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Thank you Bones for an incredible 12 seasons, 246 episodes, countless amazing characters and friendships, an abundant number of fantastic storylines, 2 of the best love stories of all time, and most importantly, 1 beautiful family of a cast. We will always love you.

Yes, it is a BIG deal that the Smackdown Women’s Championship match is on the kick-off show at Mania, and for a number of reasons. One, not everyone is watching the kick-off show and most of the people in the audience are still coming in and finding their seats at that point. Two, if someone wants to go back at watch Wrestlemania 33 on the Network, the Smackdown Women’s Championship match won’t be on it. Putting a match on the kick-off show, they know not everyone is watching it. They’re putting a Women’s Championship match on the kick-off show knowing that not everyone in the live audience or the audience at home are going to be able to see it.

And that’s a shitty move on WWE’s part. On any other PPV maybe that would’ve been okay, but this is Wrestlemania, the BIGGEST show of the year. It’s also the first Wrestlemania since the draft, and WWE is playing blatant favoritism with the Raw women’s division. And this isn’t a shot at the Raw Women’s division, it just doesn’t make any sense to me why BOTH women’s championship matches can’t be on the main card, especially in the ‘Women’s Revolution’ era.

Sure, the kick-off show is meant to hype up the crowd but the women’s championship match isn’t meant to be a hype match. It’s meant to be a match that everyone is paying attention to. There a plenty of matches that are more suited for the kick-off. Hell, the musical guests are more suited for the kick-off show. Not the Smackdown Women’s Championship match. 

I’m gonna be mad about this for next 20 years.

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First and last days of filming “Bones” 2005-2017

dbdbo69 Gonna miss these beauties!”

anonymous asked:

any blog recs?

ahhh sure !! (this is not all my mutuals btw im just too heckin lazy but ily all akjssakka im so sorry) 

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Y'know what I miss?

I miss those dog days of Supergirl in Season 1, when the end of each episode brought a wave of gifsets, ficlets, headcanons and endless theorizing. We dove in head first to take our beautiful ladies and build not only on what we saw on screen but what we didn’t see.

We encouraged each other and were inspired by each other and we took all the gifts the writers and actresses gave us and painted the world with beauty and color and love.

And now, the day after an episode directed by a famous fan and touted as a pivotal one for the season, my dashboard is a mirror of my own despair over the loss of my show.

We’re just not inspired anymore and nothing is more heartbreaking. Even in the past when ships that I don’t ship become canon on my shows, I am still inspired by what I see and able to imagine my characters in a million different worlds. I’ve even been able to do this when my favorite characters left the show (Prentiss anyone?)

But Supergirl is so entirely unrecognizable that I can hardly blame my pals for moving on to greener pastures or doing whatever they can to rail against the injustice of poor representation or, like me, just go radio silent and sigh quietly over what could have been.

I’m sorry we’ve all lost our inspiration, that fire that kept fandom alive in our hearts. I’m sorry that the creators we had such faith in to carry that girl-power we loved so through to future seasons let us down so profoundly. I’m sorry that I’ve had so little time to do so little to contribute myself. So I’ll just throw this out there. Cat’s still out there, somewhere, thinking of Kara and watching from afar. And even if we never see her on our screen again, we can know that if anyone can swoop down to save our heroine, Cat Grant can.

Be brave, my small but mighty fandom! Don’t be afraid to dive into challenges and stay active. There is SO MUCH talent here. Keep creating!

So, let’s pull out a stool at Noonans, order up a steaming hot latte and dump out all those old art supplies and see what we can come up with.
I’ll finally be more available after this weekend and I’ve got months of feels built up.

Whattaya say?