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Another Victory over Schneider (VoS) Day is coming up on March 26, so I thought I'd post the first half of a story I've been working on since last year, to be contributed to The-Doctor-W's DeviantArt Extended Universe, of which I'm probably the biggest fan. ^^;

Daniel James "Dan" Schneider is a xenophobic, possibly pedophilic television writer and producer who created a long list of live-action sitcoms on Nickelodeon. In two episodes of the first season of his sitcom iCarly (2007-2012), which follows two teenage girls who host a Webcast show, the recurring character Miss Briggs, portrayed by actress Mindy Sterling as a stereotypical "mean teacher," is shown to have an interest in the Scottish culture of her ancestors. However, odd as it may seem, no sane, rational American teenager or young adult within this universe likes bagpipes or Highland dancing, which, according to Schneider, are the only two things that separate Scottish culture from other cultures. This overgeneralization about American teenage and young adult attitudes towards Scottish culture is conclusive evidence that Dan Schneider is a xenophobic man with an infinite supply of cultural prejudices but complete lack of regard for his physical health (there's nothing wrong with being moderately chubby like Princess Elsie, but to say morbid obesity doesn't cause increased risk of health problems is simply ignoring all evidence!). As a half-Scottish person born and raised in America, I've become outspoken about this issue that's gone overlooked by the mainstream media since the episode aired.

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God bless you, Mindy Sterling, whose last name and red hair are obvious indicators of Scottish ancestry, for enduring Schneider's gross misrepresentations of our culture laden with factual inaccuracies. As of March 26, 2018, FREEDOM! IS!! OURS!!!

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