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051 - Bovestrian Revolution: Part 2

051 - Bovestrian Revolution: Part 2


Will of the people.

A few interesting rules about Horse Power you might not be aware of:

1. I crave comments. That is to say, I am a man of loose intimate morals for comments. If you ever post any Horse Power Comics anywhere, I definitely want to know because I will read every response.

Over on Equestria Daily, on the last comic, someone responded that they’re sick of jokes where non-horse species are treated as slaves. I got a good chuckle out of that because...

2. If you think you know what a Horse Power joke is going to be, chances are you don’t know what it’s going to be.

I love to zag when others zig, especially when several others zig to the point of cliché. ’S what I bring, yo.

Speaking of zagging and zigging, I typically flip out over a merch announcement roughly... twice a month. I suppose this is my first flip out moment for the next 30 days. Yes, yes, I see Trixie. Like they wouldn’t release a Trixie eventually. No, you need to look farther right. Zecora. Freaking Zecora. I need to accelerate the passage of time. If Build-A-Bear was any more on the nose for me, they’d be showing a triple-set release of Discord, Flim and Flam.

According to the tallies I’ve etched into the wall with a serrated knife, it’s been eleven days since “Songs of Ponyville,” the season 3 soundtrack WITH FREAKING OFFICIAL-QUALITY EXTENDED THEME SONG has released on iTunes, AND ONLY ITUNES. I’m not the most profound audiophile, but I’d rather like to avoid putting my music through crazy post-processing voodoo to get high bit-rate MP3s. On the off, oooooofffffff chance Mr. Ingram is reading, PLEASE PUT THIS ON AMAZON MP3 OR GOOGLE PLAY ASAP! Only a jpg of Futurama’s Fry can illustrate the intensity of how much I want to throw funds at this.

3. You do not talk about fight club.

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