Scotland

The vote is razor thin.
We don’t know who will win.

Do you enjoy saying my name to summon me? :o

Apparently yes. When I post something that has saucy sides I tend to go overboard and ping random genies. And cause a lot of drama as a result.

(Also see albuminflask for where the third eye Fluttershy came from, and even more genies.)

albuminflask:

Parcly Taxel: Long ago I provided that Fluttershy had her own third eye and that female third eye was called Critter Swarm. I didn’t give a reference though… until now. Here she is in all her transcendent glory.

Obligatory reblog! Note whoring! mlpwishywashy!

albuminflask:

Parcly Taxel: Long ago I provided that Fluttershy had her own third eye and that female third eye was called Critter Swarm. I didn’t give a reference though… until now. Here she is in all her transcendent glory.

Obligatory reblog! Note whoring! mlpwishywashy!

Busy busy busy! Standalone Fluttershys from the recent comic!

Vector Stroke Burn/Fluttershy Pondering and Critter Swarm Optimisation to Potassium Saturation

Fluttershy’s Little Bird
46 Mahjong Tiles (Not Quite)
A Life of Seventy-Four// Layers
Pony genie requests are now open!

A Life of Seventy-Four// Layers

Pony genie requests are now open!

Let us examine our attitude toward peace itself. Too many of us think it is impossible. Too many think it unreal. But that is a dangerous, defeatist belief. It leads to the conclusion that war is inevitable – that mankind is doomed – that we are gripped by forces we cannot control. We need not accept that view. Our problems are manmade – therefore, they can be solved by man. And man can be as big as he wants. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings. Man’s reason and spirit have often solved the seemingly unsolvable – and we believe they can do it again.
John F. Kennedy at the American University on 10 June 1963
This Lunar Interspecies Line Dissolving
Now mlpwishywashy: what do you think? I think it’s OK.

This Lunar Interspecies Line Dissolving

Now mlpwishywashy: what do you think? I think it’s OK.

Net Neutrality: Dead and Bogus

aka: So what if DC endorses website discrimination? (Though I live in Singapore and there’s a Personal Data Protection Act there)

Even if such a statute is (1) there and (2) unambiguous, net neutrality still doesn’t exist because it is a bogus idea. Not just wrong, but bogus, on the same level as homoeopathy, astrology and 2012 doomsday theories.

This is not to say that I completely loathe it; I have been following the digital rights movement for quite some time now and have indeed adopted some of their ideas: HTTPS Everywhere and two-factor authentication are two of my favourites. This right here, however, is going just slightly off the edge; even with such a neutrality law there is still a substantial amount of discrimination in the access plans; the lower-capacity packages, in particular, make meaningful access to the higher byte count, rich-content, edge-of-your-seat sites (like YouTube) nigh-impossible. Lying entirely within the companies’ control, such pricing falls outside the ideas of net neutrality.

From now on I will collectively denote such bogus theories more oriented towards the public and less towards science the postmodernist left.

(Speaking of petitioning the FCC, it’s a piece of old wisdom that enough stupid people will freak out and sign.)

So there was someone who asked from me an anthro Luna riding on a cloud. This is how far I’ve got thus far. mlpwishywashy: could use some help here, and am I going well?

So there was someone who asked from me an anthro Luna riding on a cloud. This is how far I’ve got thus far. mlpwishywashy: could use some help here, and am I going well?

The Latin transcription has achieved perfect phonemicity. 24 letters used (except L and W), and one letter = one sound. Even Esperanto can’t get there. The native Kezuasoka symbols do come close though, and the ambiguities are minor enough to not affect comprehension significantly.

The Latin transcription has achieved perfect phonemicity. 24 letters used (except L and W), and one letter = one sound. Even Esperanto can’t get there. The native Kezuasoka symbols do come close though, and the ambiguities are minor enough to not affect comprehension significantly.