Warrior

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    The frequencies in my head are not known to normals..

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  1. So you say that company that folded says that an anonymous person said that someone delivered something to someone at or around Peyton's address? CASE CLOSED, THROW PEYTON IN JAIL
  2. Perhaps there was absolutely no evidence in the first place, and they realized that?
  3. Your line of thinking would have locked the Redskins into a long-term deal with RG3 after one very good season. How would that have turned out? Luckily, McLovin is a little smarter than the average message board poster
  4. BB never pandered to the lower tier of the audience the way GoT does from time to time. Don't get me wrong, Winds of Winter was a good episode with a VERY good 20mins or so. But it's simply not on the same level as the best BB episodes. Perhaps what is holding GoT back is the fact that the show goes out of it's way to throw in as much action, backstabbing, drama, twists, etc. at every turn. When these things happen in BB, it's much more real and unexpected. You can also only see so many heads being chopped off and main characters being killed (and sometimes re-animated) before it starts to lose its effect. GoT has great characters, but they're nowhere close to as developed as those in BB. The characters in BB slowly morph over many seasons and you can see both good and bad in just about all of them (except Walt Jr). GoT is much more cut and dried, to allow the audience to digest it more easily. Very few characters really develop or show both good and evil. BB is an incredible, nearly perfect show. It's a work of art. GoT is a very good show, with a ton of gore/violence/boobs/action thrown in to try (a little too hard) to keep its audience entertained.
  5. Says the guy ranting on a message board to make sure everyone knows his stance on an issue.
  6. You're like my mom...she cleans the entire hotel room before she leaves. Hard to tell how many jobs you're costing the cleaning crew. Shame.
  7. Based on the one team he's been "put on"...which has had an all-world defense? lol
  8. He should have fired a 5th arrow. If he's confident enough to hit an unpredictably moving target... from 300 yards away...through the heart...with a single attempt (he only tried on #4) then I'm sure he could have put #5 through Jon Snow's brain without any difficulty at all. But nah...he'd rather not.
  9. To be fair, I did reference you in my first paragraph
  10. They disabled the magical anti-white walker door on that little cave pretty easily.
  11. I loved this season, but you have to admit that there are some really trite, facepalm moments when the show really beats us over the head with something. It really panders to the simpletons watching from time to time. It was mentioned one page back, but deserves to be repeated. Ramsey purposely missing on the first 3 arrows, then perfectly sniping the (running) kid right through the heart from a mile away? Give me a break. I haven't rolled my eyes that much in a long time with this show. An inch in any direction and he would have survived just like all of the other characters do when shot with an arrow. Then the grand wildfire stash plan almost being ruined because they left it wide open for anyone to wander in and pinch out three candles? Again, maaaajor rolling of the eyes. Such a pandering way to create fake suspense. Both of these moments took away from two of the most incredible scenes I've seen in GoT, which was a shame. Still A+ TV though.
  12. Jeff T has AJ Green ranked BELOW Karlos Williams. Safe to say he's "down on" Green...though no explanation is given. Also safe to say that Jeff T's opinion deserves a "lol"
  13. lol...a guy who obliterates the all-time 3pt record "would've been a nice valuable commodity, but not MVP or star" What a moronic statement.