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The Old Nan theory

This Overlooked Game of Thrones Character May Hold a Major Key to the Series' End

If our Bran turns out to be the Bran who built the Wall, he may also play a role in other aspects of Westerosi history that are essential to the survival of mankind in the impending war against the White Walkers. His time traveling abilities may even be the key to their defeat, making him one of — if not the — most important characters in the series.
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Sports inquiry

Hi all! Here's just a short inquiry. Which is your fave sport to watch? Was it someone who inspired you to watch it, or was it a specific event related to that sport that got you interested? How often do you watch events from that sport?



And which is the biggest sports event you have been to?



What about practicing a sport? Which is the one you have practiced the most? Do you practice one at the moment, and how frequently? Have you competed professionally?
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Crazy GoT theory generator

I liked that one!

My fave "theory":

Lyanna Mormont made the Mad King mad
Ever since Bran’s Hodorrific powers came to light, fans have been eager to gobble up the all-bran breakfast cereal, i.e. blame Bran for all that happens, happened and will happen. As part of that, some fans claim that Bran showed the Mad King something that made him mad. But what was it that Bran showed him? White Walkers? Ice spiders as big as hounds? Maybe, just maybe, it was the sheer awesomeness of Lyanna Mormont. That’s more than enough to turn anyone batshit crazy, don’t you think?
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And this is happening in the 21st century...

Measles outbreak kills 17 unvaccinated children in Romania

A measles outbreak in Romania has killed 17 children and infected thousands more since September due to poverty and an anti-vaccination movement.

Romanian health minister Florian Bodog said that none of the children who died from the highly contagious virus had been vaccinated, adding that the last victim was a one-year-old girl from the northern city of Satu Mare.

More than 3,400 people have been infected since February 2016 compared with the year before when the country registered seven cases but no deaths, Mr Bodog said, according to the Hotnews.ro site.


...I suppose the Church is happy now? Presumably getting autism is impossible when you die of measles!?
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