I know we are all speaking about demon! Dean because it’s a biggie but i wanted to speak about Misha’s acting here. When Metatron discovers him in his chair he says this:

To save Dean Winchester. That was your goal, right? I mean, you draped yourself in the flag of heaven but ultimately it was all about saving one human, right? Well, guess what. He’s dead too.

(I can’t find a gif of his expression here but it was like heartbreaking) 

Then we have Metatron trying to kill Cas too and: (x)


Look at his jaw. When you don’t want to cry you press your teeth like that. Cas is trying not to cry in front of Metatron. He knows he’s winning because he’s recording everything but he also know he has lost this battle. After everything he has done to save Dean all has gone wrong.


And now look at this one. They way his eyes look down. He’s not even looking at the blade because he doesn’t give a fuck anymore. Cas was an angel who found a new home in a human who is no longer alive. Look at Misha’s left eye and tell me that’s not a tear. They way his mouth opens. The blink. This is the moment Cas know his life is nonsense. What’s the meaning of winning if your prize is not there.

Correct me if I am wrong but I think Cas thought he would beat up Metatron and would return with Dean and Sam and spend the rest of his days with them. Like family. That was his dream. That was his Heaven. And now, he know it’s not possible. So, that’s the reason he says he wants to be an angel again. 

Dean was Castiel’s reason to be alive and smile and now he’s gone Cas doesn’t want to be a human, doesn’t want to spend his life making things he thought would do with his best friend. 

Thank you Misha for being such a great actor and understanding Castiel’s feelings so good. Thank you.

CalComp’s Vistagraphic 4200 series, introduced in 1984, was the 640x520 resolution member of the Vistagraphic 4000 family of intellegent raster displays. The line of upward compatible members includes the 1024x768 4300 series and 1024x1024 4400 series were designed for use in applications such as process control, CAD/CAM, mapping, simulation and training and engineering analysis.

things i must achieve before i die

  • meet one direction
  • selfie with one direction
  • cuddle with one direction
  • tickle fight with one direction
  • smoke with one direction
  • steal a car with one direction
  • yacht with one direction
  • take pictures of a drunk one direction
  • bribe one direction
  • get rich
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Hackaday - 3D Printering: Making a part in Solidworks

Brian has graciously allowed me to hop on the 3D Printering bandwagon to write a brief intro to the wonderful world of Solidworks. We’ll be making the same ‘thing’ as done in the previous ‘Making a Thing’ tutorials:

Admittedly, most Hackaday readers probably don’t have Solidworks as it is a very expensive program. The main reason we are posting this tutorial is so that you can understand the work flow and compare it to some of the free/open packages out there.

As Brian has touched on in his FreeCAD post, the part features of parametric models can be modified at any time. For example, let’s say I made a solid block, then added a specific size hole in the center of one face. Later, if I wanted to change the size or shape of the block, the hole would stay the same size and stay in the center of that face no matter the other changes to the object. See the graphic below, all that was changed was the size of the block, the hole stayed the same size and position (center of the face). This is different than if you were to ‘scale’ the entire object as the hole would also become stretched along with the block.

Here is a quick tutorial on 3d CAD in Solidworks.  While most readers don’t have access to it, these same ideas apply to many other cad programs.  The links above list tutorials in mostly free softwares.  123d Design from Autodesk is free and their Inventor program is freely available to anyone with a student email address through their student program, students.autodesk.com.  Another software that could be used for very quick and non technical parts is Tinkercad, it is web based and free.

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