I’ve been very busy with work lately and sleeping five hours a night and things, so I’m probably overreaching and/or not making any sense, but this -
- I loved this, not only the scene, but how everything was framed, and yet there’s something bugging me - why is Dean keeping his right hand on the sigil and his left on the blade? Dean is right-handed - it would have made much more sense to cut his left hand and keep his dominant hand unhurt and free.
As I said, I’m basically delirious - but what we do know is that the left hand is the one which is a symbol for love, right? because that’s where we keep our rings (according to a medieval legend, there’s a vein that goes from the heart to our left hand, so that’s why our weddings bands go on our left hand and not our right)? Whereas the right hand - that’s rationality, doing things, fighting, writing, being all practical and sensible. And Dean’s right hand is on the Enochian sigil, because that’s the good choice - that’s what he should do to save everyone’s lives here - his, and also Sam’s, because his brother’s not far behind, because he never is, and as for Cas -
Dean’s feelings for Cas - a left-hand kind of thing. Back in Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox, the other Yockey episode, Dean picks up Asa’s angel blade with his right hand, because that was a weapon, and Dean favours his right hand when he fights, and that’s what makes sense. But this time around - I don’t think that blade is Cas’ (?), but it’s still an angel blade, which means it represents this brave, amazing, infuriating angel Dean loves unconditionally - hence the left hand, and Dean’s ‘illogical’, ‘wrong’ decision to trade his life for Cas’.
Can aphobes just shut the fuck up about Thomas already? The only reason you guys are trying to pin this man as a pedophile is because he thinks aces and aros belong in the LGBT community. He does not explicitly encourage minors to draw NSFW art of him, he was not aware that the artist was under 18 and has since corrected his behavior. He owned up to his mistakes, so why don’t y'all start doing the same?
All right so most of the US so-called “founding fathers” were horrible genocidal slave-owners, and that is pretty much true across the board, but it turns out that Thomas Paine was actually pretty okay. He never owned slaves, regularly denounced slavery and lost a ton of influence among the revolutionary leadership because of it. He also thought that private property was fundamentally unjust and that all private property owners should be duty bound to pay back a guaranteed income to the poor because of what they stole from the commons. So if you have hyper American patriots you are trying to open up to some leftist ideas, Thomas Paine is probably the go to guy. His pamphlet Agrarian Justice, specifically
Warnings: NSFW, 18+, Oral (both receiving), Hair Pulling, Public Oral Sex, Public Sex, Unprotected Sex, Rock Wall Sex, Potential Spoilers from The Fever Code
Notes: HAPPY BIRTHDAY @dylan-trash-tbh I FINISHED YOUR THOMAS SIN IN ONE DAY. I hope you like it because I love you!
On a side note, this is your ONLY WARNING. The first part of this is potentially spoilerish. It contains a bit of the happenings in the Fever Code. If you have not read the book and do not want to be slightly spoiled on this part, skip the italics at the beginning. The rest of the fic is centered around the second movie.
I usually stay out of The Discourse but, guys??? What did Thomas Sanders do that you’re all turning on him out of the blue like this?? He apologized for an accident. And yeah, maybe he copied and pasted it but I’m willing to bet he got a TON of those messages, you’re gonna demand a personalized apology for each and every one?? People make mistakes, don’t hold well known people up on pedestals just to make it out like they’re inhuman monsters after one mistake. You’ll lose all your idols that way.
Do you have any religion headcanons for the batbrats
Kate and Dick celebrate Hanukkah together every year. Kate comes over every night, they have traditional jewish meals that they prepare together (Alfred is grateful for the break) and then they eat together and light the candles. It’s a really big thing in Wayne Manor
Cass didn’t know Christmas was a religious thing, she thought it was a culturally holiday. Steph had to tell her that Christmas was to celebrate the birth of Jesus which only confused her more as to why everyone gives presents to each other and not to Jesus
Duke is muslim. Bruce makes sure he doesn’t go on patrol during Ramadan or Eid al-Adha
Briefly, Tim decided he wanted to be wiccan. He got runes, candles, plants, and a bunch of books on it. But since he never finishes anything or sticks with it long enough, the plants are dead, the runes have dust on them, and the books are somewhere in the back of his closet
Since Duke is muslim and Alfred is catholic, they like to have long talks about their religion and beliefs. They ask each other questions and try to learn about the others faith
Cass is agonistic. While she has a hard time with everything she has seen and experienced believing in a god of some sort, a part of her believes that there has to be a god that there has to be some afterlife, that this all means something
Jason is annoying atheist and seems to think that he is smarter or better then people who are religious. Every time he brings it up, food is usually thrown at him or he is removed from the room by someone
Kate is the one who taught Dick everything he knows about being Jewish since Bruce isn’t even religious just celebrates Christmas because he likes the traditions. The most important thing she taught him was to never be ashamed of being Jewish and be proud of who you are. She even made sure he got a bar mitzvah
While Steph isn’t religious, she is very superstitious. She has some charms she keeps in her pocket, leaves a piece of bread by the window every night, and gets mad if someone puts their shoes on a table to name a few
From Zane Lowe’s 2009 interview, which was devoted to Discovery (he aired the album in its entirety). (x)
R1: Just as an interesting question, and don’t feel embarrassed at giving an honest answer: When was the last time that either of you listened to Discovery in full?
Thomas: You know, as… when you make music… uhh… I think Discovery’s probably the album that we’ve listened to the most amount of times. I mean, of any artist… probably in the making, because from this idea… the sequential aspect of it, and the narrative aspect…
Guy-Man: I think I never listened to it even once—
Thomas: [talking over Guy so we can’t understand either of them]
(Thomas does finally admit, “It’s been a long time.” lol!)