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Dave Grohl with Tenacious D.  Las Angeles, CA.  2006.  © JeremyHARRIS Photographs, All Rights Reserved.

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Dave Grohl with Tenacious D.  Las Angeles, CA.  2006.  © JeremyHARRIS Photographs, All Rights Reserved.

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Dean Winchester | Meta Fiction

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Let the man go through.

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if I order it by Friday I can get a 25% discount making it only $111 and free shipping!!!

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It’s like having homework for the rest of your life. — David Duchovny, in “Californication”, on being a writer. (via noisymime)
Richard Speight jr with Lassiter bobble head. It boggles the mind.

Richard Speight jr with Lassiter bobble head. It boggles the mind.

I’m just a soldier.

Bitch, please!

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mostly-jensen:

crossroadscastiel:

omg, thank you neven-ebrez for bringing this to my attention! Hello demon!Dean foreshadowing!!!

According to the show’s mythology, Cain was just a man before the mark and then the mark changed him. But not into a demon. Even Crowley didn’t recognize Cain for what he was when he sensed him; he just knew it was something that felt “dark”. To me that sounds like someone darkened by hate: no sympathy or empathy, no remorse, no hope, no compassion for others. Almost like the mark drains the bearer of all of humanitys best qualities and amplifies the worst ones
If this keeps up (and the writers are so careful with our boys, so of course everything will be fine and no one will suffer or be sad or die…) I think we are going to see a Dean who is genuinely past all feeling. The Dean we know and love will be gone.
Goody. Just what we’ve always wanted.

mostly-jensen:

crossroadscastiel:

omg, thank you neven-ebrez for bringing this to my attention! Hello demon!Dean foreshadowing!!!

According to the show’s mythology, Cain was just a man before the mark and then the mark changed him. But not into a demon. Even Crowley didn’t recognize Cain for what he was when he sensed him; he just knew it was something that felt “dark”. To me that sounds like someone darkened by hate: no sympathy or empathy, no remorse, no hope, no compassion for others. Almost like the mark drains the bearer of all of humanitys best qualities and amplifies the worst ones

If this keeps up (and the writers are so careful with our boys, so of course everything will be fine and no one will suffer or be sad or die…) I think we are going to see a Dean who is genuinely past all feeling. The Dean we know and love will be gone.

Goody. Just what we’ve always wanted.