holdouttrout: not your ordinary fish (sam/thor)
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If you're the kind of person who likes nearly impossible choices (but not necessarily impossible ones), then there's fun for you at the final round of [livejournal.com profile] sf_marchmadness today! It's Sam Carter versus Aeryn Sun--a very good matchup, indeed!

I am going to make carrot soup tonight, and I'm currently debating about adding the non-orange carrots I have to the mix. I think it might make it look disgusting, but I'm not sure. Thoughts?

My SG-1 rewatch is still going strong. I just finished 2010 this morning and I still really like the episode, even though I get why people maybe don't like the episode. It's an interesting look at the breakdown of a team--even though the actual breakdown happens off-camera--and it really exemplifies why SG-1 works in the field:

1. They aren't above making mistakes (obviously), but they don't let fear of those mistakes cripple them.
2. When the time comes to act, they recognize it and act.

It's a little chilling, in some ways, because their job is to act, and when mistakes happen, they're usually BIG ones. In some ways, their job is fixing the mistake they made LAST time, all the way back to Jack' original trip through the 'gate.

Also, Kinsey is an ass.
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