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11th Feb '16 4:52:35 AM batty3108
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[FatalFlaw]] is his Pride.
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[FatalFlaw]] [[FatalFlaw Fatal Flaw]] is his Pride.
11th Feb '16 4:52:05 AM batty3108
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[Fatal Flaw Fatal Flaw]] is his Pride.
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[Fatal Flaw Fatal Flaw]] [[FatalFlaw]] is his Pride.
11th Feb '16 4:49:57 AM batty3108
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[Fatal Flaw]] is his Pride.
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[Fatal Flaw Fatal Flaw]] is his Pride.
11th Feb '16 4:47:06 AM batty3108
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** Furthermore, his insurance would have covered some treatment, just not very good treatment. The treatment that he opts for is not covered, and although he has already started cooking by this point, some old friends offer him a job with insurance that would cover the more expensive treatment. He rejects this offer (which would have solved both his medical bill issues as well as vastly improving his financial situation) in favour of cooking meth, because, as the show goes on to repeatedly prove, his [[Fatal Flaw]] is his Pride.
10th Feb '16 12:03:28 PM star3catcher
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather it seems to have be that the moon itself functioned as a CrystalPrison or possibly a SoulJar for her (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather it seems to have be been that the moon itself functioned as a CrystalPrison or possibly a SoulJar for her (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
10th Feb '16 12:02:25 PM star3catcher
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Derpy Hooves's obsession with muffins and association with delivering mail are never seen in the show. (She does say "Muffins!" at one point in an early episode, but so do about three other ponies at the same time.) She is, however, seen doing what appears to be moving company work in one episode, and wears a saddlebag with a muffin-shaped clip in another episode, though there is a separate pony who handles mail delivery in Ponyville.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' ** Derpy Hooves's obsession with muffins and association with delivering mail are never seen in the show. (She does say "Muffins!" at one point in an early episode, but so do about three other ponies at the same time.) She is, however, seen doing what appears to be moving company work in one episode, and wears a saddlebag with a muffin-shaped clip in another episode, though there is a separate pony who handles mail delivery in Ponyville.
10th Feb '16 11:57:40 AM star3catcher
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather seems to have be that the moon itself functioned as a CrystalPrison or possibly SoulJar (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather it seems to have be that the moon itself functioned as a CrystalPrison or possibly a SoulJar for her (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
10th Feb '16 11:56:39 AM star3catcher
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather seems to have been trapped in a rockier version of a SoulJar (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
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** Despite what common fan depictions will show, Nightmare Moon was ''not'' banished ''to'' the moon, the opening narration by Princess Celestia/Twilight specifically states she was banished ''in'' the moon. She would not have been running around on the surface, but rather seems to have been trapped in be that the moon itself functioned as a rockier version of a CrystalPrison or possibly SoulJar (as indicated by the mare's silhouette that appeared on the moon when Nightmare Moon was sent there and disappeared when she escaped).
10th Feb '16 11:53:35 AM star3catcher
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*** Further confusion was added to this when the official My Little Pony IDW comics actually ''did'' depict Nightmare Moon banished to the surface of the moon (and running her own whole kingdom of nightmare creatures at that), but as it has been confirmed that [[ the comics' canon has no true baring on the show's canon]], this depiction is moot.
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*** Further confusion was added to this when the official My Little Pony IDW comics actually ''did'' depict Nightmare Moon banished to the surface of the moon (and running her own whole kingdom of nightmare creatures at that), but as it has been confirmed that [[ [[http://www.equestriadaily.com/2015/02/clarification-on-mlp-comics-vs-show.html the comics' canon has no true baring on the show's canon]], this depiction is moot.
10th Feb '16 11:49:59 AM star3catcher
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*** Further confusion was added to this when the official My Little Pony IDW comics actually ''did'' depict Nightmare Moon banished to the surface of the moon (and running her own whole kingdom of nightmare creatures at that), but as it has been confirmed that [[ the comics' canon has no true baring on the show's canon]], this depiction is moot.
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