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 Here is a sampling of what was going on this date in the previous five years.  Take a look and then explore the Archive for more great stories.

Sunday Morning by [livejournal.com profile] alynwa 2012
Having Doubts Can Be A Dangerous Thing by [livejournal.com profile] mrua7 2013
See, Hear, Accept by [livejournal.com profile] jantojones 2014
Life Does Not Immitate Art by [livejournal.com profile] glennagirl 2015
The Way They Were by [livejournal.com profile] carabele 2016
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The Secret of Their Success by [livejournal.com profile] alynwa post on July 21, 2012.
She Forgot The Title (literally, no title) by [livejournal.com profile] mrua7 on July 21, 2013
The World Is A Treacherous Place (editorial) by [livejournal.com profile] glennagirl on July 21, 2014
The Office Cat by [livejournal.com profile] otherhawk on July 20, 2015 ... This date is chock full of stuff, check it out. The 21st has three entries, but it's mrua7 and me again, so... day before is good.
Chasing Rainbows by [livejournal.com profile] lilidelafield on July 21, 2016

You have a wealth of stories if you'll just click on the Archive button at the top of the main page here on Section VII. It offers everything that's ever posted here, and that's a lot of reading material.
It's just happenstance who I found by going back to today's date, but if you'd like to rec one of your stories from around the same time, then please share so we can get another look at what came before.
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We're talking about a 50th End of the Series Challenge, which reminds me of the other 50th Anniversay: The Beginning.  So, here's my story that was part of the mini-bang event for the 50th Anniversary celebration on LJ.  We posted on AO3, complete with illustrations. [livejournal.com profile] avrovulcan did a bang up job (hah, get that? bang up), on the illustrations for my story, Art of Mercy.  On this Thursday, along with entries for the Great Episode Challenge, I hope you enjoy reading your MFU.
Art of Mercy on AO3
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The haboob, a powerful sandstorm, was making it hard to see.  What had started out as a simple courier run had turned into a desperate journey for one very pale, very cold blooded Russian.

"It is insane for people to live in places like this.  When the storm is finally past there will be a layer of sand over the very spot we were to find the document."  Illya was frustrated and hot.  The addition of a sand storm just made it worse.

"I know exactly where to look."


Napoleon held it up for proof that the job was finished.

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Z, at long last Z.
You can find the story AO3

The entire ABC Affair series by me is HERE
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W is here, finally.  I do  plan on actually completing the ABC Affair,
so if you'll just give me a little more time to get the last three posted,
you can visit with
W Is For Wow on AO3

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Vitameatavegamin, and you'll be healthy too!

Napoleon could hear the television from out in the hall. I Love Lucy?  Even Napoleon Solo knew  Lucille Ball and her crazy antics on the television show from the 50's.  But Illya?

He knocked on the door and noted the sudden silence within.  Illya had been laughing out loud at the comedy, and now Napoleon felt a little guilty for interrupting such obvious enjoyment.  He wondered how often the Russian guffawed like he'd just heard him doing from inside the apartment.

When Illya opened the door he was not laughing anymore, and the television was turned off.

"Napoleon, what brings you here tonight?  Are we being sent away again into the night?"  He was trying to maintain an appearance of cool reserve, but Napoleon recognized something slightly off.  He wondered what would happen if he …

"Vitameatavegamin?" Illya looked shocked, and then his face erupted into  a smile that was followed by a shriek of laughter.  Nope, he wasn't done with it, and like anyone else struck by a laugh attack, Illya was on the edge, just willing himself to not break into a laughing fit.

"I don't know what…coughing back a laugh… to what you are referringggg… " And then he was done for.  Illya laughed until his sides hurt, and the sight of it made Napoleon succumb to that clever trick that draws other people into someone's hysterics.

"We do not have such humor in Russia, no one is funny in the Soviet Union."   Napoleon's quip brought on more laughter.

"I don't know, Kruschev is sort of a clown."  That made Illya stop momentarily until he remembered the great man thumping the podium with his shoe, and he laughed even harder.

The two of them stood in the door way howling with laughter until tears streamed down their faces and they were leaning on each other for support.  The two top agents in the U.N.C.L.E., toppled by Lucy.

A few of the neighbors heard the laughter, but most of them were likewise occupied as they watched the show that had torn apart at least one iron curtain.

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I don't have something to post from a recent prompt,
so I went back into the archives and found this
from four years ago, almost to the day.
The link takes you to the original posting.
A Room With A View To A Kill
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I was perusing pictures of Wet Illya (after [livejournal.com profile] jantojones made a comment), and yes, Wet Illya is a tag over on
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Anyway, it led to this story that I wrote after a request from suezeque who is no longer on lj.  I have wondered where the idea for the story came from, having forgotten that she requested stories using the photo as a prompt.
Here is it if you need yet another story to read today... Dunking Russians
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I'm slowly getting all of my ABC's lined up.
The story is on AO3 - T Is For Turning
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Some of you may remember the first drabble, The Siamese and the Russian.  Today's double drabble is chapter two.  You can find them both on AO3

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Well, it seems I forgot this one... A Drabble for I

Innocence is the starting point.

Not everyone can claim innocence when seen from the vantage point of justice.

Illya Kuryakin had trouble believing in the concept of innocence, he had seen too much.

Napoleon, on the other hand, often had a more generous outlook.. It didn't hurt if the view was of a beautiful woman.  In spite of the treachery he had encountered, it was still difficult to assign guilt while making love to someone, even if she intended to kill you afterwards.

Illya saw it, saw her and recognized the treachery.  If he didn't intervene…

He shot her first.

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I thought I'd just post the story here, like the old days ;)  It's also on AO3 and DW

Read more... )

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Playing catch up again.  I'm only up to the P, but at least it's a story.
You can find it on AO3  P Is For Principles
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