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  1. Maybe objectively Aenys might have been better than Aegon, but I do think someone who has been collaborating with the Targs and fighting against the Blackfyres for years might just be loyal to the Targs.
  2. Maybe Bloodraven was just loyal to the idea that no Blackfyre should ever sit on the throne?
  3. Since when can you consider a ship a crack ship? Nedbert is really one of the most romantic ships... "Fifteen years past, when they had ridden forth to win a throne, the Lord of Storm's End had been clean-shaven, clear-eyed, and muscled like a maiden's fantasy." "The Others take my wife," Robert muttered sourly, but he started back the way they had come, his footsteps falling heavily. "And if I hear 'Your Grace' once more, I'll have your head on a spike. We are more to each other than that." "this was the Robert Baratheon he'd known and loved. If he could prove that the Lannisters were behind the attack on Bran, prove that they had murdered Jon Arryn, this man would listen. Then Cersei would fall, and the Kingslayer with her, and if Lord Tywin dared to rouse the west, Robert would smash him as he had smashed Rhaegar Targaryen on the Trident. He could see it all so clearly." The knight - Robert - killing the dragon - Rhaegar - to protect his maiden - Eddard. So romantic
  4. Jeyne Westerling when she stands up against her mother: The girl turned her head away. "It is nothing," insisted her mother, a stern-faced woman in a gown of green velvet. A necklace of golden seashells looped about her long, thin neck. "She would not give up the little crown the rebel gave her, and when I tried to take it from her head the willful child fought me." "It was mine." Jeyne sobbed. "You had no right. Robb had it made for me. I loved him." The widow rode with downcast eyes, huddled beneath a hooded cloak. Underneath its heavy folds, her clothes were finely made, but torn. She ripped them herself, as a mark of mourning, Jaime realized. That could not have pleased her mother.
  5. They already have been talking for zeven hours...
  6. In Belgium we are already waiting almost 1,5 hours to the press conference where we will be hearing our how-we-will-get-out-of-the-lockdown strategy. It will still take some time because first we have to see the finale of the two very popular Flemish soaps! Jeey! It takes also some time to make the powerpoint.
  7. Tomorrowland and all festivals are cancelled in Belgium
  8. No, it was Greg van Avermaet... Knowing when to sprint is apparently still the most important to win the race. Years favorite, and first win! Finally
  9. In Belgium we are starting to win against the virus. Over the last 24th hours more people could leave the hospital than they had to be taken in the hospital. Almost three weeks after the start the lockdown! And a day after the numbers in Italy are also getting better (less people on intensive care) So, people, it really works to stay inside! Big courage to everyone!
  10. There are today less people on Intensive Care in Italy than yesterday!
  11. There will be a Tour of Flanders Lockdown Edition this weekend! The only times it has been cancelled was during WOI and this year.
  12. And the borders of Belgian just got semi-closed - everything we do here is a kind of semi : all non-essential travel to Belgium is forbidden. Thank, god, it was kind of discriminatory Belgians could only for the essential things leave their houses and could not travel abroad but people from Netherlands kept entering Belgium for cycling when they are trying the weird herd immunity thing. At the same moment the PM of the Netherlands said he want to keep the borders open but he didn't take account our inhabitant of the Cremlin - IMO the last competent minister of this authoritarian Belgian government.
  13. Or maybe not? It isn't clear yet.
  14. Belgium is going to a complete lockdown - but we cannot call it a lockdown; Result because Belgians aren't capable of following easily guidelines. We are however very capable of circumventing those guidelines, f.e. closed restaurants, let just by food and eat at the terrases. We are a bunch of children. And it is written by the Flemish: everything is apparently very detailed.
  15. Apparently one of our specialists is saying you should wait a complete lockdown until the peak is reached? What? The? Hell?
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