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"Bonded" by Jimbo
Pairing: Gamble/Street (Jeremy Renner, Colin Farrell)
Warnings: A little nasty. Slash, bondage.

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Title: "Tether Ball" (200 words)

With a deft move Jim Street fastened the cuff around his ex-partner's left wrist; when the confused Gamble looked over and tried to protest, he found his right arm equally encumbered.


Street smiled grimly, watching Brian Gamble struggle to shake off sleep. "Here's the rules, starting with the things you can do."

The two sets of handcuffs fastened to the head of Gamble's bed held his muscular arms wide, posed like a naked gymnast. He seemed to only half-listen to Street as he tested their strength.

Impatient, Street continued. "You can sit up, if you try. You can probably manage to scratch your nose. You can take a p*** or a s***, if you don't mind lying in it."

Street stretched out next to Gamble. "If you want to eat or drink, you'll have to ask." He trailed his hand down a ridge of hipbone and nestled his fingertips in the mossy lawn above Gamble's inert c***. "If you want anything else, you have to beg."

"You're f**king kidding me," Gamble said, finally recognizing the seriousness of the situation.

"And here's what you can't do."

Gamble took a deep breath. "What's that, Jimbo?"

"Ever walk out on me again."

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Title: "Force of Nature" (100 words)

"You can't keep me like this, Jimbo."

Brian Gamble's tone was wheedling. His arms were aching, and the skin around his wrists was raw from straining against the handcuffs that had him tethered to the bed.

His former partner didn't respond. He sat across the room, feet up, chewing gum as he stared darkly at Gamble. What the f**k is he thinking, Gamble wondered, still shocked at finding himself held captive by S.W.A.T.'s straight-shooter, Jim Street.

"What do you plan to do now?" Gamble asked, wincing at a sudden pang from his equally raw anus.

Street smiled. "Take my time."

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Title: "There's the Rub" (100 words)

"I've got a cramp in my leg, Jimbo. Jesus, it's killing me!"

A naked Jim Street crouched on the damp mattress and kneaded the bulging quadricep, trying to ease the painful muscle spasm. He knew his ex-partner wasn't one to complain needlessly. Brian Gamble had always been fearless and stoic about everything, except, of course, going to the dentist.

"That's one hell of a kink you got there," Street said, still working on the leg.

Gamble craned his neck and looked pointedly at the handcuffs tethering him to the bed.

"I guess I could say the same for you, brother."

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Title: "Indefinite" (200 words)

"You're getting chafed," Jim Street said as he massaged cream into his former partner's wrist, sliding the bracelet of the handcuff up and down as he worked.

"Why don't you just unlock the f**kers?" asked Brian Gamble. Fettered to the headboard for nearly 48 hours, his mood ricocheted between resignation and fury.

"Can't do it," Street answered, shaking his head and moving to the other arm.

"It doesn't bother a straight-arrow like you that you're breaking a string of laws here, including kidnapping, assault and sodomy?"

Street paused for a minute in his ministrations. "There's no law against securing your own property. And I'm taking good care of you. You're probably getting more rest and nourishment than you have since you left 'S.W.A.T.'"

Gamble groaned. "Jimbo, I think you've officially lost it."

Not answering, Street sat down on the bed and started to stroke Gamble's muscled chest. "Are you okay?" he asked. "Do you need your diaper changed?"

"F**k you, Jimmy!"

Street lowered his face to Gamble's chest, rubbing his stubble and muffling his answer against naked skin.

"How long do you plan on keeping me here?" Gamble asked.

Sitting up, Street sighed and shrugged. "As long as it takes."

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Title: "Consummate Bond" (200 words)

Tears crawled down Brian Gamble's flushed cheeks, and he was unable to wipe them away with hands still cuffed to the head of his bed.

"Did I hurt you?" Jim Street asked in a husky voice. "I swear to God I didn't mean to."

Gamble's breath caught, his quaking chest leveling out as he slowly regained control. His light eyes stared up at the ceiling as he refused to meet the intense stare of his former partner.

"Maybe I am f**king insane," Street said, "keeping you like this." Squatting on the mattress on his haunches, he suppressed a shudder, a nearby fan already chilling his damp skin. Gamble's response was muttered so softly, Street couldn't make it out. He leaned close.

"What did you say, Brian?"

"It didn't hurt. Not like the first time," Gamble replied. "I almost said, 'please don't,' when you started." He paused, then gave a great sigh. "Jimbo, I'm glad I didn't."

Street's expression softened, and he lowered his face to Gamble's sticky belly and nestled it against the precious, flaccid c*** curled there. "That's what I almost said in the locker room, when I knew you were leaving me," he whispered.

"I'm sorry I didn't."

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Title: "Bellyache" (100 words)

"You want some powder on your ass?"

Jim Street's tongue peeked out between taut lips as he carefully folded up the soiled diaper he had just removed from his former partner, Brian Gamble. Gamble, tethered to his bed with handcuffs, was muttering something about a stomach ache.

"F**k you, Jimbo! How can you treat me like a baby after everything we went through together?"

Street leveled dark eyes on Gamble. "It's easy. You are my baby."

"Jesus, Jimmy. It hurts!"

"What hurts, Bri? Your gut? Your wrists? Your hole?"

Gamble swallowed and groaned. "No, mother-f***er," he finally said.

"My heart."

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Title: "Top Gun" (100 words)

Brian Gamble rubbed his raw wrists, avoiding the scrutiny of his former partner and recent captor.

"You're not such a maverick anymore," Jim Street said, tossing the handcuffs aside and turning away.

Gamble raised his head, a spark behind his eyes. "Wha?"

"You heard me," Street said. "I'm top now."

"You're top? Top Dog?"

"Top Gun."

Grunting, Gamble suddenly tackled Street's back. Hot breath seared Street's neck and earlobe as Gamble hissed, "Let's see if you can be such an iceman when you're the one getting f**ked, Jimmy!"

Then Gamble smiled for the first time in hours.

"It's my turn."

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November 2007
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Brian [userpic]
Gamble-Street Website!!!

I've been working on it and I'm finally ready to tell my friends here at LJ!!!

Jim just_jimbo and I have a new website!

PLEASE visit the Gamble-Street website!
Clicking this banner will take you there, if you want to check it out.

Yeah, it's replacing the free little site we had at Geocities...

Isn't that cool news??? I'm just excited as can be. I really am!

So the rest of this entry will be me carrying on about all the work I did to get it ready for public consumption. LOL. And as I assume everyone will be bored as hell, I'll even cut it. OK? OK. LOL.

I'm now OFFICIALLY boring you with website details.

First off, I'm really, really, really, really annoyed that the automatic redirect function (that's a meta tag) won't work at Geocities. It's a lot more cool when you can simply redirect people to the new site. But what the hell. It is what it is. So I had to stick a link up and call it good.

I plan to take down all the pages over at the Geocities site, but I haven't finished doing that yet. I hope there aren't too many people who have various fanfic pages bookmarked there. But whatev.

I had to spend AGES recoding all the pages. I decided to check the code. You know, I'm thinking about trying to validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, believe it or not. My current code is all HTML 4.01 Transitional, which I wrote ages ago. (I guess that's pretty obvious.) I wonder how hard that would be??? (One of you guys who is really into coding should be able to give me an idea, right?)

I found a couple weird mistakes in my code. In one place on every single page I was missing the <tr> for the main table that all the other code is nested in. I can't imagine how I could have spaced it, but I did! So when I recoded I had to be sure every time to check for it and add it.

Then in another spot I had an extra </td> -- closing where it wasn't open, in other words. I've no clue how I did that, either, but I had to fix it on every page.

I already needed to change some dimensions because of the change from Geocities (with the ads running down one side) to a normal site. OK, maybe normal is a bad thing to call it. Maybe paid is better. (As opposed to a free site like Geocities.) Then I had to recode the internal search engine (which also requires a separate template that I had to code) for every page. And I use Enkoder to put email info at the site, so I had to get new code for all of that and paste it into every page, too.

While a lot of it's repetitive stuff that doesn't require much in the way of BRAINS from me -- LOL -- it did mean I had to get a method to my madness, and try to stick with it. (Thankfully Chad didn't ask me what I was doing on every single page as I did it!!! LOL. Only about 1/3 of them, I think.)

What else?

Oh, I want to check all my links to make sure none of them are dead. I hate it when I go to a site and try to click a dead link, so I'm sure not going to leave any around my site to annoy others...

It's funny, but when you haven't coded in ages it takes a little time to get back into it!

And on the subject of Cascading Style Sheets, did any of you know that the new standard was to avoid background-color and just use background, instead? I don't mind that, as it's easier to do all the background attributes at once, anyway. But it did mean changing my style sheet.

Hey! And what the heck gives with this one:
p.tiny { font-size: x-small; }

I used it previously, but now it won't validate! That one line messes up my whole style sheet, so I didn't even try to validate it. I guess 'font-size: x-small' is no longer good, for whatever reason.

Of course, I'm bad about still using things like <small> in my pages, which is totally wrong now. But it actually does validate, so what the heck.

I'd like to maybe try a new banner for the site, too -- when I get around to making it, of course! And it would be pretty easy to change the colors, via my style sheet. (If I wanted to, that is.)

So the big thing now is to keep adding all the fanfic that never got uploaded in the first place! Of course, that means sitting here and coding all of it, but that's no big deal.

Jimmy's written a ton of stuff that he has up at jimbo_fic, but that I never put at the 'old' website. So far today I've coded and uploaded the following:

Star Wars:
Liquid Lesson

Minority Report:

King Arthur:
How Could You?
Woman Liberated
Your First, Your Last

But there are TONS more to go! I need to keep it up -- and then update the website news to reflect it...

I'm really on a mission, anyway. LOL.

(Why am I having such a difficult time using LJ today? Man.)


Current Mood: busybusy and happy

It looks great!!!!!


Thanks, Becky. I'm having fun with it, anyway.

Hey, how's your arm doing? Didn't I hear that you broke it?



OOOOOooooh I'm so happy and the site looks amazing! Love it! I added a link to it to my profile page and I will link it in my links section eventually too... I also posted about it! hehe! I love it when friends do something cool I can brag on them about! hehe! Anyways.. great work love.. I am at a loss... I know how hard that had to be! Good luck with it and I'm sure I will be a frequent visiter.. oh yeah... you need a guestbook.. so people can sign and just say hey.. great job! LOL! Anyways, good luck! *kisses*