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Pony football is an amalgamation of American football and what the rest of the world knows as football. It most resembles soccer, although fans of American football would recognize the lining up, drives and constant instant replay reviews.

Last week's vote incentive and donation incentive were an amazing success! There will be two bonus comics at the end of the month. I better get to work!

Edit: For those concerned about the birthstones, here is a compilation of several different lists. Blue topaz is listed for December under the modern birthstones.



Feb. 10th, 2010 11:26 pm (UTC)
Cute kitty, but incorrect birthstone. :(

According to my copy of the 5th Edition of "Gems: Their Sources, Descriptions and Identifications," the official birthstones list as follows (According to the National Association of Goldsmiths of Great Britain and Ireland): January-Garnet, February-Amethyst, March-Aquamarine, April-Diamond, May-Emerald, June-Pearl, July-Ruby, August-Peridot, September-Sapphire, October-Opal, November-Topaz, December-Turquoise.

I have heard of Blue Zircon being used for December (it's what my gemstone ordering catalog lists the birthstone as), but I've never heard of Topaz being used for the same, in any of it's many colors (nor Ruby, for that matter). It's possible that it's different in other countries, but with the cultures you're using between the locals and Brightly, Topaz is not normally associated with December. (Though apparently Topaz is also the stone for Sunday. O_o)

Yeah, I'd say Sweetsong made an interception. XD
Feb. 11th, 2010 12:22 am (UTC)
Yes, the list I have is the same as Kazzellin's. My hubby's birthday is in November and as far as he's always known, Topaz is his birthstone. :)
Feb. 11th, 2010 12:39 am (UTC)
featherfire addressed this above. Blue topaz is one of the December stones, along with a few others.

Edited at 2010-02-11 12:40 am (UTC)
Feb. 13th, 2010 02:06 am (UTC)
I did find a resource that lists Blue Topaz and Tanzanite as alternatives to the Blue Zircon, but Wiki seems to be the only one listing Ruby. *scratches head* Crazy thing is, not even the GIA's website had a list! You'd think they, of all people, would have one. Weird~!

(Soon, soon Topaz will be the birthstone for all the months! We've already got November, and December has already fallen! With the coatings and treatments we now have, we can give all but two months a Topaz birthstone~! And those two - they too shall fall to the might of Topaz! Mwa-hahaha~ >:D "Mereow." O_o)

Wait - between Ice Blue, Swiss Blue and London Blue, which one do they mean? O_o (Swiss Blue was the first I think, so maybe?)

(Don't mind me, I've been up since 3:30am. ^^; )
Feb. 13th, 2010 03:55 am (UTC)
I usually see a very light blue. I remember when I was in high school, and we got our class rings, my friend complained because his (December) stone was such a light, weak blue.

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