Martita



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    Sometimes, when changes come, they do not always come at once.

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    19 Jun 2021

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    Metamorphosis by Fyre, possibly abandoned, still worth reading.

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    "'Spock,' Jim breathes out, completely overwhelmed by the gesture—not quite believing that Spock knows him so well, that's he's already started researching, that he trusts Jim with a member of his own endangered species."

    When Jim gets it in his head to adopt an eight year old Vulcan, Spock presents a logical solution to the issue of Jim's humanity: marriage to a Vulcan citizen.

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    Wherein Tony Stark, MIT college student and son of the Howard Stark, accidentally and unexpectedly befriends three-year-old twins, Harley and Peter, and their foster parents, May and Ben Parker, and finds himself being drawn into a very different family than the one he grew up in.

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    05 Jun 2021

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    Eggsy takes out the medal in slightly worse circumstances, asking for a miracle.

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    25 May 2021

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    In which Q is seven, Bond is very much out of his element, and the world is about to get a taste of what a child super-genius can do when he only trusts one person. Period.

    James Bond was used to dealing with two things, generally: guns, and people trying to shoot him with guns. Usually, the second was a problem, and could be solved with the first. Kids were neither as dependable as guns, nor was it socially acceptable to shoot them if they became threatening.

    And how funny was it that one of Britain's best agents was more terrified by having to deal with a seven-year-old enigma than he was of facing a score of enemy sharp-shooters?

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    23 May 2021