(Source: deskgirl, via messier51)

ladymargaerytyrell:

Moi Meme :: 3/5 Actresses :: Tatiana Maslany

"I like the tough girls because they are not tough. It’s a veil; it’s a disguise. It’s defenses. At the core, everybody is human, everybody is fragile, everybody is terrified, and the fear is what propels you to be tough."

(via mishallaneously)

themegalosaurus:

Jared’s new moves (Dallascon 2014)

Thomas Padalecki is a gift.

(via consulting-cannibal)

"CPCs often present themselves as medical clinics and offer medically inaccurate information on birth control and abortion. One particularly pernicious strategy they have been known to employ is to deceive visitors into believing they are abortion providers and delay women so long that they miss a window during which they can get to an actual doctor."

- Crisis Pregnancy Center Ads are Back - And more Deceptive Than Ever, Talking Points Memo, July 21 

Last time we checked, lying to women isn’t medical care. 

Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) pose as legitimate reproductive health centers. They have a track record of outright lying to women and work to dissuade people from exercising the right to choose. They often advertise as if they provide abortion services, drawing people in by promising free reproductive health services, including free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and options counseling.

(via coolification)

CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTERS ARE THE FUCKING WORST

(Source: exposingfakeclinics, via coolification)

crossroadscastiel:

The story’s a tragedy - very few hunters die of old age, or at peace. I don’t want it either but it’s a possibility.

But this isn’t season 5 anymore? Kripke’s story was a tragedy, Carver’s…

benedick-hiddlestoner:

the-once-and-spooky-ship:

#IT’S NOT A PHASE MOM #IT’S PUNK ROCK AND IT’S MY LIFE #IT’S WHO I AM #IT’S THE BLOOD IN MY VEINS AND THE BEATING OF MY HEART #LEAVE ME ALONE 

#ITS NOT A PAHSE MOM #ITS PUNK SPOCK AND ITS MY LIFE 

yarnyfan:

Now I’m wondering… (and please bear with me…)

In HAZMAT response, there is the concept of the “Awareness-Level Responder”. You get the crash course in recognizing the signs that hazardous materials may have been spilled, some basic steps you can take to respond to the spill without endangering yourself, how to get in touch with more highly-trained responders, and how to do some basic tasks under the supervision of those responders. Basically stuff you can do without risking actually coming in contact with the hazardous substance.

Thinking about the future of hunting, it occurred to me that even if hunting stays underground, a more ‘formalized’ hunter culture could really benefit from the existence of a network of “awareness-level” law enforcement officers. They know how to recognize monster attacks. They know better than to directly engage with the monster on their own. They know how to get in touch with hunters when they come across signs of a monster presence, and can perform support tasks such as background checks, finding and/or losing records, sneaking people into and/or out of the morgue, and refraining from arresting the hunters.

It dawned on me that this ‘network’ kind of exists, with the main problem being that it has exactly one law enforcement officer in it: Jody Mills. But she’s going to be working on a case with Donna Hanscum, and that makes me wonder if the start of developing a network like this is going to be either part of the setup for or the outcome of their “buddy cop adventure”…

Anonymous said: I love this. youtube(.)com/watch?v=5sqzf0hp3L4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sqzf0hp3L4

Oh my god

interruptingpanda:

4persephone:

yaelstiel:

obsessionisaperfume:

yaelstiel:

10x01 sneak peek [x]

The smirk. consider me scared. 

I’ve said for years that soulless!Sam was always still Sam, and not just a reasonable facsimile; that given the right circumstances, souled Sam could be just as cold and terrifying as the unsouled version.

But I was wrong.

Souled Sam is worse.

Because with his soul, he has his emotions, he can get ANGRY and SCARED and SAD and all of them mixed together have an impact on his actions and choices. 

Yes. Souless Sam was a Sam hyperfocused on his logic and intellect without his emotions to provide him any balance in the places logic allowed the justification of many ethically questionable things. He was  for all that still able LOGICALLY to recognize his lack of emotion and see its draw backs and attempt to mitigate even if only by admitting the perceived deficit to his brother so Dean could be aware/potentially try and intercede to some degree… Sam souled and above though isn’t necessarily absent emotional or moral reasoning capacity, he’s simply allowing himself however briefly to priortize in a way that makes him no longer WORRY about the ethics of his actions in the short term…Souless Sam knew he was off balance, Sam above quite possibly just doesn’t CARE in the short term.

I’m worried about this. Really worried. I don’t want Sam to backslide into drinking demon blood. I don’t want them to undo his emotional growth the way they undid Dean’s.

grumpyjackles:

last one for tonight. I need sleep as today is J2 day and I have to be up in about 5 hours. :X 

grumpyjackles:

last one for tonight. I need sleep as today is J2 day and I have to be up in about 5 hours. :X 

(via crossroadscastiel)