M.A. Larson autograph spree ends with cosigning loan by


Over the weekend, Mitch "Coronate a Bitch" Larson went on a chaotic signing spree. While at Trotcon the man literally autographed everything in sight, from buses to barf bags, bathrooms to boxes, and most likely breasts as well. During this Sharpie-Brand rampage, the total-bro (though potentially inadvertantly) cosigned for a high-interest small-business loan with Horse-News.


During his permanent-marker mayhem, Larson was approached by an HN representative with a stack of legal documents and a notary and asked him to sign them at the bottom.

"The guy was a total bro about it. I said, 'Hey Larson! Can you sign this?' and he did. And then another page, and then a third page, and then his initials. I shook his hand and walked out with an affidavit from the notary. Was the easiest business pitch ever!"


With the Western Sky business loan paperwork in hand, our team now has access to just over $3,000 (at 89% monthly interest rate), with which we have agreed will be used to construct a new Horse-News Headquarters in Michigan. As it turns out, $3000 is enough to buy 8 square city blocks of prime Detroit real estate, which we will raze to the ground (with the help of the volunteer labor of the local population) and replace with an RV for cooking meth a respectable corporate office facility.


As Horse-News has no actual revenue stream it is quite fortunate that Larson was so quick to cosign the loan paperwork, making him the co-owner of several acres of pristine, war-torn projects in Eastern Michigan, and at least 6 unexplained corpses, and ongoing police investigations.

At press-time, Horse-News has received a report that Larson had also autographed an Ohio State Police Officer's face, a Pabst Blue Ribbon, a copy of "Atlas Shrugged", and a legal will that names my pet gerbil "Kevin" as the heir to his inheritance (if there is any after the cost of this loan, now valued at over $86K at the time of publishing).

Comments (8)

  1. "With the Western Sky business loan paperwork in hand, our team now has access to just over $3,000 (at 89% monthly interest rate), with which we have agreed will be used to construct a new Horse-News Headquarters in Michigan."

    >89% interest rate

    Dear Celestia above, that's an exorbitantly high interest rate for that small of a loan. O_O

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  2. Oh man, I actually saw that pile of garbage. I had no idea it had been signed!

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  3. Part of this will also go towards the van, right?
    I want to go to bronycon this year, pick me up in Kansas City.

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  4. Can't you niggas get ad revenue? I mean at the rate you're going you wont earn jack shit but you might get enough commission some art for the website. And by art I mean low tier clop.

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  5. 'Coronate a bitch'.

    Nice. But how exactly was it his idea to do that? I thought it was the execs. Where did their ideas end and his begin? Also, if they had it in store from Sept 2011, which was not long after Lauren left, does that mean that they'd started planning it out when she'd gone after someone had decided to wait until then to tell them, because they knew she'd fight it? And is the idea that she'd dislike it a fair assumption in the first place, or am I talking crap?

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