This one time when I was about 13 I got swine flu and had to stay off school for 2 weeks. While I was off somebody spread a rumour that I wasn’t there because I’d been hit by a truck and died. So when I came back into school I walked into English class and everybody started screaming and I cried.
so my mom is a dispatcher for our town’s police and one time a man called 911 saying that he was with his kid and he didn’t think he was breathing and so my mom rushed a few ambulances out and directed him on how to give cpr over the phone and the man told my mom that his son was breathing again and my mom was so pleased but then once the ambulances got there they radioed in asking for a psych eval because apparently the man had been giving cpr to a cantelope
This is a picture of an article about fandom in the English adaption of the Shanghai Daily. Not only is it an interesting, informative and a very positive view of the fandoms, it also talks about specific fandoms like the Sherlock fandom and the Supernatural fandom.
An excerpt from the article reads: “These sites also allow people that would never have met each other in real life to communicate and, sometimes, band together to support causes. For example, the fandom of “Supernatural,” a television show, often helps charities as a result of the philanthropic actor who stars in the show.”
That would be Misha. The article goes on to discuss the positive affects of fandom and fanworks, mentioning Tumblr specifically. The article was written by Shannon Hwang and features the artwork of Alice X.
Alice, have you seen this?
Oooh, thanks to everyone who let me know about this! This is really cool!