EmotionalTree



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    A DC universe where moms are awesome and raise their kids right. Now with more melanin and queerness. Also, Gotham's in Michigan and Metropolis is in Connecticut. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. Fics are in chronological order but are all standalone.

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    16 Jan 2019

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    Tony's thoughts slow down for the first time in his life, stuttering and slow like an out of date computer chugging through too much information with too little RAM. As everything stalls out in Siberia, his thoughts, his suit, his blood dripping from his wounds, Tony knows one thing for sure: when Pepper told him to rest, she didn't mean it like this.

    To be fair, though, when he wakes up after Siberia, he doesn't get much rest at all. There just isn't time for it, not when he's got the whole future to change.

     

    [on break; writing chapters]

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    05 Jul 2018

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    Before Desmond was an Assassin, he was a bartender for the Continental.

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    18 Jun 2018

  4. Public Bookmark 12

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    Has JARVIS always been the way he is shown in the MCU? Was he the perfect AI right from the start? Not in this tale.
    JARVIS started as a clever piece of code and grew to be more. This is an evolutionary tale from "Hello World" to "At your service, Sir" and beyond. After all, one word can change the whole world.
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    At this point Tony was laughing so hard that tears streamed down his face. Harder than he did in years. Between hiccups and giggles he ordered JARVIS to stop the simulation. The following silence carried a note of mortification. JARVIS managed to summarize the whole endeavor in one carefully worded sentence:

    "I know nothing about humans, Sir."
    "True." Tony replied, fighting renewed laughter, "But you are surprisingly adept at creatively killing them."
    "Thank you." JARVIS answered dryly, "It seems to be remarkably easy, Sir."

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    11 May 2018

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    (Most of Which are Humiliating and Painful to the People Who Did the Underestimating in the First Place)

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    09 May 2018