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I haven’t seen the Nerd HQ yet, but observing…
BINGO. See, here’s a thing: we can pretty much tell from Jared’s behavior (though of course I don’t personally know the guy) that he doesn’t hate women, nor think being a woman is a horrible fate. It was…
Amen, sister! We all grow up in certain circumstances and with certain general opinions and cliches around us and they are just rooted very deeply in our minds like in the general cousciousness of the society. There are certain common and old sayings and comparisons, which are just a part of the general cultural image. And nothing more. I guess, people see the devil too often where there is nothing. Political correctnes is something impossible and creates absurd situations. And you’re absolutely right - I believe EVERY of us uses a phrase here and there, which meaning could be seen as offesive by someone. But they are just speech figures, there’s no real meaning behind it, just as it does not automatically mean, the person who uses it is a bad human being. People put too much weight to words. But I would rather look at someone’s behaviour. I rather see a guy who is carrying bags and opens car doors for his pregnant wife and always treats her with respect and admiration, than pick at speech figures. And that’s who Jared is, judging from all the years I observed him and from having the chance to meet him in person. A caring, nice, humble and grateful guy, a bit impulsive (maybe that’s what brings him down sometimes). And I can say the same about Misha who actually cares about solving the more important issues in the world, you mention. A very supportive and caring person as well. And that’s all. None of them is saint, none is the devil, they’re just pretty normal guys, who also joke around like guys do. Some people just overinterprete everything and care too much about really meaningless things.
During the 16th century, it was believed that each demon had more strength during a special month of the year. So people born on those moths are influenced by them.
Belial in January
Leviathan in February
Satan in March
Belphegor in April
Lucifer in May
Berith in June
Beelzebub in July
Astaroth in August
Thammuz in September
Baal in October
Asmodai in November
Moloch in December
Sometimes I wonder, why I know more about demons than angels.
Lol, I’m wondering if Eric Kripke knew this:p
Oh, it’s my month now!:D
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yes, it is about queerbaiting and I don’t even think it’s about the sexual side. I’m referring to this one: …
Actually what Jensen said got huge ovations from the audience (I’ve been there). So please people, don’t make your statements as if everybody in the fandom would think the same and want the same, because we don’t. If you want the show to be another story than it is, write fan fiction, draw fan art. But don’t force your interpretation on everyone. I love the show as it is and don’t want it to become your fan fiction, no, thank you.
The feeling when one of your dreams finally comes true after three years of waiting and turns out to be perfectly as you imagined it to be :-)
I’m still not sure if this is what I had in my head. Probably not, it just lives on its own and I don’t know whether I’m OK with this painting or whether I don’t like it. But deadline is deadline, you have to keep it and I really wanted to include that scene - it was so beautiful and symbolic for Sam.
Hope, you will like it a bit though:)
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Blaze of Glory by Jon Bon Jovi - my absolute dream song for the series finale <3
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