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  • Monday
    Random TSC Trivia

    So you like The Sweetie Chronicles? Did you know that...

    - There's a book series blog called the exact same thing? I had never heard of it until a random google search pulled them up, and I was like: "Say whaaaa~"

    - Three downvotes for TSC are there because three authors got angry with me because I would not include their worlds in TSC?

    - Two downvotes are from people that have it in their Favorites Folder?

    - TSC was originally going to be a Ranma/MLP multiverse crossover starring Ryouga and Trixie?

    - Every world Sweetie visits actually a) teaches her something about herself, and b) has a counterpart world?

    - The longest chapter (split into smaller parts) was written within a month?

    - I don't have enough art? Seriously, how come there's pic of the mane 6, pregnant Dash & drunk Sweetie? Or Bon Bon & Lyra teaching Sweetie how to look pony? (I'm such an attention whore and a shameless, needy little author.)

    - Except for a couple of loose ends, I could, theoretically write chapter 20 right now and get 95% of what's going to be happening at that point in time with all of the previous chapters unwritten... correct?

    - I consider it a privilege to write each chapter in other author's worlds?

    - Sweetie Belle from TSC appeared in The Empty Room around April 2012 and by then she was already past the Backwards Through the Mirror (3rd May, 2014) chapters timeline-wise?

    - Ever since the Best Night Ever chapters, I can't go to a bar without wanting to order a Chocolate Martini?

    - There's a Goonies reference in TSC: BNE?

    23 comments · 655 views
  • Friday
    Boom.

    15 comments · 358 views
  • 6d, 2h
    Ever had one of those moments...

    ...where life around you seems to pause?

    When you've been so stressed about stuff in your life... not obvious things, or maybe including the obvious things. Over worked, too many things on your plate, not moving up fast enough, not finding better options fast enough, not enough money, not enough food, not enough time... come back from work, too tired to sleep; too tired to eat. When coffee is your only diet for 14 hours. When you stare morosely at a screen, when you feel a chapter should be done, a story started, an arc finished. When payments are due, when timelines are missed, when your boss's boss is spending the whole of the next day breathing down your neck, when you feel like going out for a drink, when you shouldn't have a drink, when a drink sounds like too much effort. When you wish you were chatting or hanging out with friends. When you are not chatting or hanging out with friends and the idea is at both times exciting and draining. When you wish you had a special someone. When the most important person in your life is not around enough. When you know it's sometimes for the best. When you know it could get worse. When you realize that you've got too much to lose, and yet nothing to lose, really.

    And then suddenly... you're calm. Detached. The world took a deep breath and it's holding it in.

    What will follow? A cacophony of doom? The oxymoronic sense that life is beyond your reach just as you grab on to it desperately? More misuse of commas and the regretful emptiness that semi-colons on my keyboard might be feeling right now?

    I just expect the world to sneeze and wipe everything into chaos. Maybe things will make sense then.

    14 comments · 517 views
  • 1w, 4h
    Should I post...

    ...a potentially controversial story? Not an attack on anyone specific, or anything like that, but something that might offend some of the less... understanding... readers in fimfic?

    Cast your vote in the comments.

    Edit: Okay! I guess I have my answer! Expect the story to appear soon!

    66 comments · 380 views
  • 1w, 1d
    So let your heart sweetheart...

    I think this is definitely Finding the Right Note's theme song.

    Expect a new chapter sometime soon.

    2 comments · 306 views
  • 2w, 2d
    My thoughts on...

    63 comments · 897 views
  • 2w, 3d
    State of the Writer...

    28 comments · 530 views
  • 3w, 1d
    Based on the latest chapter of The Three Sisters...

    I'm wondering, who would be the best choice to draw/paint the scene where Rarity, Chrysalis and the other Queens are seating at the table? Thoughts? Suggestions?

    18 comments · 239 views
  • 3w, 2d
    A Question for TTS Readers

    Given how things are developing in "The Three Sisters: Like Fudge" I was wondering if you guys might find it easier to read if I split the story into the separate subplots as individual stories. I'm considering this to make it easier for everyone to follow the plots without so much jumping around. What do you think?

    19 comments · 199 views
  • 3w, 4d
    Just before I leave for Thanksgiving dinner...

    ...I thought I'd leave a teaser of what's coming up tonight or tomorrow night.

    "Announcing Queens Purity and Chrysalis of the Northern Hive!"

    23 comments · 251 views
  • 3w, 5d
    Revisiting TER

    Since I'm finally catching up with The Empty Room's excellent spin-off series: The Game of Worlds by the incomparable DualThrone, I went back to re-read a few chapters of TER and thought about writing a bit about how I viewed Nightmares in that story...

    But I got caught up in it. It's a damn good story! He said, obviously not biased at all, but then again, any story you write that you can re-read constantly is pretty sweet! I really need to get off my butt and finish rewriting it. Read the original anyway, it's awesome.

    10 comments · 417 views
  • 4w, 1h
    Because cellos.

    9 comments · 207 views
  • 4w, 1d
    In case you missed it...

    Gothic updated!

    I'm very interested in hearing your thoughts about it so far, although admittedly it's just starting. :raritystarry: I'm not talking about corrections and such (although those are always welcome), I'd like to know your impressions... what you like about it and to know if you're finding it intriguing at all! I mean, it sorta depends on that, so your comments will help me a lot to see if what I'm writing is what I want to convey.

    We need Tavi smileys.

    2 comments · 188 views
  • 4w, 2d
    Okay, done for now...

    Thanks to Google's unreliable chat on the doc, I'm afraid I'll be cutting tonight's session short. I will, however attempt again tomorrow night, if anyone is interested.

    If there's an option you guys might know to allow people to chat so that there's more interaction than just me typing away, please let me know.

    ~WD

    6 comments · 161 views
  • 4w, 2d
    Okay! It's time to start...

    Here's some  flavor text to put us in the mood:

    Commander Shepard - Male: What're you up to now, Zaeed?

    Zaeed Massani: Next time another clone of yours tries stealing your life, we'll have a nice little surprise rigged for them. Isn't that right, Garrus?

    Garrus Vakarian: [Over Zaeed's radio] Spared no expense.

    Zaeed Massani: So, in walks your clone, takes a look around, sees this great hot tub and says to themself, "hey, I fancy a dip."

    Garrus Vakarian: Big mistake.

    Zaeed Massani: Huge. The minute they put so much as a toe in the water, a timer starts counting down.

    Commander Shepard - Male: To what?

    Zaeed Massani: Arma-fucking-geddon. Thirty seconds later, this baby heats right up.

    Commander Shepard - Male: And then what?

    Zaeed Massani: You ever swim a few laps on the surface of the sun? No? Well, your clone will be. Heh-heh. That'll teach 'em.

    Commander Shepard - Male: But what if I want to use the hot tub?

    Zaeed Massani: Covered that. It's keyed to your DNA.

    Commander Shepard - Male: But a clone would have the same DNA as me.

    Zaeed Massani: Goddamned clone.

    6 comments · 285 views
  • 4w, 2d
    So let's say that I need some peer pressure...

    9 comments · 249 views
  • 5w, 4d
    43 Students Killed

    I normally don't use my blog for this, but if I don't say anything about this, I'll regret it.

    Now, some of you are probably aware of what happened in Mexico with the 43 students gone missing in September and what happened afterwards... the fact that it basically exploded into violent riots is not surprising.

    A couple of years ago, a friend of mine decided to drive from Mexico City to New Laredo, a drive he had done several times before. We never heard from him again. A couple of cartel members were caught at one point and identified his vehicle and confessed to shooting him because they had felt like it.

    Several years ago, the cousin of a friend of mine was abducted and killed by kidnappers seeking money. Another acquaintance at the time got shot for bumping someone on the road. And those two were before the Cartels became the big news item internationally.

    This might seem distant and possibly irrelevant to you, since you're most likely not in Mexico and who cares about other contries right? Well, there's plenty of us who do care, who have friends and family there, and it affects us. You know us. You read our stories, and blogs and share with us pictures and memes on Tumblr or the Social Media site of your choice.

    Tragedy happens all over the world, but remaining silent and doing nothing, is not a good way to deal with it. I'm not advocating violence here, either, but I think, that if I have about 3440 followers here, all of you with contacts and all of them with contacts of their own, we can do something. Something small, maybe, but perhaps enough to add up to what's happening out there and make a difference.

    So what am I asking for? Get informed, see what's going on, how others around the world are already protesting it, from South Korea to Brazil. Think how you would feel... if you're a student, the morning after you said goodbye to your friends, they're gone. A classroom full of empty desks, save for you and a few others.

    If you're a teacher, you've thought about this when you have seen school violence in the US, for example... the lives you're helping shape, the families you have affected... broken and gone. You wonder what happened to them... and you find out. Ashes. The rest? Thrown into the river to hide evidence.

    If you're a parent... last night your kid called you, "Hey, dad/mom, I'll have to call you later, the police is picking me up."

    I'm a parent. Whenever I see news about school violence here, I freak out about the future of my son. I have a sister... and parents in Mexico. Cousins, uncles, aunts. I know, one day, I'll find out that someone they know has gone missing, if not something closer to home.

    So what am I getting at? Once you get informed, once you decide that yes, that is shit you wouldn't want happening to you or those you love, do something simple. Create more awareness on your blogs, tumblrs, imgur, reddit, facebook, etc. It's a corruption that won't be gone until we all, Mexicans and The World put pressure on until we crush it. Make memes pointing out what's wrong with this and why we're all together as part of this same crazy-ass world and that we don't want that crap happening to our neighbors and friends any more than we want it happening to us.

    Don't get in trouble, but make some trouble, as we can and peacefully, for those that need to be in trouble.

    59 comments · 1,143 views
  • 6w, 44m
    A curiosity from back in 2008

    I wrote this little piece of sci-fi-thingy back in 2008... it still functions as a bit of a novel seed for me, don't know if I'll ever really go back to it. It's nothing too special, but I thought about it today and figured I'd share it here with you guys. It's just a curiosity, really.

    ALONE

    Drip…

    Time to wake up!”

    Life frizzled into white existence once, then disappeared into darkness.

    Don’t you want to eat something before going to school? Wake up!”

    Consciousness remained. Certain bits of information poured like green and red raindrops, flashing against the darkness; only to vanish in the unending abyss beyond his vision.

    He couldn't move yet.

    With pulsating slowness vision returned, still blurred, still pixelated on certain areas… but he could see as well as hear now.

    He moved his eyes, roaming across the remains of the warehouse for possible enemies.

    Drip…

    None, but he could see the result of his battle.

    The warehouse floor was a sea of mist, waves crashing and flowing around the few concrete columns still standing. Sunlight streamed down from holes in the roof; it made him think of clouds letting light through for a second during a storm.

    Clear sunlight highlighted swirling mist here and there, or reflected off the armored remains of his enemies.

    The scrap carcass of an almost arachnid metal monstrosity, created either to fight in tournaments or for military use, had crumbled in the middle of the room.

    Among the mist it reminded him of a ghost ship, like the ones in the old pirate novels he used to read when he was a boy.

    He closed his eyes, but darkness was replaced by opaque windows of several colors, all of them detailing just how bad his situation was.

    Drip…

    He ignored them, instead concentrating on sudden images that came to mind. The girl… had she been really a red-head? Had he been human then?

    He opened his eyes and tried to move his neck. With a whirring protest, he positioned his head downwards, now able to asses the damage visually.

    A steel pipe had run him through the stomach, and the remains of a wall had encased much of his shoulders and arms in the metal framework of the warehouse’s wall.

    One of his legs was useless. Sparks and metal clicks came from within the joint when he tried to move it, but it remained in place.

    He had once broken that same leg while playing football.

    The other leg simply did not respond. One of the many windows in his internal vision was loading a bar labeled “Extremity Usage Percentage.”

    He was singed and soot covered most of his otherwise black and red armor.

    Don’t worry we can get the stains off your uniform… you’ll see.” A smile. “It will be as good as new.”

    Drip…

    His eyes noticed the oil accumulating on the tips of his left hand fingers, then falling down in a black drop into an equally dark puddle.

    He had wailed and cried when he had cut his finger with paper a long time ago. His father had put down the mug of coffee and told him that it was alright, that the pain would disappear soon.

    His father was dead now. His brother, his friends… the red-headed girl...

    A green light on the periphery of his sight…

    He experimentally closed and opened his right hand. Then the left.

    Now count with me using your fingers, one…” a voice echoed in his head. He tried to follow along with the sentence, but he couldn't. Speaking was not an imperative process for a machine. It could be delegated to follow other, more important, internal repairs.

    What do you want to be when you grow up? An astronaut? Fire-fighter?”

    His functioning leg slowly dragged back, scratching the concrete floor with a metallic whine until it settled down, bent at the knee.

    Static crackled inside his head. “… are you there?”

    Are you there?” The red-head climbed up the branches to where he hid, holding his knees against his chest. “What’s wrong?”

    Rubble fell as his arm reached back, his hand opening to lay palm down against a large segment of concrete wall.

    Lie down, dear…” He couldn't remember her, just the voice. “The doctors say the cure will be available soon… you just need to sleep until… until then.”

    Static again, then followed by another voice. “…are able… your signal… conscious? ...answer us? …on its way… help!”

    I’ll help you. I promise!” The red-head swore. He felt cold as more scientists poured ice over him. “I’ll find a cure…”

    His right arm forced his malfunctioning leg into a similar position to the other one, then grabbed the jagged corner of the concrete wall.

    These people are responsible for her death.” The memory was clear in his databanks, or was it his mind? The voice mingled with the static-distorted words that reached his internal receiver. “We can’t cure you now, but there are other ways… it wont be the same… I’m sorry.”

    The servos in his legs started working full force. One whirring, the other click-clacking in a mad tempo as it tried to perform a task it was not able to do. His arms tensed as his elbows bent then stretched, pulling him up. The metal pipe scratched inside him, setting off sparks and making him vibrate as it slid down the way it had come in, in a slightly different angle.

    Warning lights flashed and flooded his vision.

    Why that model? It is designed for combat.”

    He invoked a picture from his archives. It covered the warning lights; the mist rolling off the extremities of the destroyed robot-tank faded; the sight of his armored body spewing liquid and sparks disappeared.

    She had long red hair, reaching past her shoulders. She was wearing a white lab coat, covering whatever clothes she wore underneath; she held a medical chart in one hand, the other rested on the top of a cylindrical tank, big enough for a small child.

    She was thirty in this picture.

    We will do it, she asked us to give you whatever you wanted… but why? Please?”

    The noise stopped, the lights died out and the image faded, leaving him staring at a group of people. Another red-headed woman stood before him. Her hair reached just above her shoulders.

    Around him and around the remains of the robots, disturbing the mists as colossus wandering in the sea, were scientists and armed guards.

    His vision blurred as his neck vibrated. She was doing something. When she finished another green light popped up for a moment.

    “Why did you come alone? Why do you keep doing this?” The woman had tears in her eyes.

    “I don’t know anymore,” He answered.

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  • 7w, 17h
    Gothic: Magna Anima Nocte

    9 comments · 473 views
Jan
25th
2013

I've heard a lot of things...

I have marginally followed arguments about it, and honestly, what I will say below might have been said several times, but for now, bear with me.

I know that there are a lot of people angry about the lack of representation of our female bronies. And if you feel that way, you're right.

I don't dislike the documentary. Quite the contrary; I believe it went as far as it could with covering what it was aiming to cover: That the media perception of male bronies is erroneous. Whether they achieve that or not, is up to dispute, but I really believe that they never had the intention to go any deeper than media perception about the male aspect of our fandom.

Which sucks, mostly because that's not what we believed it would be about. I think, if we are to have a Brony Documentary, it has to be done celebrating what makes us strong: that we are inclusive. That we respect and appreciate all members of our community. From troll to outstanding bronies, we, in general accept who each of us are and what we love. Now, before you point out that we ban trolls for excessive attitudes, it is true that we do so, but, there has to be a limit on how much you can annoy people. If you want to argue this point, feel free to do so in another thread/blog, or PM with me, okay?

Anyway, back to the matter at hand.

Are female bronies, (or pegasisters) not appreciated enough? Yes.

Do people think that we, the male bronies, relish on the thought that we are special because we are males who like MLP? Yes.

Are we more special than our counterparts because of it? Hell eFFING no. Nope.

So, the documentary centers on media perception. Not in our history, or who we really are. Are we manly? Or are we Bronies?

I don't see "Brony" as a male word. Sure, the implication is there, but the meaning of it as we KNOW is not simply males. That's Fox News talking. Not Brony talk.

So, here's what I propose: Let's make our own, amateur Documentary FOR Bronies, BY Bronies.

Can we do it? YES. We can.

How? Simple. How many of us are in college? How many of us have editing skills? How many of us are studying communications, sociology, any sort of media studies? We can do it. We can use university cameras, we can cover the whole world BECAUSE we come from the whole world.

We have so much raw talent.

We have united as a community before, more than once to help any of us in need. Let's prove it. We can ask celebrities to help us, but we can do without. I KNOW you all have it in you. I know, IF we want, we can form some sort of cohesive project and make it work.

Are we going to let our sisters go away unsung and unappreciated? Hell no.

Who's with me?

Wanderer D · 9,741 views · Edited 99w, 3d ago · Report
#1 · 99w, 3d ago · 18 · ·

I like this idea.

#2 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

*raises hand*

#3 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

Very nice.

#4 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

That sounds like a fantastic idea. Honestly, I'm surprised it hasn't already been done.

#5 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

You have my mental support.

#6 · 99w, 3d ago · 4 · ·

I've never even thought of "brony" being strictly for guys, nor have I ever considered myself special for being a male audience member.   I mean shit, I'm pretty sure there are more guys that girls watching the show, so really that would make them more special than us.  I haven't seen the documentary, and I kind of don't want to because I'm afraid that they presented bronies as people who have thousands upon thousand of MLP dolls and sing all the songs on trains.

#7 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

Nah, I'll pass :applejackunsure:. But good luck nonetheless.

#8 · 99w, 3d ago · 7 · 2 ·

There are girls who like ponies?!

#9 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I shall support this! (I am amateur fan-artist. :3)

#10 · 99w, 3d ago · 7 · 19 ·

I like girls.

They have boobies.

I like boobies.

#11 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I'd be up for helping how I can, though I don't have much in the way of artisitc ability. I'm somewhat good at organization *pushes his chaotic room out of sight*

#12 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I 32'nd this:pinkiehappy:

Comment posted by NorthCrusader deleted at 7:03pm on the 25th of January, 2013
#14 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

Yes.

#15 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I'm waiting for the dvd version to come out so I can watch the special features. But as to your point I think the makers realized that Pegasisters were neglected as part of the fandom but by that time it was too late to add them to the documentary.

#16 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I am with you on this

#18 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

Edit: Ah, now I see, that’s much better. I don’t have the skills to help so I’m out.

#19 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I can write, I can voice act...I'm in!

Wanderer D
Moderator
#20 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·
#21 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

FOR QUEEN AND COUNTRY!

sorry, got carried away there

Wanderer D
Moderator
#22 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

>>750844 Dude, thanks, that was completely opposite to what I was trying to say. I'm sorry I insulted you, but thanks again for catching it.

#23 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I should empathize, I would like to help in anyway I can, to whatever extent. considerding that my teaching puts a lot of effort on me, I'll try to do what I cna

#24 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

Thank you so much for this post. That's all my feels in written word. :pinkiesmile:

And I would definitely be onboard for assisting this to get off the ground. If I'm completely honest, I've felt a bit resentful about 'not existing' in some places despite having just as much stake in and love for the series. Not resentful in a 'rawr I hate guys' kind of way, because that's stupid. Just :fluttershysad:.

>>750822

Hon, you're not helping.

#25 · 99w, 3d ago · 3 · ·

are not Paleosteno and Saberspark working on a brony documentary?  saber made "ballad of the brony" and paleo did something similar.

#26 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I have some editing and animating skills. I'm all for this idea. Let me know if I can help!

#27 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

You have my support.:rainbowdetermined2:

#28 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

This idea doesn't sound too bad. Very well, You have my editing.

#29 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

In short, IMO, the whole documentary was a circlejerk idealization of bronies.  I hate how they focused on fox news, there were plenty of other news outlets that ridiculed bronies.  I also didn't like how they painted conservatives as the enemy.  I am a conservative/libertarian and also a brony.  They completely skipped over and ignored the gritty, dirty origins and parts of the brony fandom (e.g. 4chan).  They painted the bronies like a bunch of "loving and tolerating" hippies.   "Ohhh~ just look at those poor little bronies they are misunderstood special snowflakes".

Don't get me wrong, I liked the documentary overall but that does not change my above opinion.

Edit: good luck with your documentary endeavor.

#30 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I'll help, as a female brony who dislikes the word Pegasister for those same reasons. I can do some art, write, probably voice act (never tried, but I can keep up a discussion with myself for hours, so why not?) , and don't have an Alicorn OC. I'm totally in.

So, what do you want me to do? Publicize, plan, draw? I'm off school for a week, so I've got pretty much almost nothing to do.

#31 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

Saberspark (creator of ballad of the brony) is already making a documentary that is going to do that and more. I saw the "official" documentary as a simple introduction. The brony cronicles (the name of the fan one) is suppose to look at the fandom more closely and more critically.

#32 · 99w, 3d ago · 7 · 3 ·

I don't see how female bronies don't receive the respect they deserve. I don't know about anyone else, but I can (in my own opinion) that the talent majority of females compared to males, only in ratio, is higher in the female range. There are more talented male bronies because there are more of them.

Point is. Women are better than men, and I don't care if anyone wants to try and argue this, I'll take it to my grave.

#34 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

I'm in.

One thing though... we should form a group for this and actually have some organization and formally, we should start AFTER season 3 because right now we don't know if Twilight is going to become Princess or not and how that might affect the community

a good example of a brony documentary is The Ballad of The Brony by Saberspark... its a one man work, but the editing is excellent and covers from Seasons 1-2.

Comment posted by RedScarWolf deleted at 7:10pm on the 25th of January, 2013
#36 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

>>750872

I agree with you in full. I would put something else intelligent here, but you already did.

Wanderer D
Moderator
#37 · 99w, 3d ago · 4 · ·

>>750875 Then we throw in our support. But there doesn't need to be only one, right?

#38 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I kinda think a more critical and objective doc would piss people off a lot more. There are a lot of things in this fandom that are better left uninvestigated.

#39 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · 2 ·

But, but, D! There are no women on the internet! Only really effeminate men!

#40 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I may not have editing skills, but damn it, I have a web camera and things to say! Count me in!

And yeah, I never thought of "Brony" as a masculine term, despite the "bro" part. I just never thought about it that way.

#41 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

So a documentary focused on the fandom, male and female, and how we act among ourselves? I could get behind this. I don't know what I'd be able to add to it, but I like the idea.

#42 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

I'd be more than happy to help out in any way that I can!

Pax
#43 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

You have my calculator.

#44 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

The only help I can get you is bringing coffee.

#45 · 99w, 3d ago · · ·

oh, and I was under the impression that the term "brony" came about because the pony fad originated on the /b/ board, and b + pony = brony. I don't know for sure if this is true; either way I never considered it particularly exclusively masculine.

#46 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

Yes, I'm with you.

~Syn3rgy

#47 · 99w, 3d ago · 1 · ·

>>750806

you're terrible :rainbowlaugh:

I'm in!! :pinkiehappy: not that i have any talent with visual arts of any kind :ajbemused:

#49 · 99w, 3d ago · 2 · ·

I VOLUNTEER!

(Yes, I do like this idea, not as a snub or anything but I just love this idea in general and would like to participate if I can.)

Alexstrazsa
Moderator
#50 · 99w, 3d ago · 4 · ·

Let's make our own, amateur Documentary FOR Bronies, BY Bronies.

You're proposing a dangerous thing, D.

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