22 . 07 . 2014

MEMO #583

All SHIELD personnel with foot odor problems are reminded healthcare is free while employeed, and wandering around bases in just socks or barefoot is strongly discouraged.

If you’re wondering if your foot odor constitutes a problem, it is. If an enemy operative has ever known you were coming because they could smell your feet, it is a problem. If your Supervising Officer tells you it is a problem, it is a problem.

7 hours ago

sigyn-goddess-of-constancy said: ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME YOU HAVE AN ANGRBODA BLOG AND YOU DIDN’T TELL ME?


//it’s new. I hadn’t had time. SURPRISE!//

21 . 07 . 2014

ooc: blogs that are mine

in the interest of full disclosure, here are all my blogs, active, hiatused, or placeholder. Personal not included.

Marvel:

akihiro-daken,  arnimated, iwearred, areyouabeer, romulus-quirinus, thewitchofironwood, @thehallsofhel (new and nothing posted), @thunderintheskies (also Egpytian myth, or will be when I actually do something), mutantmisfit (bio coming sometime this year)

Farscape:

flexiblemorality

Discworld:

scythesandkittens, arghohgodohgodnoplease

1 day ago

MEMO #582

Wade Wilson is to refrain from suggesting to Tony Stark that a ‘robot shaped like Godzilla’ would be a good idea.

Because it definitely isn’t.

18 . 07 . 2014

MEMO #582

This is a reminder to whomever keeps setting off the TARDIS sound on the Helicarrier that such activities are prohibited.

A further reminder to all Whovians on board that leaving your duty stations to ‘see the Doctor’ is also prohibited.

Commander Hill

Deputy Director

4 days ago

Sam Wilson was an NCO, not an officer

primarybufferpanel:

Have to get this off my chest, because I see Sam called Major a lot.

Pararescueman (Sometimes called Parajumpers or PJs) in the USAF, which we’re told Sam was, is an enlisted position. Sam Wilson was a non-commissioned officer - I’m gonna guess he was at least a Sergeant and given the level of specialised training, probably a Staff Sergeant.

Pararescuemen have officers - they are called Combat Rescue Officers. They have most of the same training (though not all in as much detail) plus officer/strategic training. The idea is that the PJs are the detail guys (concentrating on individual casualties) the CRO keeps a wider, coordinating view, so doesn’t (or at least tries not to) get tied down with his hands stuck in somebody’s guts. I don’t think it is very likely a CRO would be strapping on a wingsuit, but in any case if Sam says he was Pararescue that means by definition that he was an NCO.

(Why does this bother me? Because while I think for most writers it’s a well-meant ‘well he was brave and important, must have been an officer’ that’s ignoring the many highly trained and skilled people who can be found among the NCOs. Making Sam an officer may feel like valueing him up, but it’s also kind of valueing NCOs down)

17 . 07 . 2014
Anonymous ASKED
Headcannon: The science R&D and the magic R&D have a yearly contest to see which is better, science or magic,they each make a monster and the best monster wins, and the insurance company looses.

this is sadly, disturbingly, and painfully accurate.

You have no idea the problems we have finding insurance at rates that don’t bankrupt us. Luckily the UN takes care of most of it, but yeah. It hurts us.

5 days ago
timeofconfidence:

brutallyhonestlife:

Important lesson: You cannot lead effectively if you do not share the same burden as your followers.

Yes yes yes yes yes. This explains everything.

timeofconfidence:

brutallyhonestlife:

Important lesson: You cannot lead effectively if you do not share the same burden as your followers.

Yes yes yes yes yes. This explains everything.

11 . 07 . 2014

MEMO #581

A reminder to all SHIELD employees and contractors that filimg and/or recording colleagues who are under the influence of anesthesia or coming out of sedation is a violation of protocol, HIPPA guidelines, and good manners.

Sub-Director Facchino

Human Resources.

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