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2020-07-15 03:34:05

    Sam and I were inventorying some of his old Mechs merch (posters and CDs and Kickstarter perks) bc he’s considering selling some to someone who’ll get some use out of it instead of it sitting in a cupboard

    and it inspired me to look at my own CDs and I’m just OVERWHELMED WITH NOSTALGIA looking at my signed OUAT CD

    it makes me miss hanging out with them a BUNCH, I haven’t had a proper conversation with Jonny in maybe years just because we don’t tend to be in the same place at the same time, and that sucks because there was a good chunk of time where I think Jonny was the person in the band I spent the most time chatting with and firing ideas around with. Same with Tim and Frank, I love them but I haven’t seen them in ages (I had plans to catch up with Frank in like March but alas, coronavirus)

    anyway this is a blast from the past and a memory of a time when they really had some time to spare just goofing off while signing CDs, I think a lot of OUAT signed CDs have this level of goofy in-character annotation.

    (images under the cut)

    Marius signed this one “Hope & Broken Horses, the Mechanisms” because Kofi has always found it very, very funny to interpret “sending a message of hope and broken horses” as literal, like, Ulysses just wrote a note on the statue saying “hope and broken horses xoxo”

    and tbh that is the only way that makes sense because “sending a message of hope and broken horses” really…….what is broken horses doing in that sentence (other than leading into the chorus, obviously)

    <>Meet the faces of the “I’m Sorry” campaign, a group of Christians who go to Chicago’s pride celebrations every year to apologize for their past hateful actions against LGBT people. The group started in 2010 and has since moved to other cities across the world. This is what love looks like. (via the Advocate) 


    I know it’s color but this needed to be shared

    A reminder that everyone can change, and that there are truly wonderful and supportive people out there. 

    Look it’s a little self-serving and feel-good for the Christians in question, I’m sure, but you have no idea how healing this can be for LGBT Christian folks.  Even if they grew up in a welcoming tradition.  Especially if they did not.

    ESPECIALLY if they did not

    All of the above

    This is especially nice if they’re there to support LGBT+ loved ones at their local pride parade. Admitting they were wrong not just to their family/friends, but to the community.