Spare Strange
Remember when this show depicted love so deep it changed our souls and saved our lives?
Yes!! I DO!! I do so much.  Oh god I do. 
I remember that feeling.  All the time.
This is why I ache so much when I think about where we are now

cuntessa said: Everything about the episode was shit. I don’t know how anyone thought it was good and I guess the same director is doing the finale.

Oh sweet bloody hell.  :P 

He considered his answer carefully. Finally, he said that there was nothing he would like more in the world than to see his mother and father again, but that he had no reason—and no evidence—to support the idea of an afterlife, so he couldn’t give in to the temptation.

'Why?'

Then he told me, very tenderly, that it can be dangerous to believe things just because you want them to be true. You can get tricked if you don’t question yourself and others, especially people in a position of authority. He told me that anything that’s truly real can stand up to scrutiny.


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Sasha Sagan, describing a time she asked her father, Carl Sagan, about life after death

How Carl Sagan Described Death To His Young Daughter | Popular Science

(via joshbyard)

smallspecialcollections:

Ooh la la! This beautiful little bookcase from the 1890s is from the LIndemann miniature book collection. The ten volumes have original colored glazed paper wrappers and gilt stamped titles on front and spine. A small gilt decoration is stamped on back of each, at the center. All are housed in a worn brocade-covered Louis XV-style bookcase with beveled glass door and cloth-covered shelves.All books have the title-page imprint “Paris 1896” and colophon “Paris, Imp. Pairault & Cie.” (Lindemann 05745).

smallspecialcollections:

Ooh la la! This beautiful little bookcase from the 1890s is from the LIndemann miniature book collection. The ten volumes have original colored glazed paper wrappers and gilt stamped titles on front and spine. A small gilt decoration is stamped on back of each, at the center. All are housed in a worn brocade-covered Louis XV-style bookcase with beveled glass door and cloth-covered shelves.All books have the title-page imprint “Paris 1896” and colophon “Paris, Imp. Pairault & Cie.” (Lindemann 05745).

Even the editing for that episode wasn’t good.  The scene where Sam finally gets to take a punch at gadreel looked like it had been edited while someone had the hiccups.  There’s kind of a punch, and then maybe he pulls back for a second one?  Possibly was going to stab gadreel? Then Dean is there stopping him.  It’s a fucking mess.

Reblog if you like Sam and Dean Winchester psychotically, irrationally, erotically and co-dependent on each other.

petite-madame:

Read my Lips. Drawn for the hoodie_time community on Live Journal.
PS CS4 - Pan Tool SAI, around 6/7 hours.

petite-madame:

Read my Lips. Drawn for the hoodie_time community on Live Journal.

PS CS4 - Pan Tool SAI, around 6/7 hours.

iam-beckyrosen:

ameliajessicawilliamspond:


Sam Winchester for awhsammy

your art is beyond amazing holy snot.

Aww Thank You sweetheart

iam-beckyrosen:

ameliajessicawilliamspond:

Sam Winchester for awhsammy

your art is beyond amazing holy snot.

Aww Thank You sweetheart