or 49

3

I think I forgot how to breathe while reading this chapter.

Okay. But what if Dazai gave the agency the heads-up that the enemy might use Chuuya’s ability to their advantage? I mean, who would be surprised if Fyodor knows everything about everyone? Not me. Not us. What if it was in Fyodor’s plans to use Chuuya’s Tainted to wreak more havoc, and what if that was the reason why Ranpo let himself be trapped with Chuuya inside the book? Poe said that even Ranpo would take days to escape, what more if it was Chuuya? If Dazai was actually the one behind all these is2g– (but I wouldn’t be so surprised if he actually is). Dazai’s protecting his boyfriend from harm for once.

anonymous asked:

Hi would you be able to recommend (recently) completed fics that are 100k+ words long ?? thank you!!

The following 100K+ word fics have been completed since 2017:

Heed His Sweet Call by jamcreynolds - M, 49 chapters -  Draco discovers he’s a veela…right after he discovers Hermione is his mate and he marks her! Can he convince her to accept him in the year he’s allotted before his death? Set in their 8th year at Hogwarts, characters are somewhat OOC.

Stripped Bare by Kittenshift17 - M, 27 chapters -  Dragged to Malfoy Manor, Hermione is tortured for information on Harry’s whereabouts. When the Cruciatus cruse proves useless, Bellatrix settles on a heinous course of action to loosen her tongue. Forced to come together under threat of death, Draco and Hermione are about to learn there is more to their relationship than hatred.

Let There Be No More Curse by StoriesForTheMature - M, 47 chapters -  100 years ago, The Malfoy Heirs were cursed by only enabling them to provide just one heir for each generation after. That is until two people fool around, after having consumed too much alcohol.

A fine thread by razakeene - M, 37 chapters -  Draco Malfoy thought he had finally found happiness. When the wrath of his past mistake threatened his life, no cure could be found. When he resigned himself to his fate, a tiny hope blossomed in him in the form of a brainy Gryffindor. But where was she? It has been two years since anybody has seen her in the wizarding world.

Matched by longdistance - M, 21 chapters -  The wizarding community has not quite bounced back in terms of numbers since the end of the war. Desperate times call for desperate measures and a Marriage Law is enacted by the Ministry. Hermione isn’t even dating anyone, let alone ready to be someone’s wife. Draco has a secret that he’d rather not share. Odd couples are made and they have a year to figure it all out.

Happily Divorced by writerspassion18 - M, 31 chapters -  A hug here. A kiss on the forehead there. Nothing bad could come out of being on good terms with your ex, right? (with angst and fluff strung in between :)

Unhinged by writerspassion18 - M, 43 chapters -  Running, hiding, secrets, and war. It’s only natural to go a little crazy.

-Shirlyn

2011 & now

Let’s see how much people’s lives have changed.​ @lindsaydoeslife  gave me 2011.

CAR
Then: 2004 Honda Accord = hand me down from Mrs. w/ working a/c
Now: 2014 Nissan Titan truck

JOB
Then: team leader at a large chemical plant w/ 25 people reporting to me
Now: Now, I’m an engineer for an energy company w/ no people reporting to me

AGE
Then: 49
Now: 55

LIVED
Then: Sulphur, Louisiana = near both of our parents
Now: Sulphur, Louisiana = near both of our parents

PETS
Then: a dachshund named Sandy and a cat named Puddin the Queen 
Now : a dachshund named Sandy and a famous cat named Peanut the Avenger

LOCAL RESTAURANT
Then: we liked a mexican chain, Casa Ole’
Now:  our favorite is Luna’s - they specialize in grilled tuna

TV
Then: The Office and college football
Now: a little netflix and some college sports

HAPPY
Then: yes.   same Mrs. and 3 good children and close to our parents who were in good health
Now: yes. same Mrs. and 3 good children and close to our parents to help take care of them

KIDS
Then: yes, 2 girls and a boy
Now: yes, 2 girls and a boy / also 2 grandchildren and 1 on the way.

comment if you would like a year and i will send you one..

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The scene that killed me

This. This did me in. Not only because of how much Akutagawa actually cared about Kyouka, but also because of his narration about his mentor, Dazai.




According to Akutagawa

He met a certain person

Joined a certain organization

And the hope for death in his eyes

vanished.

Molecule of the Day - DDT

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (C14H9Cl5), more commonly known as DDT, is a colourless, tasteless solid under room conditions. It was used as an insecticide during the 1940s-1970s, and gained notoriety after Rachel Carson’s 1962 book, Silent Spring, which highlighted the health and environmental effects of DDT.

DDT acts by binding to voltage-gated sodium ion channels of neurons (as seen on the left of the diagram below), causing these channels to be permanently open instead of opening only upon the arrival of an action potential. Consequently, there is a continuous influx of Na+ ions into the neuron, which triggers a series of rapid action potentials and hence neuronal impulses. This leads to rapid muscle contractions, spasms, and death.

While this effect does not occur in humans and other non-insects, it is still moderately toxic, and as been shown to be an endocrine disruptor. Therefore, chronic exposure to it can lead to tumour formation, developmental problems, and birth defects. DDT is also considered to be a possible carcinogen.

Due to the hydrophobicity of DDT, it tends to accumulate in the lipids of living organisms rather than in the environment. This results in biomagnification, in which its concentration increases upon going up the food chain, as each organism of a rung of the chain consumes multiple prey. Consequently, the usage of DDT affected the populations of many birds of prey, such as the bald eagle.

In 1962, Rachel Carson published the book Silent Spring, which highlighted the negative effects of the usage of DDT and other pesticides on the environment and biodiversity. This book was revolutionary; it sparked a heated debate on pesticides and contributed to the 1972 US ban on DDT. The world followed suit; most countries around the world now prohibit the use of DDT, except for limited disease vector control purposes, such as for malaria.

DDT is synthesised by the condensation of a molecule of chloral and 2 molecules of chlorobenzene via an electrophilic substitution reaction, producing water as a by-product.

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