stop-hauntingme:

daddyjared:

what on earth is he wearing

"how do I class it up without taking off these fucking awesome pink flower board shorts?
…a blazer!”


This made my day SO HARD. Jared, you ridiculous, fashion-impaired darling, please get your wife to dress you. PLEASE. :D

stop-hauntingme:

daddyjared:

what on earth is he wearing

"how do I class it up without taking off these fucking awesome pink flower board shorts?

…a blazer!

This made my day SO HARD. Jared, you ridiculous, fashion-impaired darling, please get your wife to dress you. PLEASE. :D

joaellaine reblogged your post and added:

I haven’t seen the Nerd HQ yet, but observing…

BINGO. See, here’s a thing: we can pretty much tell from Jared’s behavior (though of course I don’t personally know the guy) that he doesn’t hate women, nor think being a woman is a horrible fate. It was a flippant, old-fashioned remark. Most of my RL friends are male; they say these kinds of things all the time, just to push buttons. The internet has created a whole new generation of stone-throwers, people who are such perfect, righteous human beings, they never once make a misstep or hold an unpopular belief. They are speckless in every way, hiding behind their anonymity and/or computer screen.

Instead of flying off the handle at the odd, vaguely insensitive remark, maybe we should work harder to tackle the bigger issues. World-wide hunger. The treatment of women in countries where stoning or mutilation happens regularly. The bombing of a plane that carried doctors to an international AIDS research convention. Jesus Christ, internet. Is saying something akin to “You throw like a girl” really still such an egregious sin? PERSPECTIVE, PEOPLE. Heal the actual wound; don’t whine about minor symptoms.

And don’t EVEN tell me it’s ‘concrit’; the ‘con’ part of that means CONSTRUCTIVE. If they wanna complain about someone? They’d better be damned sure they are without sin, then sure, go ahead and throw those stones.

I have to wonder how many of the offended folks have actually, ever, a single day in their life, been truly hungry or spent one single minute volunteering in a clinic somewhere to help those in serious need. I wonder. I guess bitching on the internet is enough. Character assassination is fun. *cough*

savage-america:

Walter M. Miller, Jr. - A Canticle for Leibowitz (1959)

I haven’t read this, in like, 25 years! I wonder if I still have it. It was kinda amazing…

jinny-thekisaragi:

We interrupt this program to bring you Sam Winchester with a ponytail

I ENDORSE THIS WHOLE-HEARTEDLY.

A message from Anonymous
It's almost 100% the Destiel/Cockles shippers/Cas/Misha fans jumping all over everything Jared says (all of which was pretty harmless and said in jest and poking fun at his co-stars) because they are *constantly* throwing shade and hate on him. Nevermind the fact that Misha made a really rude, crude comment about sleeping with Jared's wife, not once, but *twice*. Destiel/Cockles shippers are the biggest hypocrites in fandom, I have never seen anything like them. I too am on an unfollow spree.

my-shame-is-true:

quickreaver:

Oh, no no no, anon. I won’t go that route. I saw the Nerd HQ thing and Misha was joking. Jared knew he was joking. Those two rib each other incessantly. Placing blame isn’t going to do anything but stir up more stink. I have friends in every quadrant of fandom. Unfollow who you will! But don’t be part of the problem; be part of the solution.

Absolutely agree. I enjoy everyone in the fandom but it makes me sad when  J2 shippers are constantly shitting on Destiel/Cockles shippers over something so petty. Misha and Jared are TROLLS and all three of them are great and close friends. They can twist reality however they want by saying that J2 “hate” Misha but evidence points to a different answer. They need to stop being negative and just enjoy the show and the actors, and their funny sense of humor.

Um, see what you did there? The exact same thing you’re accusing J2 shippers of doing. Peeps, come on. The whole point is to NOT be negative. You find what you look for, and if you’re constantly looking to be offended? Guess what? You find offense. Unfollow, roll on. Spread the happy, not the blame.

A message from Anonymous
It's almost 100% the Destiel/Cockles shippers/Cas/Misha fans jumping all over everything Jared says (all of which was pretty harmless and said in jest and poking fun at his co-stars) because they are *constantly* throwing shade and hate on him. Nevermind the fact that Misha made a really rude, crude comment about sleeping with Jared's wife, not once, but *twice*. Destiel/Cockles shippers are the biggest hypocrites in fandom, I have never seen anything like them. I too am on an unfollow spree.

Oh, no no no, anon. I won’t go that route. I saw the Nerd HQ thing and Misha was joking. Jared knew he was joking. Those two rib each other incessantly. Placing blame isn’t going to do anything but stir up more stink. I have friends in every quadrant of fandom. Unfollow who you will! But don’t be part of the problem; be part of the solution.

A message from Anonymous
I feel you about the blog cleaning. I saw someone complaining about an actor I enjoy because he DARE speak about the show he's on. Sighs. People.

Yup. It’s become a pretty absurd state of affairs, esp. here on tumblr. People aren’t doing the research anymore, they’re attacking others—celebrities, fellow bloggers, you name it—with the blind bias of a zealot, sometimes the meanness of schadenfreude, and often, the safety of anonymity. Frequently, the reason they’re railing is either a.) erroneous or b.) only the tiniest piece of something that person has said. Can we look ourselves in the mirror and say “I can throw these stones. I am without blame.”?

Probably not.

And I’m kinda done with it.

stripedtabby replied to your post “Sunday Ruminations…”
i need to do a blog cleaning too, i hate when cons come around and all the joy is taken away because of things :(

DO EEEEET. You will feel so much better!