1.6 kilopones · 11:53am
One thousand, six hundred watchers. That's completely absurd, guys, I have no idea why you put up with me. Apparently, however, you do. I don't understand why, but I've long since learned to stop worrying about it.
One thing I would like to say, though, and this is something that comes close to my heart, is that we're still people. All of us popular writers are still people, nothing more. A large watcher count doesn't make anybody better than anybody else and it certainly doesn't make anybody infallible. People should earn respect through their actions, not their popularity. Some people may assume that just because somebody is popular, they don't pay attention to the little guys and it doesn't really matter what they say, but that's completely wrong. The little guys are exactly as important as anybody else.
Now to completely flip that last paragraph on its head with some painful elitism. A worrying number of people keep pushing me to have a little donations button. I feel guilty about the thought alone, but I figure that given that nobody is actually stupid enough to give me money for horse stories it'll at least shut them up. Don't click this, I'd be very embarrassed.
Next story up is an AppleDash story for RatOfDrawn, who draws some awesome looking horses. Now I just have to figure out how to write AppleDash. It can't be *that* hard, right?