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Feb
16th
2013

How Season Three REALLY Ended · 10:35pm Feb 16th, 2013

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Feb
14th
2013

Charity - MDA Muscle Walk · 7:31pm Feb 14th, 2013

Many of you might not know this, but I suffer from Spinal Muscular Atrophy. It is a neurological disorder that prevents muscle development, and as a result, I am unable to walk. I often work with the Muscular Dystrophy Association doing charity events, which raise money for research, equipment, activities, and anything else that those suffering from the numerous forms of Muscular Dystrophy might need.

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Feb
9th
2013

On Fighting. · 11:43pm Feb 9th, 2013

So, the big news is that Hasbro has sent a Cease & Desist to Mane Six, effectively stopping development and production of the indie game “My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic.”

Now, one could easily think that Big Bad Hasbro is squashing the creativity of the little guy just because they won't get money from it, but you're probably wrong. Maybe Hasbro isn't comfortable with having characters from a girl's show that promotes Friendship beating the crap out of each other. Just a thought.

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Dec
31st
2012

How Not to Be a Writer · 3:17am Dec 31st, 2012

Many of you might be wondering when the Heck I'm gonna get off my lazy butt and continue my surprise hit "Scootaloo Goes to Heck".

Well, the answer is... eventually.

The hard part about writing something is that it's all about attitude. If you're in a good mood, the writing comes easy. The situations, the dialogue, the whole thing just flows from brain to keyboard instantly, and you're good to go.

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Aug
5th
2012

"Ruby Sparks": A Film Review · 3:43am Aug 5th, 2012

I figure I'll use this blog space for movie reviews.

A long, long time ago, way back in 2006, the husband-and-wife duo of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris directed their first feature film, Little Miss Sunshine. It became that extremely rare crossover indie hit, winning two Academy Awards, being nominated for two more, and earning over $100 Million worldwide at the box office. It is one of my five favorite films of all time.

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