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Mind Control and Yuri: Yummy
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And so it ends, with 115 deviations from February 1st, 2010 all the way down to today, my last. 

I could do something really longwinded here, as is my style, or simply leave this and my thanks to those who have interacted with me over the last four years. It was an intersting journey and i've learned a lot. Now it's time to move on (hopefully from fan-fiction entirely, though my latest Zoro x Robin stint on is keeping me chained for the moment). 

So i simply leave. The account will remain open, of course, and i'll have my eye on it periodically to maybe answer comments about older stories or something? Most of my hangout for the fetish is now going on at Hypnohub.


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Fetch26291 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2014
I've seen the face you are using as an icon before.
So, if you'll excuse me, I think I need to make a call to the Megakat City Salvage Yard.
Makosharkman Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014
If you're interested I know another story you could do from Cardcaptor. 
Shono Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014  Professional General Artist
Catty Clan Girls by Shono  

Just like what WarAngel said: Thanks for the faves!

If you enjoy my comic art, please check out more on the official website: shadowsofoblivion.shawnmccaule…

Thanks for the support!

Grogar-the-oneser Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
for your final story, how about something based off of this…
Ogodei-Khan Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
Now there's a villain I was unfamiliar with.

The story is underway, though progress is slow
Ghidorafour Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013


The New York Times is reporting that U.S. Congress is close to approving Fast-Track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership . If this happens, it may seal the fate of the Internet by ensuring the TPP will contain the worst provisions -- including Internet censorship -- that are being pushed for by industry lobbyists and some of the same people who authored SOPA and ACTA.

The situation is critical, but fortunately, we found a weakness in their plan.

Click here to find out how to help.

World leaders and corporate lawyers are meeting in Singapore right now to finalize the TPP. New documents released by Wikileaks just yesterday reveal that the U.S. is bullying other negotiators and refusing to budge on positions that restrict Internet freedom and acces s to medicine (3). Top U.S. officials are desperate to get Fast Track passed before the end of the year because they know if it fails, they’ll lose their best bargaining chip, and won’t be able to force the other countries to comply with their outrageous demands.

Here’s what’s awesome, though. Despite what the New York Times reported, we’re hearing from people in DC that there’s a good chance that corporate cronies in Congress don’t really have enough votes to get Fast Track approved for the TPP. It's going to be really, really close.

There’s no time to lose -- we need to shut this thing down right now before Congress goes on break and our attention is diverted. Click here to get the tools to fight the TPP.

If we flood Congress with emails and phone calls right now, we have a very real chance of stopping Fast Track. And experts on global policy have said clearly that if that happens, the entire TPP agreement could fall apart, and the worst aspects of it -- like Internet censorship -- would certainly be off the table.

There’s so much to hate about the TPP -- which is why everyone from libertarians to labor unions are joining forces to stop it. It would allow corporations to sue governments in secret international courts (4). It would decrease access to medicine (5). And the chapter published by WikiLeaks last month showed us that the TPP is like a Christmas wish-list for the RIAA, MPAA, and other corporate lobbyists. It resurrect s some of the worst parts of SOPA, like forcing ISPs to police the Internet, and it would push extreme copyright regulations onto other countries without expanding protections for free speech.

Time is running out, but if we can stop Fast-Track, we can stop the TPP for good. Are you in?

If you’ve already signed the petition, call Congress. Most importantly, forward this email to as many people as you can, and share on social media:

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Thanks team. These trade agreements die hard -- it’s an amazing moment in history that we even have a chance to stop this one. We’re honored to have you on our side for the battle.


-Evan, Tiffiniy, and Holmes

Fight for the Future

P.S. If your Representative is among the 151 Democrats and 22 Republicans who signed letters to Obama opposing Fast-Track, you can help by sharing this petition on Twitter and Facebook. We need to keep the pressure on, and convince more members of Congress that a vote to Fast-Track the TPP is as politically toxic as a vote for SOPA would have been.


1) New York Times, “House and Senate are Near Deal to Speed Trade Pact.”

2) Techdirt, “US TPP negotiators accused of bullying ; refusing to budge on ridiculous IP and corporate sovereignty demands.”

3) International Business Times, “New Leaked TPP Documents: WikiLeaks Reveals US Exerting ‘Great Pressure’ For Consensus On Intellectual Property, Other Issues During Secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks.”
4) Public Citizen, "More Power to Corporations to Attack Nations"
5) Doctors Without Borders, "Access to Medicine in Grave Danger as Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks Continue"

jmborn2rule Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013
You wont be writing ever again or is it temporary?
Ogodei-Khan Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013
Permanent, basically. Wrap up what is ongoing and then move on with my creative life. Won't shut the account down, though, so i can keep nosing around the community and my work won't disappear.
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