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S t o r i e s

Thank You, Drive Around
Category: SAH (M/S UST)
Rated: PG
Originally posted 4/13/99

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An Audience of One
Category: SAH (M/S UST)
Rated: PG
Originally posted 5/23/99
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Gazzaniga
Category: X (M/S UST)
Rated: R (language and violence)
Originally posted 6/16/99
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22 Minutes
Category: S/H
Rated: R (language)
Originally posted 10/18/99
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One One-Thousand
Category: XA
Rated: R (language & violence)
Originally posted 10/27/99
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Fish for Fallen Light
Category: X
Rated: R (language & violence)
Originally posted 02/22/00
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Timber
Category: X (mytharc)
Rated: R (language & violence)
Originally posted 12/11/00
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F r i v o l i t y

Homecoming
"Homework" for OBSSE
Originally posted 8/12/99
Assignment: Why would Mulder and Scully be looking for a liver? Bonus points if Bach is involved.

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Intersection
Category: R/H
Rating: NC-17 (sexual situations)
A short little thing about two little dreams.
Originally posted 9/15/99
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Haikus
Scullyfic daily topic.
Originally posted 10/1/99
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A Bump in the Night
Scullyfic writing game
Assignment: Write a story with the given opening paragraph, and an original character named "Pogo".
Originally posted 10/17/99
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Melting Hot
Scullyfic writing game
Assignment: Write a story with the given opening paragraph that features "spooning" and a favorite food (with recipe).
Originally posted 11/06/99
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Brood
Scullyfic writing challenge
Assignment: Write from the following outline. M/S go to NYC to investigate "human fly." They discover something wing-like stuck to the Empire State Building. Scully captured by "human fly." Escape or rescue accomplished by great leap.
Originally posted 03/02/99
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The most natural way for the discovery of truth is,
instead of going abroad for intelligence, to retire into ourselves.

-- Norris, Ideal World (1704)
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