|Posted by EBecK on November 26, 2012 at 3:15 PM||comments (2)|
Save Derpy, right? Eh....no. Well, yes, that is one reason, but not the base. You want to know why people aren't joining? Because they think we are trying to revive an old wound, that we are selfish, and ungrateful, that we are trying to get Derpy back when it will only hurt us. HOWEVER, I say OBJECTION! And here's why:
You remember that meme? "I'm gonna love and tolerate the sh*t out of you" Have you recognized that the love and tolerance bar was so respected before this happened? After it happened, the love and tolerance bar dropped....drastically. People are turning into what we aren't: trolls, haters....everyone else but bronies. To me, bronies are people who enjoy the show and love and tolerate. What this campaign will do is yes, bring Derpy back, but more importantly; revive the once respected love and tolerance for others. When was the last time you saw love and tolerance, hmm? To me, not for a while, that makes me sad...what about you?
Therefore, we must tell others that not only are we trying to "save Derpy" we are trying to revive the love and tolerance bar. Tell them what I say unto you now, add something, if you must. Even if we have the tools to save Derpy. do you think she would want to return to a corrupted brony community, who may like the show, but don't show that love and tolerance we once urged?
I greatly and deeply encourage all of you to go out. Heed my words, and help us gather the needs to revivie both Derpy AND love and tolerance. Celestiaspeed, my fellow brony kin.
|Posted by EBecK on April 4, 2012 at 2:00 AM||comments (2)|
Well, I decided to take the initiative and create the website myself. Forgive my seemingly amateurish design, for I do better with words than with technology. I shall be posting updates here, should any arrive, so be on the lookout. Also, I might alter the site a bit often, because I'm not the most brilliant of web designers. This site is still under construction a bit, but we needed a place to gather, so I thought, what the hay, I'll put it up now.
Good day, comrades.