Fan fiction. Write it.
I think Cory was confused about the article – he tends to scan the first paragraph and photos and sort of makes things up from there. I’m guessing he saw TechDirt’s silly rainbows-and-sunshine mockup of an ID card and thought it was something Wyden actually had something to do with, and then went on to tag him as a senator from Equestria.
My imagination! It’s out of control!
Nah, we all know that the politician with an extensive knowledge of My little pony is President Bill Clinton.
Hang on – how old was Chelsea when MLP was a thing? My brother and SIL know a frightening amount of Spongebob Squarepants trivia thanks to the nieces.
I know way too much MLP because it’s wonderful, to be fair.
(And waaaaaay too much Steven Universe, because it’s everything I want in a cartoon - and I’ll cut anyone who says different! )
We’re not allowed to say different? I thought different was the definition of a happy space mutant…
…and passionate, and frequently ranty.
We’re not allowed to say passionate or rarity either?
Aaaaand now we’re back to MLP.
And to be fair Awkward and Non-conformist should surely be in there too.
(Plus, I didn’t say people couldn’t have Opinions about Steven Universe… )
Oh, OK. I was worried. I thought I was losing some of my favourite words… (What’s a Steven Universe? Is that an instance of the multiverse?)
A brilliant cartoon on Cartoon Network. Fair warning: if you start from the beginning, you may think it’s just a super silly cartoon about a rather annoying kid yelling about his cheeseburger backpack a lot, and wonder what the point is. In truth it’s one of the most amazing examples of rich worldbuilding and gender/race inclusivity I’ve seen in animation.
Ah. So an instance of the multiverse indeed.
This may be, but I still can’t stop thinking about it as a super silly cartoon about an annoying kid.
I lost interest after the first few episodes I saw, but was pulled back in after a season or so, when Steven became a lot more mature and the plot started revolving around the interstellar conflict of Gems and the relationships between the various Crystal Gems rather than Steven whining about sandwiches or something.
Ah. Sorry I missed this.
@nungesser has the truth of it, though, so we’re covered.
It also messes with gender roles, in the nicest, sweetest, way. It (is) rocks.