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Leaves' Eyes [MLP: FiM fanfiction]Part 1: Parasite "You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star."― Friedrich NietzscheTwilight was thinking. It was only a half-formed thought, though, with no real hooks she could attach to anything else. Perhaps it was more of a musing than anything else, she was thinking about how everything leaves a trace. like this book, for example, the first casuality of a period where she tried to read in her bathtub. (Everything went well, until spike decided to cannonball in and from that day its had a stain on it.) Perhaps she had just read too much detective fiction, but she could really understand the method Pony detective Shellshock Shaft used in "The Case of the Missing Horse Shoe", where one look betrayed that the masked pony claiming to be sent by Duke Kensington was in fact the duke himself wearing a mask. When her assistant, Watterson, questioned her logic, she had brilliant explanation involving pose and accent. Maybe it didn't quit
A Cowardly Kind of ToleranceI admit it, whenever anybody uses the word "tolerance", a warning light flashes in my head. It's one of those words like "freedom" that everybody can agree that they are for, but no-one can agree on what exactly it means. These kind of words provide a really nice and polished façade for a lot of less palatable ideas to sneak trough.You're probably not going to make many enemies by promoting "tolerance" in a very general sense. Even intolerant people wants tolerance, for themselves if nothing else. It doesn't really require much effort to be tolerant, in fact, it doesn't even require you to understand anything about what you claim to be tolerant of. Tolerance in the general sense is something you take a stance for when you want to feel good about yourself but lack the spine to support any specific issue.Now, specific issues of tolerance are often really controversial, it's hard to fight for gay rights, for women's rights or for the rights of minorities, be they ethnic