Is LJ being slow and stupid for anyone else, or is it just me?
We have so much snow, you all. It's crazy! It hasn't stopped snowing since yesterday around 2. There are snowmen all over campus. It rocks.
However, my thoughts go out to those caught in the tornadoes in central and southern US, and for the families and friends of the baseball team that were in the bus accident in GA.
This week's Friday Five (see, I haven't totally forgotten about SPN!)1. We see that the episodes are starting to "recycle" some of the season one monsters. What monsters would you like to see revisited?
Uhh...isn't this basically a repeat from last week? Anyway. I'd love to see the Trickster again. Beyond that, they already did the shapeshifter and that's the only one I'd want to see again. Though I do love mythology behind various "gods" (like in Scarecrow).2. In the season one finale, Sam draws the devil's trap onto the impala and explains its function, and although this symbol is not brought up again, the episode title is Devil's Trap. What do you think is its the significance?
*scratches head* Isn't the significance to trap the demon? I'd say we've seen plenty of that (Crossroad Blues, Born Under...). Also, the one on the car was protection. It's safe to say that the Demon wouldn't have gotten the gun had it been back there. 3. What is your favourite season two episode so far? And why?
Born Under A Bad Sign. Does anyone on my flist really need me to explain?4. Sam or evil!Sam?
Evil!Sam. Shit, yeah.5. If the Winchester brothers got tossed into another fandom (TV show, book, etc), which fandom do you think they'll be the most at home in? Which one would they be the most out-of-place in?
The X-Files (or Buffy, I guess) for sure. Most uncomfortable? Probably other sci-fi, like Stargate or Battlestar Galactica because they (Sam and Dean) don't deal with aliens and ambiguous things like that. They deal with good and evil, not technology and xenocide.Music
You also all know just how obsessed with Imogen Heap I am and the other day I "found" four songs she performed specifically for iTunes. They're not new songs, but they're live (but without the annoying clapping kind of live) and creatively different. They're wonderful. I especially love her live version of Just For Now
. I wanted to share so...Imogen Heap Live!
Trust The Man review coming later this weekend.
PS--Fandom? This is why I'm frustrated with you and very tempted to ignore you. I can't escape the wank in any one of the fandoms I'm in, and really? It bores me. Can't we all just get along?
End of my own .02.