Okay, here goes. I'm not going to say much in defence of this, except it was written a while back when I was depressed and (as usual) I don't really know if it's much good.

Title: To Rust Unburnished
Summary: Stargate SG-1, Tin Man ep tag. Robo!Jack muses on what he's lost.
Notes: Gen, rated PG for Jackish language. 50 words. Title from Tennyson's Ulysses, which is An Awesome Poem.

How dull is it to pause, to make an end, to rust unburnished, not to shine in use! As though to breathe were life! )
Another LOL... I love this image. In my Mac/Gate fanon 'verse, Mac and Jack are kinda-sorta twin brothers (Mac/Gatefans, you have read Variance of Luck, right?), and I still have an extremely hard time convincing myself that Robot Jack really wasn't played by RDA's long-lost twin.

(I so love the FX quality on SG-1...)


All this stuff about zombies on my flist has reminded me of my first fanfic, Velocizompire Apocalypse. Which reminded me of Cairis Rin's awesome Mac/Gate epic Variance of Luck. Which reminded me of the SG-1 ep Double Jeopardy (proving once again that the ways of my brain are peculiar, which the same I am free to maintain - with apologies to Bret Harte.) So I went over to Stargatecaps.

This is the result. Don't ask me what the backstory behind this pic and caption is, because I don't know. It certainly isn't what it started out to be: an illustration for Velocizompire Apocalypse!



Terry Pratchett once said that if you read too much, you overflow and start writing. Apparently if I read too many [livejournal.com profile] lolmac s and then go over to [livejournal.com profile] rda_daily , I start making LOLJacks.

I have no idea if this is any good, but it was just so obvious, I had to do it. (Also, I wanted to test out the LJ image-inserting mechanism.)

iz ASL fer "Aht!"

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