who is angry today should donate as well (the minimum you can donate is $5 so if you're angry but also poor, you should be able to still help) : www.plannedparenthood.org/donate

This? Is awesome trolling that helps at the same time. Kudos to Sarah for doing this.
 
 
Current Mood: determined
 
 
sinfulslasher
20 January 2017 @ 12:00 pm
ahs inauguration

Clearly, the scariest season yet.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] elrhiarhodan for finding this. [Source]

Time travellers of the world? Now would be a good time to climb into those machines of yours... *prays for the entire world to survive this*
 
 
Current Mood: cranky
 
 
sinfulslasher
26 August 2014 @ 03:49 am
The Normal Heart won ONE Emmy.

Just. A. Single. One.

Are you fucking kidding me???

I am so incensed right now, I could scream. In fact, I did scream at my laptop when Matty lost. HE WAS ROBBED. Hell, everyone (except maybe Julia Roberts - I did favor Kathy Bates) was robbed.

And you could see Matty's disappointment when the "winner" was announced. I just wanted to reach through my screen and smish him.

FU, Emmy assholes. Eff. Yoo.

I don't know why they're so obsessed with Sherlock (of all things! *shudders*) but this year more than ever, they fucking missed the opportunity to reward and honor something very special. Something very important. I guess I should be thankful that they recognized The Normal Heart as Best TV Movie. Pardon me for not feeling very thankful right now. *fumes* (to be honest, I was convinced that this one would also go to Sherlock, because, hey, it's totally a TV Movie and not a Mini-Series, right??? *fumes some more*)

JFC.

Going to rage myself to sleep now... (Can't believe I stayed up to watch this trainwreck.)
 
 
 
sinfulslasher
20 May 2013 @ 06:38 pm
So, I'm working my way through all the feedback that kind readers left on my MMOM fics...

...and I'm suddenly thinking, "Hey, waitaminit, I already responded to this!"

And then I'm thinking, "Why's there suddenly an obvious response from me posted as comment to my own entry?!

And then I'm thinking, "Why are there only four comments (two of them from yours truly!) when gmail tells me there should be ten pieces of feedback?!"

Fuck you, LJ. You've deleted/lost/otherwise got rid of comments to my entries! I have no clue how far back this goes, because I began responding to feedback for my fic posted on May 7 (!!!) and I don't want to double-check even older posts. Either way, you suck, LJ. SUCK!

So, apologies to anyone who receives any responses again. I just want to be courteous and thank everyone for leaving feedback, and if LJ makes it look as if I haven't yet...well, prepare to be spammed. *helpless shrug*

I'm just glad that I use gmail to archive all of my feedback so I can go back and reread the kind comments there...since apparently LJ is completely incapable of leaving my entries alone. *fumes*
 
 
Current Mood: infuriated
 
 
sinfulslasher
03 March 2012 @ 10:58 pm
Best. Reaction. Ever.

I think everyone in the NCIS fandom knows or at least has heard about the uproar, especially on FB, regarding Dorneget, a recurring character that turned out to be gay.

I'm not gonna go into any details here, y'all know what I'm talking about.

Anyway, here's the most awesometastic reaction ever. An open letter. A BRILLIANT open letter.

If you don't much care for the review of  "Need to Know" (though it's funny and raises a few interesting questions, most notably about the absence of Jimmy Palmer), just fast forward to about five minutes in. That's where the open letter starts.

 
 
Current Mood: pleased
 
 
sinfulslasher
I feel a bit like Tony, who counts it as success when he's not accused of committing murder for a whole year.

Granted, it's a bit different in my case, but still.

I've just been accused of plagiarism by someone named "drtib". I don't even know that person. I also don't know which story I've allegedly plagiarized, or, as she (I'm assuming it's a she) puts it: "You stole my story and converted it into a laughable example of imitation mediocrity."

Well, yes.

When I replied and asked for clarification (for my own amusement mostly, because seriously, with my Muses, there's no need to steal anyone's ideas), I was still not told which story we're talking about here. Instead, I was called "scum." I was also informed that I've been "exposed" to my "ex-readers". And, of course, "everyone is laughing at [me] behind [my] back."

I sincerely hope nobody's pulling any muscles whilst guffawing.

So, to all of my ex-readers out there: It was good knowing you. Please feel free to drop by again once you realize that this drtib person really has their head up their...buttocks. (Honestly? I don't think any of my readers actually believe any of these accusations. For starters, they wouldn't know which story we're talking about here...! LOL!)

I'd be only too happy to look at the presumably ripped off story, if for no other reason than to figure out where the accused stealing took place. Too bad I'm not being given the pertinent information to go look. One can only wonder why.

(I don't remember who said it, but basically, there are only seven original story ideas in the world. Try not finding potential similarities when looking at thousands of fanfics. Doesn't mean anyone stole anything from anyone else. *eyeroll*)

I'd also like to point out--as some of my (maybe now ex-)readers from the good ol' X Files days might remember--that I was the victim of a very nasty plagiarism case years ago. For more info, see here. So the whole concept of plagiarism is a very touchy subject for me. Being accused of stealing anyone's story without proof or even the courtesy of naming the darn story in the first place therefore makes me feel...annoyed.

I was going to try and start writing my [livejournal.com profile] ncis_ficathon  story today, but for some reason, I'm not in the mood anymore. Who knows, I'd probably only end up stealing someone's idea again anyway. /sarcasm
 
 
Current Mood: pissed off
 
 
sinfulslasher
I feel a bit like Tony, who counts it as success when he's not accused of committing murder for a whole year.

Granted, it's a bit different in my case, but still.

I've just been accused of plagiarism by someone named "drtib". I don't even know that person. I also don't know which story I've allegedly plagiarized, or, as she (I'm assuming it's a she) puts it: "You stole my story and converted it into a laughable example of imitation mediocrity."

Well, yes.

When I replied and asked for clarification (for my own amusement mostly, because seriously, with my Muses, there's no need to steal anyone's ideas), I was still not told which story we're talking about here. Instead, I was called "scum." I was also informed that I've been "exposed" to my "ex-readers". And, of course, "everyone is laughing at [me] behind [my] back."

I sincerely hope nobody's pulling any muscles whilst guffawing.

So, to all of my ex-readers out there: It was good knowing you. Please feel free to drop by again once you realize that this drtib person really has their head up their...buttocks. (Honestly? I don't think any of my readers actually believe any of these accusations. For starters, they wouldn't know which story we're talking about here...! LOL!)

I'd be only too happy to look at the presumably ripped off story, if for no other reason than to figure out where the accused stealing took place. Too bad I'm not being given the pertinent information to go look. One can only wonder why.

(I don't remember who said it, but basically, there are only seven original story ideas in the world. Try not finding potential similarities when looking at thousands of fanfics. Doesn't mean anyone stole anything from anyone else. *eyeroll*)

I'd also like to point out--as some of my (maybe now ex-)readers from the good ol' X Files days might remember--that I was the victim of a very nasty plagiarism case years ago. For more info, see here. So the whole concept of plagiarism is a very touchy subject for me. Being accused of stealing anyone's story without proof or even the courtesy of naming the darn story in the first place therefore makes me feel...annoyed.

I was going to try and start writing my [livejournal.com profile] ncis_ficathon  story today, but for some reason, I'm not in the mood anymore. Who knows, I'd probably only end up stealing someone's idea again anyway. /sarcasm
 
 
Current Mood: pissed off