Being a fan of history, I've been especially fascinated by the few times that individuals have had a disproportionate impact on world events. One of those people was a 19-year-old teen who managed to make things a lot worse for us all, born just 114 years ago today. His story forms the basis for a Daria fanfic.
Today is also the anniversary day when a passenger liner with an unusual name collided with another ship and sank. The ship's name became part of the title of Part Four in this story.
Thirty years ago today, a happier event took place: the birth of the first "test-tube" baby. She (and recent genetic research involving Dolly the Sheep) inspired a fanfic, too: this one.
DariaWiki's newest page is about a squirrel, but not a normal squirrel. Thanks, BG. NO! WAIT! The latest article is about another squirrel, also abby-normal. Still BG's fault, however. The latter article is also the 1,900th one on DariaWiki!
Just a reminder: If you lack exciting in-canon villains to go with your next Daria fanfic, look no further than this thread, from here on.
And a quick note: Jim Vitale is BACK!
- Duck and Cover, by Smileyfax (Part 2): "I'd like to see those zombie bastards try to get us now!"
- The Young Switcheroo, by Smileyfax (Part 3): The story is better than excellent, but what I want to know is, how can this guy write so much good stuff all at the same time? Check it out.
- The Other Side of Time: The Nightmare Never Really Leaves, by The Sidhe (continued): “I’m given to understand that you’ve been having nightmares again.”
- A Simple Makeup Kit, by Richard Lobinske (Part 1): The real, true story about how Daria learned to put on makeup. And the secret has to do with The X-Files.
- Tales of the Ringbearers: Morning Mission, by Doggieboy (COMPLETE!): “What are you doing here?” Daria asked. “You can’t take Robert!”