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The nature of Supernatural and the fandom itself, […] a lot of fandoms kind of take a lot of the characteristics of the show and so Supernatural, it’s really strong family values, and you know, we’re all fighting our own demons in every shape and form, […] there’s a lot of people that battle with depression and anxiety and all of these mental illnesses and every now and then at these conventions, I’ll meet - like half the people are way too shy for their own good, right? Incredibly considerate people, super kind, but they just don’t know how to step outside their boundaries, and I’m the type of person that just likes to push people. […] I’m the type of person that just likes to encourage people to get to the places that they want.
—  Osric Chau, at DutchComicCon ‘15
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“I am an artist, so I really think all artists should do whatever they want. It’s either gonna be successful or it’s not, fans are either gonna get it or they’re not, you can argue and piss and moan about it, but ultimately… Bands are gonna do what they wanna do. Some of our fans piss and moan about the changes we’ve made to our band. No problem. Listen to the old stuff, come see us live, we still play old stuff, don’t listen to the new music. Or hate us! The other day Sara sent me this really funny snapshot of fans talking about our new record, and this one girl is like: ‘Do what I do, I just imagine that they died after Sainthood.’ Because she doesn’t like our record that much that she has to imagine we’re dead, and I told my mom, and we laughed till we cried. I’m not that invested in anything. [laughs] I don’t know if I’m even that invested in my own band that I would imagine I was dead because I’d done something I didn’t… I’ve made mistakes in the past, I don’t imagine I was dead.” (x)

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