Fandom is my anti-drug.
Community, Human Target, Doctor Who, Being Human, Dead Like Me, Deadwood, and so on.

make me choose
anonymous asked: Skyeward or Fitzsimmons

(Moon River by Andy Williams)

  #fitzsimmons    #makemechoose  

we’ll pretend to be someone else…

  #mulholland dr.    #david lynch    #favorite movies  

…in dreams you’re mine

  #blue velvet    #david lynch    #favorite movies  
  #david lynch    #louis ck  

In theory, a blast of human passion could shock the mainframe into a cold start.

  #jeff x annie  

"Don’t you see? This computer responds to feelings."

  #jeff x annie  

Reblog if at some point you’ve tried to see if you had super powers.






anyone who doesn’t reblog this is a filthy liar

I try to see if I can use the force on a regular basis.

part of the reason i studied so hard was so i could move shit with my mind like matilda

I have tried to use my Matilda powers pretty much daily for the past 15 years.

If you don’t think this is a great movie, then I’m not sure I want to know you.

If you don’t think this is a great movie, then I’m not sure I want to know you.

make me choose
anonymous asked: gonna go with the two ships you’ve been posting about the most lately… jeff/annie or bethyl

(Something About You by Ryan Hanifl)

  #jeff x annie    #makemechoose  
Sadly, it seems like all the anti-tags have now become less about the actual ship they're opposed to and more about the ship that the people opposed to it support. Anti-OQ and Anti-CS is filled with how SQ is great and totally endgame, while Anti-SQ is filled with how CS and OQ are canon and perfect. It seems like it started after Neal died. Before that, everyone used the tags mostly to talk about how they didn't like a ship. (continued)


(part 2). But now that Neal is dead and Swanfire isn’t a possibility it seems like the lines have pretty much been drawn and it’s just assumed that since Neal is gone, everyone who hates OQ and CS are SQers and everyone who hates SQ are CSers and OQers. It’s kind of ridiculous and I wish it would go back to the way it was, because I don’t like EITHER CS or SQ, and I prefer not to read about how awesome those ships are in the anti tags.

I think you’re right about it kind of starting with Neal’s death. I hadn’t really thought about it, but looking back, it really does seem like the influx of these types of posts really only started over the past few weeks. 

Makes sense. Yeah, there were posts of that type in those tags before, but it’s picked up now to the point where at times the majority of the posts in the anti-tags are less “anti-this ship” and more “pro-this ship”. I do think you’re kind of right about it being because Swanfire isn’t an option in canon anymore. Not that it actually changes anything, because a lot of people who dislike these ships dislike them for reasons that have nothing to do with SF. But it changes the perception. Because before, when there were more ships floating around, it was kind of a “we’re all in this together” feeling. But without SF, it seems like people think a line has now been drawn, and it’s either going to be CS and OQ or it’s going to be SQ. It went from being “a bunch of people who ship different things who don’t like this one ship” to very definitely being “it’s us vs. them.” Instead of the majority of the posts in those tags being about why people don’t like the ship, it’s become “Our ship is canon!” “No, our ship is more canon!” “Our ship is endgame!” “No, our ship is endgame.”

When SF was still an option is was commiseration. Now it’s a battle.

Man, fandom psychology is fascinating.