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Oct
14th
2015

Minuette, ch. 6: trivia, translations, and stuff: · 7:44pm Oct 14th, 2015

Originally, those were supposed to be in the author's note at the end of the chapter, but since they got out of control, I decided to make it a separate blog of various trivia I learned while writing the last chapter (for such a wacky story, research takes a lot of time. Assuming that you can call googling various oddities "research"):

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Oct
25th
2016

Time till release! · 7:41pm Oct 25th, 2016

Upon the Meadows!

Time till release: 59 days

Dm for more information of the work.

Jun
27th
2015

BronyZonk · 7:01pm Jun 27th, 2015

Rules:

#1. Name a pony with ties to another pony

#2. if the pony you said has no relation to another pony you are "Zonked"

#3. if you say a pony's name twice in one "loop" a new one begins

#4. After three "loops" the game is over (subject to change)

#5. if a player ends a "loop" twice, they are "Zonked"

#6. When 2 players are left the game goes into "Sudden Zonk" (subject to change)

#7. if a player feels they have been wrongly "Zonked," they may "Object"

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Aug
30th
2018

General Anatomy Question · 8:31pm Aug 30th, 2018

Is it more proper to refer to the front limbs of a pony as forelegs or arms?
There are several excellent anatomy guides out there, I know... but, they part things out nicely, and I mean the whole limb itself.
Would an equestrian or Equestrian say “leg” or “arm?”

Sep
30th
2018

Change of time Panelicious! · 1:23pm Sep 30th, 2018

Dear everyone who follows me around on this crazy website,

UK PonyCon is just a few weeks away (TEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEE!), and the schedule has been posted online.

(http://www.ukponycon.co.uk/events-schedule?utm_source=UK+PonyCon+Ticket+Holders&utm_campaign=78ae2ed0b9-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_09_08_07_29&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_dae1e08541-78ae2ed0b9-249965581)

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Jul
27th
2015

Being a Better Writer: Ideas and Education · 7:16pm Jul 27th, 2015

Welcome back, everyone! I hope you had a productive weekend. I know I did. I did some more editing on Beyond the Borderlands (who's excited for chapter 18?) and, at long last, finished up reading Ancillary Justice and put together my thoughts on it on my other site. Whether you've heard of Ancillary Justice or not, you might find it worth a read.

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Apr
15th
2018

Taking it easy for a bit · 3:07am Apr 15th, 2018

I think I may have overused a muscle or I popped something in my neck wrong so I can't really use one of my arms at it's full 100 percent ability so since I'm kind of in a slight pain, I've been finally catching up on the seasons of MLP I missed.

Slight as in more of a dull annoying pain that has been actually getting better, and not the I'm in total abject pain please get me to a hospital kind of pain.

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May
6th
2019

Being a Better Writer: Knowledge and Inspiration · 7:36pm May 6th

Welcome back readers! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend!

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Jan
11th
2017

Creating A Friendly Environment For Cats · 11:18pm Jan 11th, 2017

Creating A Friendly Environment For Cats

Ever since adopting a little stray cat named Boots, I've been doing a lot of research about how to take care of both indoor and outdoor cats.

Here is some useful information I found that I thought I would pass along.

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Aug
24th
2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Princess of Bekhten · 6:27pm Aug 24th, 2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Princess of Bekhten

It was in the reign of King Rameses II, son of the Sun, beloved of Amon, king of the gods. A mighty warrior was Rameses II; in the day of battle like to Mentu, god of war; very valorous was he, like the son of the Sky-goddess.

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Dec
24th
2016

Notes On Nutrition · 10:27pm Dec 24th, 2016

Notes On Nutrition

These are some notes I have been taking on nutrition. I am not a doctor or healthcare practitioner, so always ask a doctor about what vitamins and foods should be taking/ eating. These are more or less just general notes about vitamins that are good to take daily to promote good health.


Vitamins that are good for healthy teeth and bones:

K2: https://chriskresser.com/vitamin-k2-the-missing-nutrient/
Vitamin D3
Calcium
Msm Organic Sulfur

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Mar
31st
2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Creation Story and the Story of Re · 6:37pm Mar 31st, 2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Creation Story and the Story of Re

From the beginning of time, before there was any land of Egypt, all was darkness and there was only the watery chaos, called Nun. The world was originally a dark, endless chaos of primitive waters. Nun was the primordial chaos and the void. Within the cosmic ocean was a swirling mass of energy which all of the primordial Gods came from.

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Apr
4th
2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Doomed Prince · 2:56pm Apr 4th, 2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Doomed Prince

Preface: This story is to be found in the Harris Papyrus in the British Museum. It was complete when first discovered, but an unfortunate accident partly destroyed it, so that the end of the tale is lost. It is supposed to belong to the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty.

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Apr
4th
2017

Videos On Writing Egyptian Hieroglyphs · 7:10pm Apr 4th, 2017

I found some really great videos on YouTube that show you how to write Egyptian Hieroglyphs. I just thought I would pass them along for anyone who is interested in learning how to write in the ancient Egyptian language.


Egyptian Hieroglyphs: The Basics #1 - Types of Sign


Egyptian Hieroglyphs: The Basics #2 - Transliteration


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Jul
20th
2016

For the fans of the Twilily Saga. · 5:47am Jul 20th, 2016

I thought I would post this for the fans of the Twilily Saga and sagas to come in this series.

Types Of magics and how they work.

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Aug
24th
2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Seven Years' Famine · 4:27pm Aug 24th, 2017

Note: The Legend of Khnemu and a Seven Years' Famine is cut in hieroglyphs on a large rounded block of granite, which stands on the south-east portion of Sehel, a little island in the First Cataract in Upper Egypt, two or three miles to the south of the modern town of Aswan, the ancient Syene. The rock that tells of the story of The Seven Years' Famine through the hieroglyphs inscribed on it is known as The Famine Stela.

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Dec
31st
2016

The Health Benefits of Ginger · 1:50am Dec 31st, 2016

Ginger Tea Recipe:

I made a whole pitcher of ginger tea and have been drinking a cup every morning and evening.

Making ginger tea is incredibly easy.

You get fresh ginger root and grate about a cup of it.

Fill up a glass pitcher with water and add the cup of grated ginger root.

Then microwave it for about 6 - 8 minutes or until the water is boiling.

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Jan
11th
2017

Notable Female Leaders: Margaret Thatcher, Jeannette Rankin, and Golda Meir · 3:24pm Jan 11th, 2017

Notable Female Leaders: Margaret Thatcher, Jeannette Rankin, and Golda Meir

There have been many influential and interesting female leaders throughout all eras of history. These leaders come from every country in the world and are certianly worth talking about. But we usually don't hear about these leaders in school textbooks as they are often left out of school history lessons.

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Apr
3rd
2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Story of Isis and Osiris · 9:17pm Apr 3rd, 2017

Egyptian Mythology: The Story of Isis and Osiris

In the days before Re had left the earth, before he had begun to grow old, his great wisdom told him that if the goddess Nut bore children, one of them would end his reign among men. So Re laid a curse upon Nut - that she should not be able to bear any child upon any day in the year.

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Feb
7th
2017

A Fun List Of Corrupt American Politicians · 8:28pm Feb 7th, 2017

A Fun List Of Corrupt American Politicians

Pretty much everyone in Washington and your local governments are corrupt piranhas. But here are some extra shady ones that deserve to be fed to a dragon! Or a volcano. Whichever comes first.


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