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Hazel Mee


There is nothing in the world more helpless and irresponsible and depraved than a pony in the depths of a Friendship binge.

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  • 50 weeks
    Quick Update

    Being antisocial has its advantages during days like these.

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  • 56 weeks
    A word of advice.

    If you're annoyed that an author/artist/composer/etc. seems to have abandoned a story/comic/album that you enjoy, just send them a note asking if they're planning to return to it soon.

    Moaning comments and passive-aggressive tantrums are unkind and counter productive. :twilightsmile:


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  • 72 weeks
    Pathetic whining

    My employers have asked me, and everyone else in the marketing department, to work from home for the next three weeks.

    On one hand: YAY! No wasting two hours of my life every day commuting.

    On the other: Boo! This will make writing ponefic even more difficult.

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  • 98 weeks
    The mare who kicked my ass

    Oh, P.K...

    Why...?

    Why do you have such a bouncy trot?

    My poor ass bones! :raritydespair:

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  • 103 weeks
    Bronycon report

    I went to a convention for a show which is literally about the magic of friendship, and managed to avoid making any.

    :facehoof:


    GOOD

    • Driving through the forest-y hills of Pennsylvania.

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Aug
7th
2019

Bronycon report · 1:16am Aug 7th, 2019

I went to a convention for a show which is literally about the magic of friendship, and managed to avoid making any.

:facehoof:


GOOD

  • Driving through the forest-y hills of Pennsylvania.
  • Most of the panels that I got into were interesting, and sometimes entertaining. The writing panels were especially educational and fun -- it was great to see & hear some of the author's who's writing I love. :heart: The "industry" panels with folks like Andy Price, Cathy Weseluck, Bonnie Zacherle, etc. were quite interesting and made me rather nostalgic for when I worked in animation. (Then I remember what a soul-grinding, low-paying, usually-unemployed, nightmare it was.)
  • Buying three of Georg's books. I'd've spent a lot more at the Bronycon Bookstore, but half the books were sold out by Saturday, and I'm terrible at remembering author & story names.

BAD

  • Missing Thursday.
  • CROWDS! Holy balls, the crowds! When I wasn't waiting in line for a panel, or in a panel, I fled through the bread-oven weather, back to my hotel room -- an oasis of loneliness which, while kind of depressing, was the best option. I get the feeling the con was oversold and under-controlled.
  • That my 'patron' badge was pretty much useless for skipping lines to panels. There was no clear signage or directions on where to line up, and as a result I missed a few panels I really wanted to attend.
  • It was over far too quickly.
  • Having my car & cellphone searched at the border on my way home.
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