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CrackedInkWell


"Inspiration does not come to the lazy. It only comes to those who call it." - P. I. Tchaikovsky

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Welcome to My Page

Dear Reader,

Chances are, your curiosity has driven you here to find out who faved your story or put it into one of my several libraries. Or maybe you wanted to know what kind of Brony wrote the story(ies) you've read. You wanted to know who I am I suppose. Well, you can call me CrackedInkWell. I'm a freelance FIMFiction writer who writes down whatever I want because I wanted to. I'm from Idaho, and became a fan by accident (by that I mean a creepypasta reading of Cupcakes.)

For security and privacy reasons, I won't directly tell you where exactly I am, nor my real name. However, I will tell you that I'm a guy, in his early twenties, a closeted gay guy, has an obsession with "classical" music (particularly Beethoven), and I'm the founder of "Bronies for Classical Music," "The Free LGBT Story Society," and the newly formed "The Storybook Graveyard."

One last thing, I'll have you know that some of my stories are either currently unedited or still don't have any cover art. If you wish to volunteer and you know that you can be committed in finishing it, please PM me for further discussion.

Signed, your fellow writer and closeted Brony,

- CrackedInkWell.

Jan
30th
2020

Ask CrackedInkWell on Discordapp.com · 2:32am January 30th

Dear Bronies and Pegasisters,

Since I have grown more comfortable with technology and that I have a Discord account for the sake of communication, I figured that every so often readers would ask questions about me or the stories, maybe I should create a platform for you, readers. This way, you can ask me (within reason) about me or the stories that I'm working on. Simply called "Ask CrackedInkWell" (https://discord.gg/ZxYXCH).

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Don't know. But I put them in there so at least it gives the readers an idea what to expect.

i notice a lot of your recent stories (latest 9, at least) all have a warning as the first thing you see in their long description.

so I have to ask - does that help?

To the author - I saw this image and it instantly reminded me of you...Don't worry it's nothing dirty!
https://www.deviantart.com/ashpwright/art/It-s-Musical-817330611
p.s: btw i'm doing pretty well at the moment:)

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Noice, I reccoemnd that you look at other possible alternatives to that theory of liniar looping-causality time-travel, and how it breaks determinsim, but doesnt grant most peoples sense of free-will.
specifically this chunk at the bottom

For truly indeterministic interpretations (such as Copenhagen), if “ontic probability” is inherent in the collapse of the wave function, then no person can be said to have any control over the results. It must follow the probabilistic rules of the wave itself.

If there really was such a thing as ontic probability, and if any one decision relied on any number of these events, I think they would be quite annoying. Rather than a conscious causal process leading to your decisions, you would have events that could happen in many different ways that would change your output based on “probabilistic luck”. It would be like each decision you make was based on the results of a Casino slot machine. And when and if you pull a specific lever would depend on the results of another slot machine, so on down the line.

This is not “free will” in any sense – even compatibilist notions would have a problem with it

PS. noice! is it going to be more about the dialectic and truth? of consciousness and phenomenology?

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