The Galapagos Affair

Aug. 25th, 2016 07:05 am
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I watch a lot of documentaries, and I always mean to post reviews and never do, so I think I'm going to try posting five minute reviews as I go. Here's the first:

The Galapagos Affair
When half a dozen people get fed up with society and independently decide to move to the same extremely remote island so that no one can ever tell them what to do ever again, it goes about as well as you'd expect. And by that I mean two, possibly three, murders. John Galt eat your heart out.

Also, it turns out that if you completely cut yourself off from civilization (for real, not the Thoreau way), you don't get a life of contemplation, you get a life of unending manual labor and starvation.

The fact that everyone involved in this series of events were Germans who walked away from civilization in the thirties means they weren't actually wrong about the way they felt things were heading. Not that they did much better on their own.

Poem: "For the Sake of Reformation"

Aug. 25th, 2016 03:42 am
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This poem is spillover from the May 3, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from LJ user Paantha. It also fills the "dominance and submission" square in my 5-1-16 card for the Solo Celebration Bingo fest. This poem has been sponsored by an anonymous donor. It belongs to the Pain's Gray thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

WARNING: This poem contains some intense and controversial topics. Highlight to read the warnings, some of which are spoilers. Ricasso asks Gray to help with a voluntary punishment, because Zhonn finds pain a useful reminder but his African ancestry makes him very prone to scarring. The racial aspects are handled mindfully, but this is a real issue in the kink community and even worse among non-kinky African-American folks. The poem contains delicate racial dynamics, discussion of medical details, practicing kink, exchanging roles, a minor performance mishap, use of a switch replacer forcefully enough to draw blood, intense emotions, physical discipline, voluntary use of a superpower to cause pain, an Italian-American man petting an African-American man's hair, and other challenges. On the whole, it's a positive poem. Please consider your tastes and headspace before reading onward.

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Sonia Rykiel: 1930-2016

Aug. 25th, 2016 11:33 am
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Sonia Flis is now more. The French designer better known as Sonia Rykiel has left this vain world. Her quirky and intellectual style will be remembered fondly. Her perfumes will continue to grace our wrists and necks in fond remembrance. From Le Parfum to 7eme Sens and on to Rykiel Woman Not for Men and Belle en Rykiel...Chapeau madame!





Dominique Isserman photo 1980



I REFUSE TO BE SPIDERS GEORG

Aug. 25th, 2016 08:58 pm
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So there I was, dripping wet, fresh out of the shower, wearing nothing but a pair of earbuds plugged into an audiobook while I was getting dressed when I see...cutting for dramatic effect and also spiders )


Meanwhile, in Imzy-land, I have learned that Imzy will only let you network with 14 other communities, which seems counter-intuitive for a networking platform, but okay. I have started a fandom_calendar comm, which people are starting tentatively to use. Which is good.

So far, I'm finding it an odd mix of neat and clunky. I like the way it handles anon posting. I hate the way you have to click through to get to the links that people are posting, and the way comment notifications don't have the content of the comment in the email. Comment threading is wacky as hell, and comment order seems unpredictable once there's three or four commenters on a post (is it by popularity? Omg, so weird.) But the development team are pretty active, and things change day to day. Today they added a personal blog function.

I've still got invites, if anyone wants to try it out. (I need a email for that, or you can go to the link for my personal blog and request one there.)

This is me: st_aurafina
This is fandom_calendar: fandom_calendar
This is a multifandom drabble exchange that sign-ups close for soon: multifandomdrabble


OMG GBBO!! (spoilers for ep 1 of 2016 Great British Bake-off. This turned into a live blog. I say omg a lot alot.) )

I love you, Bake Off. See you next week.
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I woke up earlier than usual this morning, so I went for an early and truncated run – last run I noticed my knee started acting up around the two mile mark, so I decided to shorten today’s run, and also around a mile in I ran through a puddle and wet shoes tend to make for blisters. So, short run. But my knee feels okay and I don’t think I’m blistering anywhere.  And I did hatch a Geodude this morning! I’m going to name him Tiberius.

As you can see my chart is a little different from normal; @digitaldiscipline, my Meathead Side of Tumblr advisor, was kind enough to send me his old Charge HR so I could try it out. I’m loving the heart rate monitor, and I did miss having the side-button you could use to start a workout. Plus I’ve always been fond of the slightly larger, flatter profile of the Charge model, and it seems like the Charge is more tap-sensitive than the Alta, you really have to thump the Alta sometimes to get it to bring up your data. I’m not as bothered by the buckle-clasp as I thought I would be. 

I do have some weird guilt about not wearing the Alta, despite the fact that I didn’t really pay for it (since it replaced an old Charge that had more than paid for itself) and b). I still FEEL like I did, and there’s no denying it’s newer and in better shape. We all have weird consumer guilt, you guys. 

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Almost as good as me

Aug. 25th, 2016 05:47 am
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Aldous Huxley, who was George Orwell’s high school French teacher, decides that the lad’s dystopia is not quite as good as his own.

Thanx to Tor.com.

Writing

Aug. 25th, 2016 08:51 pm
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[personal profile] china_shop mentioned helpfully that [community profile] seeingcolorcomm were looking for pinch hits, including in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, so I wandered over to take a look. And then pounced on the first one I saw. I'd been thinking about a Finn backstory piece anyway, I had the novelisation out from the library; all I had to do was resist the urge to write T'Challa backstory instead, which was surprisingly tempting given that all I know of canon is the Civil War movie. (and then all I had to do was write it in three days and badger [personal profile] china_shop into betaing).

It's not my most cheerful piece ever (off-stage genocide etc) but I enjoyed writing it. I wanted to sort out Finn's past in my own head, and I wanted to provide some sort of explanation as to how the Republic is apparently unaware of the First Order's main base, and this is one possible explanation. I've never done a pinch hit before, mainly because I haven't really thought of them outside the Yuletide context, and I'm always working on my main story right up until the final deadline (ahem). I really enjoyed doing it, though, and will keep an eye out for more in the future.

Dirty Jobs (3179 words) by Cyphomandra
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Finn (Star Wars), The First Order (Star Wars)
Additional Tags: Prequel
Summary:

Someone has to do them.



Other pieces I really enjoyed from the challenge: two artworks, both very sweet -

Jaeger (0 words) by Irusu
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Pacific Rim (2013)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Mako Mori & Stacker Pentecost
Characters: Mako Mori, Stacker Pentecost
Additional Tags: Fanart, i have many feels
Summary:

"A daughter is not a passing cloud, but permanent, / holding earth and sky together with her shadow. "



Just After the First Kiss (0 words) by sqbr
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Characters: Finn (Star Wars), Rey (Star Wars)
Additional Tags: Fanart, Fluff
Summary:

Taking joy in rain and freedom.



and two stories, one from a canon I am unfamiliar with but featuring Mathnet self-insert femslash, which I didn't realise how much I needed, and another from Sorceror to the Crown; I had issues with the canon itself, but I really enjoyed this:

To Cogitate and to Solve (1758 words) by SapphoIsBurning
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV), Mathnet
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Rosa Diaz/Amy Santiago
Characters: Rosa Diaz, Amy Santiago, Ray Holt
Additional Tags: Characters Writing Fanfiction, Stakeout, Pining, Fic within a Fic, Canon Character of Color
Summary:

Amy tries to explain fanfiction to Rosa while on a stakeout, but when she decides to reveal a very telling work of her own, it goes to an unintended destination.



The Earth Will Reach The Sky (1607 words) by Merit
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Sorcerer to the Crown - Zen Cho
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Prunella Gentleman/Zacharias Wythe
Characters: Prunella Gentleman (SttC), Zacharias Wythe (SttC)
Additional Tags: Fluff
Summary:

They were going to create their own world together.

It is quarter to five am

Aug. 25th, 2016 04:55 am
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I don't think I've managed to sleep at all, I'm exhausted but wide awake, and I have a Difficult Thing to do in four hours.

#existential wail

A small dinner-party

Aug. 25th, 2016 09:15 am
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When I go dress for dinner, desiring Docket to array me fine enough to compliment the company, but not so much as to appear high and mighty, I mind me of Miss N-'s remarks about Mr L-'s desire for one to write pieces about fashion and style for his newspaper and go mention the matter to Docket.

Docket takes a thoughtfull look.

Why, she says at some length, there is Tibby, quite devours La Belle Assemblée and Ackermann’s Repository &C, has a deal of good notions that she writes up in her fine book - sure that was a most excellent habit she has got into – I confide her thoughts would be worth reading and and very instructive.

But surely, says I, Tibby must have a deal already upon her hands as Her Grace’s maid.

Why, 'tis a position of great responsibility, but in such a large household there is a deal of matter that she does not need to undertake herself, because there are sewing maids &C for matters of mending and so forth, which manifests her consequence, although there will always be some matters that she would keep in her own hands. But indeed I think 'twould be an excellent thing for her.

Well, says I, when we are all return’d to Town I will convoke with Tibby on the matter (tho’ I am somewhat like to wonder is this Docket being entire doating concerning the capacities of her protégé).

I go down to the parlour and find Mr A- already arriv’d with his sister, Lavinia A-, that is a teacher in a girls’ school, and goes look somewhat abasht at the company she finds herself in; I daresay had not expect’d a marchioness. I make exceeding civil towards her. She looks to be some few years older than Miss N-, with whom she goes talk a little upon education.

Mr A- comes talk to me, says he is entire at my service do I need any further supplies of foxglove tincture, and how do I get on with the dispensary plan? Alas, says I, have been going about visits so much have not had the time I should like to give to it. Indeed I have not spoke to Mr H- this age, for in the summer he goes out of Town to his place by the sea-side in Sussex, for the benefit of the sanitive airs and altho’ he will return from time to time to operate or dissect, we must have misst one another with the times we were separately in Town.

He tells me that he has had letters from Mr H-, but they were all upon matters of professional interest. 'Tis a very fine thing to have the benefit of Mr H-‘s thoughts upon matters of surgery and anatomy.

Comes a little after time Mr D-, that apologizes for keeping us waiting, there was some little matter at the works that delay’d him – but I perceive that he must have been home to change into company wear, brush his hair somewhat, &C.

We all go to table. I sit 'twixt Josiah and Mr D-, that commences to tell me about his visit to my lead-mine, which occupys us for the entirety of the first course.

When this is remov’d and the second brought, he minds his manners enough to go turn to Lavinia A-, or perchance 'tis not entire a matter of the usages of society, for they fall into a considerable animat’d conversation, and from what I overhear, allude to their earlier acquaintance.

Josiah smiles and says, he confides that 'tis quite the poorest of ton to go discuss business at the dinner-table, so he will not go discourse about lead, or steam-pumps, or smelting -

Why, says I with a smile, 'tis quite of the greatest interest to me at present, and sure 'tis a deal more interesting than cricket, which was the entire burden of every conversation at Sir P- O-‘s house-party.

He grins and says he confides 'tis a deal genteeler pastime than those he pursu’d as a young fellow: when he was not out tweaking the noses of gamekeepers, there were such sports as wrestling and football, that he confides the quality do not indulge in.

Sure, says I, 'tis curious that gentlemen will consider it in quite the best of ton to go study the pugilistick art with some retir’d prize-fighter, but that 'tis not at all the same thing with wrestling.

And, says Josiah, that 'tis quite entire in order to go shoot game, but snaring or using a sling-shot, that requires a deal of skill, is deem’d criminal. But sure there were a deal of pursuits that I should not care for now, such as cock-fighting: I could not hold my head up before Josh, that writes cannot I not bring Parliament to pass some law concerning the cruelties of badger-baiting, the dear tender-heart’d young soul.

He is a dear creature, says I. We both smile very fond.

Has MacD- ever spoke to you about some fine game he us’d to play in Scotland - goff I think ‘twas call’d – but 'tis scarce known of in England?

(Sure I wonder, does Sandy have a passion for the game, that 'tis not play’d at R- House. Did it require some special court, like tennis, I confide that Milord would go construct one. )

O, says I, I confide Mr MacD- knows better than to discourse to me of manly sports. I do not talk to him of hats and he does not talk to me of rackets and balls.

He laughs, and then looks along the table to our belov’d Eliza. They give one another little nods and she rises to take the ladies into the parlour. I see her somewhat wishfull to say that Harry may have half a glass of port but no more, but not wishing to embarrass him before company.

In the parlour she permits Bess and Meg a very small glass of ratafia apiece. Miss N- takes tea but Lavinia A- accepts a little ratafia.

I have just taken the first sip from my own glass when comes Patty very apologetick and says, 'tis Miss Flora wants her sleepy wombatt and refuses go sleep until she has her.

Eliza looks at me and smiles and says, sure she may have her wombatt.

So I go to the nursery where my naughty darling is sitting up in bed with a stubborn look - o, 'tis quite entire charming – and go over and say, How now, is this not a sleepy wombatt? I was told I might find a sleepy wombatt here.

She holds out her arms to me and indeed I should not reward her naughtiness but I kiss my adorable child, and then she goes be a sleepy wombatt as I lye down beside her to do the like. Sleepy wombatts snuggle together and exchange kisses until one of 'em falls asleep.

When I get up, because my sweet bundle has gone to sleep, Patty remarks how very kind 'tis of me to put up with these whims. O, says I, she is a sweet thing. Patty pulls a face and then says, she is that, one cannot remain cross at her long: and looks down fondly at her.

When I return to the parlour, Meg is seat’d at the piano accompanying Mr A- in a song, for he has brought his music with him. I observe that Mr D- has brought his fiddle: but at this moment, he is sitting next to Lavinia A-, and there is that in their postures that suggests that there is indeed a mutual inclination 'twixt the pair of 'em, tho’ they do not speak together but give their attention to the song.

Bess, I see, sits looking somewhat sullen.

There is a pause in the musical proceedings, and Miss N- most immediate leaps in to say she dares say Mr A-'s sister has not heard Lady B- read Shakspeare: 'tis a most immense treat, would she do so.

There is a general murmur that I confide conveys that the company would desire a reading. I go take the volume from where it sits, and think what would be suit’d to this company. ('Tis not the Family Shakspeare). Sure 'tis only on reflection after I have begun reading that I wonder whether certain passages from Twelfth Night are entire fitt’d to the occasion. For indeed there is somewhat of a green and yellow melancholy comes upon Bess, the poor thing. Sure 'tis a trying time of a young woman’s life.

After I have read, Mr D- obliges us with some music upon his fiddle.

In due course, the guests take their leave, and Mr D- goes walk back with the A-s.

Eliza goes chase the girls and Harry off to bed.

She comes into the parlour where Josiah and I are sitting, stretches and yawns and says sure Bess lookt very mopish – it cannot be that she is upset by Harry’s leaving, for 'tis not as tho’ he had not already gone from home to school – can it?

Josiah remarks that perchance 'tis that Harry goes out into the world, sets forth upon a career, while she is in the schoolroom and facing a different course.

(Indeed, the secret is not my secret to disclose.)

Eliza sighs a little and says that she has not lately had Bess sit with her while she is about business matters, had thought she would give her a little holiday, but perchance would do her good and occupy her mind. She confides that a deal of vapourishness and even greensickness in girls of those years is due to lack of occupation.

We sit and consider this for a while, then I yawn and stretch and say sure I must be off to my fine reserv’d chamber. We all look at one another very fond and I am in great anticipation that I shall not be long alone in my exceeding large bed.

Pokemon fandom/art/RP blog

Aug. 25th, 2016 12:41 am
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We have made the thing.

Alolan Ghosts: http://alolanghosts.tumblr.com/

AAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaa...

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Daily Happiness

Aug. 25th, 2016 12:20 am
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1. I was at work for like twelve hours, but I have tomorrow off! There was definitely stuff I would have put off till tomorrow if I were coming in tomorrow, but I'd rather stay longer today than come in on my day off, so...

2. I had a delicious salad for dinner. I used to eat a large salad for lunch almost every day, but I can't do that as easily now that I'm not working from home, so that leaves dinner the only option, but we often have other dinner plans, so I got out of the habit of eating salads all the time, but I really like salads, so I want to try to eat them more often. I actually have been eating a salad almost every day for the last couple weeks.

3. While Carla's gone I'm getting caught up on some of my shows. I only have so much time I want to devote to watching TV per day, and it's usually taken up by watching stuff that we both like. I finally finished this last season of Bob's Burgers tonight, though!

4. These sleepy babies are so sweet!

Poem: "No Feeling of Being Alive"

Aug. 24th, 2016 10:02 pm
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This poem follows the June 2016 Creative Jam including prompts by [personal profile] chanter_greenie and [personal profile] dialecticdreamer. It also fills the "Alexithymia (Obscured Emotions)" square in my 6-1-15 card for the June Relationship Bingo fest, and the "comfort food or item / feeding someone" square in my 6-16-15 card for the [community profile] hc_bingo fest. It has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the Pain's Gray thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

Warning: This poem contains some intense topics. Highlight to read the warnings, some of which are spoilers. It introduces Side-eye, a member of Ricasso's gang who has some odd neurological problems due to prenatal drug exposure. Diminished sensation leads to sensory-seeking behavior, some of it self-destructive. The poem features recovery from past injuries, requests for assistance with consensual pain, a little nervousness at trying new things, power exchange, fumbling around with new superpowers that are sometimes confusing, references to personal health, awkward conversations, physical and emotional spotting, unintended food roulette, spicy food as a kink material, hand feeding, consensual experimentation with superpowers, aftercare, and other challenges. Although not quite fluff, the overall tone is positive. If these are sensitive areas for you, please consider your tastes and headspace before reading onward.

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There will be a Part I and a Part II. Herewith the first section:

The List

#1 Mary Russell (“Holmes/Russell” novels, Laurie R. King)
#2 Vala Mal Doran (Stargate SG-1)
#3 Richard Castle (Castle)
#4 Will Riker (Star Trek: TNG)
#5 Cat Grant (Supergirl)
#6 Natasha “Black Widow” Romanov (MCU)
#7 Rupert Giles (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
#8 Sarah Jane Smith (Doctor Who)
#9 Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon*)
#10 Victoria Cogsworth aka “Victory Anna” (Velveteen vs. series, Seanan McGuire)
#11 Dairine Callahan (“Young Wizards” series, Diane Duane)
#12 Severus Snape (“Harry Potter” series, J. K. Rowling)
#13 David Xanatos (Gargoyles)
#14 Brigadier Alasdair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (Doctor Who)
#15 Peggy Carter (MCU)

First set of answers: )

From [personal profile] malkingrey (via a prior unfinished round):

Richard Castle and Cat Grant go into business together. What do they sell/what service do they provide, and which # is their first customer?
Cat hires Rick to ghostwrite a series of Supergirl adventure novels (her third choice, after J. K. Rowling and Lois McMaster Bujold turned her down; she figures that the Nikki Heat series was a good warmup for the job). Rick makes a noble try at it, but after one too many arguments with Cat-the-editor he hands the job off to his daughter Alexis...who is both mightily amused and wildly successful, not least because Alexis manages to coax a blurb for the first one out of the Black Widow.

Vala Mal Doran, Dairine Callahan, and David Xanatos are all on the same train from New York to Chicago. Which one is actually a fugitive on the run (and why); which one is secretly tailing them; and which one is the unsuspecting third party who accidentally gets involved? And what happens when the train reaches Union Station?

In this trio, anyone could be the fugitive...but on this occasion, it happens to be Xanatos, who is trying to deal himself into the interstellar black market in high-tech weapons, Dairine having recently foiled a previous attempt in that direction. At present, he’s hoping he can finagle in Chicago what he’s been prevented from doing in Manhattan; Dairine, who saw this coming, has followed him onto the train (in magical disguise) so as to head him off at the pass have a word with the cats managing the worldgates in Chicago. Meanwhile, Vala had been on an actual vacation in New York, and is heading back west by train because it’s way more comfortable than flying (and easier to bring back souvenirs). But she overhears just enough of a conversation Dairine is having with Spot-the-magic-laptop to figure out that aliens and worldgates are involved, (not unreasonably) assumes that Dairine has stumbled onto the Stargate program, and promptly calls ahead to alert Jack O’Neill and the team to have people waiting at Union Station. Fortunately, since Sam Carter is also a wizard, this does not in fact lead to a Keystone Kops comedy chase scene, and Xanatos – for once – finds himself pretty much outmaneuvered.

From [livejournal.com profile] tanyareed:

How do Cat Grant and Victoria “Victory Anna” Cogsworth get along?


At a great distance from one another. The first time Torrey saw Cat on television, she drew a very large ray gun from a very small pocket and melted the TV. All parties have since agreed that it would be a Very Bad Idea for the two women to come closer than, say, 300 miles from one another.

Would Mary Russell and Dairine Callahan have an affair, fall in love, tolerate each other, or hate each other?

“Tolerate” is probably safest. For a variety of reasons, a romance between the two is unlikely in the extreme, and both are too dedicated to their respective pursuit of justice to be likely to hate one another. That said, prolonged contact between them would probably try both their patiences severely.

How would Natasha Romanov and Rupert Giles handle the zombie apocalypse?


With both Giles and the Black Widow on board, the situation would stop being apocalyptic in fairly short order.

If Vala were in Sherlock Holmes’ world, how would he or she fit?


The rivalry would be epic, and immensely entertaining – Vala as master thief, Holmes as master sleuth. (Somebody please write this series....)

If Richard Castle and Rupert Giles were to play a game together, what would they play?


Castle would almost certainly try to talk Giles into laser tag. Giles would propose chess. Castle counters with “live chess” using actual people for playing pieces. Giles offers Scrabble played in Latin. They end up in an all-night poker session in which both of them get their clocks cleaned by everyone else in the game.

Out of Victory Anna and Severus Snape, who would save whom?


Heh. Victory Anna would save Snape, mostly because Torrey would be wildly unlikely to get herself into a situation precarious enough to require Snape-level intervention. Snape, being Snape, would be tremendously annoyed at having been rescued when he obviously could have saved himself (and also because he’d find Victory Anna’s brand of surreal steampunk science totally baffling).

What would Vala make Will Riker for supper?

Vala and Will wouldn’t get to supper. That date would progress right past supper to nightcap-and-subsequent-breakfast-in-bed without dinner bothering to intervene.

Snape and Cat Grant are in a fight. Who wins?


On one hand, this is an Irresistible Force/Immovable Object conflict. On the other, Snape has a magic wand and knows how to use it. Round to Snape.

If Vala were setting Castle up on a blind date, which of the others would she set him up with?

Interesting question, mostly because Vala herself is probably the most likely match. If she’s indulging her mischievous side, probably Natasha Romanov. If she’s thinking in practical terms, very likely Sarah Jane Smith. (Not even Vala would match Castle with Cat Grant in a romantic context; with that pair on a date, there’d very possibly be murder by morning.)

What would be the perfect date for Mary Russell and Peggy Carter?

Afternoon high tea in any of London, San Francisco, or Victoria BC, preferably with a sedate and genteel side of intrigue. They could talk shop and trade stories for hours on end (and plot ways to have Peggy replace the Russell-verse version of Mycroft).

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