And apparently when we're planning our trip, it turns into "FUCK YEAH, DINOSAURS! OH SHIT, MAGIQUEST IS ON THE WAY? DUDE, I FOUND A MUSEUM FULL OF WEIRD MEDICAL SHIT!" and our trip turns into the sugar-induced happy place of a very strange twelve-year old.
AND THEN WHEN ACTUALLY SHOPPING FOR SUPPLIES, WE END UP WITH ENOUGH BOOZE TO GIVE ALCOHOL POISONING TO A SMALL ARMY, ALONG WITH ENOUGH SUGAR TO POSSIBLY KILL US ALL BEFORE THE CON EVEN STARTS.
I either make the best decisions ever or I should never be allowed to plan anything again. Either way, there's a good chance that I'm going to die this week.
- Current Mood: confused
I would, however, marry anyone who knew where I could find some- possibly even sell my soul.
- Current Mood: lethargic
- Matt Cohen is somehow even better looking in the flesh than on my television screen. I didn't think that was possible, and now I find that I have a new ~obsession~. Also, I must now find every single thing he's ever done so that I can stare lustily at him for the rest of my life.
- I will never touch a Marksha again. What's a Marksha, you might ask? It's a delicious, fiery concoction that I invented that makes your mouth feel like it's been dipped in the very fires of hell. They also get you super drunk super fast, and apparently, after you kill an entire fucking bottle of the 100-proof cinnamon liqueur that they require with your hotel-mate over the course of two fucking nights, you will want to die.
- Yesterday, I witnessed Jared Padalecki slouch down to fit through a door. Seeing as how I'm poor, I wonder if I could give the guy twenty bucks just to stand by me for five seconds. I don't need a picture, I just want to feel short for once.
- Oh yeah- and Misha Collins is a snarky-ass bitch that apparently smells of muskox oil, and I love him. It may not be new information, but I feel it's worth repeating.
And even though it's like, the middle of the afternoon, I'm super freaking tired cannot even care that this post consists of nothing important or very interesting. Ya'll can find that stuff other places, I just want to go back to sleep.
- Current Mood: tired
Characters: Sam, Dean, Castiel
Ratings/Warnings: PG-13, for crack, swearing, mostly human Castiel.
Summary: On their way to Bismarck, Dean introduces Castiel to the joys and repercussions of food cart tacos.
Author's Note: I...don't even know what this is. Well, besides crack. And awful.
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- Current Mood:insane
What Supernatural is doing is a lot like what Doctor Who has been doing- it's reinventing itself after a huge production change. Kripke wrapped up his show the way he wanted to, and now with Sera Gamble in charge, the show has evolved into something different (and I'm counting on it being awesome). If you saw this episode as a pilot with just a little more flashback-y goodness, you could totally follow it and would most likely be all over that shit. Because it would be awesome. And it is awesome. And I should stay away from cheap wine this early.
- Current Mood: happy
They've faced down humans time and time again, but Fred Phelps and his minions from the Westboro Baptist Church were not ready for the cosplay action that awaited them today at Comic-Con. After all, who can win against a counter protest that includes robots, magical anime girls, Trekkies, Jedi and...kittens?
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- Current Mood: happy
The official Japanese website of the Warner Brothers production company has opened a section on Thursday to reveal the Supernatural The Animation project, which will launch from Japan in January of 2011. The "special project" will tie into the American live-action television series Supernatural. The website promises that the new project will be an animated work that no one has seen before. It does not indicate whether the project will be Japanese-animated or not.
The live-action series follows the Winchester brothers Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) as they hunt creatures and other supernatural phenomena across the American landscape. The series premiered on The WB network in the United States in 2005, and it will enter its sixth season on The WB's replacement network, The CW, this fall. The fifth season of the live-action series will ship in Japan this fall, along with the Blu-ray versions of the second through fourth seasons.
Seriously? I THINK I'M IN HEAVEN RIGHT NOW.
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- Current Mood: excited