You may think at first that My Little Pony has very little in common with the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, but apparently you’d be wrong. It’s actually a brightly colored allegory that well represents the ideals put forth in Plato’s ‘Republic’.
New York Times confuses the names of two My Little Ponies. AND YOU CALL YOURSELF A NEWS ORGANIZATION
Even though this technically happened right at the end of 2011, the ramifications and the shockwaves of an error by the New York Times is so horrendous, so unforgivable, that I’m calling it the editorial fuck up of the year. And we haven’t even really started the year.
These My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Transformers are a ton of fun. Inspector Nills did such a good job combining the two I am thinking it is spin off time. You hear me Hasbro? Spin off time.
A couple days ago, Bill Clinton was on the NPR game show “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” (which he admits he’s never heard of) to talk about his post-presidential project, the Clinton Global Initiative. Blah blah blah after all the boring stuff, host Peter Sagal got to the game show part, quizzing Clinton on My Little Pony.