Bones and X-Files and other lovely things

What do you think you’re doing? Oh, whatever I want.

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robolynxx:

I never ask anyone for anything, but right now, I don’t know what else to do. My cat needs to have emergency surgery to have something he swallowed removed from his stomach. He hasn’t been eating, he’s been losing weight, he’s sick, and I don’t have the means to help him - I make minimum wage and I live check to check. I’ve been informed that without surgical intervention, the object will get caught in his intestines and be fatal. I can’t watch my cat suffer and I don’t want to lose him.

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What is up with “thy,” “thou,” “thee,” and “thine”?

djackmanson:

theyuniversity:

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THIS is how you do grammar-nerdery, instead of policing people’s grammatical errors

greekinevitability:

Before you watch the X-Files:

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After you watch the X-Files:

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"I went to five schools before I was nine. And you?"

"Twelve before university."

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qthewetsprocket:

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turtletotem:

I have long said that in order for any comedy to truly succeed as a story, there has to be meat beneath the jokes. There has to be that moment when it is not funny any more.

This. This is that moment.

I watched this less than a year after my father died and this just *hurt*

But even without that personal reaction it’s an amazing scene.

Actually, Mandy Patinkin had the exact same personal reaction as you did - for him, taking the role helped him heal after the death of his own dad:

'And in my mind, I feel that when I killed that six-fingered man, I killed the cancer that killed my father. And for a moment, he was alive. And my fairy tale came true.

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