I think you’ve both missed the point of that post. My poor head.
For one, finding an example of a fan or two or seventeen of the show who subscribes to a faith does not mean the point is disproved. I will bet based on hard data that most bronies don’t subscribe to a faith.
Secondly, I was talking about Web Culture on the whole. Please don’t feel the need to defend bronies when I’m not speaking about them in particular.
Third, that’s one point of a few that I mentioned, and many that I didn’t. Don’t like sports. Generally single, even at older ages, not as “straight” as other populations. There are other things that I didn’t ask about.
Four, you didn’t even hit on the theory I proposed.
Do you even debate?
Thank you, Jackal. However, I need to go to bed an hour ago. I’ll see what I can conjure up tomorrow evening.
Hold on a sec guys, I just realized my mistake.
First of all, there’s actually no way for me to interview every single brony in existence to find out for sure who believes what, so all I can really do is estimate. Even “hard data” wouldn’t give me a completely accurate number, and besides, 17 bronies affiliated with faith? Even for sarcasm that was nonsense.
Next, I realize you weren’t actually defending bronies, you were simply stating a difference of opinion on one detail. I don’t know why I even said that.
As far as the other points I made, I now understand that you may not have necessarily disagreed with them overtly, and therefore felt no particular need to debate them. I imagine that includes my theory that most bronies are similar in many aspects to typical members of nerdy web communities.
Oh well, nobody’s perfect.