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misanthropecca:

When my friend was at Comic Con he had Edward James Olmos talk to me on the phone…the other day he surprised me with this. Help this is too cute, there’s a heart next to my name

EJO is seriously the best autograph signer.  He always goes above and beyond.  Most just sign a name, he does an inscription and personalization and dates it and stuff.  He was so patient with me when I met him and had like 10 things for him to sign and inscribe.  Even gave me a considerable discount on such on the condition that he could personalize them (I think he thought I was a reseller and personalization makes reselling hard; but I was not and they where for my collection + a friend so it was A-OK to personalize them all and I ended up saving like $200 :D
It’s fascinating to me how so many of us found ourselves so blinded to such; how Adama and Roslin really had slowly gone from being democratic leaders to something other.  Even knowing such rationally, I still have trouble seeing it.  It’s quite insightful to the reality of how so many people can be blinded to the wrongs committed by the leaders they love.