Attack of the Pwns

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  • Birthday 05/02/1994

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    Kansas City Metro
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    "Motivation is everything. You can do the work of two people, but you can't be two people. Instead, you have to inspire the next guy down the line and get him to inspire his people."
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    -Anything on four wheels

    That about sums it up! XD

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  1. Merry Birthiversary! 

  2. Assuming I’m a pony in Equestria while all of this is going on? I’d go directly to the source - I’d make a trip to Canterlot and try to find a way to get an audience with Luna herself. Bullying somebody in their dreams would be way out of character for her, so I’d want to alert her in case the Tantabus or some other vile creature was about to pounce on Ponykind.
  3. We have a healthy mix of all political viewpoints, and I’ve been surprised with the diversity of views around this place (I used to assume most of the fandom was liberal). I’m a Tea Party conservative myself.
  4. We’re going to miss you @Mesme Rize, I hope your break helps you unwind, and hopefully when you return the show discussion isn’t a political debate. Also, don’t know if you consider it part of the forums or not, but as far as I’m concerned you’re always welcome to drop by on movie night, I’ve never seen our conversation there get political. In the meantime, rest up and we will be looking forward to your return.
  5. 41* Fahrenheit, no wind, and dry. It would be sunny, but it’s 11:00 pm here, so...yeah, I guess clear is the correct term.
  6. The fact that this day exists makes me incredibly happy.
  7. I’ll make this clear from day one- nazism is fricking stupid. It doesn’t help conservatism when people see this sort of crud. Regardless, what the UK has done here is reprehensible. I know that the United Kingdom has never been as free as the US, but if this is where the bar is set, then they might as well go ahead and turn in their “world superpower” status. If you can’t take a joke, even a really dumb one, then something is wrong. Fans of free speech over in Europe really should be thinking about moving to the U.S., because we need all the pro-first amendment voices we can get, and Europe looks to be a lost cause at this point.
  8. Sometimes this is for the best. You know, I always thought that being in a relationship with a beautiful girl was my ultimate goal, too- until I actually managed to get close to a few of them. I found them to be shallow, money-hungry shysters who dated dudes to get quick and easy cash, and nothing more. I know not all girls are like this, but I count being single as a blessing after what I saw and heard when I was hanging around the “popular” girls in high school. Remember, you can be a happy bachelor. If women choose not to pursue you, it’s their loss, and when they find themselves growing into old maids all alone, they’ll regret wasting large portions of their life chasing after the Tom Cruise-types and not settling down with a guy such as yourself when they had the chance. Not trying to be spiteful, but they’ll miss you a lot more when they grow old then you will them. Sometimes, too, there are women who realize that looks aren’t everything as they grow older. Perhaps you’ll meet someone you love later in life, who knows. I think, too that this has more to do with dating in general than with being “unattractive”. Unfortunately, in this post-feminism society, we men are objected to a whole lot more objectification than our grandfathers and fathers were. Women don’t need to be married to live fulfilling lives, which is a good thing, but it has the unfortunate side effect of meaning that fewer and fewer women will settle for an “average joe”. It’s a fact of the world we live in, and we all just need to learn how to cope.
  9. Drive both and go with what makes you happy. If you’re a bike guy, you’ll never be happy stuck in a “cage”. If you’re not a bike guy, bikes tend to be frightening and not worth the hassle. Give em both a try, and if you can, try a variety of each-try a sport bike, a tourer, a scrambler, and a cruiser. Try a regular sedan, a sports coupe, a pickup, an SUV, and maybe even try a classic (pre-90s) car. You might be surprised what you find attractive if you open up your options. This is the best way I know of to make sure you get exactly what you want. Look,at what you can afford, and try it all out. Then make your decision based on economic and emotional factors.