And so, giving you the biggest benefit that so often accompanies doubt, we’d like to offer you a tutorial on responsible co-grieving. As a template, we’ll use the recently surfaced open letter you wrote for John Travolta and Kelly Preston in 2009, after the tragic death of their 16-year-old son.

Let’s go over your original letter. The one that you wrote, for real. To parents whose son had just died four days earlier.

I have always respected people who were loyal and faithful – which brings to mind Kelly Preston.

That’s a nice sentiment and a great start. The mother and father are going to be in a lot of pain, so it’s important to remind them how strong and respected they are. They’re going to need that strength and support in the days – nay, years – to come.

A long time ago, before I was married, I met Kelly Preston at a club and worked like hell to try and pick her up. She was beautiful, personable, and definitely had allure. At the time I had no idea she was married to John Travolta.

Alright, do you see what you did there? Instead of telling Kelly you grieve for the loss of her little boy, you mentioned the time you tried to fuck her. This is what most ethicists would call “unspeakably shameful” and most psychiatrists would call “psychopathic.” When us regulars write our condolence letters, we tend to leave out stories about once trying super hard to fuck the mother of the recently departed.

Trump’s Real Letter Of Condolence To John Travolta Is INSANE


A Day To Remember - Life @ 11 

Fox Eyes “More Traditional” Episode Order For ‘X-Files’ Season 11, Official Pick Up Expected “Within Weeks”

TVWise’s Patrick Munn reports that “After months of rumours, an eleventh season of The X-Files is within sight. I’m hearing from my sources that Fox execs are targeting a “more traditional” episode order for the new season and that the official green-light is expected from the network “within weeks“.’

Read his full article here.

On Twitter, Munn also had this to say: “Fox just declined comment calling my story "speculative”. FWIW: scoop comes from same sources who gave me S10 greenlight story in March 15.“ 

Stay tuned!

I saw a lot of “poor Sam” during S11. Him having to go to Hell & be around Lucifer there & at the bunker.

Um yeah that sucks but people seem to forget Sam chose to go to Hell. Sam wanted to leave Lucifer in Cas’ vessel to give them a shot to fight Amara.

Whereas Dean had to go to Hell where he was traumatized & had to work with Metadouche who KILLED him without consent. He went to Hell to clean up Sam’s mess after warning Sam not to do anything w/o him. Then Metadouche came crashing back into his life & it was pushed on Dean to work with him.

Sam, had to deal with shitty situations in S11. Deam, had to deal with shitty situations in S11. The difference; Sam made decisions, Dean was forced.

I see a lot of fans up in arms when Sam’s consent is taken away but apparently it’s fine when it happens to Dean cuz nobody but Dean fans even notice.