“I think River should be there for more episodes. I feel the chemistry between Capaldi and Alex Kingston would be just as amazing, if not more so, as it was between Alex and Matt. May be on a different level, but amazing.”
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Age now: 2
Description: LAST SEEN WEARING A TURQUOISE SWEATER WITH A BEAR ON THE FRONT, OFF-WHITE OR KHAKI PANTS AND PINK TENNIS SHOES.
Please boost this folks! Someone has to know something about this child’s whereabouts.
River Song, Melody Pond. You’re the woman who married me.
Having an unpopular OTP with almost no fics
Being ridiculously picky about fanfiction
Wanting to write fics yourself but being unable to meet your own stupidly high standards
Palestinian poet and activist Rafeef Ziadah wrote this poem — “Shades of Anger” — after a man kicked her in the guts and said “You deserve to be raped before you have your terrorist children.”
does anyone else find this slightly terrifying?
"Imagine Dean taking a low dose steroid. It’s starting to affect his emotional state, starting to affect his physical state, he’s getting a lot more short-tempered, he’s feeling a lot more strength, he’s getting a lot less emotional about situations, he’s becoming a lot more of a tool of hunting. And it’s starting to take its toll on him. And you’ll see as the season starts to wrap up, where that’s going." - Jensen Ackles [x]
And then a bit later on in the interview Jensen says:
"That’s all kind of a nod to the Mark of Cain, and what it’s doing inside Dean, and what it’s doing to his psyche, and to his emotional and physical self. He’s becoming less…he cares a lot less about the humanity aspect of what he does, which is why he was able to take an actual human life as opposed to knocking the guy out and dropping him off at the police station to be tried for his crime, as I think a past Dean would have done. He instead was just like, ‘Hey, he’s a bad guy, he’s gotta go.’ So I think the line between black and white is becoming almost dangerously clear. The gray areas are becoming less and less as far as Dean’s concerned. You know, he’s always been a black and white kinda guy, but there’s always been a touch of civility as far as what to do with humans who are bad, and I think because of the Mark of Cain and because of where the season is heading, and because of the tension between the brothers, I think that all leads to Dean just going ‘you know what, if you’re on the wrong side of my gun, then I don’t care if you’re a monster or a bad guy, you’re going down.’" - Jensen Ackles