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It's a MEME!

Comment here and ask me any question you want - but only one. I promise to answer truthfully no matter what it is. And then you have to post the same offer to your own journal.

If I insult you, you've been WARNED. And JSYK I think that about 75% of my flist is full of creepers and/or I barely know who you dudes are. SO LINE UP AND ASK ME SOME QUESTIONS DANG JUST DO IT ALREADY

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eagle_of_idiocy
Nov. 20th, 2009 04:40 pm (UTC)
Any question, hmm? ;3 Well, okay. Here goes!

At some point in the future, do you think you'll ever continue (or finish) that tiny!Jim fic you started for me on the old ST kink meme? :D Just curious!
mizufae
Nov. 20th, 2009 04:48 pm (UTC)
*facepalm*

No. Sorry!
1. That shit was awful, probably some of the worst fic I've written.
2. The more Trekfen I encounter the more I want to run away from it. Fandom for me is weird, when I get involved in it, it's like an external locus for my enthusiasm for the original canon. But with Trek, it's like I want to keep it just for myself. Does that make sense? I normally feel obligated to make Great Fandom Works to share myself with the other people who like whatever it is I'm fanning about. But I don't feel obligated with Trek because it's already so huge, and anything I do is less than a drop in the bucket, AND I don't feel like I care about the fans in the way I care about, say, fans of Pete & Pete. So for Star Trek I think I'm going to stick to the audience side of the fanwork divide.

I can tell you though that if somebody else wants to keep writing the story, they absolutely can. I'd even revisit what my original plot ideas were and tell them about it and let whoever run off with it. Mostly I feel epically uncomfortable writing slash, even though Kirk/Spock is about as canon as you can get, and I felt that the premise was TOO ridiculous for me to write. I'm not good with crack, I take everything too seriously.
speccygeekgrrl
Nov. 20th, 2009 07:48 pm (UTC)
What's your favorite fandom?
mizufae
Nov. 20th, 2009 08:02 pm (UTC)
Hands down, Sailor Moon. No contest.
ashisfriendly
Nov. 20th, 2009 08:02 pm (UTC)
What political/social problem do you feel the strongest about and why?

For example, gender inequality, poverty, making pot illegal, legalizing gay marriage... etc, etc.
mizufae
Nov. 20th, 2009 08:36 pm (UTC)
Women are still paid less than men and suffer through a shocking amount of difficulty with gender discrimination and flat out second class citizenship. It's enough to make me spit, sometimes.
nightsinger
Nov. 20th, 2009 10:36 pm (UTC)
Hmmm! Random questions are always fun.

If you could do any one thing to any one person (living or dead as if they were alive -- timetravel/bringing them back from the dead/whatever you want to justify it) and get away with it scott-free, what would you do to whom and why?
mizufae
Nov. 21st, 2009 08:00 am (UTC)
This one is too hard. :/ I can't take this sort of responsibility!

I think I might try to keep Franz Ferdinand from being assassinated. I doubt this would actually head off the entirety of both world wars, but it might jog the timing so Hitler wouldn't have been involved and technology might have developed in a different direction so we'd get sweet flying cars, and maybe there would be less nuclear arms. And jet packs. And we could still wear spats and not get called affected for it.
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