Thomas McGowan picked the wrong home to burglarize. This week, the 25-year-old allegedly broke into the trailer of one Jimmy Morgan, Jr., a Game of Thrones-loving Christian man who isn’t afraid to use the “very quick, very agile and very deadly” short spear he keeps by his bedside.
Don’t fool with this dude. Actual quote, “I want to make sure that he understands that his life was mine to take.” Holy shit. Bonus points for wearing a Night’s Watch shirt.
Now that Wendy Davis has revealed she had two abortions I expect the Republican party will conduct themselves with class and dignity. Especially empathetic will be conservatives who have been blessed not to possess a uterus. And monkeys will fly out my butt. I can hear the mouth breathers already. Sick fucks.
I don’t think people appreciate the monumental task HBO has in adapting ASOIAF. Making an expensive, ambitious TV series out of a massive, hella complicated, cult series that has not been completed by an author notorious for taking his time is nothing to shake a stick at. Juggling this complex narrative without the stability of a finished text must be a stressful thing for the writers and producers. It should also be of no surprise that they can’t please every obsessive fan looking for the slightest divergence to nitpick over. I just feel fandoms can lose perspective.
Here we go again. Something happens in the Game of Thrones production (this time it’s cutting Bran’s storyline next season.) A bunch of people take to tumblr to start bitching and claim they are done with GOT and will stop watching. Yet we all know these same people will line up and watch when it comes back on.
Jessica Williams is a queen.
Something the dude bros should think about
Man, do not look up the Anita Sarkeesian tag here or on twitter if you want to avoid the most vicious and violent misogyny around. It’s enough to give up on humanity.
If you’re bitter about your favorite not winning, or even nominated for, the Emmys just remember that The Wire never won one.
Game of Thrones fans should take solace in that, even though it didn’t win anything, the most memorable moment of the emmys was Weird Al’s GOT theme parody.
I just started Supernatural and love it. One question, however. Is Sam getting captured and Dean having to free him a consistent occurrence? Because it’s happened quite a bit in the first season.