“I love no one but you, I have discovered, but you are far away and I am here alone. Then this is my life and maybe, however unlikely, I’ll find my way back there. Or maybe, one day, I’ll settle for second best. And on that same day, hell will freeze over, the sun will burn out and the stars will fall from the sky.”—Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events)
This is probably the creepiest thing I’ve ever done, but after much thought about this, I’ve decided to compile a list of 100 things that we in the fandom love about Darren Criss. Some of them are quite obvious, and some of them may or may not strictly apply to me, but I think it’s nice to have it out there that these are the things that make up the man that we love.
Rocannon’s World, Ursula K. Le Guin’s first novel (published in 1966) is notable because the word ansible, a faster-than-light communicator, was coined in the novel. The term has subsequently been used throughout the canon of science fiction. Le Guin has said that she derived the name from “answerable,” as the device would allow its users to receive answers to their messages in a reasonable amount of time, even over interstellar distances. (wikipedia)