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SpruceMASH

Posted:
11/21/2007 4:03:28 AM

fav MASH fics on ff.net

What's your MASH favourite story on fan fcition.net? and why do you like that particular story?
Mine is "Missing Hawk" by Mariole, the detail and accuracy of the story is brilliant!

Garbage officer

Posted:
1/12/2008 8:03:40 AM

I have to agree with you 100%. That story is the best thing I've ever read. I might even go as far as saying *the* best in any fandom I've read.
It has such a amazing story and it never makes me lose interest in it. I especially like the characters being very natural, which often in stories like this, they end up losing themselves.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
1/5/2009 2:45:15 PM

a minor truce
SpruceMASH wrote:
What's your MASH favourite story on fan fcition.net? and why do you like that particular story?
Mine is "Missing Hawk" by Mariole, the detail and accuracy of the story is brilliant!

I'M glad you feel this way.
However, at least consider the factor that "THE GRAND RAPIDS O'REILLYS" contains all kinds of crossover characters from RODNEY HARRINGTON of the 1960'S tv classic "PEYTON PLACE" to the ever popular BENJIMAN BRADDOCK from the 1967 film "THE GRADUATE"?

LongLiveRock

Posted:
1/5/2009 7:50:27 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
I'M glad you feel this way.
However, at least consider the factor that "THE GRAND RAPIDS O'REILLYS" contains all kinds of crossover characters from RODNEY HARRINGTON of the 1960'S tv classic "PEYTON PLACE" to the ever popular BENJIMAN BRADDOCK from the 1967 film "THE GRADUATE"?

Fics you wrote don't count!

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
1/12/2009 5:15:37 PM

congratulations
SpruceMASH wrote:
What's your MASH favourite story on fan fcition.net? and why do you like that particular story?
Mine is "Missing Hawk" by Mariole, the detail and accuracy of the story is brilliant!

Keep up the good work.

maximom

Posted:
2/3/2009 6:59:15 PM

I love anything by Meatball Surgeons. She's one of the few that can do both humor and angst equally well. She did a deleted scene from GFA that could have been from the show, it was that realistic. She has another one that has Hawk recovering from a breakdown. It was very detailed and dramatic. I normally can't pay attention to long fanfics. But this one kept me intrigued the whole time. I recommend every single one of her works.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
6/1/2009 4:04:27 PM

the years after the war
maximom wrote:
I love anything by Meatball Surgeons. She's one of the few that can do both humor and angst equally well. She did a deleted scene from GFA that could have been from the show, it was that realistic. She has another one that has Hawk recovering from a breakdown. It was very detailed and dramatic. I normally can't pay attention to long fanfics. But this one kept me intrigued the whole time. I recommend every single one of her works.

How about when RADAR'S deputies congregate for drinks at ROCKY'S TAVERN?

LongLiveRock

Posted:
6/14/2009 2:07:00 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
How about when RADAR'S deputies congregate for drinks at ROCKY'S TAVERN?

You Fail!

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
7/1/2009 6:58:15 PM

wise guy, eh?
LongLiveRock wrote:
Fics you wrote don't count!

What is it that you have against my congratulating the others?

Please note: password is case-sensitive

Posted:
7/10/2009 3:50:20 AM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
What is it that you have against my congratulating the others?

It's just that we hate your shameless self-promotion on every thread.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
8/13/2009 6:57:52 PM

knucklehead
Please note: password is case-sensitive wrote:
It's just that we hate your shameless self-promotion on every thread.

You couldn't tell a shameless self-promotion from a federal based jury finding RUTHERFORD T. GRANT and his entire SPECIAL CRIMES ACTION TEAM guilty of being corrupted police officers.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
8/13/2009 6:58:43 PM

congratulations
maximom wrote:
I love anything by Meatball Surgeons. She's one of the few that can do both humor and angst equally well. She did a deleted scene from GFA that could have been from the show, it was that realistic. She has another one that has Hawk recovering from a breakdown. It was very detailed and dramatic. I normally can't pay attention to long fanfics. But this one kept me intrigued the whole time. I recommend every single one of her works.

That's one comment I'll agree with for keeps.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
8/13/2009 7:02:29 PM

fairness
Garbage officer wrote:
I have to agree with you 100%. That story is the best thing I've ever read. I might even go as far as saying *the* best in any fandom I've read.
It has such a amazing story and it never makes me lose interest in it. I especially like the characters being very natural, which often in stories like this, they end up losing themselves.

Keep writing.

LongLiveRock

Posted:
8/13/2009 11:26:51 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
That's one comment I'll agree with for keeps.

Have YOU read the story that she is talking about?

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/17/2010 12:01:39 AM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
You couldn't tell a shameless self-promotion from a federal based jury finding RUTHERFORD T. GRANT and his entire SPECIAL CRIMES ACTION TEAM guilty of being corrupted police officers.

You are to fan fiction what Albert Goldman and Kitty Kelley are to celebrity biographies!

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
8/3/2010 8:00:54 AM

materials check up
LongLiveRock wrote:
Have YOU read the story that she is talking about?

Maybe, and then maybe not, still you wouldn't know a good hunch, iof it clashed into your garage.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
8/3/2010 8:01:52 AM

comparisions
LongLiveRock wrote:
You are to fan fiction what Albert Goldman and Kitty Kelley are to celebrity biographies!

GOLDMAN and KELLEY could never hold a candle to either me, or to CHARLES ADDAMS.

LongLiveRock

Posted:
8/4/2010 2:38:38 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
GOLDMAN and KELLEY could never hold a candle to either me, or to CHARLES ADDAMS.

Charles Addams never wrote celebrity biographies or total bullshit!

Trappers_Girl

Posted:
1/1/2011 1:20:15 AM

LongLiveRock wrote:
Charles Addams never wrote celebrity biographies or total bullshit!

Mine would be by CrazyWriters, but they're rewriting it right now, it was called MASH 4077 but the new one coming out is called Hello, Swamp

Trappers_Girl

Posted:
1/1/2011 1:38:24 AM

Trappers_Girl wrote:
Mine would be by CrazyWriters, but they're rewriting it right now, it was called MASH 4077 but the new one coming out is called Hello, Swamp

http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6611467/1/ <-- Hello, Swamp

S.F.P.D. Commissioner McMillan's son

Posted:
2/8/2013 12:50:24 AM

overlooked possiblities
LongLiveRock wrote:
Charles Addams never wrote celebrity biographies or total bullshit!

Perhaps not, still he might have supplied illustrations for such works just the same.

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