Ser Jorah Marmot

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  1. Beet pancakes.
  2. Agreed. If you can time travel as casually as you might drive to a hotel, it is definitely cheating. But if you can only travel once, then it is the equivalent of being deceased to your previous spouse and remarrying.
  3. Here's one by the Ukrainian band B&B project. That harp looking instrument is a traditional Ukrainian bandura.
  4. Maybe it's because he's just that selfish, and figures he's that powerful. Thinks that you can hate/threaten someone and they will still help you. Like if Dany was a sales associate and Viserys was a customer. He swears, and threatens, and calls her all sorts of things, but when he needs to return a t-shirt, she'll help him.
  5. Here's a classical violin medley. Also a treat for the eyes, for those of certain tastes.
  6. The one who can't make a left turn can only do one thing wrong. The one who doesn't pay attention at lights could do anything.
  7. A fireman could be one who fires people, or one who fans the flames of love. Unless there is a rule that states that the thing acted upon must be physical.
  8. Glad you enjoyed the fourth. Being in Switzerland, there were no celebrations, except when the Swiss Army had an unrelated ceremony in a public park. Their old muskets sound about the same as ours. I hope the US can grow to be that great country your grandson takes it for.
  9. I actually liked Sansa. Not for what occurred during her chapters. Arya, Tyrion, and Bran were more interesting in that respect. But in terms of character voice, Sansa being so trusting and petty, telling a complex story through her eyes is quite an undertaking. Sansa offers us an opportunity to see how conniving everyone else is, and to see how a child's innocence gets trashed. Out of anyone in aGoT, I'm curious to see what happens to Sansa.
  10. When the show first came out, everyone had an opinion about it. That GRRM was as good as Tolkien, that he wrote such realistic characters. Or that he was just appealing to the masses and writing predictable characters in manufactured shades of gray. So I decided to see for myself.
  11. I'm trying out Assassin's Apprentice. The further I read, the better it seems to get.