Renegade the Unicorn

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About Renegade the Unicorn

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  • Birthday 01/05/1998

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

  • Best Pony
    Pinkie Pie
  • Best Anthropomorphic FiM Race
    Pegasus
  • Best Mane Character
    Pinkie Pie
  • Best CMC
    Apple Bloom
  • Best Secondary/Recurring Character
    Cheese Sandwich
  • Best Episode
    The Cutie Map
  • Best Song
    This Day Aria
  • Best Season
    5

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    Male
  • Location
    Wherever I wanna be.
  • Personal Motto
    If you want something done right, you gotta do it yourself.
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    See my profile.

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  1. Nobody:

    Me, yawning: YEEEEEEEH

  2. A quote on Twitter I found you might find interesting and worth thinking about. "The idea of America is something worth celebrating, but it doesn't exist anymore."

    1. Kyoshi

      Kyoshi

      That sounds quite accurate. It's a good quote. The concept of "america" is dead to me, has been for years. All I promote now is state individuality, as you know. Even that is becoming increasingly difficult to do.

    2. Renegade the Unicorn

      Renegade the Unicorn

      Indeed. Another Twitter quote that compliments the first: "True patriotism isn't blind allegiance - but working to fix your nation’s flaws."

  3. Yes, I do! Currently I'm working on my own original superhero fiction, and in terms of fanfic projects, I'm currently revisiting an idea I attempted earlier this year: my take on the original Power Rangers, simply entitled MMPR.
  4. Much as I would WANT to, banning those two sites would not only be a gross violation of the First Amendment, but also set off a disastrous domino effect; if two websites could be struck from the web for abusive and hateful content, then corporations, governments, and ESPECIALLY the "cancel culture" could ban websites for content they don't like. The funny thing about freedom of speech is that even if you disagree with something, people still have a right to say what they want without fear of being shot by the government for it. I wish people on both sides of the spectrum, whether they be "woke" neoliberals or alt-righters, would understand this.
  5. Probably the standard shonen protagonist, since I'm a generally optimistic person who loves his friends, and always tries giving the benefit of the doubt to enemies; because I believe people can change.
  6. Am I a hypocrite for saying people should wear masks (if they're able and willing) but am against legally requiring people to wear them?

    1. Cagey

      Cagey

      I think it makes sense.

    2. EpicEnergy

      EpicEnergy

      It doesn't sound hypocritical to me.

  7. OK, call me crazy, but:

    An idea for an iCarly fanfic - A Carly/Sam/Freddie fic that is HEAVILY inspired by Quentin Tarantino films (namely Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction).

  8. At the peak of their popularity, the Monkees were probably one of the best live bands out there.

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  9. have you watched Steven Universe: The Movie?

    1. Renegade the Unicorn

      Renegade the Unicorn

      I have not, actually.

    2. SpittyPie2005⚑️⚑️

      SpittyPie2005⚑️⚑️

      Omg, watch it so I can cry about it and someone will understand! Lol

  10. Somehow, this is eerily fitting.
  11. 🎢 SIL-VER HAM-MER! 🎢 *bang bang!*

    1. Woohoo

      Woohoo

      Another song that John Lennon hated, once again calling it Paul's "Granny Shit."

    2. Renegade the Unicorn

      Renegade the Unicorn

      It's not that bad, tbh. I honestly think John was letting all his burnout and emotional issues affect his perception of Paul.

  12. If we're talking guilty pleasures and the Beatles, all I can say is....their entire Fab Four era (62-66, I believe?). Don't get me wrong, I love the later stuff (especially the White Album and Abbey Road), but I feel that the lads from Liverpool's best era was when they weren't looking to break musical barriers or deliver deep, introspective messages: they just wanted to make fun rock and roll.