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Nov. 15th, 2009 @ 12:31 pm It's what's for Christmas
Current Mood: geeky
Current Music: Dandy Warhols - I Am a Scientist

Or how about this one? http://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/rfkholiday09/catalog_items/99702
Thanks to [info]merrilily
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Sep. 17th, 2009 @ 05:37 pm Abmarkan'es [Buoyancy] - A Sequel to Zahvan t'Masu
Title: Abmarkan'es
Authors: diane_kepler and proudcockatrice
Fandom: Star Trek TOS
Characters: Spock/OMC, other original characters
Length: ~22,000 words
Rating: NC-17 on most planets
Warnings: Smut, more smut, Romulan expletives, faggotry, Orions (hey, Orions deserve their own warning!)
Summary: Sequel to Zahvan T'Masu. [On gDocs | On BS] Spock is reunited with Starek. Sleep-deprived cultural misunderstandings, snowballing adventures in gossip warfare, and angry Andorian chiurgeons ensue.
Notes: Mouse over non-English text for translations. Follow the link for more keplerian trek p0rn, including other stories in this series. Soundtracks are here.
Disclaimer: Srsly, folks, we only wish we were as awesome as Gene Rodenberry. We don't own it, and we are not profiting from it.

[ Read it in a single document, on gDocs, or chaptered, at Blogspot. ]

X-posted liek woah. Sorry if we carpet-bombed your friends page.
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Aug. 19th, 2009 @ 11:35 pm [FIC] Zahvan T'Masu (A Taste of Water)
Title: Zahvan T'Masu
Authors: [info]proudcockatrice  and [info]diane_kepler
Length: ~30 000 wds
Ratings: Terran: NC-17 / Vulcan: pidik riolozhikaik / Romulan: eaha
Characters: Spock/OMC, OFC
Summary: A smooth-talking Romulan starship pirate seduces a young Starfleet officer.
Warnings: angst, epic teasing, miscegenation, alien peen, tragedy, romance, naked lust, highfalutin' language, Vulcan pick-up lines, Vulcan sex-talk, political machinations, and way too many references to Dangerous Liaisons.
Disclaimer: Paramount owns Spock and his dad Sarek. Starek, T'Nis and everything else is all us, baby.
Acknowledgements: Vielen, vielen dank to everybody over at the Vulcan Language Dictionary and the Vulcan Language Institute over at the Star Trek Online Geekipedia.

BS: [Prologue | I | II | III | IV | V | VI | VII | VIII | IX | X]
gDocs: Entire

In either location, mousing over words and phrases in Vulcan will provide float-text translations.
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May. 23rd, 2009 @ 11:00 am X-Posted Spock T-Shirt Design
Spock Out
I recently designed this t-shirt. Though some Spock fans out there might be into it.
Available on RedBubble
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Alien Babe
Jun. 23rd, 2008 @ 05:25 pm 107 Spock icons
100 icons completed in record time (that's a SLOWNESS record) for st_100, plus 7 extras.


The rest can logically be found at my icon journal here.
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TOS ⇒ Crew ⇒ Spectre rotated
May. 29th, 2008 @ 11:58 pm TOS director died
PALM DESERT, California (AP) -- Joseph Pevney, who directed some of the best-loved episodes of the original "Star Trek" television series, has died. He was 96.

Pevney died May 18 at his home in Palm Desert, said his wife, Margo.

Pevney directed 14 episodes of the 1960s series, including "The City on the Edge of Forever," in which Capt. Kirk and Spock travel back in time to the Depression, and "The Trouble With Tribbles," in which the starship Enterprise is infested with cute, furry creatures.

Pevney loved the series, said his son, Jay.

"He was surprised at the longevity of it because it was not a popular series at the time; it hit its real popularity (in syndication) after it was over," he said.

Pevney directed with precision and was highly organized "but he was very relaxed -- in fact, jovial -- in the way he directed," said George Takei, who played Sulu. "I enjoyed working with him."

Pevney had made his movie debut playing a killer in 1946's "Nocturne." As an actor, he made several other film noir appearances but then turned to directing with 1950's "Shakedown."

Pevney went on to direct more than 35 films, including two memorable movies from 1957: "Man of a Thousand Faces," which starred James Cagney as silent star Lon Chaney, and "Tammy and the Bachelor," a romantic comedy starring Debbie Reynolds that spawned her No. 1 hit record, "Tammy."

In the 1960s and '70s Pevney turned to television, directing dozens of episodes of series such as "Wagon Train," "Fantasy Island," "The Incredible Hulk" and "Trapper John, M.D."

He retired in 1985.

Born in 1911 in New York, Pevney began his entertainment career as a boy soprano in vaudeville. For several years in the 1930s and '40s, he acted in or directed Broadway productions. He came to Los Angeles after serving in the Army in World War II.
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Apr. 28th, 2007 @ 01:26 pm (no subject)
So, I was looking at my previous entries, and I realized that my latest one wasn't there... and then that I had in fact posted in the wrong place. AH!

As it turns out, I thought I had a userpic with the title 'i love spock" and I wasn't paying attention when I posted.

So if you read my post about the Boston Brass, sorry! During lunch we did make the "live long and prosper" sign at each other... but never specifically mentioned our adoration of Spock . So yeah.... again, SORRY!
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Sep. 17th, 2006 @ 03:25 pm (no subject)
It occurred to me I should share this around. It's Spock, Jim, but not as we know him - over at my journal.
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TOS ⇒ Crew ⇒ Spectre rotated