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Sometimes, the island was wacky in unfamiliar ways. But sometimes, it reminded Scully of her Worst Trips Ever.


"Oh, hell no," Scully responded, as an utterly creepy doll crawled into the clinic.

FTEC, Thursday (8/4)

Thursday, August 4th, 2011 12:55 am
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Scully had awoken cranky, but determined. Time to get to the bottom of her transformation!

She stomped off into town, and shot at two teal deer who tried to stop her from going inside the clinic. She took a sample of their blood as they limped away. (And drank some of it, but not from the sample. You had to keep your materials separate to avoid contamination.)

The nurses were staying waaaay on the other side of the Clinic from her, as she worked on her tests.

"Thith ith ridiculuth," she muttered through her just-starting-to-emerge fangs, as she broke yet another beaker. Really, those things didn't grow on trees!

Then she was absorbed in Science again.

[ocd on its way up!]

FTEC, Thursday (5/19)

Thursday, May 19th, 2011 10:46 am
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The blood sample that Triela had left Scully after her death was yielding interesting if ultimately frustrating results. It was great to have some answers, even if they were sadly after they could be useful to her patient.

The Conditioning drugs were remarkably similar to organ anti-rejection drugs; there were similar compounds used in her world. The combination of sedatives, hypnotics, and memory suppressants were much more tricky to break down, and she suspected it would take another week's worth of analysis to have a full work-up. The sad thing was how elegantly -- if nastily -- they worked together; one drug couldn't be unchained from another. The benefit of the anti-rejection drugs was enhanced to viability by the memory suppressants, and the tranquilizers were influenced by the physical adaptation drugs. There was no way that she could see so far to reap the benefits without all of them building up in a patient's system within seven to eight years.

She kept working on it anyway, hoping to find a key to unlock the system.

[open and ocd-free]

FTEC, Thursday (5/5)

Thursday, May 5th, 2011 07:26 am
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Scully was writing up reports, while keeping an eye on Triela.

FTEC, Sunday Night

Sunday, May 1st, 2011 11:01 pm
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The Clinic was open for an emergency case.

[ooc: for those at Triela's party, and after.]

FTEC, (4/21)

Thursday, April 21st, 2011 12:08 pm
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Her finals all done, Scully was concentrating on her medical investigations now, trying to find more possibilities for treating Triela. The timeline they'd established in early March said there was less than a month left-- maybe only a few weeks.

A breakthrough could happen any time now, really.

[open and OCD-free]

FTEC, Thursday (4/14)

Thursday, April 14th, 2011 10:50 am
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Last night's adventures in upside-down rain had left Scully tired and cranky when she woke up; so it was a subdued and caffiene-inhaling doctor on duty today.

There were big red X's on the calendar, marking down the weeks.

[open and OCD-free]

FTEC, Thursday (4/7)

Thursday, April 7th, 2011 01:14 pm
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Scully was going over test results again, and not liking the answers she was getting. And doing more online research about brain surgeries. None of them looked very promising.

[open and ocd-free]

FTEC, Thursday (3/31)

Thursday, March 31st, 2011 06:33 am
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Today was another day when Triela would be getting a check-up, but also, Raven would be there to help. Just having another healer there for the consultation was going to help, Scully hoped.

[open and ocd-free!]

FTEC, Thursday (3/24)

Thursday, March 24th, 2011 03:51 pm
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Scully was reading up on journal articles; drugs, long-term effects, types of intervention. And hoping for something silly today. A stubbed toe. A gremlin bite. Possibly the world's worst hangover.

[open and ocd-free!]

FTEC: Thursday (3/17)

Thursday, March 17th, 2011 04:34 pm
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Several of the nurses were green, green, and more green. After making sure there weren't any other symptoms, Scully had fun teasing them.

Yes, she was wearing green. But was just as glad not to match in any other way.

[open, ocd-free]

FTEC, Tuesday

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 12:30 pm
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Martha had planted herself at the front desk with a large coffee and the latest inventory check. She was certain that something in the invoice didn't add up, but she hadn't figured out what yet. Once she did, there was a supply company that was going to be on the receiving end of a very angry phone call.


FTEC, Thursday, 3/10

Thursday, March 10th, 2011 12:28 pm
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Scully was reading up on advances in science since 2000; it was good to have developments to look forward to in her own world in the next decade or so. Hopefully.

[open and ocd-free]

FTEC, Thursday, 3/3

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011 06:19 pm
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Scully had been doing some reading up on standard biomechanical enhancements, at least from her world, as well as some issues on mental conditioning, and felt like she at least knew the right questions to ask for when Triela came in.

[open and OCD-free]
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This bout of weirdness could not end soon enough for Scully. There were monkeys in the Clinic, cooing at the nurses. And hugging them. And dancing around

"This can not be sanitary."

And there was one clinging to her leg. Hugging her. So far.

"I can always tranquilize you, you know."

[The clinic is open, infested, and OCD-free.]
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Scully had just gotten crime scene photos from Mulder, who wanted her opinion on the bite marks and dismemberment details.

The nurses were now getting vegetarian pizza and staying far away from her terminal.

[open and OCD-free!]
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Scully was checking inventory; especially after a blizzard, and any cases of frostbite or new cases of flu, she wanted to be sure everything was in place.

[open, ocd-free]
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Scully was researching porphyria now. Not that she wanted to inflict it on herself, but maybe, if someone out there could figure out a way to age someone up, without overdoing it or the worst side effects... maybe that would be a good alternative to finding another djinn.

The nurses were talking about Nosferatu Journals, and anticipating the return of the show and possibly more patients who didn't take 'don't try this at home' seriously enough.

[open and OCD-free]
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Scully, having thought it over at yesterday's support reserves meeting, was currently re-doing the inventory on drugs, bandages, and medical equipment, in case of another attack.

The nurses were now calling her the Littlest OCD.

[the clinic is open, Scully is OCD, but I don't have any.]
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Scully was giving one of the walk-ins a look of exasperation as the day started. "Tomato juice, celery, a shot of lemon. And I'll give you a B-complex shot just this once. Next time, don't drink so much. Or forget to drink water. Or fall asleep in the Preserve." She made a face. "Near any stripey cats, yeah, I got that part."

The Clinic was open.

[and ocd-free!]
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Scully was catching up on back journal articles; mostly related to toxins, but with a few about mutations and epilepsy thrown in there for fun.

For excitement, she was going to practice bandaging on the nurses later. They were looking forward to the lollipops.

[open and ocd-free; back at 7pmEST!]
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Scully was -- well. Geeking out. There was no other word for it. She was playing using the mass spectrometer to examine a portion of the venom sample that Karla had volunteered, in the hopes of creating an anti-venom.

She was also muttering aloud. "...glutamic acid, with cholinesterases... but that's probably just to facilitate cross-membrane transport. Which does support the idea of a predatory evolution of the fang...."

The nurses were keeping a safe distance and pretending they couldn't hear her.

[open and OCD up!]
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Scully's first shift at the Clinic this morning; so far she'd inventoried supplies, double-checked the equipment, and ordered more forms.

The nurses weren't sure if she had OCD or was just hyper; either way they were watching this new one warily.

FTEC, Wednesday [05/26]

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 09:49 am
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With two new employees taking care of things at the clinic, Martha had a little more time to relax during the day. Today, she was taking that time to peruse the internet for medical news, which seemed to be focusing today on stupid teenagers being stupid. It was amazing how after seeing so much in her life, she was still surprised sometimes by the ingenuity of people when it came to finding regrettable ways to have a good time.


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