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Anonymous asked: I see Jared Padalecki and Ty Olsson and stuff get hate on the Internet and I was just wondering does anyone ever hate Misha. To me it seems like he is loved by everyone and that makes me Happppppy because he's such a nice genuine person :) :) yay Misha!

I hate to break it to you, but everyone gets hate on the Internet.

Nobody is universally popular, and a lot of mean people use the Internet. Trolls can target anyone for any reason. I once read about a group of trolls who started sending hate messages to the Youtube account of the mom of a 7-year-old with a terminal condition.

Getting attacked doesn’t necessarily mean that you deserve it. Sometimes it says a lot more about the person doing the attacking than it does about you.

However, sometimes it’s not mindless hate. Sometimes it’s criticism. Sometimes it’s criticism that you really need to hear.

Jared Padalecki, Ty Olsson, and Misha have all be unjustly attacked by people on the Internet, but they’ve also been justly criticized, and it’s important to learn how to tell the difference. Everyone needs someone to yell at them when they really screw up.

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Anonymous asked: So do you like consider yourself a professional in all things Misha?

Professionals get paid. I’m an amateur Misha enthusiast.

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Anonymous asked: Hate to ask cause you might not know too and i know you hate people asking questions one could easily look up but I've tried looking. That most recently posted pic with Misha and Aisha Tyler, does that mean Misha is going to be on Whose Line is it Anyway? and when cause I have GOT to see that. That show is funny enough without him but then you add Misha, it'll be hilarious lmao

No, it’s cool. I shouldn’t be so mean. I know that sometimes I can’t think of the right search terms, and sometimes I wrongly assume that something wouldn’t come up on a Google search. It just pisses me off when I get a question that could be answered with a basic Google search - which often brings up previous posts on this blog! - from an anon, because then it’s like “Well, if you were logged in then I’d answer you privately but if I publish this then people are gonna get pissed off seeing me answer the same questions over and over again.”

Anyway, the answer to your question is, “I can’t say for sure, but I think so.”

Aisha Tyler, the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, said in an interview on July 30, 2013, with the Examiner, that she wanted to see some members of the Supernatural cast on the show:

"Oh God, Jared Padalecki would be amazing! Jared Padalecki would be funny; he is shockingly funny. I just had him again on my podcast, and he would be fantastic. Misha Collins, actually, would be great, too," Tyler said.

This started a rumor, which was debunked by the excellent Fandom Debunker, that Misha would appear during the first season of the revamp.

Both Jared and Misha appeared on her podcast, Guy on Girl. Clearly, Aisha is one of us.

I can’t imagine why Misha would be on the set of Whose Line mic’d up and looking all nice unless he was going to be on the show. But you’ll have to wait for an official announcement to know for sure. Go ask Aisha!

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Anonymous asked: So... I'm unfollowing. Kinda sick of the snarky bullshit on this blog when other people are capable of posting everything you do AND acting like they're older than 13. You remind me of a girl I knew in high school - she was never able to keep a friend for very long because of her behavior. It was sad and I hope that doesn't happen to you.

But how can I mourn your passing if you don’t even tell me your name?!

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This is me and Misha at the 2013 Calgary Comic Expo. I walked up to him when it was my turn and nervously asked him if he would wear my cat ears, and of course, he graciously accepted. I was so nervous the entire time, I was shaking like a leaf for almost an hour afterwords. He is such a sweetheart!!

This is me and Misha at the 2013 Calgary Comic Expo. I walked up to him when it was my turn and nervously asked him if he would wear my cat ears, and of course, he graciously accepted. I was so nervous the entire time, I was shaking like a leaf for almost an hour afterwords. He is such a sweetheart!!

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Anonymous asked: i bought a ticket for RingCon Germany in october and i'm really curious how its gonna be this s gonna be my first con. i've heard a lot about bad experiences from others, especially the creation con visitors. i just hope it's not gonna be that bad and commercial. (btw. the ticket costs about 100€/ 140$ i guess). i even bought the ticket before i knew that Misha is coming (RingCon s for all fandoms, especially LOTR) but now i'm really afraid that its not worth the money. just wanted to share this

That sounds like a reasonable price for an admission ticket. And it’s really up to you, not me, what you do with your money. Personally, I don’t think I’ll ever pay for an autograph, but that’s because I don’t think that they have that much value. So the question for you is how much you value what you’re going to get at RingCon.

In any event, you’ve already bought the ticket, so you should might as well go and have as much fun as possible. I hope you have a great time, and if you don’t, then you don’t have to go back. In any case, you’ll probably get some stories out of it!

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this-website-ruined-my-life asked: Ok so I've messaged you before but feel the need to do so again, because you're hilarious. You have impeccable research skills that are awesome (and not stalker ish like a lot of people's "research skills") and the way you respond to some questions, especially the ones targeting Misha's appearance or really personal creepy things, is always gold! Snaps for you! Anyway, this may turn into a multi part message, apologies in advance. I've once told you the story of the Sydney con and how I got...

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neraiutsuze asked: I had a great time at my SPN Creation con... pretty much solely because of the people I was with. The con itself felt - like you said, it felt like extortion. In contrast, I had a much better experience in terms of the actual con at my local UK Asylum con. All cons are out to get money, but Asylum felt a hell of a lot less extortionate; it cost less, and the attitude of all the organisers was very much pro-fans. Even the ushers etc were also fans who were there for the con as much as the job!

How is it that UK Asylum costs less than a U.S.-based convention? Most of the actors live in America. I mean, I’d expect them to be a little higher because of differences in our economy, but I’m just flummoxed by this.

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Anonymous asked: previous anon from Germany here. That boy was definitely under 16! Somewhere between 8 and 10, if memory serves.

I just got a note informing me that you need to be 16 to buy beer or wine, 18 to buy liquor.

I guess this was Asylum Europe 4 … looking for confirmation … crazy story, anyway.