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3w, 4d50 Answers About Myself5 comments · 152 views
Saw this in another journal, figured I'd give it a whirl.
1. What's your name?
2. How old are you?
3. What country do you live in?
4. What do you look like?
5. Who do you wish you looked like?
A brunette Captain America
6. How did you come across MLP?
I was fully against it at first. I thought it was too cutesy, and hadn't seen first gen stuff involving the villains. I only thought of it as a 'girly' show. (In retrospect, that was hypocritical on my part, as I was an avid fan of Jem and She-Ra back in the day.) I was all set to watch only Transformers Prime (they came out at the same time), but a very close friend of mine convinced me to give the show a chance after the first season. I've been a fan of the show ever since, and unashamed of that fact.
7. Favorite ship and why?
Rarijack. They're both working girls with a strong dedication to family, who're making their own way through life. I admire that.
8. Least favorite ship?
TwiDash. Aside from Daring Do and the Elements, they have nothing in common... Also, I HATE villainships. In ANY fandom, I HATE villainships! They're VILLAINS. "I want to eat your face!" is not secret code for "Ohmagersh I lurve you so, let us make beautiful babies together LOL!" Rivalships are just as bad.
9. Have you admitted to everyone you love ponies?
A good chunk of people, yeah.
10. Were they family?
11. Favorite episode?
...Man, I can't pick.
12. Favorite super hero?
Marvel: White Tiger (second one), Rescue, Dust, Mercury, Captain America, Iron Man, War Machine
DC: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Hal Jordon, Barry Allen, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Hawkgirl, Plastic Man
13. Favorite anti-hero?
14. Favorite super villain?
Doctor Doom, Joker, Lex Luthor
15. Favorite anti-villain?
16. The last book you read?
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
17. Last movie you watched?
Guardians of the Galaxy
18. Favorite song at the moment?
Anything by Peter Hollens
19. Favorite song you keep coming back to?
The Parting Glass, by Peter Hollens
20. Current job?
21. What is your ideal future job?
22. Dream Job?
23. What is you greatest achievement so far in life?
Writing my first play and putting it on for our local theater group's evening of one acts.
24. Greatest failure?
Anytime I lost my temper for no good reason...
25. Do you have pets?
I used to...
26. What's your dream pet?
27. Any weapon you own?
28. Any gun you want?
Not in the slightest
29. What religion are you?
30. If you could hang out with one historical person for a day?
31. If you could bring back one dead person for a day?
...No one I'm willing to talk about publicly, for reasons I'm ashamed of...
32. Are you political?
I have political views, but I'm not political.
33. Are you married?
34. Do you have a special somepony?
35. Do you have a crush?
36. Care to explain?
37. Do you consider yourself attractive?
Not as such.
38. If you could hang with any living person?
...I want to see my mother again.
39. Favorite pony?
40. Any embarrassing secrets?
Silly secret: I have a huge collection of stuffed animals
Drama secret: I have a short temper...
41. If you have done any art or writing, what are you most proud of?
I am proud of most of my writing. I don't think it's that good, but the fact that people like it is awe-inspiring. Thank you all. :D
42. Are you a virgin?
43. Craziest thing you've done with no regrets?
In third grade, I went all Rampage Mode Seras Victoria on a bully who had been beating me up all year. The paddling was WORTH IT.
44. Craziest thing you've done that you do regret?
...Too ashamed to admit it, sorry.
45. Do you have a fetish?
Bellies. Weight gain, pregnancy, vore... I like seeing a female belly expanded. I like watching women eat.
46. Do you regret saying this fetish?
No. Not everyone's into such things, so I don't bring it up unless asked.
47. Favorite FIM stories?
Too many to pick. I am fond of Estee's works, and I like "Nyx's Family" and "Nightmare Night and Nyx." Really, it's hard to pick just one I like.
48. Favorite quote?
"Distance doesn't matter to us! Even if we're separated we're still friends!" - Yosuke Hanamura, Persona 4
" Now! This is it! Now is the time to choose! Die, and be free of pain, or live, and fight your sorrow! Now is the time to shape your stories. Your fate is in your hands!" - Auron, Final Fantasy X
49. Have you ever hurt someone just to hurt them?
50. Did you answer these questions honestly?
3w, 5dI respect24 comments · 225 views
I respect that you may have political/moral/ethical views that may differ from someone else.
I respect that you have the God (or whatever your relevant deity is) and US Constitution-given right to have those views, as they are yours, and they do not need to be pushed on anyone else.
I respect that you may not like a story for whatever reason.
I respect that your political views may put you at odds with someone else.
I do not disrespect petty revenge for imagined slights, or lame, crude practical jokes against someone you don't like because they have different viewpoints than you.
Recently, Reality Check, an author who's work I respect despite the fact that we have some conflicting political viewpoints, posted a new story. It was just a short little thing, and while I didn't like it on a technical level, I didn't think about it, as I've enjoyed his other works tremendously. I made what I hope was a polite comment expressing my views, and then moved on. Until I looked at the groups the story was in, out of curiosity, and saw that it had been posted to several dozen groups that had nothing to do with the premise of the story, including several sexual groups.
The kind of petty, troll-angry stupidity it takes to do something like that just boggles my mind. Are the ones doing this trying to make the author look bad by posting them to those groups, or creating them outright? Because all it does is make them look like an assholes, jerks, and flatulating buttheads.
You can express your opinion for someone, whether you agree with their views or not, through means OTHER than spraypainting rude slogans on their car people. Because that's all posting to those groups is. Spraypainting his car. It does nothing to stop him, is little more than annoying, and just makes you look foolish. If you disagree with someone's views on this site, then don't read their stories! Nothing wrong with that, no one will hold it against you. (Certainly, I at least won't hold it against you if you unsubscribe from me because of my political views.)
That being said, I am now a full advocate of a modification to the groups system on FIMFiction, one that requires that authors MUST give their express permission before a story can be posted on a group. Or at the very least, allowing authors to REMOVE their stories from groups if they don't want them to be there.
Because seriously, that was just ridiculous.
7w, 1dCrusade's End Updated6 comments · 196 views
I find myself on a bit of a roll with this story.
WARNING: There is vague reference to events upcoming in Season 5's opening. However, I know about as much as you do, so the spoilers shouldn't be too bad.
7w, 4dNote to self16 comments · 212 views
Note to self - To avoid becoming depressed and angry, NEVER read anything about Warhammer 40K and ESPECIALLY avoid reading about the Imperium of Man. *headdesks*
9 comments · 291 views
Initially, I didn't think anything of it. But several people have made some good points about Twilight's foul language, attitude, and emotional state going all over the place. While I won't be changing the first chapter, I will be making a plot point about it in future chapters of Crusade's End.
Anyway, just wanted people to know. Thank you for the constructive criticism, it's given me GREAT ideas on how to improve the story.