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So, we're all writing fic for Inglourious Basterds, right? And those footnotes for sentences in foreign language are annoying? Here's how you make a quickinfo pop up - just keep your mouse hovering over text, and a Translation should appear. Test:
"Hab dich lieb."
La musica della parole!
Pretty cool, eh? Link can stay blank, or you can link to a second lj-cut with the footnotes.
I am so smart. linndechir , tell me I'm smart.
Her fault I came up with this - her fic has, like, 18 footnotes? Whoo.
EDIT: She is also being lazy and not using this. :-P Bytch.
Rating: PG-13 for naked Nazis.
WARNING: SLASH as in illicit gay=homosexual relations. Stiglitz/Hellstrom.
Summary: 1938. Hugo Stiglitz and his best friend from childhood days, Dieter Hellstrom, share a rare, peaceful night.
( Kirschsaft )
One thousand left... goodness me. Wish me luck...
EDIT: I came to class one hour late, but with my shiny printed paper. GOSH that was close.... >_<
Next time, I won't write it in the night before... then again, I said so last time, too.... ^^;;;
Your result for The D&D Alignment Test...
This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar.
So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.
Chaos and Neutrality in a nutshell:
-Chaotic characters tend to be spontaneous and disorganized. They tend to dislike authority and they live by their own rules.
-In regard to good vs. evil, neutral characters tend to be somewhat selfish. They do not have a strong will to do the right thing, but they do have a conscience.
"The Free Spirit"
You are a loose cannon, like my good friend Zaphod, pictured below.
You are unreliable and quirky, but fun loving and spontaneous. You may be self centered and occasionally obnoxious, but you're not a bad person overall. People who can stand you are usually amused by your antics.
Mkay, and the official test on the D&D website confirmed it too... O_o
*guilty* I'll... just go back to writing my analysis paper then.... *whistles innocently and sneaks off*
It's snowing, and I have a completely classfree day on thursday: my three hours spanish are off, because the btw incredibly awesome Lloth-bless-her-little-cotton-socks teacher is on some conference in southern Spain. AND I just got a mail my Listening/Speaking English class teacher has fallen sick, thus making an entirely free day for me whoo!
Now what to do, what to do...
Spanish, btw, is very awesome indeed. She is Competent, Funny, AND she teaches us an awful lot. But boy do we have homework X_X
In Vampires and Science Fiction classes, I get to read works such as Christabel (lesbian pr0n-pwnage), Dracula (of course), Byron&Polidori (UST-slash writers ;-), Dune - yes, THE Dune, Marge Piercy's Woman on the Edge of Time, and all such things. AND I get to pump mommy for book money, because it /is/ for the Holy Studies ^_^
...what else? Death Gate Cycle is teh awesomeness, but Artemis Entreri still owns my
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3. Put this in your lj so I can tell you what I think of you?
Which of the Thirteen Division Captains (from Bleach) are you?
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|You scored as Komamura Sajin|
You're Komamura Sajin, Captain of the Seventh Division!
Your friends are very important to you. In fact, if one of them becomes distant, you will definitely find out what's wrong and try to fix it. Despite this dedication to your friends, you might hide things from them, and from everyone in general, because you fear that you might be rejected for some aspect of who you really are.
There was an annotation:
* There are many vampire movies in which this trick works remarkably well: in Son of Dracula (1943), Count 'Alucard' travels to the southern USA to marry a disturbed woman who wants to be immortal; in Dracula's Last Rites (1979), vampire Dr A. Lucard runs a mortuary, which keeps him well-stocked with fresh bodies. The same trick occurs in Dracula: the Series (1990), and the films Dr Terror's Galaxy of Horrors (1966) and Dracula: the Dirty Old Man (1969).
Hellsing's vampire ALUCARD, anyone? And no, I was fooled. I did NOT realize it was Dracula backwards in all the 10 episodes I saw, and only after reading that footnote, a lightbulb flickered to life *headdesks*
Fail, or what?
Yes, this is going to be a What-Were-You-Thinking-When-You-Wrote-
Dear old RAS, with his innocent American family, may write things like "Entreri wanted Drizzt Do'Urden." Without clarifying that he actually means, hem-hem, battle. Or Artemis' flirtatious: "Must I be punished?", or the constant use of the word "desire".
Cute, pure-minded Salvatore. *snickers*
But srsly. Anime? Manga? The original author may even place hints on purpose, to attract rabid yaoi-fangirls who'll buy the comics and the DVDs and the merchandise.After all, a centimeter of paper less not-separating, for instance, Byakuya and Renji, is going to inspire Ficcage - and fanfics are free advertising.
But scanlators do their job for free. I can understand that a fansubber/scanlator may also be a yaoi fangirl or fanboy. And English is practically inviting double-meanings.
Death Note. Light, aka Kira, thinking:
THAT'S FINE, NEAR; IF YOU WANT TO COME OUT, I'LL COME OUT TOO.
AND WHEN WE SETTLE THIS MATTER, WE WILL SEE WHO'S MORE PREPARED AND WHO'S ON TOP...
Now, L I could understand. But... Near? That cheap replacement, that little piece of *GRAH*...
And on this page, the pairing Light/Near was spawned. -_- Thanks, Scanlator-Translator. You should have known better dammit.
see above link for reference... The commentator is right! Oh dear.
Shakespeare DID write RPF, real person fanfic. Henry VIII lived.
.... am mindfucked. Especially because it's logically correct.