jordaniparrish:

Big, fancy guns, encoded death lists, so-called assassins… and not one of you can answer the simplest question. Who’s paying the bills? So I’ll ask a g a i n. Who’s

the b e n e f a c t o r ?

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

…”The Truth About Magic” is an exploration of moments frozen in time where everything seems to align in harmony and simple beauty”…
Blue Dream, 2014. 20” x 30” digital illustration by James R. Eads on view at Phone Booth Gallery, opening July 19th. 

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

…”The Truth About Magic” is an exploration of moments frozen in time where everything seems to align in harmony and simple beauty”…

Blue Dream, 2014. 20” x 30” digital illustration by James R. Eads on view at Phone Booth Gallery, opening July 19th. 

"No one else dies. Everyone on that list, everyone on that dead pool. It doesn’t matter if they’re wendigos or werewolves or whatever. I’m gonna save everyone.

-stupid-:

*throws lamp at you* you need to lighten the fuck up

erejearmin:

brotp? oh, yeah. okay. they’re totally a brotp. best bros. bros for life. bros MARRIED for life. bros who make out all the time. bros who confess their feelings on a summer night in a field of tall grass. it was windy and there were fireflies

thegeekiary:

As someone who was present at the Nerd HQ panel for Supernatural at San Diego Comic Con, I heard first-hand the comments that have very clearly sparked outrage in the fandom.  I knew the moment those words were said that there would be upset fans, but I assumed people would get angry on Twitter and Tumblr and things would move forward as they usually do.  It’s not the first time these types of sentiments have been expressed in this fandom, by the creators or actors, or even in other fandoms with other people. These comments are a systematic issue that’s not just related to this one specific show or these specific actors.  So as troublesome as I knew these comments would be, there were far more pressing matters at the time for me to focus on (I was attending as press and had several videos and articles to work on), so I let it go for the time being.  However, now that Aisha Tyler, the moderator of the panel, has chimed in on Facebook things have been propelled to another level fandom-wide.  It’s no longer another bump in the road of Supernatural fandom, but a direct engagement from those involved.  Aisha is 100% in the right to want to express her opinions as a person who was involved in the incident, but fans also have the right to express why these things are problematic.  Right now those fans are feeling as though their opinions are not being entirely understood and are feeling ‘crit shamed’ for finding elements of the media they enjoy worthy of deeper discussion.
READ MORE: Why Fan Are Upset About The Supernatural Nerd HQ Panel

thegeekiary:

As someone who was present at the Nerd HQ panel for Supernatural at San Diego Comic Con, I heard first-hand the comments that have very clearly sparked outrage in the fandom.  I knew the moment those words were said that there would be upset fans, but I assumed people would get angry on Twitter and Tumblr and things would move forward as they usually do.  It’s not the first time these types of sentiments have been expressed in this fandom, by the creators or actors, or even in other fandoms with other people. These comments are a systematic issue that’s not just related to this one specific show or these specific actors.  So as troublesome as I knew these comments would be, there were far more pressing matters at the time for me to focus on (I was attending as press and had several videos and articles to work on), so I let it go for the time being.  However, now that Aisha Tyler, the moderator of the panel, has chimed in on Facebook things have been propelled to another level fandom-wide.  It’s no longer another bump in the road of Supernatural fandom, but a direct engagement from those involved.  Aisha is 100% in the right to want to express her opinions as a person who was involved in the incident, but fans also have the right to express why these things are problematic.  Right now those fans are feeling as though their opinions are not being entirely understood and are feeling ‘crit shamed’ for finding elements of the media they enjoy worthy of deeper discussion.

READ MORE: Why Fan Are Upset About The Supernatural Nerd HQ Panel

Jen and Colin being adorable at comic con.

They have a connection..

colinodonorgasm:

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