mickeym: (spn_brothers feet)
ARGH! THEY'RE JUST TALKING! WHY ARE THEY JUST TALKING??

3000+ words in, and they're STILL JUST TALKING. *headdesk*

Why, boys? Why do you hate me so much?
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The "You Should Write..." Meme!
my thread here


All right, y'all. Hit me :)
mickeym: (spn_jared's gorgeous hands)
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mickeym: (spn_dean studies)
So, Big Bang. I can't decide if I want to tell it solely from Sam's POV, or alternate Sam and Dean. While I'm procrastinating thinking about it, have a poll and tell me YOUR thoughts on changing the voice within a story:

[Poll #1173965]
mickeym: (spn_dean studies)
So, I'm doing this [livejournal.com profile] spn_j2_bigbang thing. *g* And because I'm an idiot an overachiever obviously touched in the head, I've decided to do a WWII a/u. So I have some questions, for whomever may know the answers, or have suggestions as to where I could find the information.

1) Nazi war criminal trials. When did they begin, how many years did they continue, was information about trials held (for example) in the US broadcast via television to other countries, such as Germany.

2) Is/was blacksmithing still a useful/viable profession in rural European villages/towns, in the 50's and early 60's?

3) Were major US-related events (like the arrest/trial of the Rosenbergs) aired in Europe, particularly post-war Germany?

4) I know (roughly) what post-war America was like, in terms of income, education, etc. But what was post-war Europe (again, Germany in particular) like? What was the situation with things such as television(s), broadcasting, information availability?

I'm sure I'll have other questions *g* But those are good for a start, and ANY information about any of those will be very, very happily and gratefully accepted.
mickeym: (spn_wincest is love)
Question for those who might know:

Character A goes to the local free (or not, but in this case it is) clinic for a persistant cough/fever. The doctor wants to do xrays to rule out pneumonia, but Character A can't remember when she last had her period, so she orders a pregnancy test. Would it be a blood test, or something on the order of a pee-on-a-stick test? If it's a blood test, how quickly do the results come back?

Thank you!

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