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Admiral Biscuit

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I'm just a humble squirrel, toiling through a boring life, and writing about magical pastel ponies.
The hard life pegasus among stupid bipedal cornstalk.
Ponies are for hugging, not yelling.

I'm a little older than most bronies, but perhaps no wiser.
I'm detail obsessed. If I was one of the mane 6, I'd be Twilight.*
I work a blue-collar job during the day (with a blue shirt, even), and on the weekends I work at group homes.
When I'm not writing, I'm acting or practicing swordplay.
I'm terrible at bios.

I strive to maintain an open dialogue on all my stories and on my userpage; however, Comments that use inappropriate language or are inflammatory may be deleted at my discretion. Keep it civil, folks.

*even the pony personality test agrees!
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More liek AdmiralTurnip.

It's short things that I have a problem with, really.

Yeah, that makes sense. Considering Silver Glow's Journal, I know you have it in you. :raritywink:


Finally got around to readingThe Fixer. It had some issues, namely the too-fast pacing and lack of character descriptions, but I quite enjoyed the read overall.


Pacing was a bit of an issue, due to the word count limit. I'm thinking of going back and filling all that in, turning it into a proper story.


How's the weather over there? Yesterday, things were almost entirely melted and I got my lawnmower back after a spring tuneup. Now, snow is up to my upper-shins, my door is partly blocked and there's been sporadic thunder throughout the day.

It's shite. Complete and utter shite.

It was like 70 on Thursday; this morning was freezing rain and a little bit of snow. Typical March weather, not so much for April. Although we didn't get it shin-deep in my part of the state, but apparently further north it was supposed to be a foot or so.

And actually, this is the second time this spring that things almost totally melted, only to have to start over. Looking at the bright side, maybe this means moderate insect populations over the summer.

Yeah, that's what we've been having, too. Although for us the meltoffs started in February, and have just been continuing in this manner for the last few months.

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Science! · 2:56pm Aug 4th, 2013

So, in the interest of determining how much ponies actually weigh, I decided to conduct an experiment.

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