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COMMISSIONSPLEASE READ EVERYTHING BEFORE COMMISIONING MECOMMISSIONS1 year ago in Personal
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OBC 24: ConfrontationA light flashed on the far console, drawing Wash's eye.OBC 24: Confrontation2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
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He swiveled his chair over to inspect the readout, and sighed. A wave from Inara - was she finished with her business already?
His mouth went into a thinner line than it already was, and his glance flicked to the sealed bridge door. They couldn't get in, but until he knew they were gone, he was pretty much cut off from any escape route that didn't involve a cutting torch, climbing gear and lots of time.
He frowned in thought. Maybe she could get help... no, scratch that. Warn her off.
He took another look at the hold cameras, shook his head, then opened the channel.
"Hello,Wash," said Inara.
"Hey," said Wash."So, you, uh, finished your business already? Didn't think you'd be calling this soon."
"No, not yet. I was just calling to let you know that I've dropped Kaylee off at the best local hospital. Well, the best I could find on short notice."
"I'm sure they'd be happy to be the best they could be for you," saidWash."Thanks
Piracy and Civil DisobedienceCivil PiracyPiracy and Civil Disobedience4 years ago in Philosophical
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What do rap, rock, bluegrass, and techno musicians have in common? They are all victims of so called "music piracy." The occurrence of music piracy has mostly increased over the years; it may have only been stifled in growth by the Recording Industry Association of America's apparently successful campaign to "educate" through law suits. At first glance, music piracy may seem like just another act of common theft or some form adolescent rebellion, as most of the perpetrators are young adults and teens. However, there is a recurring theme on the Internet which puts this in a different light. A handful of posters, bloggers, or general responders believe that music piracy is not theft but civil disobedience.
When I first heard this opinion, it was in response to a web comic expressing the very opposite opinion. In the September 25th, 2009 strip of Least I Could Do as part of the comic's very controversial TED story arc, the main character, Rayne Summers, explains in layman's t
Don't Ask, Don't TellHis paperwork was finished and cleared away, his gun was cleaned, and he was quite ready to go off duty. There was only one matter left to attend to. It was somewhere between saying goodnight to a frustrating coworker that you somehow became friends with and a zookeeper checking the latch on the lion's enclosure before leaving the zoo.Don't Ask, Don't Tell2 years ago in Humor
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Brigadier Lethbridge-Stuart rapped smartly on the door to the lab with his knuckles, then entered. As he suspected, there was a silver-haired fop tidying up his work and humming to himself.
"Still here, then, Doctor?"
"Unless your powers of observation are greatly misleading you, Lethbridge-Stuart, yes, I am in fact still here."
The Doctor turned in place, hooking the heel of his boot on his stool.
"Has something drastic come up? It's a bit late."
"Not at all, I'm just popping in on my way out." he nodded. "See if you can't get some sleep, I'm quite sure we'll find you a new crisis to fiddle with in the morning."
A thought occurred, and Lethbridge-Stuart