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dani2theela:

Made this last night after work because 1) I couldn’t sleep and 2) I wanted to make something out of that pic for so long now. It’s nothing fancy, but I think the simplicity of this makes it so charming. That plus the man who’s on it. 
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truestargoddess:

Flyboys in Atlantis.
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dani2theela:

Major Evan Lorne Appreciation Post (14/30)
→ 3.17 Sunday (Stargate Atlantis)

Dr Beckett: Um, I don’t suppose there’s any chance you’d like to come fishing with me on the mainland, is there?Major Lorne: If you’d got to me earlier, maybe, but I kinda wanna finish this up.Dr Beckett: Oh, it looks done to me.Major Lorne: That is why I am the painter and you a doctor.Dr Beckett: Very good point. Enjoy the rest of your day, Major.Major Lorne: You can count on it.
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dani2theela:

Major Evan Lorne Appreciation Post (12/30)
→ 3.15 The Game (Stargate Atlantis)

Major Lorne: So, what, they’re starving?Dr Zelenka: Well, not as of yet, but if they don’t change their approach to agriculture, it won’t be too long before many of their people go hungry. The frustrating thing is that there is a large piece of fertile soil in the south of the country that would be ideal for tuber cultivation, you know?Major Lorne: Sorry, tuber?Dr Zelenka: Tuber, yeah, tuber. It is indigenous to the planet. It’s a … it’s like a potato.Major Lorne: So why didn’t you say potato?Dr Zelenka: Because it’s not a potato. It’s—it’s—it’s larger. It has the same texture and nutrients as a potato but it’s a…like a cantaloupe.Major Lorne:That’s a pretty big potato.
  • Maj. Lorne: You know, when they told me I'd be travelling to another galaxy, visiting strange new worlds, defending humanity against unimaginable alien threats, this just is not what I pictured!
  • Dr. Parrish: We could be saving Earth -- right here, right now, Major.
  • Maj. Lorne: Oh yeah? How's that?
  • Dr. Parrish: Through a greater understanding of the long-term effects of severe ozone depletion on plant life. You may not want to admit it, but it's a real danger.
  • Maj. Lorne: [sarcastically] Oh yeah! Sure! Global warming -- Wraith attack. I see the similarity now, you're right! Yeah, it's great!

Posted 3 weeks ago with 16 notes

  • Dr McKay: So what kind of training do you guys have to go through to get this sort of mission?
  • Maj. Lorne: You guys?
  • Dr McKay: Yeah, army, navy, air force, marines.
  • Maj. Lorne: And by this mission you mean hunting down an escaped weapons specialist hopped up on Wraith drugs in the pitch black of an alien planet?
  • Dr McKay: Yes.
  • Maj. Lorne: Actually, I think I skipped that course in major school.

Posted 3 weeks ago with 45 notes

  • Maj. Lorne: Wow, you must really be some kind of genius.
  • Dr McKay: Well, as a matter of fact I ...eh, wait a minute, why would you say that now?
  • Maj. Lorne: Something has to have kept Col. Sheppard from shooting you all this time.

Posted 3 weeks ago with 32 notes