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7 years ago @ Equestria Daily - JanAnimations C&D and ... · 0 replies · +53 points

On the contrary, it's usually fruitful. It's just when it comes to their IP that they need to be aggressive, because one lapse in their judgment, whether to help someone out or let something slide, could cost them billions of dollars.

7 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Original My Little Pon... · 2 replies · +3 points

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn, to you too!

7 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Original My Little Pon... · 9 replies · +7 points

Grugh, it's a show from several decades ago that I've never seen! I'm going to viciously attack it and make noises that defy spelling! Gulrgh!

7 years ago @ Equestria Daily - MLP Comic Writer Ted A... · 5 replies · +24 points

To be fair, the Windigos were technically defeated through the power of hugs.
And the changelings were defeated through love, with special hugs later in the night. IFYAKNOWWHATIMEAN.

7 years ago @ Equestria Daily - MLP Comic Writer Ted A... · 9 replies · +28 points

Not to beat a dead horse, but let's take a journey back through the annals of MLP time, back to where we were birthed: /co/ and /b/. It was jolly good fun watching the show and discussing it with fa-friends. Friends. But sometimes, people would come into threads (which are kind of like the comment section below an article in the sense that they're based on one topic in particular) and start raising a ruckus. And by ruckus, I mean spamming the thread. There were probably pictures of dead babies, but that's not the point. The bronies of that year used the phrase "love and tolerate" to describe their actions: either you loved the show and talked about it with them, or you were passively-aggressively ignored until you either went away or were banned. This no longer holds true, because the definition of "love and tolerate" has changed dramatically since 2011.
Now the fandom is about horrible, horrible shitstorms. But they're fun shitstorms (sometimes).

8 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Spotlight Music: Bad W... · 0 replies · +3 points

Apologies for waiting so long to post this, had other business.

Quit using straw man arguments, it only serves to derail a conversation and is a logical fallacy for a reason. Also, when they hit on several points from your comment, the "you didn't read my post" excuse stops working. Also, you're not criticizing something if you can't back up your opinions with reasons. Thought out reasons, mind you.

You're not stating opinions anymore. I'm assuming you're ignorant of what you're doing here, so I'm going to link you to the wikipedia page for internet harassment so you have a base to work off of for research. My interpretation of the laws in place lead me to believe that your actions are causing emotional distress in what is supposed to be a "family friendly" environment, potentially corrupting some youth's views on what the first amendment on the bill of rights covers, which could lead to bullying under the pretense of "The first amendment lets me".

TL;DR: shut up, what you're doing could be considered illegal in the U.S., which this blog is based in (I'm assuming)

The link I promised:

We're done here. Have a nice day, from a concerned citizen.

8 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Spotlight Music: Bad W... · 1 reply · +1 points

Bluntness has it's place in every discussion, but subtlety is a far more powerful tool when applied properly.
...I forgot where I was going with that beyond the initial point.

8 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Spotlight Music: Bad W... · 8 replies · +4 points

And you should share your opinions. Repression leads to brooding and resentment. A major part of sharing your opinions, however, is being ready to have your opinion criticized. It's natural for people to jump on one another for disagreeing. It's all in how you go about it. There are better ways to share your thoughts than outright saying "I hate this because it's everywhere."

8 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Spotlight Music: Bad W... · 10 replies · +7 points

"You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink"

If you desire to create conflicts where there should be none, then that is your decision. However, being combative attracts more enemies than friends.

8 years ago @ Equestria Daily - Spotlight Music: Bad W... · 12 replies · +2 points

"An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind"

If one finds themselves trapped within an undesirable cycle, one must take it upon themselves to break the cycle. Every act of reprisal leads to another, be the better person and walk away.