How Men Become Bronies Okay, so you take one look, and you're like, what the heck? I mean, what are you even looking at here? Magical prancing ponies? Rainbows? Flowers? Baby dragons? Prancing magical pony princesses? I mean, sure, okay, let's face it: "Friendship. Is. Magic." There was no question about what you were getting into here. Obviously, it's going to be a girly happy joyjoy show full of- well, this, but- They just don't let up!How Men Become Bronies3 years ago in Reviews & Guides
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So what do you do? Turn and run and hide, right? Well, no, not really; the standard male response to this sort of thing is more complicated than that- to turn and run is to admit defeat, and you've got your ego to consider. No.
You have to laugh and walk away.
Mac McAnally Facts-All the 13's in Mac's bar aren't for dispersing stray magical energies from intoxicated wizards. He is double dog daring bad luck to try something funny in his bar.Mac McAnally Facts4 years ago in Profiles
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-Warning: extended exposure to Mac's voice may result in weeping, vomiting, divine revelations, temporary insanity, permanent insanity, inability to stand for any length of time, blindness , miraculous healing, spontaneous combustion, and dryness of throat. May not affect beings of incredible fortitude.
-One day, a long time ago, Mac decided to try his hand at making wine. He went into the mountains and picked the best soil and air quality for his grapes. He sang to the vines every day and read them Shakespeare every night. When the resulting juices were fermented to perfection, Mac had a taste and decided it was a pretty good batch. Unfortunately, before he could bottle the wine, some young punk named Nicholas Flammel made off with the barrel.
-In the big fight scene in the end of Changes, Ebenezer didn't use spells to ki
The Shishigami's JeremiadThe Shishigami's Jeremiad: An Analysis of Rhetorical Strategies in Princess MononokeThe Shishigami's Jeremiad3 years ago in Academic Essays
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Film is not only entertaining, but frequently socio-political in content. The field of communications studies knows this well, and environmental communications scholars have done significant work analyzing Hollywood's cultural fare and the messages it sends about nature and our relation to it. However, English-language academic textual analysis of ecological themes in Japanese anime is, currently, sparse. This is unfortunate, given the popularity of Japanese animated works outside of their country of origin, and the rich ecological messages found in many such works, especially those by Studio Ghibli and its famous star director, Hayao Miyazaki. Prominent among these under-examined films is the 1997 film, "Princess Mononoke". Princess Mononoke, or 'Mononoke-hime' in Japan, uses spiritualistic personification and a richly metaphorical narrative to effectively communicate an ecological jeremiad