“He’s gotta feel like my flesh and blood for the betrayal to mean something to me. And we’ve all been betrayed by a girlfriend or a boyfriend or a sibling or a parent, and so it’s incredibly universally relateable, I feel. So to me, Jesse had to be that person um, the person that I would never expect it from. And that was incredibly easy, um, as soon as I met him, I fell in love with him [laughs]. I projected every single one of those things onto him, because he’s you know, he’s so vulnerable, as a human being and he’s so kind of open, and just wildly funny, and uh, his way of seeing the world is so unique. And that was another aspect, I had to be in awe of him, and I had to want to support him, and support his genius, and to be protective of him and want him for myself. To… to be his boyfriend, really, um in every way but a sexual way.”—Andrew ‘just admit you are boyfriends in every way including a sexual way with Jesse Eisenberg please’ Garfield (via corcordium)
That awkward moment when you realize that you’ve reached That Point of the holidays where your personal style changes from anything beforehand to just sweatpants and baggy shirts all day err day because YOU DON’T GIVE NO FUCK NO MORE
And I could just say things like, “Castiel belongs in Hufflepuff because one of his most defining characteristics is his loyalty. Sure, he’s brave, too - and smart, and he could be quite cunning when he wants to be, but… Hufflepuff just fits him, you know?” AND THE WRITER IN MY POCKET WOULD KNOW.
Frustrated that I can’t write for shit anymore blog
The number of drafts I’ve accumulated is something to be amazed at. The usual sequence:
Here’s the skinny: the Senate vote was the last legislative obstacle. Now the bill will head to President Obama’s desk for his signature. But even after the President signs this law, no one can serve openly.
Certification is first required from the President, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, and Secretary of Defense. It’s part of a backroom deal cut months ago, and it’s ridiculous. We’ve seen how the Administration has dragged their feet over the past two years on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”.
Remind this administration daily that the job is not done until they certify repeal.