Geneva Mode

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  1. Geneva Mode
  2. I vote for Dashie being better drawn.
  3. While Geneva was quite enraptured by the various items on the shelves, seemingly from all parts of Equestria, she noticed something out of the corner of her eye. Turning around, she saw a pony approaching her who looked a bit lost. She raised her ears attentively.
  4. Geneva trotted into the square, her cheeks rather red as she was used to warmer temperatures. She was unsure of what to expect, but the scenery seemed to have a certain... beauty... to it. Geneva couldn't help but be curious as to the exotic knick-knacks littering the market stalls.
  5. I too wish to apply for this roleplay. Information about my OC
  6. If Hasbro wants to keep its good reputation with their community, they will have to swallow their pride. If they don't, they've just thrown away more than a year's work, and internet history.
  7. Well they were able to deal the damage after the episode aired for the first time. Surely they can reverse it just as easily.
  8. Hello, everypony. I'm here to talk about my views concerning Hasbro removing Derpy from the show. As I'm sure your aware, there has been a truckload of complaints from people that Derpy is "offensive to the mentally handicapped". I'm here to tell these people just how narrow-minded and hypocritical they are. The basic logic of the helicopter parents that were kicking off about this basically said that "Mental handicaps are bad and offensive, and they should not be on TV". What do good parents do with their Autistic children? Well, it's simple: They look past the handicap, and continue doing their best to secure a happy and successful future for their child. When a parent looks at their child, they should see the child, not the handicap. These parents are so insecure about 'mental handicaps', that I wonder if they actually consider their children to be sentient beings. Such parents are horrible people and their children should be taken into custody of someone who can actually look past a stereotype and avoid using "autism" as an excuse for every mistake their child makes. Assuming that Derpy even is mentally handicapped in the first place (and not just a silly pony): Even before Hasbro changed Derpy's voice, the entire situation was absolutely pitiful. I say this because Hasbro put Derpy into the show, completely disregarding her "mentally handicapped" behaviour. Then the parents came, saw the stereotype first, and kicked up a stink. The parents are not parents, they are slaves to political correctness. They don't see their children for their potential, they see them for their "disability". Hasbro was more tolerant than the parents were, before they got scared about their reputation. If Hasbro chooses to favor the idiocracy of "political correctness" over the unconditional love and tolerance of its characters, regardless of mental handicaps or lack thereof. I will boycott the show as I will assume that you no longer care about the community that got this show where it was. Hasbro, know this: Biting the hand that feeds will eventually make the hand stop feeding. To parents: Love your children, warts and all. Don't make excuses for your children's setbacks, create solutions. To Hasbro: MLP is a show about love and tolerance, not political correctness. That's my twenty six bits. Discuss.
  9. ...using the following objects together? Dinner plates and keys Wax and metal Wheels and biscuits Bird-houses and lasers Printers and brushes CD racks and statues of Buddha Share your ideas!
  10. Hey, everypony! I decided that I wanted to get some stuff on the forums going on, so I decided to make up a creative scenario of sorts: I was thinking of putting this in the roleplay forum, but seeing as it was more about art, I decided to put it here. To any moderators: Please feel free to move this thread if you feel that it is in the wrong place. So I'm really interesting in seeing what everypony comes up with. :3 Feel free to post any pictures you come up with in the thread!
  11. I would be inclined to say that my greatest virtue would be Patience. Diligence - probably not, I can be quite the procrastinator. However, usually I'm quite good at keeping at something if I find it worth doing. Usually takes effort to get the ball rolling, and that's where I find difficulty in getting things done. There are some days I just don't want to get up in the morning, but I do eventually. Humility - Whilst I am not arrogant, I am only human and thus I can only perceive things in relation to myself and what I've already perceived. This can cause me to be quite ignorant sometimes, but I usually try to be reasonably open-minded. I admit that I have my faults and deficiencies. I respect all authorities that I believe to be just, and I try to be respectful of other ponies. Sometimes I slip, but I'm only human, and can only try my best to slip less often. I can appreciate the talents of others, although I can sometimes be a little jealous of what some ponies are capable of. A good example is my friend Jaqui from another corner of the internet. He's a really smart and knowledgeable person, which sometimes gets to me. Temperance - Not very good. I need to work on this a bit. Charity - Absolutely. Everypony should have what they need to live healthy and fulfilled lives. Some ponies simply don't have the good fortune that we do, and that is something to be mourned. Everypony has potential to be truly magnificent given the right resources and challenges! Greed is an abomination, and greedy men are always poor (they never have enough to be satisfied). Happiness does not lie with possessions. It lies with knowledge, truth, and a connection to all things. Kindness - The world is just one dancer in a massive cosmic performance, holding in its bosom its billions of children. One day, Earth's children may mature, move out and take to the stars. But this will only happen with the proper nurturing and care. Ponies like us are extremely fragile, and need to look after each-other. I feel that too few of us can actually comprehend the merits of kindness. We are all a part of Earth, and we all have our part to play. Definitely one of my stronger virtues. Chastity - Whilst I do have some fetishes, I am not so bad with this. I don't see myself being an adulterer in the future. Patience: Probably my best one. I usually have a very long fuse. There are some ponies that just find a way under my skin, but I'm generally quite patient.
  12. There are two subjects of my admiration that I can name off the top of my head: Steve Cunningham and Jaque Fresco. Steve Cunningham is the first blind colt to fly a plane around England. He gave a motivational lecture at my college's auditorium concerning how he became incurably blind at age 12 due to an illness, and how he eventually managed to cope with it. He spoke about how he "lost sight, and gained vision", and how he overcame the odds and secured a successful future for himself. At one point, he spoke with some people who said that he would only be good at selling matches on a street corner. Steve got fed up of ponies making choices for him, and took life into his own hooves. The reason I admire Steve is simple: he has amazing perseverance. The other is Jaque Fresco, a social engineer and architect. He was around during the 1930s Great Depression, and he wondered why it was that there were so many resources around him that could be used, yet they were just being left there while ponies were starving and homeless. He concluded that the money system was at fault, and that the "economic game" was broken. When he was younger, he was sent to the principal's office for not pledging allegiance. The principal asked "Why don't you want to pledge allegiance? Everybody does". Fresco replied: "Everybody once believed the world was flat, but that doesn't make it so." He then "went on to demonstrate that the USA owed everything it had to other countries and other cultures", and that he "would rather pledge allegiance to the world, and everyone on it". He then went to set up a laboratory in his bedroom, in which he tried to understand science and nature. I admire Fresco for being a creative and highly intelligent individual in a sea of lazy thinkers and mediocrity. Unlike most ponies, this guy actually tries to uncover the truth first-hand instead of just being spoon-fed his thoughts and opinions. He later went on to conceptualize some truly amazing buildings. Below are some of his designs. He later went on to found the Venus Project. This is one of the things he said about the Venus Project. "The Venus project is not about new cities, or new architecture. It's about a way of thinking". -Jacque Fresco, said before he talks about human nature.