Done with Zinefic! Well, the first draft, at least. Sue, I'll polish it up this week and get it to you ASAP :)
Now... March, Sleepers 2, and Untitled Original Fiction. Lesse...
1. Stargate SG-1 is Daniel Jackson, you shall have no other characters before him.
2. You shall have no other characters more important than him, you shall not worship them, nor write about them more than he, for he is Daniel Jackson who opened the Stargate.
3. Do not take the name 'Spacemonkey' in vain - keep this word upon your lips and in your fics day and night.
4. Remember the episodes in which Daniel stars and keep them holy.
5. Honor the supplementary characters present in the 'Stargate: Daniel Jackson' show
6. Thou shalt not character assassinate Daniel, nor say a word against his fans.
7. Thou shalt not cause Jack to commit adultery with Sam against Daniel.
8. Thou shalt not steal Daniel Jackson's limelight.
9. Thou shalt not bear any kind of logical argument in protecting Daniel.
10. Thou shalt not covet Jack - he belongs to Daniel.
LOL. Nope, I didn't write this, but I wish I had!
Filched from Encarta
1. First U.S. president George Washington rejected a movement among army officers to make him king of the United States.
2. Andrew Jackson, 7th U.S. president, dueled with Charles Dickinson after he insulted Jackson's marriage. Jackson let his opponent fire first, giving himself time to take aim. Jackson took a bullet in the chest and, without flinching, calmly killed his man.
3. James Buchanan, 15th U.S. president and the first unmarried man to be elected president, reportedly took great pride in his tiny feet, although he was a large robust man.
4. Often depicted wearing a tall black stovepipe hat, 16th president of the United States Abraham Lincoln carried letters, bills, and notes in his hat.
5. The 18th U.S. president, Ulysses S. Grant was born Hiram Ulysses Grant, but he changed his name because he did not like his monogram, HUG.
6. Both ambidextrous and multilingual, 20th president of the United States James Garfield could write Greek with one hand while writing Latin with the other.
7. William Taft, 27th president of the United States, weighed more than 300 pounds and had a special oversized bathtub installed in the White House.
8. The 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson allowed sheep to graze on the White House lawn during World War I; their wool helped raise money for the Red Cross.
9. The 38th president of the United States, Gerald Ford turned down offers to play professional football for the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions.
10. As a young lifeguard at a riverside beach near Dixon, Illinois, future 40th U.S. president Ronald Reagan rescued 77 people from drowning.