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  • Spirit of Loyalty Discovering she's missed the cut for the Wonderbolts, Twilight and friends track down Rainbow Dash to help her see that not all dreams can be realized. by milesprower06 2,453 words · 373 views · 35 likes · 11 dislikes
  • Tale of Two Bronies Two Bronies are watching the Season 2 premiere, when they're swept away to Equestria. by milesprower06 24,030 words · 1,608 views · 78 likes · 14 dislikes
  • The Night Is Darkest One year after the Crystal Empire vanishes from the Arctic North, Princess Luna usurps the Equestrian throne. As civil war seems inevitable, the captain of her Night Watch ventures outside the castle walls in a last attempt for peace. by milesprower06 8,563 words · 555 views · 53 likes · 3 dislikes

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Accidentally In Love

Chapter 2, rough draft

Letters From A Disgruntled Friendship Student

Always on the lookout for something to satirize

(I will try and keep this updated as frequently as I can!)

Dec
19th
2014

After analyzing this whole debacle a bit further, I can comfortably say that out of all the parties involved, it is the THEATERS that we should be the most angry with. They began this chain reaction. They were the first cowards.

I remember reading a few days ago that cinemas nationwide are trying to combat decreasing attendance. Well, after this, more empty seats is exactly what they deserve. Apologies to any hard working theater employees, but I will applaud the closure of any theaters who are part of the big chains that pulled the film.

I would have PROUDLY and GLADLY gone to see this film at the AMC theater just down the street amid the threats. And if I died, I'd die knowing that North Korea would cease to exist within a year of my death. I will die on my feet before I live my entire life on my knees.

Unfortunately, AMC runs every theater in Bloomington, so it will probably be a very long time before I see a film locally again. I am boycotting all major theater chains that pulled the film leading to this debacle.

Yes, that means Equestria Girls 3 as well. Carmike Cinemas, the first chain to pull out, was the closest theater to play Equestria Girls and Rainbow Rocks in Indianapolis. I will wait for a Blu-ray release.

And to the owner of the Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas: you are a TRUE American. I know your hands are tied now, but you never backed down, especially when you offered to screen Team America FOR FREE. I salute you, sir.

We're still in the middle of this, but if it is destined to never be released, The Interview will go down in cinematic history for one of the worst reasons imaginable.

Because we as theatergoers are no longer allowed to take the risk of going to see a controversial film. We have been told to live in fear, to cower before anonymous terrorist threats. And that's a damn shame.

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#250 · 4w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1518897 Im sorry...

*hugs*

#248 · 4w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1518706 That had nothing to do with Green Day, Halo releases in November so at the time I sent that the joke would make more sense.

I actually hate Green Day a lot lol

#247 · 4w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1235082

That's when September ends. :derpyderp2:

Nice going, my fellow closet Green Day fan. :ajsmug:

#246 · 5w, 11h ago · 1 · ·

I LOVE that little ceramic of you two! So adorable!

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    Discovering she's missed the cut for the Wonderbolts, Twilight and friends track down Rainbow Dash to help her see that not all dreams can be realized.  · milesprower06
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Dec
19th
2014

After analyzing this whole debacle a bit further, I can comfortably say that out of all the parties involved, it is the THEATERS that we should be the most angry with. They began this chain reaction. They were the first cowards.

I remember reading a few days ago that cinemas nationwide are trying to combat decreasing attendance. Well, after this, more empty seats is exactly what they deserve. Apologies to any hard working theater employees, but I will applaud the closure of any theaters who are part of the big chains that pulled the film.

I would have PROUDLY and GLADLY gone to see this film at the AMC theater just down the street amid the threats. And if I died, I'd die knowing that North Korea would cease to exist within a year of my death. I will die on my feet before I live my entire life on my knees.

Unfortunately, AMC runs every theater in Bloomington, so it will probably be a very long time before I see a film locally again. I am boycotting all major theater chains that pulled the film leading to this debacle.

Yes, that means Equestria Girls 3 as well. Carmike Cinemas, the first chain to pull out, was the closest theater to play Equestria Girls and Rainbow Rocks in Indianapolis. I will wait for a Blu-ray release.

And to the owner of the Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas: you are a TRUE American. I know your hands are tied now, but you never backed down, especially when you offered to screen Team America FOR FREE. I salute you, sir.

We're still in the middle of this, but if it is destined to never be released, The Interview will go down in cinematic history for one of the worst reasons imaginable.

Because we as theatergoers are no longer allowed to take the risk of going to see a controversial film. We have been told to live in fear, to cower before anonymous terrorist threats. And that's a damn shame.

milesprower06 · 50 views · Report