HP - Barty

OK I LOVE YOU BUHBYE

Move happening sooner than expected (I haven't talked about this much on here but I have mentioned it to several people) so radio silence for several days.

Have fic to keep me from going insane. Love you all. See you on the other side. Pictures forthcoming eventually.
Avengers - Dark!Darcy/Clint

fics request

Anyone know of any good Lucius/Harry fics? Well written, good plot, etc. burningchaos and I will love you forever. Also, I'm offering drabbles in exchange for links.

Also, really good mpreg fics would be nice too. Preferably NOT Snarry because neither of us like that very much. Anything is appreciated it.

Avengers - Dark!Darcy/Clint

and this is why fanfic is the best thing on the internet

Harry sighed dramatically, though he had to fight back a grin. "Now, Harriet, what'd I tell you about killing people?"

"Don't get caught?"

"Besides that."

"Take all of their stuff?"

"No, besides that."

"Don't do it without a really good reason and only if there is no other choice," she sing-songed and then started giggling.
Avengers - Dark!Darcy/Clint

Google Privacy Issues: Web History

Originally posted by burningchaos at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by pattyfeidt at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by gallicka at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by geckoholic at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by anjak_j at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
If you are going to do this, you need to do it before March 1st. It has been said that users will not be able to do anything about this after that date.

With reference to Google's policy changes and how everything you do with your Google account will be tied together into their super-cauldron of information, you will probably want to clear your Google Web History out - if you turned that feature on - before month's end. After that, you won't be able to clear it, and everything you search for will be connected with your account.

To check settings and/or clear out your Web History:

1. Go to Google. If you aren't signed in already, do so.
2. In the top right-hand corner you'll find your email address or name, perhaps an icon if you have a Plus account, and a little downward facing arrow. Click on the arrow and a menu will pop up.
3. Click to 'Account Settings'. This will take you to a page called 'Accounts'. (If you have a Plus account, you might go via a Plus sign-in page.)
4. Scroll down to a section called 'Services'. Here you'll find an option called 'View, enable, or disable web history', which has a link next to it. Click on the link.
5. If you never turned web history on, you'll get a page asking if you want to turn this service on. Just click 'No Thanks' and all is good. If you did turn it on, you should have a list of your searches. At the top there is a button that says 'Remove All History'. Click this and follow the instructions which will remove all items from your Web History and pause the feature so nothing else will be added in future.


Also, you can completely remove Web History as a service from your account by clicking THIS LINK, checking the tick-box and confirming you want to remove Web History. To be safe, it is probably best to do the steps above first to remove any history that might have already been collected.


Avengers - Dark!Darcy/Clint

game talk

So, if you've played Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, you're probably aware that it's basically a slightly less cracky and single player version of World of Warcraft (no, really). If you haven't played it, you're missing out because, well, it's crack. I logged nearly thirty hours on my first game, which I incidentally (and accidentally) saved over an hour or so ago.

Normally, this would be a cause for angst. It isn't. Why? Because I was stacking Blacksmithing and Jack of All Trades which...means that I was basically stacking Blacksmithing x2 and the main highlight of my playthrough was the fact that I was making armor that featured +75 health and +15% chance to critical hit. Which meant I hit like a truck and never died which is always awesome and is pretty much what I miss most about my Druid (WoW).

Despite my love of RPGs and epic storylines, I mainly play for the bragging rights (trophies/achievements) and the pretty gear. I like the pretty gear. Pretty gear makes me happy. It's why I raided.

Finally managed to get the stupid 'Out Of Your League' trophy [Kill an enemy four levels above your current level] by the simple process of hitting level 3 then moving two areas over from the area I was in (took about 6-7 minutes to change areas) and then leaving the road. I'm psychotic, obviously, except I sort of did this before in Warcraft. And by 'sort of' I mean I took my level 58 Death Knight for a run around Northrend and discovered everything which wasn't actually as difficult as anticipated, especially since I did it before they fixed that amazing glitch that let you graveyard hop. I was level 62 by the time I finished BUT it was worth it because it meant I was 1/4 of the way towards getting the 'Explorer' title for Cheza. Yes, I totally do that. All the time. Naming my characters after fictional characters is an endless amusement for me.

Have I mentioned I miss WoW?

Anyway, Amalur. Amazing game. I'm doing an actual playthrough this time (meaning NOT stacking a single skill with the intention of bending the rules enough to make myself nearly impossible to kill at a lower level than normal, which yes, bad, cheating, whatever. If I'm learning a game and I'm running around like a maniac doing random shit, I want insurance. I always feel better with a health pool 200-300 points higher than the average for my level. It's my 'OH SHIT' button, which I always end up needing.) and I figure I'll do it faction by faction (It goes: Main Questline, Faction Questlines, Town Quests, Tasks) instead of trying to do all three Faction questlines at once.

Also, long. Long game. Don't think there is a level cap either, which, yay. Should be hours of fun. Anyone else play? *grin*