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It should now be fairly obvious why everyone on tumblr is insane.

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There’s something very important in Dean not only listening to this, but responding as well. Before, when it really mattered, it was, “Blah blah blah Raphael, right?” Now he’ll listen to Cas ramble about monkeys and answer questions about lipstick.

Dean is making an effort here, isn’t it obvious?

It absolutely is. And it warms my heart. He is also asking him if he wants to come inside and tell them what’s going on, not ordering him to do so, and this is after he’s willingly gone out to get him rather than expecting or demanding him to shimmy himself in there. Here he is treating him as a person, a friend, rather than a soldier and a weapon. Well, he’s started to, at least - he still lashes out a few times during the episode, but learns rather quickly that it will get him nowhere. That this subtle approach of kindness, offering choices that actually matter, is the way to go, and the wounds are slowly and carefully being stitched up.

And the fact that this little miracle is playing out to the lyrics of the tunes on the radio that goes, “They did not listen, they did not know how. Perhaps they’ll listen now makes me just want to cry.

I’d also like to make another point about the song playing, “Starry Starry Night” by Don McLean, about Vincent Van Gogh. These were the words playing during this conversation, and it was hard to hear if you weren’t paying close attention:

Now I understand what you tried to say to me

how you suffered for your sanity
how you tried to set them free.
They would not listen
they did not know how

perhaps they’ll listen now.

just think about that for a little bit. it’s a beautiful song, and fits so amazingly for that episode and Castiel’s state of mind.

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What happens when two baroque cellists perform a cover of “Thunderstruck" by AC/DC? They shred. Literally. Keep an eye on their bows as the piece progresses.

This awesome video features Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, aka 2Cellos, playing their phenomenal “BaRock style” arrangement of the hard rock classic for a completely bewildered 17th century audience. The concept is wonderful, but the actual performance is astonishing.

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I have the goofiest grin on my face right now, wow.

This is so hot.

How to destroy your bow strings in a totally fabulous way.

The thing that I worry about more is the media’s bias toward fairness. Nobody uses the word lie anymore. Suddenly, everything is “a difference of opinion.” If the entire House Republican caucus were to walk onto the floor one day and say “The Earth is flat,” the headline on the New York Times the next day would read “Democrats and Republicans Can’t Agree on Shape of Earth.” I don’t believe the truth always lies in the middle. I don’t believe there are two sides to every argument. I think the facts are the center. And watching the news abandon the facts in favor of “fairness” is what’s troubling to me.
Aaron Sorkin (via ohgodwhoseroomsarethese)

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