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syntax, a story in 101 lines

<b>title</b> syntax, a story in 101 lines
<b>author</b> <lj user="moveablehistory">
<b>rating</b> pg
<b>notes</b> written in bastardized HTML and PHP pseudosyntax; an experiment for all the geeks in the crowd.


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<story>
    <header>
        <title>Syntax, A Story in 101 Lines</title>
        <style "text/fic">
            .angst {
                bittersweet: 100%;
                tragic:      5%;
             }
            
            .schmoop {
                color:              pink;
                background-color:   white;
                tragic:                0%;
                happiness:            80%;
             }
            
            .comedy {
                tragedy:            15%;
                amusement:            75%;
                inappropiate_jokes    10%;
             }
            
            .legibility {
                geek:            100%;
             }
        </style>
        
        METADATA syntax moveablehistory pg sam/dean slash supernatural
    </header>
    
    <body>
        <div style="introduction: short;" class="comedy">

            The simple truth of the matter was the when Dean called Sam a geek, he meant it as a term of affection, kind of like when <i>jerk</i> or <i>bitch</i> or $name_calling or $descriptive_noun were ever exchanged in conversation. </div>
            
        <div style="exposition: medium;" class="angst">
            The $time_spent_apart seemed
            
                # if { $time_spent_apart= 2
                # set angst = 0 }
                # if ( $time_spent_apart= 4
                # $set angst = 1 }
                                        so much longer than anticipated and Sam wasn't sure how he managed to survive { y/n? } that long
                                        
                 # if { $how_much_sam_missed_dean > 100%
                 # set  denial = 1 }
                 # if { $sam_loved_jess > 100%
                 # set denial = 0 }
                 
                 # set !$guilt != $angst
                                         and when <i>they</i> were back, $guilt$angst.</div>
                                         
        <div style="climax: short;" class="schmoop">
                # if { $sam_loves_dean < 100%
                # set value = false }
                
                $something was fixed, didn't seem like it could ever be but $something was definitely different { where $different > !$different } </div>
                
        <div style="resolution: long;" class="schmoop">
        
                # if { $inprobable_justification = 1
                # set {
                        if $physical_relationship = true
                        set $angst$guilt$denial = 1
                        set $eventual_satisfaction = true
                        
                        if $physical_relationshop = false
                        set return
                # }
                
                The logical conclusion is that the pattern and set values of their lives changed on compliation, different $OS and different information protocols meant that the standard operating procedure
                
                 # set { where $denial = 1 }
                                
                                had to be recomplied, new procedures in place to alter the established framework.
                                
                # if { $denial = 0
                # set guilt = true
                    if $honest != $okay
                    set return
                    
                    if $honest = $okay
                    set $satisfaction
                # }
                    
                                They found they were okay with it, all right with <i>each other</i> because !$same = $better at least more often than not. Probably as close to completely happy as they were ever going to get, even though { $sense = 0 } .
                                
                #if { $happy = 90%
                # set good }
                # if { $happy > 90%
                # set better }
                </div>
                
                <div style="conclusion: short;" class="schmoop">
                
                # if { $dean_loves_sam > 100%
                # set value = true
                # set reverse value = true }
                
                </div>
    </body>
</story>
Tags: fandom: supernatural, genre: crack, genre: schmoop, length: -1000, pairing: sam/dean, rating: 14a, style: experimental
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