#dean winchester is a geek #and #dean winchester is a genius #and I mourn sometimes for young dean #the one who started school late#who switched schools so much that he fell behind #the one whose dad never helped him in school #or encouraged him to have interest in academics #or in science #who probably looked at the EMF meter and said #’well I guess that’ll save money on buying one’ #the dad who spent Dean’s college fund on ammunition#and teachers probably looked at his school record #all the transfers #all the school fights from protecting Sammy and over bullies and girls and that time there was a monster at school #and judged him without even looking further #and maybe had him in remedial classes #and so he stopped trying #stopped thinking he had any right to be smart #he didn’t have time anyway #not with helping Sammy with his homework #and practicing weapons #and hunting #so somewhere along the line he just stopped trying #stopped caring #and he never had a teacher who noticed #never had one that challenged him on his bullshit #told him what he was capable of #and to this day Dean thinks he’s a grunt #thinks Sammy is the smart one
I am so angry right now. Sad and angry. Robin Williams was one of those stars. There were not dozens of “Robin Williams” types. Just one. He’s gone and I am stunned and mad that he gave up the fight.
I can still remember the first time I saw him, battling “The Fonz” on Happy Days as Mork from…
I am so heartbroken over this. I feel like a part of my childhood has just been ripped out and turned rotten. I just wanna know why. Why did this happen? He was such an amazing actor and comedian, and his smile was so beautifully infectious it made me grin every time he came on screen. Ever since I was little. I just don’t understand..
The hardest thing about depression is that it is addictive. It begins to feel uncomfortable not to be depressed. You feel guilty for feeling happy.
Mark and Andrew on the set of Sherlock looking incredibly dapper (click for HQ)
Look at how they stand. Right now, look. Mark is standing straight, hand on his hip saucily, feet pointed straight in front of him, umbrella leaning at his side. Andrew’s got his hands in his pockets, his posture leaned back, and his feet are spread more diagonally in a more careless stance. It’s like they are their characters, and not just cause they’re dressed like them. I know it’s really silly of me to read into their postures, but I can’t help it! There’s actually a lot you can tell by how a person stands.
Oh, and I also just noticed that Andrew is wearing Sherlock’s coat. Like, he’s not just wearing a coat that looks similar, that’s Sherlock’s fucking coat.