BulletproofBrony, Queen of Arendelle
Joined Nov 13, 2011 at 12:58PM EST
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- I’m 21 years old and a graduate of the University of Georgia in history and political science. I recently finished my senior thesis with a research grant from the Center of Undergraduate Research Opportunities on Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Counter-Enlightenment thought. I won the 2013 Pi Sigma Alpha essay contest in UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs on the question of whether American culture tends to emphasize being an individual over being a citizen. The essay can be read here.
I am a prolific writer. My friend and I frequently write essays in politics, philosophy, history, and world events.
Religiously, I am a Christian as a member of the Church of Christ at Oglethorpe. I do not believe that miracles occur in the modern day, that God “speaks” to individuals in the modern day except through the Bible, or that religious belief is a justification for political policy. In fact, I believe the two should be strictly separated.
That brings us to the next section: politics. I am a capitalist. That means I believe that the only reason any government should exist is the protection of the individual rights of its citizens. In essence, I believe that each man (or woman) is the owner of himself (or herself), and that to infringe on that ownership (i.e. to violate another’s rights) is the only thing the government has the authority to regulate. Anything more than that becomes a violation of man’s self-ownership in and of itself.Fluttershy is my favorite pony.
I find Catelyn Stark from Game of Thrones inexplicably attractive:
I’m also a fan of the Duchess of Cambridge.
My favorite movie score is from How to Train Your Dragon:
Political drama is, unsurprisingly, one of my favorite movie genres. Some of my favorite movies include Lincoln, Charlie Wilson’s War, Amazing Grace (2006), and The King’s Speech.
I think everyone should see the final Twilight movie (I went with my girlfriend -- she watches it for the lulz too) just to hear Kristen Stewart’s vampire sex talk. It’s side-splittingly hilarious.
I think Wreck-It Ralph deserved the Oscar for best animated film over Brave -- by a lot.
Even so, I love that Brave introduced me to Julie Fowlis. I want to use this song as a lullaby for future children -- it’s fantastic:
I’ll add more as I think of it, but you can also ask random questions and I may pick a few to field.
10/10, would picture myself living a Train song with. Because I’m a dork.
Again, the old adage proves true.
But I wanted to know!
Uploaded an image to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
The only time all season I’ve legitimately felt bad for Spike-abuse.
Perhaps because the little guy hasn’t said anything, which makes him far more likable.
I constantly reminded my friends why Rapunzel and Eugene were in Arendelle.
They were there to fuck.
My innocent friends said I ruined the Disney magic. I think I enhanced it.
Well the Don’t Mine at Night is just the animatic, or at least as I saw it just now. I can’t speak for the other one.
A broken shin is better than a broken hip, I suppose.
“What’s the meme?”
meme (n.) – 1 : an idea, belief or belief system, or pattern of behavior that spreads throughout a culture either vertically by cultural inheritance (as by parents to children) or horizontally by cultural acquisition (as by peers, information media, and entertainment media)"
Though that besides, this article is clearly labeled “person,” and the site is dedicated to documenting a wide array of internet phenomenon from cats with bread on their heads to people suddenly made “Internet famous” for whatever reason. And there doesn’t need to be one, though making international headlines and being attractive will definitely do it, especially in relation to an already widely discussed phenomenon.
But according to the film, if she loves the gun, it won’t freeze.
Please pass the hot sauce.
“Hi, I’m Olerf, and I like meth.”
Gangbanging the first willing girl.
Caro… I’m not allowed in Equestria…
I hope such a thread actually exists. My Sunday night just got more interesting.