Sandra Faber (b. 1944) is an
astronomer who has made significant contributions and discoveries to the field
throughout her career. Her research led to the discovery of links between the
brightness of galaxies and the speed of the starts within them, and to the
Faber-Jackson relation which bears her name. She also had a vital part in the
design of the Keck telescopes in Hawaii.
She earned her PhD in
Optical Observational Astronomy from the University of Harvard in 1972. She
then became the first woman to work for the Lick Observatory in Santa Cruz, as
an Assistant Professor. She was the principal investigator of the Nuker Team,
which searched for supermassive black holes using the Hubble Telescope.
Summary: Kurt’s a naughty elf. Blaine is a sexy Santa. Things happen.
Fill for this prompt:
“I’m so sorry but the Kurt elf and Blaine shirtless Santa pics are eveywhere, so: Kurt is a naughty, naughty elf and Blaine is an assistant Santa. Kurt tries to get Blaine to bend him over a sleigh or do it under a Christmas tree, and Blaine is reluctant first and then very inclined to agree (can be real or roleplay).”
It’s the perfect job, Blaine thinks: mostly on weekends, pretty much always at night so it doesn’t interfere with his college classes, and also, honestly? It just sounds like a lot of fun.
It’s a catering service, specializing in theme parties — so far he’s done a few kids’ birthday parties where they’d all dressed up as Cartoon characters or superheroes, a 50s theme party, a hockey-themed college party, two Halloween office parties and, the most memorable, a Toga party.