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Thayne MacHern
03 October 2009 @ 10:50 pm
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Thayne MacHern
Now we're getting into individual encounters. The first is with Thalia, because I'm lazy and chose the easiest character to do first--mine! Haha.  Okay, I want to say beforehand...anything that you think seems romantic IS NOT. Rob's fascination with all of the women is purely intrigue--he's never met anyone like any of them before. So in this chapter, if he stops to study Thalia or marvels at something about her, it is just because she is interesting to him. It will be the same for the other three girls too. I am NOT playing favourites with my own character!
The crap-ola lyrics in this chapter are, once again, lyrics I wrote for a local band. The lyrics suck, I know, but I didn't feel like writing new ones, so nyeeh.
And besides all that...enjoy!


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Thayne MacHern
14 October 2008 @ 03:29 pm
I made a boo-boo on the last one. The last one was actually Chapter TWO, and this is Chapter THREE!
This one is a little less than perfect, if compared to previous chapters. If you don't like it, tell me and I'll edit it. I just really wanted to get it done before going into work.
Anyway...here ya go!


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Thayne MacHern
13 October 2008 @ 03:51 pm

All right! This should be the last of the "introductory" chapters to this story. After this one, its all friendships and personal stuff between all major parties (Rob, Delaney, Louise, Lindsay, and Thalia).
Before we'd begin, I'd like to state some things for the record:: 1) Joe Firstman is awesome. I actually met him once when he was touring with Jewel, and he was the coolest guy! He autographed a copy of his album for me (The War of Women--check it out!), and told me some jokes. Great guy. 2) The "Hugh" I keep mentioning is, yes, Hugh Laurie, from "House, M.D.". Haha. He's such an awesome Brit; I absolutely had to include him. He'll be making several appearances throughout this story, as well as some other celebrities we all know and love. 3) "Break" is not an actual Rob Pattinson song, so if it seems out of sorts from his usual lyrics, that's because he didn't write it! I wrote it for my band a while back, but we never ended up putting music to it and its just been gathering dust, so I gave it to Rob!

And, all always, leave lots of nummy feedback, please?!

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Current Music: "Now You're Gorgeous, Now You're Gone," by Joe Firstman
Thayne MacHern
10 October 2008 @ 01:57 pm
The first official chapter of Life & Times of Rob Pattinson. This is the individual introductions. Hope you like it!


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Thayne MacHern
09 October 2008 @ 11:07 pm

Here we go! This is the sort of Prologue to my fanfic, "The Life & Times of Rob Pattinson." I'm so excited! Let me know what you think!

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Thayne MacHern
08 October 2008 @ 06:21 pm
Hey, everyone!

I am starting this really huge fanfic project based on an actor, instead of his characters. Can you guess which actor? Yep! Its going to be called, "The Life & Times of Rob Pattinson."

And since I am such a nice person, I am extending this offer before I begin writing... You could be a character in the story! Interested? Details under the cut.

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Thayne MacHern
06 October 2008 @ 01:22 pm
Hey, guys--I said I was going to be on more, and I was so focused on using my week-end getting caught up with Internet stuff (mainly catching up on Twiheads), and then my phone got cut off! And because I live in the Stone Ages and have DIAL-UP, I couldn't get on! But I'm back now, and focused.
Also, for those who don't know, I'm working at Subway now! I am a sandwich artist there. Awesome. Also, very soon I will be starting some training classes and then taking calls for the RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) Help Hotline. Doing my part for women. Every little bit helps.

And...here's a countdown to the release of the official Twilight movie trailer!
Current Music: "Mond Tanz," by Blackmore's Night
Thayne MacHern
26 September 2008 @ 09:40 am
Hey, guys, I'm back! So, the bad news is that I do have apnea, but the good news is that it is solely attributed to my other problems (sinuses, PCOS, weight, et cetera) and as long as said problems stay well-managed, the apnea should have no trying affects on my body. That is a very good thing, because apnea would be the thing I worried about the most--apnea can be fatal! But not to me, so I'm pretty happy.

I spent my two days in the hospital reading and watching television. But all I read was Anderson Cooper's Dispatches from the Edge (A Memoir of War, Disasters, and Survival) and watched DVD reruns of Anderson Cooper 360º, so I am just pumped full of CNN-type stuff right now. I adore Anderson Cooper--I think he's one of the wisest, bravest, most dedicated men on the planet, and he is pretty much the only person I trust for news.

Anyway, I'm back. I'm feeling a little better, and...yeah.

Time for an Anderson quote? I think so!
"Anyone who tells you they aren't scared in a war zone is a fool or a liar, and probably both. The more places you've been , the more you know just how easy it is to get killed. It's not like in the movies. There are no slow-motion falls, no crying out the names of your loved ones. People die, and the world keeps spinning."

And now, I am going to make a peanut butter and banana sandwich. Hey, you listen to as much Elvis as I do, and you start picking up some Elvis-esque eating habits.
Current Music: "Blue Christmas," by Elvis Presley
Thayne MacHern
23 September 2008 @ 02:12 pm
Hey, guys. I'm sittin' here, watching some Bones and waiting for my ride. I'm going into the hospital for a couple days. Don't worry! I'm not dying or anything. My last entry said that I was sleepy all the time, remember? Well, its been ridiculously bad (I fell asleep standing up for the first time in my life yesterday), so I called my doctor and she was concerned. PCOS, apparently, can caused sleep apnea which, untreated, can be very physically damaging to the body. She arranged for me to do a two-night sleep study at the hospital, so that's where I'm heading. If the test affirms, I'll have to go back in for more tests, but if it negates, then I'll only be there for two nights. Laptops and mobiles aren't permitted within the hospital, so I'm going to drop off the face of the earth until the tests are over. I'll talk to you all then. Wish me luck!