It seems I'm over my TV boyfriend Dean Winchester. We are still friends, but I've moved on. I've been seeing other TV guys. I've been seeing John Watson and Jessie Pinkman casually. Meanwhile the Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again.
|This is so awesome. Someone found my underused Livejournal account and decided to post hate mail regarding an entry from a year and a half ago. Then, I realized how relevant the original entry still was, so even more awesome. How did they even find my journal?
Somebody replied to your LiveJournal post in which you said:
The always awesome Bev posted this on THaB.
There are 3 certainties in life: death, taxes, and something's wrong with Sam.
The first two I actually care about.
Thanks for the laugh this morning.
Yeah, it's so hilarious when Deangirls openly hate one half of the show (that would be Sam, since you're obviously a moron and need to have obvious things explained to you) especially when Sam is Dean's soulmate.
A young teen named Walter is dropped off at his two reclusive bachelor uncle’s farm in Texas. It is mostly a coming of age story with a tad bit of mystery mixed in.
Maybe it is a bit cheesy. It doesn’t matter. The main cast is great Michael Caine, Robert Duvall, and Haley Joel Osment are fun to watch, though I’m not going to judge Caine’s Texas accent. The secondary flashbacks with Christian Kane and Emmanuelle Vaugier are over the top in a way that reminds me of “The Princess Pride.”