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Megamind animal caricatures by Unicornarama Megamind animal caricatures :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 23 16 'Tis a Head by Unicornarama 'Tis a Head :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 8 7
Why I Support CCM
I generally dislike the term CCM (acronym for Christian Contemporary Music), because it's usually used in a derogatory way by fundamentalist and other ultra-conservative Christians (for the sake of time, I'll group them all as "fundamentalists.") I've been listening to the debates (sometimes called "Worship Wars") back and forth for as long as I can remember, and I think it's high time I put my thoughts on the matter down in writing.
For those who don't know, there is a significant movement within the Christian church to shun all contemporary music, especially Christian contemporary music. 9 times out of 10, they're just repeating what their parents taught them. However, a few actually do have reasons behind what they believe. I respectfully disagree with those reasons, and I'll explain why.
2 Samuel 6 condemns those who look down on or even despise alternative forms of worship, which, if I may say so, is precisely what fundamentalists do when they say it's wrong to worship God or hono
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Supernatural Ponies: Dean, Sam, and Castiel by Unicornarama Supernatural Ponies: Dean, Sam, and Castiel :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 15 6 Supernatural Ponies: Archangels by Unicornarama Supernatural Ponies: Archangels :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 18 10 Supernatural Ponies: Bobby and Crowely by Unicornarama Supernatural Ponies: Bobby and Crowely :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 13 4 Supernatural Ponies: Anna and Naomi by Unicornarama Supernatural Ponies: Anna and Naomi :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 10 2 Supernatural Ponies: Charlie and Hannah by Unicornarama Supernatural Ponies: Charlie and Hannah :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 13 13 NLD by Unicornarama NLD :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 24 20 For Karissa by Unicornarama For Karissa :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 30 7 Goldfish by Unicornarama Goldfish :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 34 9 The Australian Guard by Unicornarama The Australian Guard :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 90 68 Live and Let Live by Unicornarama Live and Let Live :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 35 28 Defeated Foe by Unicornarama Defeated Foe :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 70 63 Logic and Love by Unicornarama Logic and Love :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 45 58 Spring Blossoms by Unicornarama Spring Blossoms :iconunicornarama:Unicornarama 49 7
Feel free to browse through my gallery folders! My "Featured" folder contains what I feel is my highest quality, but also non-controversial artwork. My other folders contain my complete works! I enjoy working with many different styles, subject matter, and mediums. I often deal with hard subjects in my stamps, journals, and comics, but I welcome respectful disagreements. Feel free to share my artwork on DA and other websites, but please credit me if you do so. Thank you!


MLP: SPN's Gabriel by Mychelle MLP: SPN's Gabriel :iconmychelle:Mychelle 76 10 Rain by Gassada Rain :icongassada:Gassada 558 53 Star Wars - You were the chosen one! by Okha Star Wars - You were the chosen one! :iconokha:Okha 1,614 222 break by Adangi break :iconadangi:Adangi 595 24 Lion AU: Ryan by Aibyou Lion AU: Ryan :iconaibyou:Aibyou 72 7 Grey parrot by RiverRaven Grey parrot :iconriverraven:RiverRaven 78 15 Weird Dream by AliTheCat1989 Weird Dream :iconalithecat1989:AliTheCat1989 35 3 So, it begins by Petite-Madame So, it begins :iconpetite-madame:Petite-Madame 758 95 TEAM FREE WILL by Life-Writer TEAM FREE WILL :iconlife-writer:Life-Writer 2,089 71 Kovu's Pride by Capricornfox Kovu's Pride :iconcapricornfox:Capricornfox 562 44 Attyla #1 by Suramii Attyla #1 :iconsuramii:Suramii 43 18 Amalia  #1 by Suramii Amalia #1 :iconsuramii:Suramii 52 10 The most sad part of Lion King by Frog-FrogBR The most sad part of Lion King :iconfrog-frogbr:Frog-FrogBR 2,676 330 Zootopia - Sinbad by Shadeink Zootopia - Sinbad :iconshadeink:Shadeink 85 5 Concept idea by leovictor Concept idea :iconleovictor:leovictor 65 1 Mane 6: Applejack Stamp by the-ocean-sings Mane 6: Applejack Stamp :iconthe-ocean-sings:the-ocean-sings 235 43


Dragon Species
I make dragon species for you to use in your artwork, writing, etc. Every species comes with a detailed specimen painting that I will note to you without the watermark, and you will be free to use the species description in any way you want.

I accept general to very specific ideas. If you've just got a story that you want a cool dragon for and you need it to fit certain requirements, that's fine! And/or if you've got an idea already made up with its own description and everything and all you need is the painting, that's fine, too! Just let me know.

I accept points and/or PayPal. Thank you for reading!




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Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu ABOUT ME Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
Heteromantic asexual, Christian, Female, INTJ - I'm an aspiring artist who specializes in animals, fantasy artwork, and portraiture. My other studies include philosophy, hermeneutics, and environmental biology (emphasis in zoology.) I'm not perfect and I've made mistakes just like everyone else, but I try to put the past behind me. We can't change the bad things that have happened. Life stinks sometimes, so laugh at it! I aim to be a positive influence on others, but I won't deny the evil that exists in the world. I want to help spread love and joy.

I have a very tender heart, and I have and will stand up for the voiceless, be them human or animal. I have obsessive haters because of this, but haters gonna hate! I've been bullied verbally and have even received death threats from said bullies, although they deny it and try to shift the blame on me, all in typical bully fashion. If you've been bullied, I really sympathize with you. Words can hurt worse than anything, but don't give up! Always remember that there are people out there who care about you even if it looks like the entire world hates you. If you need someone to talk to, feel free to message me! You are not alone. :hug:

I also have a strong sense of justice and I value purity very highly. I think that's why I love unicorns so much, aside from the fact that they're happy, sparkly horses! They stand for many things I believe in: compassion on helpless creatures, sexual responsibility and restraint, and caring for the environment.

NLD: I have been professionally diagnosed with non-verbal learning disorder (NLD), which means that I have difficulty picking up on social cues, reading between the lines/picking up on subtext, etc. I speak very literally. It doesn't affect IQ or my ability to perceive reality. Sometimes I say things that may come across as angry or harsh when I don't mean them that way. I'm actually a very goofy, happy person by nature! Most of the time when someone gets offended by something I said, it's because they read something into it that I never said nor meant to say (remember, I speak literally). If I ever say something to you that hurts your feelings, please tell me. I acknowledge that I have difficulties in this area, and I don't want to hurt anyone.

Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu ADOPTABLES / COMMISSIONS Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
My commissions are currently CLOSED. I'll reopen them hopefully in December and then again in May, but right now I'm very busy. I'm sorry!

I make dragon species adoptables that anyone is free to purchase, and I take requests for art. I currently accept both points and actual currency (PayPal.) Because I'm usually working on several different projects at once, please don't expect your request to be finished overnight. If you have a deadline you need it for, please let me know. Thanks!

Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu PRINTS: Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
I upload low-resolution, watermarked copies of my art onto dA, but as I own the full-size unmarked images, if you'd like a print of something, feel free to ask and I'll see what I can do!

Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu BLOCKING: Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
I am pretty easy-going and I don't enjoy blocking people, but I will block people if
A) I feel threatened or unsafe by their messaging me (such as if they are stalking me, they have or are threatening to steal personal information, etc.)
B) they are exceeding hateful and/or are spewing childish insults (I don't mind opinions and respectful disagreements, but hatred is a different animal, and I want no association with it.)
C) they have exhibited willful ignorance and they are pushing that ignorance on me.
D) a debate has turned into an is-to-is-not type of fight / they're repeating themselves like a broken record without taking my position seriously / they're repeatedly strawmanning something I have said.

As you can probably tell, all these things have happened to me before. If you believe I have blocked you unjustly, you may *respectfully* contact me through a *neutral* third party. I understand that I frequently misunderstand people (it comes with having NLD,) but if you respect me, I'll respect you, even if we disagree about something. I do not block people for disagreeing with me. Anything less than a *respectful* attempt to mend a relationship is block evasion and is against DA etiquette policy.

However, as I believe in second chances, I generally unblock people after a period of time.

Stamps about things that make me happy:
Horses stamp by Unicornarama Unicorn Lover by Unicornarama Goldfish stamp by Unicornarama Mustang Advocate stamp by Unicornarama Autumn stamp by Unicornarama Christmas stamp by Unicornarama Halloween stamp by Unicornarama

Stamps for adoption:
How Do YOU Know Itll Be Expensive Adopted into the Family of Christ Adoption is Not a Trash Can or a Pet Shop by Unicornarama Adoption is More Loving Than Biology by Unicornarama Consider Adoption First by Unicornarama What Did You Expect Are You Called to Adopt Is Adoptio Someone Elses Problem Adoption and Health and Mental Problems

Stamps for animals and the Earth:
I Support PZP on Wild Horses by Unicornarama Animal Adoption stamp by Unicornarama Save the Mustangs stamp by Unicornarama The Big Picture (save the mustangs) by Unicornarama Captive-Bred is Not Wild by Unicornarama Stewards of the Earth by Unicornarama AnimalAwareness stamp by Unicornarama The Damage Isn't Worth It by Unicornarama Service Dogs Are Not Slaves by Unicornarama

Religious stamps:
Christianity Doesn't Promote Murder or Rape. by Unicornarama Religious vs. Secular Wars by Unicornarama The Accuracy of Scripture by Unicornarama Hitler Was Not a Biblical Christian by Unicornarama Overpopulation is a Very Real Threat by Unicornarama Asexual Christian by Unicornarama

Political and other controversial stamps:
We Know You're Not Concerned About Our Health by Unicornarama Prolifers Value the Mother by Unicornarama Image and video hosting by TinyPic The Abortion and IVF Paradox by Unicornarama Your Choice by Unicornarama Pro-Life Violence is Not Common by Unicornarama Cause and Effect by Unicornarama Crisis Pregnancy Babies Have Homes by Unicornarama Not the Same Thing by Unicornarama The Fetus Doesn't Just Happen to Die by Unicornarama Underdiagnosed by Unicornarama Religious Freedom is for Everyone by Unicornarama Reverse Racism is Real by Unicornarama From the Lab, Not the Field by Unicornarama Be Careful What You Glorify by Unicornarama Transgender Restrooms by Unicornarama Read the Description by Unicornarama Not Always a Choice by Unicornarama

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As the debate over Planned Parenthood’s public funding intensifies on Capitol Hill, here are five important talking points to consider when discussing the issue:

1. Planned Parenthood is America’s biggest abortion chain, committing over 34 percent of abortions in the United States. According to its own 2014-2015 annual report, the corporation committed 323,999 abortions last year — that’s 887 abortions a day, or one abortion every 97 seconds.

2. Planned Parenthood lies about the scope of health care services it provides. The abortion giant only does 0.97 percent (less than 1%) of all Pap smears and 1.8 percent of breast exams in the United States. Planned Parenthood does not offer any mammograms, which President and CEO Cecile Richards was forced to admit to before Congress, contrary to previous claims. In addition, prenatal care is virtually non-existent at its facilities, as are ultrasounds for pregnant women who want to keep their babies. In contrast, it commits over 34 percent of abortions in America.

3. By redirecting taxpayer dollars away from Planned Parenthood, it would mean that the over 13,000 federally qualified health centers and community health clinics, which outnumber Planned Parenthood facilities 20 to 1, would receive funding instead. These clinics are more accessible and offer comprehensive health services and holistic care for women and their families, while not committing abortions – making these clinics far more worthy of our tax dollars.

4. Planned Parenthood is a scandal-ridden corporation. In addition to lying and misleading the public, Planned Parenthood has been exposed for its gruesome fetal parts harvesting practices. It has also been caught covering up sex trafficking and statutory rape, condoning sex-and race-based abortions, giving medically inaccurate information about fetal development, and coaching kids on risky sexual practices. The corporation promotes its abortion-first ideology at all costs — even lobbying for infanticide and against protections for babies with Down syndrome and disabilities.

5. Planned Parenthood and its supporters emphasize that federal funds are not legally allowed to be used for abortions; however, money is fungible. With its over $500 million in taxpayer funding, Planned Parenthood is able to free up expenses to expand facilities (and therefore abortions), lobby lawmakers, spend millions to elect pro-abortion candidates, etc. For example, Planned Parenthood spent over $30 million dollars to elect pro-abortion candidates in the 2016 Election.

When the facts are considered, there should be no question that Planned Parenthood should be completely and permanently defunded. It’s time for Congress and President Trump to end taxpayer subsidies to the abortion corporation.


WARNING! The following contains disturbing information.

On top of promoting overpopulation, abortion, and discouraging adoption, the IVF industry has introduced yet another reason to loath it: jewelry made from the "extra" babies conceived during IVF treatments. Just when I thought IVF could not stoop any lower, this came to light.

May 9, 2017 (ALL) -- The latest fashion news from Australia is truly demonic: “Human embryos left over from in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures, as well as other bodily parts and fluids, can be transformed into jewelry.”

Baby Bee Hummingbirds, the company manufacturing these trinkets, is known for creating keepsakes containing such things such as breast milk and umbilical cords. Its latest product, the “leftover” human embryos from a couple’s IVF cycle, is, according to company founder Amy McGlade, a work of art. McGlade stated: “I don’t believe there is any other business in the world that creates jewelry from human embryos, and I firmly believe that we are pioneering the way in this sacred art, and opening the possibilities to families around the world.” McGlade says that this pioneering art of embryo jewelry is her way of giving couples “the everlasting tangible keepsake of a loved one that you can have forever.”

Naturally, many people find this disturbing. Writer Simcha Fisher is as disturbed about this latest Australian fad as we are, and in response to McGlade’s sentimental query “What a better way to celebrate your most treasured gift, your child, than through jewelry?” wrote:

Well, you could let him live, I suppose. You could allow him the basic dignity of spending time in the womb of his mother, to live or not, to grow or not, but at least to have a chance. You could celebrate the life of your child by giving him some small gift of warmth and softness, however brief, rather than letting him travel in an insulated pouch from lab to lab, frozen and sterile from beginning to end. You could conceive a child so as to give him life, and you could rise like a human should above the blind proliferation of biology.


Jennifer Lahl of the Center for Bioethics and Culture Network expressed her disgust as well: “It’s so undignified that these embryos have been destroyed to become jewelry. . . . I thought, ‘My gosh, it really has hit rock bottom.’”

But what many people apparently do not see is that the floor—or should I say the underside—of rock bottom where the synergies of evil reside is the practice of IVF itself. That [IVF] is where the lack of respect for the dignity of human beings actually begins.

From a merely humane view of the child, we must realize that nobody has a right to a child. We must also understand that every child has the right to be procreated within a marriage and to have a stable family from the beginning. And certainly no child should ever be strung around someone’s neck in a piece of jewelry.

... The blithe acceptance of the enormous number of abortions involved in the process of in vitro fertilization [including by Christians who claim to be pro-life] vividly illustrates how the replacement of the conjugal act by a technical procedure—in addition to being in contradiction with the respect that is due to procreation as something that cannot be reduced to mere reproduction—leads to a weakening of the respect owed to every human being.

There is no doubt that the progeny of in vitro fertilization and other reproductive technologies has done nothing to restore respect for the dignity of the human person. On the contrary, it has contributed to a cultural attitude that the human embryonic child is a thing, a possession, and a biological sample that can be accepted, destroyed, or frozen in time in a piece of jewelry.

Business enterprises like Baby Bee Hummingbirds gain traction in society because the bearing of a child has become nothing more than a mechanical function [or a fashion accessory]. And that, my friends, has taken IVF and the jewelry business to a new hellish low.

- Judie Brown (…)

Oh gosh, I just took one of those Myers-Briggs personality quizzes, and it's scary accurate! Apparently I'm INTJ…, intuitive, thinking, judging.) Sometimes it's called the Mastermind, lol! Oh wait, it gets better: apparently lots of villains and unlikely heroes are cast as INTJ. That's just too great! Oh, and apparently that means my Disney character is Elsa.…   That sounds so cliché, but what can I say?

You guys should take one of the quizzes and find out your types!

Lolz, this is what I found on INFJ.


It’s lonely at the top, and being one of the rarest and most strategically capable personality types, Architects know this all too well. Architects form just two percent of the population, and women of this personality type are especially rare, forming just 0.8% of the population – it is often a challenge for them to find like-minded individuals who are able to keep up with their relentless intellectualism and chess-like maneuvering. People with the Architect personality type are imaginative yet decisive, ambitious yet private, amazingly curious, but they do not squander their energy.

Nothing Can Stop the Right Attitude From Achieving Its Goal

With a natural thirst for knowledge that shows itself early in life, Architects are often given the title of “bookworm” as children. While this may be intended as an insult by their peers, they more than likely identify with it and are even proud of it, greatly enjoying their broad and deep body of knowledge. Architects enjoy sharing what they know as well, confident in their mastery of their chosen subjects, but they prefer to design and execute a brilliant plan within their field rather than share opinions on “uninteresting” distractions like gossip.

[This part made me almost cry with laughter at how true it is, especially related to my views on adoption and overpopulation.]
A paradox to most observers, Architects are able to live by glaring contradictions that nonetheless make perfect sense – at least from a purely rational perspective. For example, Architects are simultaneously the most starry-eyed idealists and the bitterest of cynics, a seemingly impossible conflict. But this is because Architect personalities tend to believe that with effort, intelligence and consideration, nothing is impossible, while at the same time they believe that people are too lazy, short-sighted or self-serving to actually achieve those fantastic results. Yet that cynical view of reality is unlikely to stop an interested Architect from achieving a result they believe to be relevant.

In Matters Of Principle, Stand Like a Rock

Architects radiate self-confidence and an aura of mystery, and their insightful observations, original ideas and formidable logic enable them to push change through with sheer willpower and force of personality. At times it will seem that Architects are bent on deconstructing and rebuilding every idea and system they come into contact with, employing a sense of perfectionism and even morality to this work. Anyone who doesn’t have the talent to keep up with Architects’ processes, or worse yet, doesn’t see the point of them, is likely to immediately and permanently lose their respect. [Okay, some people do lose respect in my eyes very quickly, but they can regain it if they try. It's not permanent with me.]

Rules, limitations and traditions are anathema to the Architect personality type – everything should be open to questioning and reevaluation [oh gosh, YES!], and if they see a way, Architects will often act unilaterally to enact their technically superior, sometimes insensitive, and almost always unorthodox methods and ideas.

This isn’t to be misunderstood as impulsiveness – Architects will strive to remain rational no matter how attractive the end goal may be, and every idea, whether generated internally or soaked in from the outside world, must pass the ruthless and ever-present “Is this going to work?” filter. This mechanism is applied at all times, to all things and all people, and this is often where Architect personalities run into trouble. [Preach it, brother!]

One Reflects More When Traveling Alone

Architects are brilliant and confident in bodies of knowledge they have taken the time to understand, but unfortunately the social contract is unlikely to be one of those subjects. White lies and small talk are hard enough as it is for a type that craves truth and depth, but Architects may go so far as to see many social conventions as downright stupid. Ironically, it is often best for them to remain where they are comfortable – out of the spotlight – where the natural confidence prevalent in Architects as they work with the familiar can serve as its own beacon, attracting people, romantically or otherwise, of similar temperament and interests.

Architects are defined by their tendency to move through life as though it were a giant chess board, pieces constantly shifting with consideration and intelligence, always assessing new tactics, strategies and contingency plans, constantly outmaneuvering their peers in order to maintain control of a situation while maximizing their freedom to move about. This isn’t meant to suggest that Architects act without conscience, but to many other types, Architects’ distaste for acting on emotion can make it seem that way, and it explains why many fictional villains (and misunderstood heroes) are modeled on this personality type.

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The above episode of the show Horseland is probably one of the best episodes of a kids' cartoon that I've ever seen. Almost all kids' shows touch on bullying, learning disorders, etc., at some point, but few are this plain and to-the-point.

The story centers on Chase, a boy with dyslexia. Unlike most children's shows, Horseland actually names the learning disorder specifically, and then goes on to give encouragement to kids who have it, along with strong admonishment to kids who might make fun of or bully kids who have learning disorders and/or mental illnesses. Often times kids don't catch on when a show is merely hinting at mental disorders, so I think it's great that it actually stated exactly what was going on. Kind of like My Little Pony: Testing, Testing, 1 2 3, this episode could be a massive encouragement for kids struggling with mental or learning disorders of any kind, but especially to those who have dyslexia. Imagine how a dyslexic kid would feel watching this, especially if he/she has ever been bullied. Here's a kid going through the same (or at least similar) things they've probably gone through, and here he's learning how to work with his disorder to make himself stronger. This episode could help a dyslexic child realize that they're anything but stupid. They're just different, and there's nothing bad about being different!

And then to top it off, the dog Shep tells all kids flat-up never to bully, and never to support or even allow bullying. Most kids shows touch on bullying, but few are this explicit. It also acknowledges one of the most common places that bullying takes place these days: the internet. I mean, come one! When was the last time you saw a children's cartoon address cyber-bullying? I wish kids' shows were all this applicable to life.

I personally know how hard it can be to grow up with a learning disorder, especially one that can make you look clueless at times. I have non-verbal learning disorder, which basically means that I just don't understand things that are non-verbal. I speak literally, and sometimes figuring out what other people are saying is like trying to crack a code. Sometimes I misunderstand sarcasm, or, most frequently, people read unintended meaning into my (very literal) way of speaking, which generally results in them getting offended. Essentially, they're offending themselves, but it still doesn't make the situation any easier. It was very problematic on Facebook. You can read about my former Facebook struggles here. When I was growing up, I had little to no encouragement or understanding from friends or family. Seeing an episode of a show I watched that had a character going through similar problems would have made my day back then, and here Horseland is trying to do something just like that. It's about dyslexia, not NLD, but the motive behind the episode remains the same.
"There's nothing funny about laughing at somebody. If you see a friend doing it, ask them to stop. If you see it on TV or the internet, turn it off. Let's make this world a nicer place."


OH MY GOSH there's a new Star Trek TV show coming out this Fall! Apparently it takes place before the original series. I wonder if they'll have baby Spock and baby Kirk? I hope they bring in a little baby Spocklet! :D :D
What's with the search function on here? I suddenly can't search anything! I can copy-and-paste a deviation title into the search bar and it still says "0 results found." Da heck?
BLM considers using cattle prods on injured, frightened horses just "a little boost":…

Maybe Miss Melanie hasn't been around horses for very long, but when a terrified prey animal lies down and won't move, it's because they are either in so much pain that they can't move, or they're so utterly terrified that they've given up hope of surviving. It's not normal for a horse to "just lie there." In her own words, Melanie calls this kind of thing common in her line of work.
I hope animals get equal rights with people. Then I can get tax deductions for all the dependants in my aquarium. :D
I like most of the DA layout changes, but I don't like how everything we post is automatically put into Featured artwork, and then you can't take it out of Featured once it's there. Not tryin to be negative, here. Just a little annoyed. Anyone else feel this way about the new submission system?
EDIT: Nevermind, someone showed me how to use it! :)


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FluffyKyubey42 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Really sad to see another good artist who's also a homophobe.
Unicornarama Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student General Artist
A homophobe who supports gay rights and qualifies as LGBTQA? That's interesting concept. What makes you say that?
FluffyKyubey42 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I dunno, maybe a certain stamp of yours?
Unicornarama Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student General Artist
A stamp which you refused to read and then openly lied about reading? Please.

Instead of spamming me, please keep the conversation contained to said stamp, thanks.
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L-Kidogo Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks so much for the llama <3
Unicornarama Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student General Artist
Sure! I was returning one that you gave me a long time ago. Finally getting caught up on my feedback messages!
BouncyBloodBeast Featured By Owner May 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh hey another christian, just don't mind me I'm passing through, let me hit that ol' watch button.
Unicornarama Featured By Owner May 10, 2017  Student General Artist
moonwinq Featured By Owner May 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist…

found another cruel act and knew to bring it to you
Unicornarama Featured By Owner May 10, 2017  Student General Artist
That makes me so incredibly angry. And do you know what's even more pathetic? Anti-Mustang groups get the majority of their "statistics" and "proof" of Mustangs supposedly being invasive from Wildlife Services. That organization has so much blood on its hands it's unspeakable. It makes me sick to know my stalkers support it.

Thanks for the link!
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