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My Little Dashie - The Movie
01/07/14, 11:16

That's because it's not a film, it's a dramatic reading.
My Little Dashie - The Movie
01/07/14, 10:53

Can't it be both, OZ?


Caminante - the anti-miscegenation thing, right? I guess I can see how that could be construed as racist, but I think you're taking the movie too literally. Cool World was about the triumph of love DESPITE the roadblocks erected by both society and reality. I don't think Cool World was any more toonphobic than, say, Brokeback Mountain was homophobic for making the two cowboys feel guilty and then killing one of them.

At any rate, that particular discussion is irrelevant as far as MLD is concerned, because MLD is an aggressively PG-rated sadfic. Thirty pages long, and there isn't even a HINT of clop in the whole damn thing.
My Little Dashie - The Movie
01/07/14, 10:40

Don't you mean pony Eric Satie?
My Little Dashie - The Movie
01/07/14, 09:27

I thought that part was kind of racist, to be honest. What's wrong with being a cartoon? If it were me, I'd have raised Dashie to value her heritage. Maybe we could have watched Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Cool World, then discussed the issues raised by those films for Toon-Americans.

But that would have been it as far as watching stuff together went. After those two movies, the TV would have been off and we'd have gone outside to do PT.
My Little Dashie - The Movie
01/07/14, 08:41

Yay, thanks everypony! I didn't think this was going to make it through the hopper! I'm so happy it did, because now I can say, I fucking HATE this story.

I've discussed MLD at great length on previous videos already, so I won't post a full critique right now. The short version is: it's awful, maudlin crap, that's obviously written by a man whose life experience is limited to his couch and the internet.

It purports to be a touching story about family and the pain of loving something that you will lose in the end. A lot of idiot bronies are happy to go along with this interpretation; you see 'em all the time, blubbing about how moving My Little Dashie is.

But it's actually a horror story about child abuse and how a lazy, worthless manchild-dad can ruin his daughter's life, and turn a young girl with limitless potential into a lazy, worthless manchild just like her pops. "Nature cannot overcome nurture", that's the real tragedy of this sadfic.
Online sex toy superstore puts the first blow-up doll in space
01/07/14, 06:25

Yes, memedumpster, that kind of space. The stratosphere is technically considered space; it may not be as "sexy" as some spaces but space it is nonetheless.

A box of paper airplanes might be neat, but it'd be sort of hard to film them all, as they'd have to separate during re-entry and they'd quickly disperse, leaving the frame and vanishing off-camera. It might make for a neat viral game, "Find the Black Paper Airplanes", but I'm thinking more along the lines of a single object that can make for a cool video. Maybe I'll include a box of airplanes in addition to the main payload, as a bonus? Assuming the weight doesn't get problematic.
Frank the Hippie Pope
01/06/14, 17:24

People have been making Catholic jokes for the last 1,500 years.
Our Enemy The Japanese
01/06/14, 16:18

Actually, scratch that; I'm pretty sure The Stare was Hollywood, and Twilight Sparkle was the Euro-American propaganda machine.
Our Enemy The Japanese
01/06/14, 16:05

(we may not have The Stare, but we did have The Bomb. Suck it, Japs!)
Our Enemy The Japanese
01/06/14, 16:03

[Applejack]
Those vampire Japs will give you a fright,
Eating apples both day and night,
They rest for a minute, maybe three,
Then, they're killing every country 'cross the deep blue sea.
They don't care about nada, not zilch, no, nothin',
Cept' bringin' about the free world's destruction!

[Fluttershy]
Now, wait just a minute, there's another side to this,
And if I did not defend them, then I would be remiss.
These Japs are mamas and papas too,
They care for their young just like we Americans do.

[Applejack]
Oh, gimme a break, you're being too kind,
these creatures have a one-track mind!
The Pacific is not their restaurant,
but do they ever think what others may want?
NO, they DON'T, and that is just a fact!
These Japs, they simply don't know how to act!

[Fluttershy]
That's where I have to disagree, they're loyal to their family,
Spreading seeds both far and wide,

[Applejack]
You see one comin', you better run and hide!
They're big, and ugly, and mean as sin,
Will you look at the state Pearl Harbor's in?!

[Fluttershy]
They help your trees, they'll grow stronger faster...

[Applejack]
They turned my life to a total disaster!

[Rarity]
Well, I for one don't have a doubt,
these vermin must be stamped right out,

[Rainbow Dash]
I second that, they've got to go,
these Japs, they've got to hit the road,

[Applejack]
It comes down, to just one simple fact,
They've crossed the line, it's time to fight them back!

[Rarity, Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Applejack and Pinkie Pie]
Stop the Japs, Stop the Japs,
Make them go and not come back,
Stop the Japs, Stop the Japs,
Make them go and not come back,
Stop the Japs, Stop the Japs,
Make them go and not come back,

[Applejack]
It comes down, to just one simple fact,
They've crossed the line, it's time that we attack!
Online sex toy superstore puts the first blow-up doll in space
01/06/14, 15:40

Oh my God, I want to try this! Launching the First of Something into Space, I mean, not the sex toy.

How much would it cost to set up something like this? And what would people want to see launched into space?
30c3: Through a PRISM, Darkly - Everything we know about NSA spying
01/06/14, 10:43

I love all the weaselly semantic logic being used to skirt civil liberty laws. And of course Apple scores dead last for implementing encryption and privacy technologies.

But I notice no one's talking about the issue... how Mr Opsahl's main motivation for being mean to the NSA is sweet, sweet nerd pussy.
The Fires of a Brony's Ambition
01/06/14, 09:09

Could be homophobia? Don't worry, though, the show isn't particularly gay. It bucks gender norms, sure, but it pretty much just sticks to girls and how girls deal with issues relating to masculinity/femininity; there are no major characters that directly threaten male sexuality or gender identity. It is also not very preachy, in that neither the lesbian ponies nor the cis ponies seem to notice the difference in the other. Rarity, a total girly-girl, is friends with Applejack, a bull dyke, and neither considers the other's gender role to be aberrant; while they do not fully accept the other's lifestyle, they tolerate each other and don't let their differences prevent from being friends. So I wouldn't worry about it turning you gay, or anyone thinking you're gay for giving it a chance.

Also, why do you say it's "poorly animated"? I'm curious, because I've herd this accusation before, yet nobody's ever been able to provide an actual critique beyond "it's animated in Flash, and I think Flash sucks". In terms of animation, MLP is probably the best show on television right now. The character models are fairly simple, but they are extraordinarily expressive, with countless unique facial expressions and body language that's reminiscent of classic silent cinema. I call it the "Calvin & Hobbes approach", where the simplicity of design belies a sea of emotive nuances.

I'd also like to add that, having now seen a number of Adventure Time episodes, I'd have to say that MLP is actually the less childish of the two, as it does not have to rely on sophomoric humor or geeky in-jokes that appeal to college-aged dweebs. Not that I look down on anyone for watching Adventure Time! It is a really good show, and I can definitely see the appeal! But come on; if you're age-dysphoric enough to watch Adventure Time, you're age-dysphoric enough to watch ponies.
The Fires of a Brony's Ambition
01/06/14, 07:53

That sounds awesome! What video was that?

At any rate, we both know that there are no absolutes in sociology. For every general trend that can be applied to groups, you are going to find individual exceptions to the rule; in the case of Brony-Cast relations, these exceptions are statistically insignificant. Besides, we know for a fact that the cast has a positive outlook on Bronies, because their positive outlooks been self-reported by the cast themselves. If *they* say they're happy with Bronies, then I don't see us having any grounds to dispute this.

And My Little Pony is "meant" for adults just as much as children. Now this should be obvious to anyone who's sat down and watched a few episodes, but here again, we don't have to debate this point because it's already been corroborated by firsthand testimonial from the crew. In fact, revamping the sagging franchise by gearing it towards all audiences was the core selling point of Lauren Faust's original pitch to Hasbro! The old, lame My Little Ponies of G1-G3 were undoubtedly kid's shows, and could only be enjoyed by little girls, or people who wished they were little girls. But FiM is for kids in the same sense that Adventure Time, Star Wars, or even (it could be argued) Star Trek are for kids. There isn't much sex in MLP, that's true, and the cast and crew seem to really like each other, which obviously stands in stark contrast to Star Trek, but I think you'll find that these two factors help explain why Bronies are, for the most part, less creepy than Trekkies.
The Fires of a Brony's Ambition
01/06/14, 05:12

I'd draw some comparisons to Star Trek here, but that wouldn't be fair. The cast and crew of Star Trek are generally pretty negative about their experiences with the Trekkie fandom; the cast and crew of MLP, on the other hand, have had an extremely positive relationship with the Bronies. It's a demonstrable fact that Lauren Faust, Tara Strong, et al approach their fandom with all of the gusto yet none of the cynicism of, say, George Takei.

I don't like Bronies anymore than you do, but in their case, falling back on the normal dork fandom narrative-critique is wrong, as anyone who's studied the matter objectively can plainly see. I will agree with memedumpster's second post, however: it is true that many of them fail to learn the lessons of the show. Bronydom attracts a lot of nerds, and nerds have a marked tendency towards anger and pettiness. These sorts of people have a hard time learning to love and tolerate, even if they pay lip service to the show's ideals. Think of Bronydom like Christianity. The core message (love thy neigh-bor) may be simple and good, but people are people, and not everyone can stick to it.
The Fires of a Brony's Ambition
01/05/14, 18:48

Oh yeah, I just found his ED page. I don't spend much time on Equestria Daily, or any other fansite for that matter, but I can see how he'd be a divisive figure.

Does EqD have any connection to Equestria After Dark? I thought they were run by the same people, but I also seem to recall hearing (from some creepy ranters, if memory serves) that the owner of EqD was anti-clop.
There's a correlation between Asperger's and Ragtime piano, I swear.
01/05/14, 16:31

This kid is also better than me, but I bet I could beat him up, so nuts to him anyway.
The Fires of a Brony's Ambition
01/05/14, 15:11

Who is Sethisto, and what did he say about Applejack?
(Doujin Game)同人ソフトアクション[Ring a
01/04/14, 22:26

You should at least include a "Fatal Fury" tag for accuracy's sake.
The Best Way To BURN A Catholic Bible PerVersion!
01/04/14, 13:28

But sorceries are sorceries. "Curious arts" could include sorceries, science, modern technology, and interpretive dance. Clearly, the NIV is trying to give a free pass to a whole range of sins, like painting in a modernist style or owning a smartphone.

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