Anonymous asked:

If you could change Supernatural, what would you change? What do you think the writers aren't doing?

euclase:

Ha.

Well, I’d stop killing women, for starters. I’d stop writing manpain and tragedy porn. I’d keep a continuity note or twenty.

I think Supernatural, in a way, wants to be like the X-Men. I think it wants to send the message that you get to choose you own family. Even if you end up with a bunch of lost, broken, unwanted monsters and freaks, those people can still be your family. The fallen angel, the ghost, the demon, the werewolf, even the town drunk. I think that’s what the show wants to tell us—that these people whom nobody else would ever include in a family still deserve one.

But for whatever macho, boring, sexist, misguided reason, that just hasn’t been allowed to happen. And I think that’s where the writers totally miss the boat.

Because the equivalent of “lost, broken, unwanted freak” in our world? It isn’t a straight able bodied white man, that’s for sure. It’s everyone else. It’s women, people of color, queer people, disabled people.

I love Sam and Dean, but I don’t give a shit about their suffering. They keep losing their friends? Bullshit. You don’t sulk in a corner because “boohoo the universe won’t let me have a family.” When the universe takes family away from you, you fight to get it back.

I want to see Sam and Dean grow up and learn that family can be who you choose, even if it’s the monsters and the freaks. I want them to fight for the family they deserve.

This.  
The show has become nothing but a repetitive pity party for Sam and Dean and Cas.  Boo.  

Bring back Kevin.  >:o

joodlez:

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This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)


Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.
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joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.
This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)


Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.
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joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.
This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)


Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.
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joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.
This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)


Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.
Zoom Info
joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.
This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)


Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.
Zoom Info

joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.

This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).

Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.

Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)

Oh dude this is awful though. Like I get you’re trying to save money, but why don’t you charge more for prints instead so your customers don’t have to deal with their prints maybe getting damaged. If people are supporting your art, show them you appreciate that! No matter how carefully you roll it, once it is in a manila envelope in the mail, it will get creased, at least lightly. You can’t control what happens. At least go to the post office and get extra large envelopes, they do make those.

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NEW HONEY BEE BRITANNIA METAL COLLECTIONEarring, Necklace, Bracelet, Ring & Hair ClipYour purchase aids dwindling honey bees!http://oberondesign.com/jewelry.html *Please Note: Many of us at Oberon Design are gardeners. We’re very concerned about pollination & dwindling bee populations. Therefore, a hefty percentage of our new Honey Bee jewelry and hair clip collection will be donated to the UC Urban Bee Lab programs dealing with research and community outreach and to the upkeep of their beautiful bee research garden. Thanks for contributing to this effort with your purchase. Becca & Brendan

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oberondesign:

NEW HONEY BEE BRITANNIA METAL COLLECTION
Earring, Necklace, Bracelet, Ring & Hair Clip
Your purchase aids dwindling honey bees!
http://oberondesign.com/jewelry.html
 
*Please Note: Many of us at Oberon Design are gardeners. We’re very concerned about pollination & dwindling bee populations. Therefore, a hefty percentage of our new Honey Bee jewelry and hair clip collection will be donated to the UC Urban Bee Lab programs dealing with research and community outreach and to the upkeep of their beautiful bee research garden. Thanks for contributing to this effort with your purchase. Becca & Brendan

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