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culturegeek76
09 November 2009 @ 07:59 pm

In light of the recent announcement, please join me in a moment of silence for the lost possibility of me every meeting/marrying/making babies with Jensen. Realistically I knew it would never happen, but now the tiny spark of hope has been extinguished completely. I'm sure they'll be wonderfully happy, and will receive millions of well-wishes. That said, I want a moment to wallow in my own self pity, and mourn the loss of a tiny piece of my heart which died when I read the news on perezhilton.com.

My condolences congratulations go out to the happy couple.
 
 
You're so:: crushed
 
 
culturegeek76
04 November 2009 @ 09:38 pm
So, Jensen's ex was a fetish actress.
I find this really embarassing. Not so much for Joanna, because hey, she made money off it. Nope, I'm embarassed for Jensen. He's the one that dated a woman so desperate for fame/money that she made stupid shit like this, and he didn't seem to think it was lame.
How can you respect someone that makes something so cheesy? Seriously, Dita did some crazy fetish films, but the production value was much higher, with great lighting, proper sets and costuming, and not shot on a home video camera.

Jensen, Jensen, Jensen. Seriously?
 
 
You're so:: bouncy
 
 
culturegeek76

Azazel is one of the original fallen angels, tossed out by none other than Raphael.
While inside John, Azazel revealed that Meg and her brother were his children.
In the bible, the offspring of an angel and a human was a giant.
If Azazel took a human wife, his children wouldn't have been human, they would have been giants.
If Azazel took a demon for a wife, his children wouldn't have been human, they would have been demons.
If Azazel took an angel for his wife (which I don't think is possible) their children would have been some combination of demon and angel and certainly not human.
Ruby said that humans can eventually become demons, as she was one.
In Houses of the Holy, we are told that angels are angels only and humans might go to heaven, but they don't become angels.
In Meg's most recent appearance (in the child bride of Macauley Culkin) she mentions the demons are dreaming more than they ever did as humans. If Meg is the offspring of a Demon/Fallen Angel, she would either be a giant, or a demon, or angel/demon mix, but never a human. Why would she reference anything about herself being human?

Angels can only occupy a human's body if they have permission.
Lucifer needs permission to occupy a human's body, because while he's a demon, he is a fallen angel, so the rule still applies.
If Azazel is also a fallen angel, wouldn't he need permission to enter a human too?
And if so, how the hell did he get the green light to possess John Winchester?

 
 
You're so:: confused
 
 
culturegeek76
13 September 2009 @ 08:54 pm

Immediately after watching last season's finale, gimlisgloinand I had a discussion about the season five opener.
We agreed that the episode should open where it left off, but we wouldn't be surprised if Kripke didn't.
We agreed that one of the first things Dean should do is smack Sam for being such a fucking idiot, but doubted that would happen.
We agreed that Ruby definitely better be dead now. (I mean, I think it was a stretch she made it back last season....)

After that discussion, any conversations pertaining to Supernatural had nothing to do with what was coming in the season opener.  We said so little about the new episodes that I forgot that it was starting until I noticed other friends tweeting about watching it.

Shortly, I'll be watching "Sympathy for the Devil" and for the first time since the series started, I have absolutely no preconceived notions about it, other than hoping it will be good (last chances and all that) but I have no idea what that would take. I really have no clue WTF Kripke has coming. No idea what the plan is, where he's taking it. I have no idea where I think it should go at this point.

At some point late in season two, the show veered away from where I thought the original mytharc was taking us. In hindsight, maybe Kripke had this  planned all along.  It's a shame for me, because I am still much more interested in where I thought the story was going  than the "apocolyptic showdown" we've been given.

I'm curious how Kripke is going to  bring it full circle to the pilot.

I'm going to give this last season a chance to make me a fan again.




 
 
culturegeek76
28 August 2009 @ 01:04 am


I've long fretted over this pic of Jensen in his stylin' "World's Greatest Lover" shirt. Perhaps this will clarify my feelings:

Exhibit A)


Exhibit B)

Does this really require any further explanation?


 
 
You're so:: horrified
 
 
 
culturegeek76
19 August 2009 @ 05:37 am
Joanna Krupa is going to be on dancing with the stars. She's a very attractive girl, but I'm not sure if she's a star or not. Maybe she's better known by men than myself. If Jess Simpson goes on, then we should campaign to get Tanya Saulnier on there, and then it can be the "Dancing with Jensen's Exes" show.

Yes, I'm wasting my first post in 32 weeks on this.
 
 
culturegeek76
03 January 2009 @ 07:47 pm
I've always known I was "different" and "unique."
Now I have proof.

You are a Money Managing Tree Hugging Reinventer
0% of the 28804 people who have taken this quiz are like you.

You know, sometimes being proved right feels a little lonely.
 
 
You're so:: contemplative
 
 
culturegeek76
24 December 2008 @ 09:16 am
gimlisgloin : Wait, you're American?
culturegeek76 : No, he's American... and gay.
gimlisgloin : *nodding*
culturegeek76 : So, not totally American.
gimlisgloin : *mutters something about Canadian sensibilites*

Sometimes my brain works in fascinating ways.
 
 
culturegeek76
20 November 2008 @ 09:56 pm
It's strange to think that earlier today, I had planned a post about how great I thought the writing has been this season, because it has been.  I've enjoyed more episodes in season four thus far than I did in all of Season 3, basically.  That said, this is not that post.

I actually started sobbing about 2/3 of the way through this episode. No matter how much I've disliked things in the past, this is the first time that I actually felt the urge to shut the tv off mid-episode.  I just... 

I can't verbalize my thoughts without sounding psychotic. I love Supernatural, and I'm amazed by how much this television show has meant to me these past few years.    This show, the fanfic, the fans I've met... they've been my "safe place" through some hard times.

Perhaps it is simply that the direction the show has taken since season 2 doesn't appeal to me.  There were some pivotal decisions made  in season 3 that seemed OOC to me, and I just cna't get enthused about where Kripke and Co. are taking things. Though I do love every second of Edlund's MOW episodes, I realize it's the myth arc that's bugging me. I really wish it didn't, because I feel so invested in the show.  I want to love it unconditionally, I really do... but I just can't.

Maybe it's like those guys I date that sound great on paper.  We have everything in common, like the same things, share political beliefs, enjoy the other's company... but when it comes down to it, the chemistry isn't there and the thought of kissing them makes me wanna hurl.
 
 
culturegeek76
12 November 2008 @ 10:33 pm
I now have guitar hero III on my cellphone.  I suck at it, but it's fun.
I am a rock Godess.  Or, you know, not. I challenge you to a cellphone match!
Loser has to play 'groupie'.  Ha!