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Proof that a kids cartoon about Magical Horses CAN make a difference...

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So, its been a while since I've done a blog, and by the title you might be thinking 'Great, its something about that "My Little Pony" show'.

Well im not going to lie, that's correct, but its not all. To some, this may be a old record playing over and over again, but for others it might be something new. Anyways, what im trying to say is, is that the Brony fandom has had the eye of the public for a while now, but making it on USA Today's magazine, is another story. For those of you out there curious about the show, or some who just want an interesting read, you should look at This

Now you can hate, throw things, or whatever, but I just want to say, I'm proud to be apart of this fandom, because this show can make a difference, including in donating money to funds needed for associations such as 'Children's' Cancer Association' or blood drives, or even donating money to villages in Africa. That's the main reason why I did this, because it goes to show that even a children's cartoon can inspire people to make a difference

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  1. Miles101's Avatar
    Once bronies hit my local newspaper I was assured that these guys were here to stay. I wasn't aware of the USA Today article, though it does just further prove how big they've become.
  2. Eleven's Avatar
    We have officially showed our worth and have conquered the world.

    BROHOOF! /)

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