fixed meter

anonymous asked:

You know, I've seen arguments about how sam got to show his smarts while Dean just got to fix a car, and people saying that as if it was nothing. But what really bothers me is that its founded by the show (and its one of the things that pisses me off about sam the most), look at Sam's disgusted face and annoyed posture while Dean is working, and after the truck starts the "mm i can't believe it worked face" as if Dean never built the impala back from scratch. We've been bombarded by the (cont)

(Cont) narrative, by other character and specially Sam to question Dean’s shows of inteligence. Every time Dean has to say “what? I read” I die a little bit inside. How shitty is it that while dealing with your own selfworth issues u have one of the persons you love the most twisting the knife. And the worst is that it carries over to fandom.

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Anime dads for new years because I’ve lose control of my life.

(once again based on paesour’s lovely fic “the feeling you took with you” )

@staff idea: until you fix the sensitive content meter why don’t you discontinue it, that way everyone will be able to use the fucking website and ohh idk maybe let people decide whether or not to block sensitive content instead of doing it for them ? jus thinking out loud lol

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Above the eyes…

  • Sgt. Michael Currier, a scout with Company A, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Marine Division, prepares to fire his M-40A5 on a fixed target roughly 800 meters from his position. This will determine his weapons true battle sight zero. I Marine Expeditionary Force, Special Operations Training Group, Special Missions Branch conducted a training event for scouts from 1st Reconnaissance Battalion aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb 12.
  • An instructor from SOTG special missions branch observes a target after a live shoot. A pane of glass was used to simulate shooting through a windshield. I Marine Expeditionary Force, Special Operations Training Group, Special Missions Branch conducted a training event for scouts from 1st Reconnaissance Battalion aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb 12.