Seriously guys, don't ask why. Sometimes when i am bored out of my mind and have weird thoughts in my mind, i play retro video games.
This is the end result. It's been awhile since i played this game, BTW.
Genesis In the early to mid 70's where mostly known as for there oddball pop and Progressive rock, with their frontman Peter Gabriel. After he left and drummer Phil Collins became the frontman, they slowly drifted off from that route and became more commercial with their more poprock oriented music. But that didn't mean that their songs where bad. I would even say that some of there songs where better then some of the stuff Gabriel made with them.
So, to celebrate the band, i wanna countdown the top 15 songs of the Collins era of Genesis.
15. Invisible Touch
While a very popular song in radio, it just barely makes the list for me, because it reminds me more of a song from Collins solo career. It's still a good song though, since behind the very uplifting sounds, it a very dark story.
It speaks about the consequences of Drug abuse.
-Her "touch" is invisible. You can't see drug addiction. -She will "tear you apart" and "mess up your life". Drug addiction can screw your life up bad. -She "crawls under your skin." Once you internalize her as a part of your life, you're changed forever, as any drug will do to you.
I know that there are people out there who don't like this song, but please, try to see the bigger picture here.
You know, i think that Genesis can be considered as one of the most whitest Rock Bands in history, so you wouldn't expect them to make a soul number. Surprisingly, it actually works pretty well.
This is a song that pretty much alot of us guys appreciate, that had a date. But the date really didn't show up.
-The first verse is initial feeling: 'Maybe she's just running late' -Then "But you could've called to let me know I checked your number twice, don't understand it So I went home" Is the point where he realizes that the girl isnt going to show up.
Thank god the internet exists today, so this stuff dosen't happen alot these days.
13. Jesus he knows me
This is a song that came out at a time, where televangilists where pretty much seen on every TV screen around the US every Sunday. They made you promises, that you would go to heaven, IF you give them this and that amount of money.
"Do as I say, don't do as I do." That line pretty much sums up preachers in general if you ask me, whether they're televangelists or your everyday pastor, seeing as how asking people for money is generally looked down upon if you're not a "spiritual leader".
It's okay if you preach to god, but you really should preach in a church where you aren't asked for money all time. The Pastor might not be who he thinks he is.
12. Follow you follow me
This was pretty much the song, that changed the general tone of Genesis. Here the band showed a more pop oriented style, while singing about sweet love.
This song is somewhat open-ended. It can mean a couple different things...the first and most obvious is a relationship, and finding security in that person you're with.
I would never recommend playing Genesis at your wedding party. But with this song, i would make an exception.
11. That's all
A very heartbreaking song for me. It's really well thoughtout and the beats are very good and it's another one of those songs, that can hit very close to home.
living with someone can be quite cumbersome if you're not wholly right for each other. even if there's passion or fire there, that doesn't make it right, this song is about just dealing with that part of life that most people have to, where you know it might not be the best move, but you stick with it and just complain under your breath, "it's always the same, it's just a shame, that's all."
That's what i like about this song. Just because you don't want to be alone, dosen't mean you should hold on to your relationship, if the love isn't real.
The title track to the same named Album, pretty much epitomizes the new sound of Genesis in the 80s. Tony Banks Keyboards are more punchier and Collins Drums pretty much explode out of the speakers.
A_B_A_C_A_B was a method used to remember the original sequence of the song when it was in it's embryonal state. "A" was the verse, "B" was the chorus, and "C" was the bridge. So the original version went verse, chorus, verse, bridge, verse, chorus. However that sequence was later changed, but the name stuck.
Its a song about a bloke taking advantage of other people women (obviously) but I think perhaps its sung from the position of either someone looking on or perhaps more indirectly, his conscience.
Also, if you're still in school and have no answer to all the multiple choice questions, just use ABACAB.
9. Trick of the Tail
When Collins took over in 76, the band was still stuck in their Prog Rock roots. Trick of the Tail, as well as all the other songs on this Album, sound something that could come from the Gabriel era, but Collins gives those songs a very nice flavor, as heard in this song.
This is a story about a creature who leaves home in search of something new, but ends up getting captured by humans. He's put on display as a 'freak' but eventually ends up escaping. He then goes back home, promising the humans to show them his home: the city of gold. Howver he manages to escape them and return home without his city being discovered.
I am a huge sucker for fantasy, which alot of 70s Genesis was, so this song is right up my alley.
8. Man on the Corner
This for me, is Genesis most underrated song. It also kind of reminds me of Phil Collins song "Another day in paradise" just a bit more sincere for me.
the song let us believe this is mainly about a homeless/crazy man, someone that presence isn't noticed, other that a man as we people from the city cross by many. The message is simple, but very strong.
this is as sad as Genesis can get, speaking about the concerns, not preaching but socially right, communication or the lack of it. I'm touched and get very emotional everytime i hear those perfect words.
This for me is another lost classic from Genesis, on of their best albums. It always makes me feel dizzy, but in a stimulated kind of way, if you know what i'm trying to say here.
The lyrics are mostly based by a story from Steve Hackett, the former Guitarist of Genesis, who was in hypnotherapy for awhile.
This song is a personal story by Steve Hackett, the former guitarist of Genesis, who was in hypnotherapy for a little while. Hacket depicts a tongue-in-cheek vision of a sickly patient under hypnosis floating through his subconsious in a "Freudian slumber."
It's really one of Genesis most relaxing and literally mesmerizing songs and the subject is right up my alley.
6. Land of Confusion
This is the song that many consider to be the flagship song of Genesis. Everybody knows this song, or atleast they know some of the covers, especially the one made by the metal band Disturbed. Many got into Genesis because of it.
I think Patrick Bateman from the Movie/Book American Psycho explains the lyrics the best: "Take the lyrics to "Land of confusion". In this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority." And it's exactly that. Absolute power, corrupts absolutely. The lyrics are still relevant today. There are still alot Lands of confusion out there in this world.
Try to survive in this confusing world for me, even if it makes you crazy.
Many die-hard Genesis from the Gabriel years, saw Invisible touch as the final straw, thinking that Genesis totally sold out to Poprock. I guess these people never listened to the masterpiece Domino, proving that Genesis still had some Progrock in them.
The theme of the song is split in two parts. The first part, is a guy trying to get used to sleeping alone after having shared his bed with a woman for a while. It's like he blames her for whatever reason they're not together, and he's filled with regret at it.
The second part he's having some sort of nightmare. I'm not sure if there's a meaning or just drawing a picture. After the nightmare, he wakes up to an ugly world. There's still regret at her absence.
But i like this song mostly for the great instrumentals.
4. Mad Men Moon
I always get shivers down my spine, when i hear this song. This song is literally the stuff that beautiful dreams are made off, because it just sounds so beautiful and full of imagination.
This story is about a man that lives in the desert, all alone and without anybody. He wishes he could be with somebody, like a friend or somebody that he loves. He always flees into his dreams, because they sooth him, because there he can fly, or can ride on a horse, but in reality the horse is just made of sand.
Again, this song is full of fantasy and i just love fantasy, even if it is a bit sad. Sadly, my horses are also not real.
I can't imagine a better opener for Genesis 1983 album of the same name. It's one of those rare rock songs, that put you on the edge of your seat till it's climax. because it's just so cinematic.
Many people think that this song is about abortion, but that's really not the case here. It's actually about a teenager and his mother fixation to a prostitue that he just happend to have met in passing and he has such a strong feeling for her and doesn't understand why she isn't interested in him. That's atleast what Phil Collins once said in an interview.
It really has quite creepy and sinister undertones to it, but that's why this song is such a masterpiece.
2. Home by the Sea/Second home by the Sea
Another ingenius example that Genesis still had some progrock left in them and what an effort it is. I put these songs together, because one isn't without the other.
This is a song about a burglar who climbs into a house, which is obviously by the sea, he just dosen't know that the house is haunted. As soon as he enters the house he hears "Welcome to the Home by the Sea" from out of the darkness. In the stanza after he says "then as one they signed and the moaned" he says "Before the time when we first heard 'welcome to the Home by the Sea'". So the man breaking into the house was not the first to do so. He is the newest victim and will become like the others. Now there is one more ghost in the house waiting for another victim so he can relive his life to someone who is 'living'.
I don't know what the second part means, but i really couldn't care less, because this is one of Genesis most amazing instrumental they ever did.
So remember kids, think twice if you want to break into an abandoned house.
Oh boy, this song for me is total perfection. The instrumentals are perfect, the lyrics are perfect and the general feel is perfect. I could listen to this song 100 times and never get old by it.
This song is literally derived from a poem by John Crowe Ransom called Bluegirls, which i actually read in my last school years.
In this poem, Ransom offers the girls three main lessons, which, although they seem contradictory, are really closely related:
(1) Beauty does fade. (2) Use your beauty as much as you can before it fades. (3) Have something in your life besides beauty, so that when it fades, you are not left with nothing.
He describes beauty as delicate and rare, unable to be established. He focuses on the lightheartedness of young girls, how they are caught up in beauty, and he warns them to be conscientious of the fact that their beauty will fade and that they cannot put all their hope on their beauty. At the same time, he encourages them to "practice" their beauty until it is gone, and he promises to celebrate that beauty as best he can, with all its value and frailty.
Basically, Ripples teaches us that everything in life will fade away one day, because "Ripples never come back." A lesson everyone should take to heart.
So there you have it. If you don't like my list, you can either make your own list, or complain about it below in the comments. If you did like it, we both win and you can send some praises in the comments.
Thanks for reading
Oh boy, what did my nostalgic brain bring forth here?
The 90s where full of these "save the enviroment" cartoons and while i have nothing against people who care about trees and such, i really ask myself why we needed so many of them?
Many people like to point at Captain Planet and the Planeteers as the main example for those cartoons, but strangely enough, i remember Widget the World Watcher the most and i have no idea why.
For some reason, i watched this show daily when i was a kid and today it really sucks. I find most of the characters annoying, even Megabrain, who was voiced by the legendary Jim Cummings. I hate it that the enviromental messages are beaten over your head at almost every single episode and i think that Widget is an idiot.
This is very basic criticism i know. But i am not the kind of guy who makes big reviews. But trust me, don't watch it.
So yeah, this is my wasted childhood you're looking at.
Thought it would be fitting to end my little mini series of my home, with footage of the present times. As of now, Bremen is a german independent state, for 900 years now. The Roland Statue and the Bremer Rathaus are now part of the UNESCO World heritage site and it almost feels like it's stuck in time.
I really love this city. We have our good and bad times, but i wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.
Here we have Bremen in the Year 1949, a city that is pretty much in ruins.
Alot of people still fought for survival, thousands of soldiers from the Wehrmacht where war prisoners, families where ripped apart, unknown destinies and sadness where part of the everyday routine.
This video what shot by a member of the US Army, who walked through Germany from 1948, till 1954. The City was already in process of being rebuild again, but the scars where still deep.
Seeing this vid makes me want to cry.
Here we have a small 2 minute movie about my hometown Bremen, during the year 1937.
At first we see the Bremer Marktplatz with it's weekly Grünmarkt, which is still held today. We see the old Renaissance Rathaus, which is the seat of our local goverment. The camera shows the entrance to the böttcherstraße, over the markt, toward to unser lieb frauenkirche. We also see the back then new Karstadt Mall, to the left of the Obernstraße.
Some visitors come out of the Ratskeller, visit the Parkhotel with the Hollersee and then go to the Weser Island Teerhof. From the Teerhof island, we see the houses on der Schlachte and the historical Bremen Port. Almost all of the Port was destroyed during the War.
The visitor makes a little boat tour through the port. He goes past the Atlas-Werft, goes past the europahafen and then goes to the überseehafen. There are also some things that aren't chronlogically ordered.
Alot of these things still stand in my city, only the port is now off, which was a big catastrophe for Bremen.
Most of you who are around my age, probably know this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCQ0vDAbF7s Shiny happy People by the Alternative rock band REM, which is regarded as one of the worst songs by the group. It's been called incredibly wussy and just not a good song. In 2006, it was Number one of AOL's Music's list of „111 Wussiest songs of all time.“ Even Michael Stipe, the frontman of REM said that he hated this song. But is this really all that's behind this song? Is it really just a hiccup in the great library of songs that REM has, or is there a certain undiscovered genius in this song? If we look deeper into the lyrics, you will find out that behind that very cheerful facade of this song, there is a very dark tone to all of it. REM is mostly criticized that there songs are to dark and depressing, so why is this song so cheerful? The answer is, it isn't. Infact, REM is mocking this song.
In June of 1989, a large group of chinese students demonstrated for a more democratic china in beijing, which received a very large support by the city residents. The protests where striked down with force by hardline leaders, who gave the military the order to enforce martial law. The military shot hundreds of innocent and unarmed protesters. This day went down as the June 4 Massacre. The Chinese government condemned the protests as a "counter-revolutinary riot", and has prohibited all forms of discussion or remembrance of the events since. Now why do i tell you all this? What does it have to do with the song? Alot actually.
In the same year, a piece of propaganda with a picture of smiling people in the pic called „The shiny happy people holding hands“ was appartently hung around all over china, just to make sure that everyone was acting happy. (That reminds me) www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioDuLqK_LuY What where REM doing here? Well, apparently the song was a sarcastic response to the critics, who always complained that REM's music is always depressing. so they took this piece of Propaganda and mocked their own song and what it respresented. Sadly, alot of people don't catch on to it and celebrate it for it's mocking. Now, do i think this is a good song? I am not sure. It's really cliche as hell, but at the same time, that's what it's accomplishing to do. REM is a great band, who made classics like Losing my religion, man on the moon and Stand, so you can't say that they're a bad band. I think the song itself is not good, but for what it stands for, it's genius.
Most people see Danny as a comedy musician from Ninja Sex Party or the guy besides Arin Hanson (Egoraptor) from Gamegrumps. This Interview with his Grandma though, shows a more human site of Danny, which just makes me appreciate him even more. His Grandma has alot of great stuff to say.
Here is the full interview:
Also, checkout his band Ninja Sex Party, or his let's plays with Egoraptor on Gamegrumps.
EDIT: Wow, Mandopony commented on this vid.
1. I blame Simon for the fact, that Sepp Blatter is still FIFA president
2. I blame Simon for System of a Down breaking up
3. I blame Simon for Michael Bay and that he still can direct movies
4. I blame Simon for John Cena being at the top for the last 10 Years
5. I blame Simon for Spike at your service, which is the worst episode in MLP history
6. I blame Simon for the bad mainstream music that we have these days
7. I blame Simon for me not being able to be with my LZRD WZRD
8. I blame Simon for all the drama that is going on in the fandom
9. I blame Simon for the gaming industry going downhill
10. I blame Simon for being Simon
He's really the worst
It's basically just me and LZRD WZRD, talking mostly about MLP and a bit of other stuff. We pretty celebrate ourselves during the whole thing. But it's still pretty interesting.
There are some people on this forum that might already know about this, but for the ones who don't, i tell it here.
I am Bisexual. I realized it since a few weeks, after i found out that i have a certain attractiveness towards man, which is something i kind of knew since 2013, but i only just recently accepted now. But i am not homosexual, since i am still attracted to Woman.
Which now brings me to my good friend LZRD WZRD.
LZRD and i know each other for over 2 months now. I met him after seeing one of his S5 Trailer Reviews and thinking that he was a very cool dude. I was PMing him a few times here on the Forums, saying how much i like his stuff, which he of course appreciated. The talks went a bit further, with me asking about him about other pony stuff, about movies we like, about music we like, etc. We then exchanged each others Skype and that's where i considered him a very good friend.
So we pretty much chatted with each other, almost everyday. We laughed with each other, debated with each other and did all the other stuff that friends do and i felt very close to him. That's where i thought "is there something more?" And just a few days later i thought "Oh god, i am in love with LZRD WZRD." I was very nervous, because i didn't know what to say to him. He also opened to me that he is Bisexual, but i didn't knew how he would react and i thought he would reject me.
One day, i took up the courage and opened my heart to LZRD WZRD. I told to him that we pretty much share each others secret and that we know how we care for each other, etc. Wouldn't you know it, he actually felt the same.
So yeah, LZRD WZRD and i are in love. I feel a very special connection to him, something i never felt before and we show our appreciation for each other very often.
I wanted to share this with the forum, because i also want to encourage other people who might also feel a bit hesitant to this situation. Trust me, it isn't so bad. Show your love to the ones you want to share it with.
I love my Lizard <3
I guess we all remember what Twilight Sparkle once said, "All the ponies in this town are CRAZY!" I can see why she might think that. Is she actually right though? Yes, most of the ponies she met are kind of strange, but is there something more to that? Yes, My Little Pony is a children's TV show, but i like to believe that alot of the character, show symptoms of serious mental disorder. It is actually very obvious if you look at it in a certain way. Are the ponies indeed have some form mental illnesses? Let's find out
Ironically, the pony we know most about her psych is the same pony that declares the others crazy -- Twilight Sparkle. Her character throughout the first season and into the second was one that was relatively reclusive, untrusting, and bookish. She felt a huge obligation towards getting things done right, and getting them done on time. These are all symptoms of Avoidant Personality Disorder, a mental imbalance characterized by actively avoiding social contact, out of fear of being ridiculed. People (or in this case, ponies) with AvPD aren't afraid of social interaction, per say; they simply believe they're any good at it, and would just make things bad on themselves and others. They do however generally strive for a social life, which it is shown that Twilight did in fact wish for at the end of the season 1 opener. Victims of AvPD use fantasy or unorthodox habits as a form of escapism, which Twilight exhibits frequently with her profound love for reading and her not-so-slight OCD. Though they are withdrawn, they read a lot into body language and intonation, more often than not coming to a pessimistic conclusion. At first glance, you wouldn't believe Twilight to exhibit this, but she shows it blatantly in Lesson Zero, where she fears that Princess Celestia -- arguably the only pony Twilight trusts completely aside from her brother -- would send her back to Magic Kindergarten. Therefore, it can be concluded that Twilight had been slightly traumatized during her years in Kindergarten, likely the result of bullying and ridicule.
Fluttershy as well shows a fear of social interaction; hers, however, manifests in a rather severe case of what is called Social Anxiety Disorder, or social phobia. Many people assume AvPD and SAD to be one in the same; however there are many specific differences between the two, the main one being that social phobia is an actual fear of social interaction, whereas AvPD is simply an avoidance. The main symptoms of social phobia is a pervasive and consistent fear of talking to, being talked to, or otherwise interacting with a person or persons. There is also a withdrawal from society, sometimes even to the point of hermitry. All of these, Fluttershy has exhibited on more than one occasion (though significantly less in season three). There are also several physical symptoms associated with social phobia, such as blushing, nausea, and stammering -- all of which Fluttershy has at one point or another shown, stammering being extremely prevalent. Panic attacks may also be present; and indeed, Fluttershy has a panic attack when Rainbow Dash pushes her to show how fast she can fly in front of hundreds of other pegasi. It is shown in her cutie mark flashback that she had been bullied throughout her school life, which is one of the more common causes of social phobia. Rainbow Dash's pushy nature might also be a contributing factor, but her loyalty and companionship is one that Fluttershy considers indisposable. In this, she seems to exhibit several symptoms of Dependent Personality Disorder as well. This is reinforced by the fact that comorbidity between Social Anxiety and DPD is relatively common.
The pony that is more often than not considered the craziest is of course Pinkie Pie, the perplexing pretty pink party pony. Her bubbly, energetic personality is a classic case of vivacious subtype of Histrionic Personality Disorder. People with HPD are defined as impulsive, hyperactive, and have a notably low tolerance for negative emotions, even ones not necessarily aimed towards them. Her element, Laughter, is pretty much a light-up sign indicating her intolerance for negative emotions. Victims of HPD have a deep-seeded craving for attention as well, which Pinkie shows rather blatantly in Party Of One. Her spontaneous party throwing can be considered a manifestation of her subconscious need for attention, which is reinforced by her persistance in trying to befriend Cranky Doodle (even to the point of breaking into his house). A possible cause of her mental deficiency is familial abuse. Having grown up on a rock farm and working day-in and day-out as a mere child undoubtedly poses severe mental health problems.
The dysfunction termed Hypomania is characterized by a larger-than-life self-image, racing thoughts, and dangerous activity -- all of which can be used to describe one Rainbow Dash, arguably the loudest and most self-possessed pony in Ponyville. A major indicator for hypomania is what is called psychomotor agitation, a reflexive need to move. This is often characterized by restlessness when sitting still, pacing, or biting lips. In Rainbow Dash's case, hovering or extending and retracting her wings are strong indicators of psychomotor agitation. She also exhibits extremely dangerous activity on a daily basis, pushing herself to the brink of her ability to perform death-defying tricks and one day ultimately join the Wonderbolts, a famous team of expert stunt pegasi. Rainbow has a major egocentric personality, continually places herself higher on the pedestal than others; however, she wouldn't hesitate to help her close friends, even to the point of her giving up her dreams in order to help them in a time of need. This lends to the opinion that her hypomania is in no way destructive, except for her edge-of-the-seat lifestyle, and in fact has a positive effect on her and the people surrounding her.
Applejack is a hard character to describe, much less diagnose. She's a hard-worker who hates handing the reigns over to anyone else, she never censors herself, and loves to help others who are in need. In this, she seems rather sane, but if you squint really hard you can see that she seems to exhibit several characteristics of Self-defeating Personality Disorder (aka Masochistic Personality Disorder). She deliberately puts herself in harms way throughout the series: Applebuck Season, where she decides to harvest the entire apple orchard by herself; The Last Roundup, where she moves out of town to get a better paying job so as to raise money and fix town hall; and Spike At Your Service, where she saves Spike not only from a pack of hungry timberwolves, but also a giant timberwolf at the end of the episode. She even went so far as to walk all the way around a mountain with another pony on her back, simply because said pony was too scared to climb it herself. This show of altruism definitely points towards a virtuous form of MPD, but she shows a complete lack of the feelings of deserved gratitude. This loans to somewhat oppresive tendencies, since she expresses genuine feelings towards everyone and everything (she is the element of Honesty, afterall), even if those feelings are negative. However, she doesn't have the self-pitiable nature that commonly accompanies the oppresive subtype; this could possibly be due to her altruistic tendencies.
The final character we are going to go over is the element of Generosity, Rarity. She, like Applejack, is more than willing to sacrifice her time, money, body parts, etc., on other people without hesitation. Unlike Applejack, however, she is willing to gloss over unsavory comments, instead favoring to soften the blow. She has a tendency to overreact to situations and she is a professional "whiner". On several occasions she's shown to place other people before her lifelong dreams, notably in Green Isn't Your Color, where she would rather help Fluttershy become supermodel than for Rarity to become a world-famous fashion designer. She appears to exhibit characters not unlike the appeasing subtype of Histrionic Personality Disorder. Whereas Pinkie Pie's vivacious HPD focused more on being hyperactive and neurotic, Rarity's appeasing HPD focuses more on brushing away bad emotions, instead focusing on giving unto others and making them happy, as a way to avoid dealing with her own problems. The main difference between appeasing HPD and virtuous Masochistic Personality Disorder -- which we went over with Applejack -- is that there is no feelings of deservation with HPD, and there is no repressing of emotions with MPD. Self-sacrifice is a hugely defining symptom of appeaseful HPD, and Rarity's entire being is dedicated to such. This might seem like nothing but a benefit to others, however it can be extremely detrimental to the victim of the illness. Repressed emotions can cause serious health risks, and given the selfless nature of those exhibiting it, the risks might go unheeded.
I think it is safe to assume that Twilight was right in her statement that all the ponies were indeed, "crazy". But we attach too many negative connotations to that word; a more accurate word -- and one that would sound less negative -- would be "disturbed". This is a very unique show, in more ways than one. We've had The Big Lebowski ponified, we've had government conspiracies, we've had international espionage -- If you ask me, it's not too surprising that we also have mental deficiencies.
Seriously, did you buy anything that i said about this place, being the most super special awesome 20% cooler place on the internet? Well that was a lie.
For example, the part about MLP Ice creambars? The last thing you guys need, are more Ice creambars.
I found this very unique avatar and i created this Hypnosparkle persona, because i know that your brains are so small, that you just stare and say "Durr what a very unique Avatar. I will become his friend." Because the truth about this Forum, no, the truth about this entire fandom, is that it dosen't matter who you are, aslong as your boring tastes appeals to bronies.
Why do people like Livingtombstone get so popular? Because Bronies like to listen to boring music, which they have no sense of to begin with. Why do people like Tommyoliver get so popular? Because, like i said earlier, Bronies brains are to small to have some kind of opinion, so they rather go to someone and get it there. I could go on, about these so called "horsefamous" guys, but i think i made my point, if you can actually follow.
Everything i said, you ate from my hand, but that's the way it is and that's the way you want it and that's the way you handle it. It's easy, it's simple to digest. You people can't handle anything complicated, you people can't stomach anything interesting, it's been like this since the beginning of this fandom. "We watch colorful horsies and talk about it, while our lifes are going down the drain."
There are good guys and there are bad guys and believe me my little horsy fans i am a very bad guy and i admit it.
Now one more thing before i leave this place. Don't believe anything that a guy says on a blog, during the first april. Because he might just prank you into believing his entire story. If you got to this part and now breath a sigh of relief, then i am terribly sorry that i scared you this much.
Happy April fools day everybody.