1. Why don't Bronies do anything for charity? You seem to only do things for you and your own.

    Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:31:06 UTC from web
    1. @stormyblue Welcome to RDN! (This message paid for by the Ponyville tourism committee.)

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:31:17 UTC from morf oga sdnoces wef a
    2. @stormyblue ive donated

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:31:33 UTC from web
      1. @shadowlight To ponies/bronies or actual charity?

        Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:31:50 UTC from web
        1. @stormyblue actual charity. plus some volunteer work tbh

          Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:32:27 UTC from web
          1. @shadowlight Great!

            Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:32:53 UTC from web
            1. @stormyblue @techdisk and the humble brony bundle

              Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:34:55 UTC from web
              1. @shadowlight humble brony bundle is just one big circlejerk

                Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:35:46 UTC from StatusNet Android
                1. @redenchilada wat? O.O

                  Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:36:42 UTC from web
                  1. @shadowlight "Donate to us so we can donate to a charity in lump sum and claim ourselves the largest contributor to the bundle." It's entirely for bragging rights. If you wanna donate to the Humble Indie Bundle, donate straight to them. You get more for it anyway, plus you choose how your money is split.

                    Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:42:10 UTC from StatusNet Android
            2. @stormyblue actually, i got a guy to donate 20 dollars do broni9es for good. I'd donate for that myself, but paypal wouldnt let me creat an acc there without a credit card. I'd keep drawing for charity, but no one esle wanted

              Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:36:40 UTC from web
    3. @stormyblue wat?

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:31:58 UTC from web
    4. @stormyblue I'm poor.

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:32:02 UTC from StatusNet iPhone
    5. @stormyblue Hey, I don't even do things for myself! I do just as much for charity as I do for personal gain!

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:32:13 UTC from StatusNet Android
    6. @stormyblue

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:34:29 UTC from web
    7. @stormyblue we do alot for charity but some of the "charities" stopped for multiple reasons for everything from just mass criticization to stealing the money. The charities that remain are pretty good apparently though and we've stopped using them to promote ourselves so that's cool.

      Friday, 09-Nov-12 22:59:43 UTC from MuSTArDroid
      1. @abigpony actually, i dont care if people donste just to promote themselves. Charity is charity

        Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:02:22 UTC from web
        1. @mushi i guess it could be seen like that. Most people just find it morally wrong, though.

          Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:06:54 UTC from MuSTArDroid
          1. @abigpony well, let them get to people that are being "charitied" and say : hey, i stopped that charity that was going to help you because i dont like their reasons"

            Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:08:38 UTC from web
            1. @mushi fair enough. Again, it's more a moral thing.

              Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:12:05 UTC from MuSTArDroid
              1. @abigpony yeah, also, i should stop talking about that before someone want to start an arguing

                Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:13:27 UTC from web
                1. @mushi why would someone argue? Noone would argue with you. You're too tame.

                  Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:17:10 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                  1. @abigpony i dont know, but i know people sure love creating problems over little things

                    Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:18:44 UTC from web
                    1. @mushi no, that's just me and other people in response to me.

                      Friday, 09-Nov-12 23:20:49 UTC from MuSTArDroid