jackson kills everyone in the police station
jackson is so tired he falls asleep
jackson turns to a life of prostitution
jackson plays lacrosse
jackson becomes a wizard
jackson has not enough
This makes me feel like I am being propositioned for the kind of threesome that requires safewords and scheduled food breaks.
I like it.
This isn’t meant to start anything but I did find it interesting how different Dean’s reactions were in Sacrifice to the thought of losing Sam vs. the thought of losing Cas. When Dean found out Cas was planning on shutting the gates of heaven, he very calmly asked Cas if he understood what that meant for him. Cas acknowledged that he did and Dean just kind of shook his head a little and accepted it and that was that. While I am sure he would miss Cas, it wouldn’t be the end of the world for Dean like it would be if he lost Sam. With Sam, Dean was clearly desperate to get him and to convince him to come off the ledge. He made it abundantly clear who his priority was and would always be. Sam comes first before all else and this will never change.Their lives will always come back to and revolve around each other. They are each other’s happiness and I think showing the 2 different reactions from Dean was meant to push this point further home.
This isn’t a slight against Castiel, it is just showcasing what Supernatural has always been about.
I agree completely. It doesn’t mean that Dean doesn’t care about Castiel, but Dean knows just how depressed and guilt ridden Cas was over what he did in Heaven. He understood Castiel’s need to redeem himself. Much as he might miss his friend, he wasn’t going to stand in his way. Castiel’s journey was not his journey. Dean’s journey will also include his brother. I think you’re absolutely right that showing the differing reactions should make it clear to anyone, if they had any doubt, that Sam will always be Dean’s priority, and Sam’s willingness to walk away from his quest because Dean asked it of him shows that Dean is Sam’s priority as well.
I agree, but I didn’t think that shutting the gates of heaven meant Cas would die, or that Dean got that impression. So, there’s the the consideration that the two situations are not equal. However, as I said, I agree completely. You know what struck me most about all of Dean and Cas’ scenes in that last episode?
Now, it could have been an ad libbed scene Jensen and/or Misha threw in there for comedic enjoyment. If it’s not, then put together with Dean’s differing reactions to Cas’ vs. Sam’s predicaments and his statement to Sam that he always comes first, this little sentence just drives the point home. Moreover, it’s said by Dean to Cas and well, to me, that means it was directed at a certain audience. Together it all reads, make no mistake, this show is about two brothers and their devotion to one another (throw in a comedic ‘Destiel parallel’).
I feel like you missed the whole point of the Dean and Cas relationship this season.
i’ve never hit reblog so quickly in my life
while my prof was setting up for his lecture…
excuse me while I reblog this for the 36th time
THE LITTLE SMILE IN THE FIRST GIF SLAYS ME
Cas says hello like “did you just call my boyfriend an idiot?”
I don’t know bout y’all, but the Yahoo staff are fucking HILARIOUS
We are not fucking HILARIOUS
HILARIOUS COME HERE AND TELL THEM THAT WE ARE NOT FUCKING
theyahoostaff and i are just friends gOD
Kazuo Oga (various watercolour works c.1988)
Kazuo Oga is one of the most inconspicuously famous artists, which is inspirational in its own right by how humbling it is. You would think they were digital from an immediate approach, however upon closer inspection of the textures, lighting and layering it’s clear they’re perfectly hand crafter watercolour pieces.
His works, featured in the backgrounds of various Studio Ghibli films, are subtle enough to blend into the background of the films yet stand out alone as perfection of watercolour techniques and command of lighting.
Just considering there are scenes where the camera pans across his works for several long moments reflects the sublime quality of his work. And that he was able to develop enough artworks to supply several films with stunning backdrops is nothing short of breathtaking.
That’s a good word for it, “breathtaking”.