i don't want to go















Brother, don’t make me do this.

#I’m always really grotesquely impressed by Lucifer’s capacity to reapportion blame #Like it’s God’s fault for not loving Lucifer enough #for not letting Lucifer love Him the way Lucifer wanted to #It’s humanity’s fault that they lack redeeming qualities #It’s Gabriel’s fault that Lucifer broke his own heart by burying a dagger in his little brother’s chest. #He tries to tell Castiel that they’re the same and he’s wrong for many reasons #but I think this is a really big one. Castiel is fighting for free will #but Lucifer doesn’t exercise free will. #Exercising free will requires you to make decisions and be responsible for them #but Lucifer just reacts unfavorably to the decisions that other people make and refuses to accept that he could have done anything differently. #He doesn’t want free will he just wants the rules to favor him.

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#ugh winchester brother feelings #the family business



T H E   M A G I C   B E G I N S

.06 most powerful quote/ favorite lines:

“Like rain on a cold window, these thoughts pattered against the hard surface of the incontrovertible truth, which was that he must die. I must die. It must end.”

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thepoundcakeofthebakervilles:

planets-bend-between-us:

mad man with a box

#But no really #Have you ever sat still and closed your eyes #cleared your imagination #and then let one little seed drop in there: #You are the very last human alive #that’s it #just you #No one else in the universe remembers what it was like to be born and grow up on Earth #No one else remembers the way the wind sounded in the leaves of Earth trees #no one remembers the way the soil from Earth feels between their toes #The roar of a roomful of humans talking at the same time #The babbling sound of two people laughing together #Only you #And you might find other species with whom you can have companionship #and maybe even love #but never again in all the universe #will anyone understand what it truly means #to be human #You’re it #and when you die #all of that dies with you #What a lonely lonely soul #What a lonely lonely existence

thepoundcakeofthebakervilles:

planets-bend-between-us:

mad man with a box

#But no really #Have you ever sat still and closed your eyes #cleared your imagination #and then let one little seed drop in there: #You are the very last human alive #that’s it #just you #No one else in the universe remembers what it was like to be born and grow up on Earth #No one else remembers the way the wind sounded in the leaves of Earth trees #no one remembers the way the soil from Earth feels between their toes #The roar of a roomful of humans talking at the same time #The babbling sound of two people laughing together #Only you #And you might find other species with whom you can have companionship #and maybe even love #but never again in all the universe #will anyone understand what it truly means #to be human #You’re it #and when you die #all of that dies with you #What a lonely lonely soul #What a lonely lonely existence

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#analysis #i wanted to see the universe



mastertenzins:

#’amy doesn’t care about her daughter and she is not affected by the whole pregnancy thing’ #yeah okay #if you say so #but idk for me amy NEVER seemed like a type who talks about her feelings #never #either she acts her feelings out - like for example punching Rory or calling him stupid or kissing him speechless #or she keeps all her feelings bottled up #like for example all the stories about her childhood or the loss of her parents. or - losing her baby. #there are only a few moments when she shows her feelings - actually shows how sad or desperate she is #one: when rory is ereased from time: she weeps and begs the doctor to do something about it #and situation number 2: killing korovian #she does it without a shadow of regret #she puts all her pain and hurt into placing the eyedrive back on korovian’s eye #and right here - in this very moment - you can see how much this whole situation affected her #she kills the woman who took her baby away from her#she kills her in cold blood #I just cannot #so many ponds feelings

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carryonmysamulet:

carryonmyrenegade:

Did you ever wonder why Dean came back to Sam’s room in the Pilot? In the deleted scene - which I think really should have been in to make more sense of it - Dean’s driving away and he glances at his watch. It’s no longer moving. Immediately, Dean knows something is wrong and turns around.

OKAY THANK YOU BECAUSE I’VE BEEN WONDERING FOR LIKE 2 YEARS NOW HOW THE FUCK HE SUDDENLY JUST CAME BACK

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#oooooooooh #the family business #analysis



 #I LOVE HOW YOU KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT ELECTRONICS TO REVERSE ENGINEER AN EMF READER #AND RECREATE ONE USING A WALKMAN #you don’t give yourself enough credit #you’re smart too you know #and i know you’re more than happy to let sammy have the spotlight and let him shine #but remember who it was that raised him in the first place and instilled all those great values#intelligence comes in several forms and i wish you wouldn’t disregard yourself #just because you had to sacrifice what society views as the standard baseline of smarts #you’re more than your GED

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#uuuugh my poor baby why don't you think you're amazing #the family business #analysis



Short Stories You Should Read

elliottholt:

Listed in no particular order. I forced myself to choose only one story per writer (very difficult in some cases). There is a lot of amazing short fiction out there, but these are stories—of various styles—that have stuck with me over the years and have taught me what a story can be. I’m sure I’m forgetting a lot of gems.

  1. “Wakefield” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  2. “Berenice” by Edgar Allan Poe
  3. “The Lady with the Lap Dog” by Chekhov
  4. “The Overcoat” by Gogol
  5. “The Necklace” by Guy Maupassant
  6. “A Hunger Artist” by Franz Kafka
  7. “The Dead” by James Joyce
  8. “The Secret Life of Walter Middy” by James Thurber
  9. “Barn Burning” by William Faulkner
  10. “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson
  11. “The Snows of Kilamanjaro” by Ernest Hemingway
  12. “Friend of My Youth” by Alice Munro
  13. “When We Were Nearly Young” by Mavis Gallant
  14. “Work” by Denis Johnson
  15. “Wants” by Grace Paley
  16. “The Swimmer” by John Cheever
  17. “A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor
  18. “Hitch-Hikers” by Eudora Welty
  19. “The Laughing Man” by J.D. Salinger
  20. “Cathedral” by Raymond Carver
  21. “In the Cemetery Where Al Jolson is Buried” by Amy Hempel
  22. “Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin
  23. “In the Heart of the Heart of the Country” by William Gass
  24. “After Rain” by William Trevor
  25. “White Angel” by Michael Cunningham
  26. “Girl” by Jamaica Kinkaid
  27. “A Rich Man” by Edward P. Jones
  28. “Do Not Disturb” by A.M. Homes
  29. “Twenty Minutes” by James Salter
  30. “Happy Memories” by Lydia Davis
  31. “Screenwriter” by Charles D’Ambrosio
  32. “Memory Wall” by Anthony Doerr
  33. “L. Debard and Aliette” by Lauren Groff
  34. “Bullet in the Brain” by Tobias Wolff
  35. “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien
  36. “Boys Town” by Jim Shepard
  37. “The Fat Girl” by Andre Dubus
  38. “Pastoralia” by George Saunders
  39. “Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned” by Wells Tower
  40. “Men Under Water” by Ralph Lombreglia
  41. “All the Way in Flagstaff, Arizona” by Richard Bausch
  42. “Brownies” by Z.Z. Packer
  43. “Hell-Heaven” by Jhumpa Lahiri
  44. “Sindbad” by Donald Barthelme
  45. “I Used to Live Here Once” by Jean Rhys
  46. “The Girl Detective” by Kelly Link
  47. “Sororally” by Gary Lutz
  48. “Train” by Joy Williams
  49. “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves” by Karen Russell
  50. “The Magic Poker” by Robert Coover
  51. “Lady” by Diane Williams
  52. “Love and Honour and Pity and Pride and Compassion and Sacrifice” by Nam Le
  53. “Natasha” by David Bezmozgis
  54. “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates
  55. “A Spoiled Man” by Daniyal Mueenuddin
  56. “Rock Springs” by Richard Ford
  57. “The Custodian” by Deborah Eisenberg
  58. “In the Gloaming” by Alice Elliott Dark
  59. “You’re Ugly, Too” by Lorrie Moore
  60. “A Romantic Weekend” by Mary Gaitskill
  61. “Blessed Assurance” by Allan Gurganus
  62. “The Half-Skinned Steer” by Annie Proulx
  63. “Drown” by Junot Diaz
  64. “Immortality” by Yiyun Li
  65. “Sun City” by Caitlin Horrocks
  66. “None of the Above” by Suzanne Rivecca
  67. “Virgins” by Danielle Evans
  68. “Safari” by Jennifer Egan
  69. “Testimony of Pilot” by Barry Hannah
  70. “These Hands” by Kevin Brockmeier
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viria:

Marauders profiles: Sirius, James, Remus.

viria:

Marauders profiles: Sirius, James, Remus.

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