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Background Noise: AFI - Prelude 12/21
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24 May 2017 @ 12:00 am
Band of Brothers
The following is an archive of the fanfiction I have written for the HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers." Some links go to my personal LJ, some go to camp_toccoa, and some go to ihave_no_idea.
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*Denotes a title taking place within the Big Damn AU of Doomverse.


Reservoir Dogs
The following is an archive of the fanfiction I have written for the Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs. All links stay within my personal LJ.
Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle with you...Collapse )


Generation Kill
The following is an archive of the fanfiction I have written for the HBO miniseries "Generation Kill." All links go to generation_kill, which is a Friend Locked Community. In order to read these fics, you will have to become a member.
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(list is still undergoing construction)
Status: accomplishedaccomplished
Background Noise: Coldplay - Violet Hill
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09 August 2011 @ 07:58 pm
...I still have one of these, don't I?
Status: tiredtired
Background Noise: "How It's Made" on the Science Channel
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27 September 2010 @ 01:58 pm
Hey folks, just letting everyone know that I'm okay and not dead yet. If you want to get in touch with me, find me on Twitter. I'm m_buggie there, too. Hope all are well. Peace out.
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Right so I guess it's about time that I explained the post from last night and how my life managed to become so freaking fantastic for one shining moment in time. You lovely folks deserve as much and the tale is a strange one that definitely deserves to be told.
Here there be babbling and many big pictures.Collapse )

So yeah, that was my Friday. What did you guys do?"
Status: accomplishedaccomplished
Background Noise: Tombstone on DVD
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04 July 2009 @ 03:49 am
Who's made of win and awesome? I am, apparently. You know why?


I met Stark motherfucking Sands. YEAH BITCHES!
Oh, and melliyna met him, too.


Yeah, that's right. MWAH-HAH-HA!
Details to come. Peace out until tomorrow (and by tomorrow, I mean later on today).
Status: ecstaticecstatic
Background Noise: junk on cable TV
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First things first: Happy Birthday to Major Richard Winters who turns 91 years old today. I salute you, Sir. Happy Belated Birthday to futuresoon, for whom I am 24 hours late but wishing her the best regardless. She's an awesome writer, go read her stuff, you know the drill.
And while my favorite politicians are still fictional, for the most part, I couldn't help but smile at Inauguration Day yesterday. I don't care if you voted for or against our new President. I don't care whether you think he's the Second Coming. All of that pales when compared to the simple, indisputable fact that FUCKING HISTORY was made yesterday. A black man is now in the White House, in the Oval Office. Fifty years ago that would've been nothing more than a dream and today it is a reality. If you can't appreciate that kind of progressive movement in this nation then I'm sorry, you have no sense of what it means to struggle and overcome. But that's a can of worms for another day.
Busy, busy, busy, that's what I've been.
Bill and I went out to dinner with Gary and Liz from the restaurant last night and had an absolutely fantastic political discussion over enough food for a small army at The Cheesecake Factory.
I'm having lunch with my dear darling Polly from my high school days tomorrow, if all goes well. I haven't seen her in years and want to catch her before the move to Japan. I've missed that girl so much.
Speaking of moving, that's apparently what I'm doing. No worries, though, it's just across the yard to the building next door. Details to come. Right now, packing. Lots of packing. Peace.
Status: rushedrushed
Background Noise: Andrew Bird - Measuring Cups
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27 December 2008 @ 12:09 am
Once upon a time, I started writing a holiday challenge fic for ladyames. Well, this is it: the final chapter. Thank you to everyone who's been reading this from the beginning. It was a joy to write and I hope you all like the ending.

Title: Ah, Paris - Part Ten
Author: m_buggie
Fandoms: “Band of Brothers”/“Doctor Who”
Pairings: hints of Jack/Nixon, one-sided Jack/Winters, eventual Nixon/Winters, vaguely implied Jack/Doctor, mentions of Nixon/Cathy
Word Count: 2,400
Rating: PG
Standard Disclaimer: This is based off performances in the HBO miniseries, not the actual soldiers. The only thing I own is the computer I wrote this on. I make no profit so please don’t sue.
Author’s Note: All things are AU and there is very little continuity with storylines from either series. Really, this is nothing more than an excuse to throw the characters together and incorporate some of ladyames’ Christmas drabble prompts. Theoretically takes place during the events of “Crossroads,” operating in a timeline where Nixon went to Paris with Winters…and ran into Team TARDIS. Thanks go to melliyna for being an excellent co-conspirator on this, as well. Contains references to Kurt Vonnegut characters.


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The End.

Previous installments of the adventure:
Part One - In Which Nixon Gets Hit On by Jack Harkness
An Interlude - Nixon and Winters do Paris
Part Two - In Which the Tenth Doctor Has a Chat with Winters
Part Three - In Which the Quartet Assembles
Part Four – Captain Jack Will Get You High Tonight (even if he’s feeling low)
Part Five – Winters is Not a Wife and Neither is the Tenth Doctor, Thank You Very Much
Part Six – Fun with Hidden Messages
Another Interlude – City Mouse and Country Mouse
Part Seven – Two Paratroopers, an ex-Time Agent, and a Time Lord Walk Into a Parisian Hotel Room
Part Eight – This is How a Heart Breaks
Part Nine – In Which Team TARDIS Bids Farewell to Two Airborne Officers

(cross-posted to camp_toccoa and no_vices)
Status: accomplishedaccomplished
Background Noise: Lifehouse - You and Me
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09 December 2008 @ 09:39 am
I have a lovely bunch of coconuts box of holiday greeting cards. Who wants one? *rattles box invitingly*

Drop a comment with your name and address if you'd like to receive a little something from me in the post this season. And yes, all comments are screened.
Status: curiouscurious
Background Noise: The Verve - Love is Noise
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30 September 2008 @ 09:42 am
Well, Paul Newman is dead. This makes me very sad. He was a talented actor and a pretty freaking cool human being who shall be missed. He lived a long full life and made every bit of it count. I'm totally watching The Sting and Road to Perdition later today in his honor. Requiescat in Pace, Mr. Newman. I doff my cap in thy name.
In other news, Stark Sands turns thirty years old today. Happy Birthday, you darling man, you.


No, I can't believe he's thirty either and yes, that is a recent photo of him.

And finally, since I've been making this a whole lot recently, here's my recipe for cornbread, should anyone be interested in it...

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Quote of the Day:
"Cause I've seen better days
And I've seen the end.
I saw grown men break,
I saw changed men mend.
And I've been in deep;
Way over my head,
I heard the virgin weep,
While the Saviour bled.

Oh, preacher, believer,
Saint with a fever,
You timid only son.
You'd better wipe that dust,
From the tip of your tongue,
And sing what ain't been sung."
Status: mellowmellow
Background Noise: Patrick Park - Saint with a Fever