a reply to: JimNasium
What are you trying to say that the bushes and there employees knew what was going to happen on that day of 9-11? But ya seems a bit conspicuous
that, or not, may as well paint a big bullseye on it. Would people get it then, or is it all just elbows rubbing elbows. Its so crazy it just may be
something there, no doupt they need to create a comity to investigate the comity that investigated the comity on this thing, and then maybe another
comity to investigate that comity as well who investigated the first comity. And so on, you know just to see were the rub is.
But anyways, thats not important, whatever happened I am quite sure it does not matter. Except to the people who died that day maybe, or there
relatives and such, I suppose, oh! that and maybe Moloch, that one was always one for the whole pass through the fire thing. I am quite sure there
souls are held in his tight capable embrace. Generally it takes a soul about 5 billion or so incarnations to escape that seventh hell, eventually
after that they may find themselves on this plane of existence again, or not. That and the Lord of hosts, you know the lord of the armies, those two
sometimes go hand in hand it seems. Who knows what kind of crazy things all you nutters are up to now a days. But its probably nutty.
But anyways it does not matter now.
But that just may be for another thread, its so off topic.
As for the plot going on in the so obvious civil wars in that show, what we got one brewing in the north, one across the sea, and again one in so
obvious kings landing.... Again. And considering there has been one since before the story of the show got started. Its kind of duh moment! Was
there ever a time when there wasn't something brewing there? Even in the books and the history lore, its pretty much a continuous thing since before
the targaryans came to that land and city.
So ya! Whoever wins that little encounter, the lanisters and tyrels or the Sparrow and his followers, no doubt they will fall come next season to
another. Also I would not count out the high sparrow and his followers just flying away, for all you know he, and they, could be prepared and
waiting for such an outcome, may even be why he got all friendly with the boy king and kind of spilled out his secrets for some reason to begin with,
to eventually reach the ears of others oh so mysteriously, not to avoid a confrontation, but to create one.
Ohh! So exciting, the only thing more exciting would be if they brought strong belwas back. I am probably never going to forgive this author for
killing off, or writing off would be the more appropriate term, what was one of the best and most awesome characters in all of the history of
literature. The show is so much more lamer without him.