Exactly, Dany's core desire was to be loved/adored - she resorted to rule via fear when she felt no one, Jon (also her only last living relative), the people, etc loved/adored her. Aemon's speech about a Targaryen being alone in the world as a "terrible thing" was the most blatant foreshadowing the show ever did.
Things would have gone a whole lot differently if Jon had a little bit more of that Ned blood in him and could keep a secret. Jon really does "know nothing" and should never have told Dany "hey actually that throne that you've brought 3 dragons to take is actually mine, but like, I don't want it - OK?".
This will probably be a very good section of the books if they ever come out with all the internal voice and thoughts. I really don't remember Jon in the books being so unable to read the room.
I'm ready for "Ice fishin' with Jon and Tormund"
Drogon "discerned" the real reason Dany died was her lust for the throne - not Jon. Actually one of the better moments of the episode.
That's the symbolism anyway.
Folks in the south refer to OSU as "the place 5* linebackers go to disappear"; it is definitely used against OSU in recruiting.
Then you will have a team that is more like Kentucky than Alabama/Clemson.
MD is probably on the way up. Their team speed was very noticeable; glad Jalen Hurts turned down Locksley's pitch to come up there and play.
Whatevs, I'm ALL IN on Guardians of the Galaxy Volume: (Fat)Thor .
I'm fully expecting Star Wars to be a huge letdown. Kathleen Kennedy running that ship into the ground.
Isn't Adam Warlock a member of the GotG and a "good guy"?
GRRM says he "doesn't have time to watch GoT" yet is tweeting about how great Knightfall on the History channel is... that pretty much tells me what I need to know about the shows' writing.
It sucks that the execs clearly got involved and penny pinched to some degree. These "shortened" seasons have been too truncated and the pacing is just bad. Killing off another dragon and sending Ghost to the wall = saving $$$ on that CGI budget. Anyone who has read the books knows how central the theme of the Stark kids and their dire wolves is to the series - and the show is just like "see ya Ghost!". The show really failed to do the wolves justice while giving the dragons (admittedly cool) all the glory.
They just never really seemed certain how to integrate the Wolves... which is a shame... Danny gets to trot out her dragons to intimidate everyone all the time for conversations- Ghost should have been there with Jon when he told her his secret.. staring her down which would have been a GREAT ice&fire counterpoint to Drogon staring down Jon. (You're not the only one with a powerful, mythical creature by your side!)
Oh well, i'll try to enjoy the final two episodes for what they are.
Rodgers wasn't a one man show. JJ Arrington and Marshawn Lynch made a pretty good collegiate backfield. They were a goal line stand away from an undefeated regular season with a road win over #1 USC at the absolute pinnacle of USCs dominance.
Higher than any player in OSU history.
That was a demolition of the nation's "#1 defense". They even got the calls (even Michigan radio personalities said it looked like make up work for 2016) and the big break before halftime and still got housed.
Big12 trash football destroyed us in the 'Shoe and has been in the playoffs above OSU two years in a row... fwiw
You mean like FULLBACK.
Doubt that supports your attempted "subtle" point here.
There is no racial tension in UGA
I'd be interested to know how you possess such vast knowledge.
imo, The "best vs deserving" is a debate for the "losers" - not the undefeated P5/ND team. Without that golden ticket in CFB, you break it and turn it into an ESPN-driven beauty pageant even more than it is now.
ND lost to us via the "eye test" in 2018, no doubt. Everyone knew they weren't that good, but undefeated means something in the college game. I'm fine with them getting in.
If they run the table again in 2019 and have victories over Georgia, Michigan, VT, Duke, Stanford, and USC they should be in again as well.
FWIW - Those "lumbering" tight ends are both about to go in the top 20 of this year's draft.
I'll take a few of those on my team please.
Joe Bauserman looked great in the spring game. It matters not.
Not too mention every OSU fan on the planet is lying if they tell you they wouldn't have loved to have the one and done rule in place around 2003... guaranteed 'ship if there ever was one.
He has won titles in the 90s, 2000s, and 2010s... I'm fairly certain he will continue to win no matter what the high-school NBA entry rules are.
The 2011 comparison is dumb. That's all I have to say.
The B1G West should be real interesting. They have some legitimate QB talent over there now...
I think you're going to see some shootouts in the "boring" B1G West!