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Connection Thirty Five

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Originally posted by nothingsgonnachangemyworld


Connection.  Read Chap One here. Two. Three Four.  Five. Six. Seven. Eight.  Nine.  Ten.  Eleven.  Twelve.  Thirteen.  Fourteen.  Fifteen. Sixteen. Seventeen.  Eighteen.  Nineteen.  Twenty.   Twenty One.   Twenty Two.   Twenty Three.   Twenty Four.   Twenty Five.   Twenty Six.   Twenty Seven. Twenty Eight.   Twenty Nine.   Thirty.   Thirty One.  Thirty Two.  Thirty Three.   Thirty Four.

Sherlock x reader

An American forensic psychologist hired by Mycroft Holmes. You thought it would be more interesting and fulfilling than your previous job with a law firm in London but you had no idea how much it would change your life. Or really, how much one person would change everything.

Word Count: 4441


A small corner of the table in the sitting room had been taken over by two of your textbooks, a notebook, and a pile of notes. To Sherlock’s credit, he hadn’t complained or said a word about your small workspace beside the chaotic organization of his open casework across the rest of the table. He had kept his things out of that small section where you once again sat reading and scrawling, refining and tweaking as your thoughts raced faster than your hand.

After your third visit to Sherrinford, even though she only spoke one other time, you had a thought that had been stirring and developing into a theory. It took you a few hours to find the right materials in your storage bins in the basement then every chance you got you were going through your books, making notes for everything that could be related, even though you were leaning toward a certain disorder, you didn’t want to pigeonhole her either. Too many had already done that to Eurus and even though you promised you wouldn’t come as a therapist, you couldn’t banish the thought that something had been missed all these years.

Sherlock’s socked feet barely made a sound but you were still aware of his easy stride into the room. You scribbled a notation along with a page number then glanced up. He had picked up his violin and stepped in front of the window but his eyes were on you. “Interesting case?”

Even though he had already approved and encouraged your thought process on his sister, you still felt a hot lash of guilt and something else that had been creeping along the periphery like a shy old friend. “Do you think this would even help? It’s not like anything I find or prove will give her a chance to leave that cave. Nothing I do can absolve her.”

He looked out the window as the violin found its home on his shoulder and he gently touched his bow to the strings but didn’t make a noise. A few seconds ticked by then his chin hugged the chinrest. “I think she’s been in the dark because the people who should have helped her have failed her for far too long.” He met your gaze, “it’s about time someone treated her like more than just a lab animal in a box.” He winked then began to play turning back to the window.

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A/N: Well I went and did it again. I enjoy the challenges so much I ended up with 5 of them. Fortunately for me, all the prompts I got worked extremely well with what I had in mind. Thank you again, all of you, for letting me combine your challenges to write this.

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PAIRING: Reader x Dean

WARNINGS: drinking, language, slight smut, fluff, angst

WORD COUNT: 4441 (a little long but I’m not apologizing)

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      901 gcgaggtact aaaggcaagc gtaaaggcgc tcgtctttgg tatgtaggtg gtcaacaatt
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     1021 cgccgagcgt atgccgcatg acctttccca tcttggcttc cttgctggtc agattggtcg
     1081 tcttattacc atttcaacta ctccggttat cgctggcgac tccttcgaga tggacgccgt
     1141 tggcgctctc cgtctttctc cattgcgtcg tggccttgct attgactcta ctgtagacat
     1201 ttttactttt tatgtccctc atcgtcacgt ttatggtgaa cagtggatta agttcatgaa
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     2281 gtgataaaag attgagtgtg aggttataac gccgaagcgg taaaaatttt aatttttgcc
     2341 gctgaggggt tgaccaagcg aagcgcggta ggttttctgc ttaggagttt aatcatgttt
     2401 cagactttta tttctcgcca taattcaaac tttttttctg ataagctggt tctcacttct
     2461 gttactccag cttcttcggc acctgtttta cagacaccta aagctacatc gtcaacgtta
     2521 tattttgata gtttgacggt taatgctggt aatggtggtt ttcttcattg cattcagatg
     2581 gatacatctg tcaacgccgc taatcaggtt gtttctgttg gtgctgatat tgcttttgat
     2641 gccgacccta aattttttgc ctgtttggtt cgctttgagt cttcttcggt tccgactacc
     2701 ctcccgactg cctatgatgt ttatcctttg aatggtcgcc atgatggtgg ttattatacc
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     2821 ggtttcatgg tttggtctaa ctttaccgct actaaatgcc gcggattggt ttcgctgaat
     2881 caggttatta aagagattat ttgtctccag ccacttaagt gaggtgattt atgtttggtg
     2941 ctattgctgg cggtattgct tctgctcttg ctggtggcgc catgtctaaa ttgtttggag
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     3241 gacttggtgg caagtctgcc gctgataaag gaaaggatac tcgtgattat cttgctgctg
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     3661 ccaatgacca aatcaaagaa atgactcgca aggttagtgc tgaggttgac ttagttcatc
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     3781 ctaatgtcgt cactgatgct gcttctggtg tggttgatat ttttcatggt attgataaag
     3841 ctgttgccga tacttggaac aatttctgga aagacggtaa agctgatggt attggctcta
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     3961 caaatcttgg aggctttttt atggttcgtt cttattaccc ttctgaatgt cacgctgatt
     4021 attttgactt tgagcgtatc gaggctctta aacctgctat tgaggcttgt ggcatttcta
     4081 ctctttctca atccccaatg cttggcttcc ataagcagat ggataaccgc atcaagctct
     4141 tggaagagat tctgtctttt cgtatgcagg gcgttgagtt cgataatggt gatatgtatg
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     4321 tagaccaccg ccccgaaggg gacgaaaaat ggtttttaga gaacgagaag acggttacgc
     4381 agttttgccg caagctggct gctgaacgcc ctcttaagga tattcgcgat gagtataatt
     4441 accccaaaaa gaaaggtatt aaggatgagt gttcaagatt gctggaggcc tccactatga
     4501 aatcgcgtag aggctttgct attcagcgtt tgatgaatgc aatgcgacag gctcatgctg
     4561 atggttggtt tatcgttttt gacactctca cgttggctga cgaccgatta gaggcgtttt
     4621 atgataatcc caatgctttg cgtgactatt ttcgtgatat tggtcgtatg gttcttgctg
     4681 ccgagggtcg caaggctaat gattcacacg ccgactgcta tcagtatttt tgtgtgcctg
     4741 agtatggtac agctaatggc cgtcttcatt tccatgcggt gcactttatg cggacacttc
     4801 ctacaggtag cgttgaccct aattttggtc gtcgggtacg caatcgccgc cagttaaata
     4861 gcttgcaaaa tacgtggcct tatggttaca gtatgcccat cgcagttcgc tacacgcagg
     4921 acgctttttc acgttctggt tggttgtggc ctgttgatgc taaaggtgag ccgcttaaag
     4981 ctaccagtta tatggctgtt ggtttctatg tggctaaata cgttaacaaa aagtcagata
     5041 tggaccttgc tgctaaaggt ctaggagcta aagaatggaa caactcacta aaaaccaagc
     5101 tgtcgctact tcccaagaag ctgttcagaa tcagaatgag ccgcaacttc gggatgaaaa
     5161 tgctcacaat gacaaatctg tccacggagt gcttaatcca acttaccaag ctgggttacg
     5221 acgcgacgcc gttcaaccag atattgaagc agaacgcaaa aagagagatg agattgaggc
     5281 tgggaaaagt tactgtagcc gacgttttgg cggcgcaacc tgtgacgaca aatctgctca
     5341 aatttatgcg cgcttcgata aaaatgattg gcgtatccaa cctgca

This has been the totality of the first DNA-based genome to have been cataloged.
The above sequence is the entire genome of bacteriophage ΦX174 - a circular single-stranded DNA genome of only 5386 nucleotides encoding 11 proteins.
This post contains the instructions for an entire, living organism.

BLASER SQUAD

Short data about Blaser squad:

8th Regiment

87th Battalion

117th “Cryptic” Company

11th Platoon

Blaser squad

The 8th regiment belongs to general Ima Gun Di, it’s CO is commander Jassup.

The captain of Cryptic company is captain Slowdown.

 

Clones on the pictur fom left to right, from top to bottom:

1. Commander Jassup: (CC-1177) He is the CO of the 8th regiment. Truthworthy, open-minded and has a bitter sense of humor. Has a tattoo on his face which says: “Strongest of them all”. It’s a sign of his respect towards general North. It’s one of her phrases. He has a good relation with both of his generals and mens.

2. Captain Slowdown: (CC-2997) Captain of the Cryptic Company. He always takes things too seriously. Thankfully has a lot of loving brothers who can make him ease up.

3. Sergeant Shortcut: (CT-3279) Sergeant of Blaser squad. He is always in a hurry, looking for easier ways, faster ones. He knows all the loopholes. When not on the battlefield he tends to be clumsy,  (which is ridiculous considering, he is a clone) but his brothers always cover up his traces.

4. Corporal Durant: (CT-2742) He is sergeant Shortcut’s right hand. He is an expert at “how to not tell the truth without lying”. He has a malfunction in his nerve system. The Kaminoans didn’t deem him defective enough, so he escaped termination and got a few nerve control devices, mostly helping him with optic nerves and sensory ones. An another malfunction caused him to turn grey right after his first battle. He was born with blue eyes.

5. ARC trooper Move: (ARC-2142) He joined the 117th after his brother by choice died. He is secretive, quiet and has a sad aura around him that makes everyone shy away. His squad brothers try really hard to break through his walls. He is an excellent trooper and has a great infatuation for heavy guns.

6. Falls: (CT-4441) He is a medic. He has a very curious and empathetic  nature. He is “everyone’s friend”.

7. Task: (CT-5586) He is a “by the book” guy. Despite that he never judges others. Never tries to correct anyone but himself. He keeps everything to himself. Good listener and reliable trooper.

8. Cyber: (CT-2608) He had the hardest past. He was brought back from the dead medically, twice. He had awful injuries but always survived. He is fiercely loyal, and despite his past he is the most cheerful and positive man in the squad. He thinks, it is his special duty is to lift everyone’s mood. His brother by choice is Trickster.

9.  Trickster: (CT-4462) He is the official funny guy in the team, but he can be also very cynic. His brother by choice is Cyber. Cyber’s injuries, suffering and almost deaths really weared him down. He is in a constant worry for his brother.

10. Stripes: (CT-3775) He was transferred from the coruscant guard because of repeated disobedience. His new captain tries really hard to straighen him out. He is snarky, sometimes rude, but has a big heart. He hates to see his loved ones hurt or sad, so he goes out of his way just to cheer them up, help them. 

11. Harlo: (CT- 3776) He is from the same batch as Stripes. Also a transfer. He asked to be reassigned with Stripes,so he can keep an eye on him. Usually he is the one who stops him when he tries to do something stupid. He tends to be real serious. Almost never smiles and has that stony stare that makes rocks hide under the ground.

4441) You cannot tell if someone has an ED purely from looking at them, their size, their weight, their blog, even from being their friend/ family- these are very secretive disorders.

 

4441) I found an insurance that's trans friend and they cover the cost of top surgery! I'm... Just at a loss for words. I thought top surgery was something I would never achieve and I'm so 'busty' that it made me put off transitioning for many years. I'm 26 now, and this is my second attempt to transition. Wish me luck, guys.
They Call Them Trinity - chapter 6

SFW, N?SFF, 4441 words / TW: torture, suicide / beta: hartfic & dabblingdabbler

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“Han, can you do me a favour?”

Her eyes flip back up to meet Grace’s, and she quickly nods.

“I too have a very good friend here in San Francisco, he will take care of me… could you tell him I am here?”


The barber shop Grace mentioned should be three streets down from the church, but Hannah’s been walking around the area for half hour now and can’t find it. She’s been walking and thinking and telling herself that of course Grace had a very good friend here. How good? Like fist-bump sort of good? Or more like holding-hands-and-kissing good? Or even… and where’s that bloody barber shop anyway?

“Excuse me” she stops a man who’s just came out of the church “Do you know where I can find Oakley’s barber shop?”

The man pulls a disgusted expression: “Of course I do.”

“And would you care to tell me where it is?” She asks tentatively.

The man just points towards a spot between two shops, where a dark door is embedded between a butchery and a grocer. Before she can thank him, the man walks away, scoffing.

The small brass plaque on the door says “Oakley’s barber shop, everything for the gentleman. Everything.”

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