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|Thursday, June 2nd, 2011|
PIMPAGE :: LANDOFART
landofart is a 'land comm' created solely for graphic artists. It doesn't matter if you only make icons, or only picspams, wallpapers, whatever! There are challenges for one and all types if artists! The competition is made up of 3 teams; Team Gothic, Team Pop Art & Team Renaissance. These names are just for the sake of having teams and do NOT reflect the type of graphics you have to make! Plus, you can do any kind of graphics here (celebs, stock, fandom, etc) as long as it fits the challenge. JOIN TODAY!landofart landofart landofart landofart landofart
|Thursday, April 28th, 2011|
|Friday, November 19th, 2010|
Edge of Desire
Title: “Edge of Desire”
Description: It’s in the sad moments that Kelly is quiet. Written for the Shiny Happy Comment Ficathon. Prompt: ER, Ray/Neela, maybe this mattress will spin on its axis, and find me on yours
Disclaimer: It is with a heavy heart that I admit that the exclusive rights to ER aren’t mine, nor will they ever be. If this is news to you, we have bigger fish to fry.
Feedback: Gimme, gimme, and gimme more.
Neela especially loathes treating the crazies. Surly children, hypochondriacs, vagabonds that reek of pot and urine, prima donnas… they all bring their trials, but nothing—and she verily means nothing—irks her quite so much as the crazies.
“I need you to lick my balls,” a particularly gruesome man, recumbent on a cot unceremoniously parked outside of the bathroom, wheezes at her. He draws out each word slowly as if to make his insanity clearer. He is either drunk off his ass or in serious need of a psych consultation.
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|Wednesday, September 1st, 2010|
ALL pairings welcome!
|Do You Like To Write?|
Like to write? Love any of the shows on the NBC Network? Great! There is a new challenge, called nbc_las, where you write a fanfic of at least 100 words every two weeks based on a different prompt. Then they get voted on and the person with the least votes is out that week and the person with the most is safe next week. Till you have one author standing who wins! What do you win? A snazzy graphic and a $10 GC to Amazon or Barnes & Noble. You don't even need to be a GREAT writer!
... who will come out on top?
|Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010|
My Intro and some ER Thoughts
Hi! I just joined this comm and I thought I’d introduce myself and share some ER thoughts with everyone here!
My name is Lauren and I’ve been a fan of ER since season 5! My two favorite characters are Jeanie Boulet and Lucy Knight. But I have more in common with Jeanie personality wise. Jeanie was also the one who helped me not be so afraid when I went into the hospital for various procedures back when I was younger.
With that said, I know we all have our favorite episodes of ER and our own personal reasons for liking them. One of mine is “Rites of Spring” from season 5.
I recently re-watched it and I thought I’d share my thoughts with all the ER fans here. Feel free to do the same in a comment.
Just in case you need a refresher or you haven’t seen it, here is a small summary of Jeanie’s plot.( summary behind the cut!Collapse )
The minute I heard the music that accompanied their prayers begin, I actually dropped what I was doing on the spot and closed my own eyes.
I could feel God’s presence right there in the room with me and knew He was trying to tell me something.
After the prayers were over, I felt a sense of peace wash over me.
You see, I was going for an eye doctor appointment the next day and I had been scared about it.
The instant I closed my eyes, the music of Jeanie’s prayer surrounded me and I felt God’s presence as well.
I knew He was telling me everything was going to be okay. And it was.
I woke up the morning of the appointment feeling better about it I was still a little apprehensive, but mostly I felt at peace about it.
In fact, when we stepped into the waiting room of the office the next day, I closed my eyes and I actually heard the music from the prayer in my head. I immediately felt a calm come over me. My doctor noticed too.
That particular Jeanie storyline has always been special to me and I know God used it to help me find faith in Him again just as He helped Jeanie find her faith as well.
Also, a fun fact for everyone. I loved Jeanie’s prayer song so much, I taught myself how to play it on the piano two days later. And I can still play it till this day.
So how about the rest of you ER fans out there? What are your thoughts on this episode? Or was there another episode that had significance for you or helped you in some way? Current Mood: curious
|Thursday, October 15th, 2009|
|Saturday, May 2nd, 2009|
Hey question here. In the episode On The Beach. There is a Tod Rundgin song playing in Mark's jeep while he was teaching Rachel to drive. What song was it?
Please and thanks.
|Sunday, April 26th, 2009|
Here is the feature story I wrote. Thank you for everyone who helped me out with quotes. Sadly, my professor thinks it is too long, still even after I cut things out. I tried to include at least one quote from everyone. If it's not in this draft it should be in the first draft I sent to the e-mail account that was used to send the information to me. I got a 90 on it. ( Read more...Collapse )
|Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009|
Oh no! (sad face) has this community died along with 'er' I miss you guys!
He was the guy we all loved to hate, and for those who did (hate) it's OK because I never liked Lucy or Ching Maye. Now see I did not say I hated them I was just never particularly fond of them. We all have our faves and our not so much ones too. It's all good.
What funny, and or good things do you remember about Romano. I really liked how he was tender to Elisabeth (Lizzie) when she asked him about how to handle Mark's inevitable demise. I liked his partial 'honesty' even though he was getting off by touching her. He was man enough not to dishonor her or Mark.
In spite of all the evil he did do. He had a *sniff* heat down inside him somewhere...
The thing I hated the very MOST was in the episode where Mark was back for one episode, the horrible thing (I forget the exact words) he said to him.
So that's it, my happy and angry memories of Rocket Romano. Current Mood: nostalgic
|Sunday, April 12th, 2009|
I've looked all over, but can't find this guy.
His character's name was Patrick, he played a retarded guy. Wow he's way fameous, I knew I've seen him before.
|Sunday, April 5th, 2009|
Does anyone know which trauma room Pratt died it?
I need your help with something I am working on. For my Media Writing I class I am writing my feature story on the end of ER.
And I need quotes and I need to know your thoughts on the matter, how you felt, reactions, etc.
If you'd like to help me out (which would make me really happy). Please leave your e-mail addy in a comment and I will e-mail some questions.
It won't be anything hard. And I am more than willing to share the story once it is finished. But without help, I won't be able to do it.
Thanks in Advance.
|Saturday, April 4th, 2009|
For anyone who missed it the first time or wants to see it again, NBC is rerunning the final episode like, RIGHT NOW!
Does anyone have a link or download available for the retrospective? I'm in australia and am just about to watch the finale, and where i download from doesn't have the retrospective!
|Friday, April 3rd, 2009|
yahoo's 15 most dramatic er moments
Current Mood: nostalgic
After 15 years of excitement, romance, mishaps, and miracles, the longest-running primetime medical series in television history, "ER," comes to an end this month. Though the cast may look a lot different than it did 15 years ago and a good chunk of the show's fan base has moved on, a trip down memory lane quickly reminds us why we fell in love with "ER" a decade and a half ago. Long before DVRs and TiVos, during the heyday of NBC's Thursday night "Must See TV," "ER" became appointment viewing -- an hour of greatness that delivered some of the best drama we've ever witnessed, some of the most fascinating and flawed characters in fiction, and some of our fondest TV memories. No topic was off limits and, season after season, the series managed to use the patients and staff of Chicago's County General Hospital to drive home how controversial issues, from war to abortion to AIDS to child abuse, were more than just stories on the front page; they impacted real people every day. To pay homage to the departing series and to celebrate the end of an unforgettable era, we've compiled a list of the top 15 most dramatic moments that made "ER" the standout series that it was.( i miss old erCollapse )
Just started watching last night's ER episode on Surf The Channel because I missed it last night. I'm so sad it's over!!!
|Thursday, April 2nd, 2009|
We filled up the comments in the discussion with a minute-by-minute commentary that will take people a while to wade through (lol). Thanks to all who watched in real time.
I was thinking we could post full episode reactions in the comments here. ( ReactionCollapse )