Midnight Scribbler

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About Midnight Scribbler

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    The dream wanderer
  • Birthday 08/04/1989

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

  • Best Pony
    Luna
  • Best Pony Race
    Bat Pony

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Canada
  • Personal Motto
    I, through broken glass, see the world. It's many pathways splintered and unsure.
  • Interests
    Science, space, spirituality, minecraft, mlp, and most of all, art.

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  1. "I'm giving up the ghost of love
    And a shadow is cast on devotion
    She is the one that I adore
    Queen of my silent suffocation."

  2. This month in a nutshell. I accidentally killed my gf's guinea pig, my rent increased again, and I'm single again. I feel like crawling under the nearest rock forever.

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    Mega Thread Song Stuck in your Head Right Now

    It throws me for a loop when I look at the dates on the first comments in these threads.. Thinking about how long I've been here, it's crazy how time flies. Anywho, the last song stuck in my head was actually a Beatles song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcjHADunNUA
  4. Is that a Leonardo Da Vinci pone I see there? :D

  5. Hello pones o3o

    Yes.. contrary to what you may have thought. Rumours of my permanent leaving are greatly exaggerated. :orly:

    1. Woohoo

      Woohoo

      Glad you're back! :laugh:

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    Music Favorite Movie Soundtracks

    Well, Blade Runner 2049 just added itself to my list.. however, that aside, here's a list of a few of my faves. And one of my favorites, the original Ghost in the shell theme.
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    Mega Thread Last Movie You Watched?

    This. It was so freaking good too, I was surprised. (it's just the music, no spoilers)
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    Music What are some of your favorite song lyrics?

    Hoo boi. Where to begin. Tool has a good chunk of lyric segments that I could fill this page with for various reasons, but to keep it short, I'll pick a couple real good ones. Vicarious: "The universe is hostile, so impersonal. Devour to survive, so it is, so it's always been." Parabola: "This body holding me reminds me of my own mortality. Embrace this moment. Remember, we are eternal, all this pain is an illusion." Schism: "I've done the math enough to know the dangers of our second guessing. Doomed to crumble unless we grow. Strengthen our communication." Another really good lyrics band is Gojira. The art of Dying: "I won't bring no material in the after life. Take no possessions, I would rather travel light. I'm of this kind that kills all day, but I don't know yet how to die" The Axe: "In the dark I've lingered too long. This sharpened axe, beam of light, I reach for and I master, wield against these shadows. It's purpose now revealed in silence. Keep searching, question if this light ends" Heaviest matter in the universe: "Lay down fall away Lie awake Just cannot move My arms and legs I’m paralyzed Don’t recall how to free Myself from this In the heart of the dark My face contorted Don’t know how to reach the light But I feel so bad Like a freak in a cage" That last one resonates with me, because I've suffered from night terrors and sleep paralysis before a number of times. I'll leave it there for now. Cause I could quote amazing songs all day. xD
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    About the recent changes...

    Side note, I'm still here if anyone's wondering. <3
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    What are you listening to right now?

    "As everything in life, comes together nowI need your mindAnd everything is light, I remember nowI see you rise.And all the lonely things, seem to want to changeI'll sleep on it tonight.Ih-ahWe don't even understandSomething's going onWe don't even understandSo how could this be wrong?..ah!Ih-ah!I'm so in love with you...how could IEver be untrue?Am I with you?With everything I do.God I love you.I love you...We don't even understandSomething's going onWe don't even understandSo how could we be wrong?..ah!Ih-ah!We don't know or careSomethings always thereWe see it's in our hands,But we just don't understand."
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    Mega Thread Metal Thread

    A little of the ole heavy Devvy, complete with toilet humour. "Oh glorious cheese burger, we bow to thee The secrets of the universe lie between the bun." And one of his lighter ones. This one's actually quite beautiful.
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    Scribblepwn3's Traditional art commissions (OPEN)

    Currently I only take payment via paypal. I should also mention that if you commission through the forums, artists couldn't take payment through DA in any case, we're under an agreement with the forums when we run our commissions through their services.
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    Mega Thread Metal Thread

    Funny you should post that, I just discovered it myself a few days ago. lol I can say I absolutely love stoner/doom/sludge metal, and I have a couple bands you might know, or like if you don't know. Such as this one. And this one.
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    Pagan gathering grounds

    That's awesome. Always good to see others with open minds like that. I've always found that exploring things outside your current views is always a good way to expand and grow your understanding of things. Even if you don't follow something yourself, learning the reasons why others do is important regardless. I meditate on the Futhark Runes of the ancient Norse a lot myself, and they've shown me a lot of things. But I've dabbled in Buddhism and Hinduism and other things as well. Nothing has resonated for me quite like the Nordic pantheons, but I do value the wisdom and understandings taught in other faiths. Many of them are so very much in line with one another, I feel all of them fundamentally aim for the same goal, just by different names and traditions.