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    The essence of balance is detachment. It looks like I lost mine.

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  1. Dropped off a resume at a place whose receptionist didn't even know was hiring, picked up coffee, meds and a small toy, uploaded a story reading and now feeling like I should crawl back into bed.
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  3. https://www.fimfiction.net/story/447721/roadside-assistance
  4. Quinch

    Celestia Fan Club

    A relaxing break... with obligatory cake.
  5. Didn't stop me. Just sayin'.
  6. Eh, you don't sound nearly that bad.
  7. I might take the time to record a new song as well - @Ganondoxbeat me to OUYE - but now I'll likewise put up a song I recorded before as well. So, enjoy my sort-of-okay rendition of Anthropology. https://vocaroo.com/i/s0jml6AWrZBw
  8. Nope, quite the opposite. Or... at least unrelated, I guess. In the span of a few decades - we don't quite know how old Twilight is - we've had two alicorns ascend, Cadence and Twilight Sparkle. Now, if it were just one of them, we could chalk it up as the first instance of an alicorn ascending after Luna and Celestia. However, two of them appearing in a relatively short timespan {remember, we're talking one, maybe three percent of a thousand-year range} seems exceedingly improbable. There's also the fact that, apparently, not much noise was made about Cadence's alicornication, given that Twilight never heard of her up until her brother's wedding, might imply that alicorns themselves aren't that rare and that, while so far all princesses were alicorns, not all alicorns might have to be princesses.
  9. Honestly, I don't quite buy into the general "alicorns don't age" premise. Why? Statistics. Consider this - if we assume that an alicorn like Celestia {and presumably Luna} can age at least eleven hundred years without dying, Equestria would be swarming with alicorns by now - after all, in the span of a couple of decades, we have had both Cadence and Twilight ascend to alicornhood {skipping Flurry Heart as she is seemingly an anomaly}. Consequently, and very conservatively, at this rate, we would have at least a dozen alicorns running around in just the timespan Celestia has been around, and more if we don't assume no alicorns existed before the royal sisters.
  10. She seems very expressive, which is an odd look for her. I'm not sure if I'd call it "edgy" unless it means annoying people who hate anything that might resemble Teen Titans Go. If anything, it looks anti-edgy.
  11. https://www.fimfiction.net/story/119190/10/fallout-equestria/chapter-eight-derailed
  12. Quinch

    Pony life fan club

    Welp, none can say the fandom didn't jump on the bandwagon. I'm definitely curious where this goes.
  13. Eh, I wouldn't be so sure about that. I mean, I'm not saying you're necessarily wrong {though last bit I heard didn't sound cringy at all}, we do tend to be our own worst critics.