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  1. Rec 6

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    Steve Rogers is enemy number one when it comes to computers. Someone needs to do something about him before someone gets hurt. Thankfully he's got Tony.

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    21 Sep 2016

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    Steve's bad with computers. It's not that he just doesn't know anything. It's that he's really, really bad at them ...

    You’ve broken two iMacs, infected a Sony with a virus so lethal that the Pentagon wouldn’t be able to remove it, and seriously crippled our only remaining Toshiba laptop.

    I do find Steve being bad at computers amusing and this was a nice such story. I have an aquaintance that sometimes act like Steve, so I do get people being annoyed with Steve. Good with the list of days in the week and what Steve does on them. Yay for the William Fichtner reference!

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    This is a bit of an odd, suggestive AU fic - maybe it qualifies as a crack fic - where Mariel and Russell compete to see who can apologize to Tom better. I think it's pretty obvious who will win.

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    20 Sep 2016

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    Crack fic where Sheriff Underlay is avoidinga confrontation with Russell and Mariel by hiding in his cruiser, when they both find him. Rather than confronting him, both tries to woo him. Who will get him in the end?

    “If you open the door, I’ll take you to Marineland to see the dolphins.”

    Sometimes a crackfic can be lots of fun. Pouty Underlay and the outrageous bidding for his forgiveness/attention is amusing and made me smile. Interesting with the open talk about hybrids. Heh about the dolphin relations. Colorful description. Underlay in uniform, oh yes, that's fine ...

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    Phil Coulson has been the Keeper of North Bar, and about half hermit, for fifteen years by the time he finds the wounded man lying on the beach in the wake of a storm. (Actually-- it was the dog that found him; blame the dog.)

    Clint Barton has been a circus act, a mercenary, a spy, and a superhero-- now he’s a wanted man, and a half-drowned one to boot.

    When they start trying to clear Clint's name, events spiral out of control in ways they can't imagine. Their lives will never be the same -- and neither will the Avengers, SHIELD, and the entirety of Long Beach Island, NJ.

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    20 Sep 2016

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    Phil Coulson has worked for 15 years as a keeper of North Bar, an island, minding the island and his chicken. One day his dog, Lucky, finds a man washed ashore. It's the Avenger, Clint Barton, who has been reported missing and believed to have betrayed SHIELD. They hit it off very well. They must now prove Clint's innocence. In the process they infiltrate SHIELD and the Avengers and aquire a slew of helpers. Also, chicken.

    If Clint’s disappearance had created the cracks in the Avengers, it was his absence that was widening them.

    Good, very long read with an interesting, fresh plot, plenty of details, nice OCs
    and unexpected turns. Many good lines and descriptions. Good humor too. Nice full circle with Lucky's POV at the beginning and end. Very warm desciprition of the twon and its citizens. Heh for the jellyfish in Clint's trousers. Heh also for Kate defending Hawkeye ... I liked Tasha the chicken - and the other chickens too. Phil still very much Phil. Nice touch with him knowing Fury - and Blake. I really liked the bit with Clint stopping Steve from taking down SHIELD, several good points. Good use of Hand and setting up Ward, strong scene. I also liked them leaving Bruce with the chickens, sounds smart. Very interesting hack of JARVIS. And I found it sweet how Natasha invokes the luck of Clint. Several other details too. Like all the chickens named after Steve. I liked Steve in this one.

  4. Rec 27

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    Lucky’s a good dog. Lucky’s a smart dog. Lucky’s human? Not so smart. Like today he didn’t come home. And when he finally did, he was changed into a corgi! Lucky’s gonna do his very best to help get his human back on two legs >:3

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    20 Sep 2016

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    Lucky is a good dog. He lives with his person, who he loves very much. His person is not that good. He often has to go to the human V-E-T. Then one day he doesn't come home! And when he finally does - he's a corgi! Obviously, Lucky needs to put things right. Because Lucky is a good dog!

    Beating a quick retreat Lucky snatches his human up by the scruff of his neck and prances over to Phil Coulson, the man-turned-pup yipping frantically in his jaws.

    Very cute story. Go Lucky! Such a good dog! Poor Clint ... He's not a good dog. He's cute, though. Long since I read a corgi!Clint story, so that was nice. Heh for Lucky peeing in Clint's shoe. And calling Nat a cat. Strong about Lucky's name sound. Aww for Lucky trying True Love's Kiss -even - and thinking it works. Sweet!

  5. Rec 6

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    Clint makes decisions he regrets. Or maybe not.

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    20 Sep 2016

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    When Clint meets Phil for the frist time, he's not his best. He had had four helpings of the Tex-Mex buffet and his stomach is revolting. He manages to get to a stall in the public restroom, though. But it's bad. And then he doesn't even have paper ... Phil is in the next stall, and luckily he has at least some paper.

    “I can check if there is more paper in the other stalls,” the man says, now standing in front of Clint’s stall.

    Very special story with the circumstances. Yet oddly sweet. Poor Clint ...