Edward Murrow apparently didn't have the intestinal fortitude to tackle the subject of "Bronies." However, the winner of the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Exploration and Journalism about five minutes after his debut on MSNBC, Ronan Farrow, dared to investigate from deep inside the world of Bronies. Forget a missing Malaysian airliner, phony Obamacare numbers, or Russia grabbing Crimea. Farrow reveals a topic of real importance.
So what is a Brony? I could explain it briefly to you but the humiliation would overwhelm me. If you want to risk losing way more brain cells than you are willing to part with, then check out the video below the jump. And after watching it you might want to recuperate with a cup of hot cocoa served up by Pajama Boy.
So what's next for Ronan Farrow? An exclusive interview with Tinker Bell? Perhaps she can hover gently over Ronan and wave her magic wand to disperse Pixie dust over the Cronkite Award winner to make his ratings go poof and disappear. Or would that Pixie dust be unnecessary?
And didn't that whole Brony thing actually begin with Will Stockdale over 50 years ago as you can see below?