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I’m seriously gonna stop with those posts, I’m fine, and pretending I’m depressed isn’t right of be to do to gather sympathy from any of you. Because I think that’s the only reason I keep doing them, even thought I’m fine.

I’m sorry everyone for taking up time on those.

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No but seriously what is the whole point of all this? It seems every step I make is followed by two more back, everytime I try to do something to better my lit, life tells me to fuck off and sit back down. So really why even bother? Why should I care? What’s the point of it? If I was to get hit by a truck, what’s the big deal? In the grand scheme of things it wouldn’t matter, and if there is no grand scheme then I matter even less than I already did.

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Not sure why, but this might be my favorite Magic trailer yet. The music, the feeling of a calm before a great storm.

Also it has Ajani and Elsepth, and they’re my favorite Planeswalkers

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GET HYPE!

That brony con horror story was fabricated.

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http://poniesforparents.tumblr.com/post/83522791511/a-word-about-bronies

OP literally made up a sexual assault and failed abduction story about an eleven year old girl for the sake of getting notes for anti-brony hate, and regardless of how you feel about bronies, that’s fucking disgusting.

Please stop reblogging it.

Yeah, I was a guest at said con, had a table in artist alley, had friends with tables in the dealers room, and every child I saw was accompanied by a parent. if this were true I would have heard or seen something. If a child had legitimately been in trouble, I’m pretty sure the cops would have been called, or the original poster is just as bad as the dude they made up.

If you don’t like bronies, that’s your choice. But don’t make up bullshit like this to scare people. I’ve been a guest at tons of comic, anime, and brony cons and I don’t want to see kids getting scared away from attending cons with their parents.

This whole thing was 100% made up bullshit.

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Drakken and Shego are my personal faves from Kim’s rogues gallery, but I’m also fond of the Senors, Professor Dementor, and Monkey Fist.
I loved how Professor Dementor went from a name drop only for like two seasons before finally showing up, and yeah he was great.
Though DNAmy was fun. There’s just something about an evil geneticist who collects beenie babies and twists the laws of nature and science

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I lurve “Kim Possible.” And yeah, one of the best things was how lovable the villains were along with the heroes.
Drakken and Shego make half the show, but I also enjoyed Senor Senior Senior and Junior if merely for the fact they only got into villainy because they were bored and had the money….and Ron kinda mentioned it to them.

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This intro needs no introduction. Warning: you may get this stuck in your head.

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DFS’ Top Ten Western Cartoons #9

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I’m just gonna start out by saying I’m a huge fan of James Bonds movies. So when a show comes along that comically plays with nearly every spy trope, and does it well, while also subverting the traditional gender roles of said genre….. then I might be a fan of that show.

Kim Possible is that show. Our lead hero is a high school cheerleader who saves the world simply because she can. Her bumbling sidekick is a guy, but he grows to become a competent partner, both professionally and (SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) romantically. Yeah Ron’s character arc was important for me because I identified with Ron, who in the beginning was goofy and not really what I’d call “cool” but he grows into a badass……..only his own personal kind of badass, and that’s an important lesson I needed.

Heck even with our villains, the most dangerous and smartest one is also female, who shares basically a functioning dysfunctional relationship with the “main villain”. I think it’s a good sign when I enjoy Drakken and Shego, two characters you’re supposed to technically root against, just as much as I do out main heroes Kim and Ron.

I loved the heck out of this show back when it came on, and now I feel is a perfect time to apologize to it for something that happened way back when. In middle school I once made a reference to Kim Possible, and someone picked up on it and started to make fun of me for watching it, since the main starring character was a girl I guess I wasn’t supposed to watch it. So I made up some excuse about how I knew the show, and from then on I pretended I never watched it. Fast forward to years later I now see how shows like Kim Possible, with female characters filling out non-traditional main roles, are so important. This is true for both girls, and boys, and I’m glad this show was around at the time, and I hope more like it will continue to be made.