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  1. elliesmom says:

    Daenerys is Jon’s aunt. As acceptable as a joining of the two of them may be in the world of GOT, I don’t see the story going that way. If Jon wasn’t a bastard, he would have a higher claim to the throne than she does. I see an ending where Jon becomes the King on the Iron Throne. There are only a few episodes left, and the story has to move soon from the battle between Cersei and Daenerys to the fight against the White Walkers. I think Daenerys and her dragons will defeat the Lannisters sooner rather than later. They don’t really have an inherited right to the throne, and no one will be sad to see them go. Cersei’s prophecy says one of her brothers will kill her. I’d like it to be Tyrion, but at this point it’s just as likely to be Jaime. Jon is only a cousin to the Stark girls. Maybe a Jon and Arya romance?

    • Venus says:

      Jon being a bastard isn’t clear. In the books his parents — Rhaegar Targaryen & Lyanna Stark — may have been married and the show hasn’t said for sure either way. It would be very against the character of the sister of Ned Stark to have had sex out of wedlock. Leads me to believe Jon is legitimate. Plus in the books it is clear that it is the dragon blood — not the status of being born in wedlock — that gives the claim. So Jon has the better claim.
      Dany is arrogant and naive — she has a lot to learn before she can be queen but I don’t think she’s a villain — she and Jon are two heads of the dragon — my question is who is the third? All three will have to work together to win and to rule in the end.
      Jamie for sure is going to become the Queen Slayer to finish his arc.

      • And you saw this suggested tonight in Gilley’s reading from the master history, but ironically she got cut off by Sam bitching about not being heard himself.

        • Venus says:

          All the important stuff is subtle — 2 episodes ago when Jon arrived at Dragonstone and told Davos “I’m not a Stark” and then the Dragon buzzed him.

          But of course, he is a Stark on his mom’s side. He is ‘the song of fire (Targaryen) and ice (Stark)”

          I also think this episode moved along the Dany & Jon romance (” At least you wont have to deal with the king of the North” ” I’ve grown used to him”)

    • Venus says:

      BOOM! Rhaegar’s marriage was annulled and he was married in a secret ceremony. Jon Snow is legitimate.

    • 1539days says:

      Confirmation bias. Her neighbor does one thing she doesn’t like and one thing she does like. Because said neighbor is pro-Trump, her misdeeds are her true self and her good deeds are disingenuous. I’m sure her Trump-hating neighbors good actions are typical of their behavior and any unpleasantness is somehow a misunderstanding.

    • I don’t think Niles is long for this whirl. Somebody musta red-pilled him.

  2. votermom says:

    I’m hoping Jon gets to ride a dragon.

  3. jenlyntx says:

    We are living in sad and dangerous times people. The thing about tearing down statues is that you are destroying history and that upsets many people. Many people have relatives who died in wars, served, sacrificed, or have other emotional attachments in addition to the fact that when you tear down a statue you do nothing but look dumb–can’t change history and by forgetting it you simply promise a repeat. Furthermore we have allowed Soros and the Dems and the media to ascribe the term alt-right to anything American and as such we push those on the edge to act because they are actually being actively prodded to do so. I am not saying do not hold bad actors responsible but rather this is not an accident and if the civil rights lawyers want to investigate something they should investigate the connection between Soros, the Dems, and the media and what their total lies are driving those on the edge to do. Anyone with a brain knew what was going to happen in Charlottesville or at least knew it would be bad. It is time to reign this in and I hope Trump and his team have a plan because this is only going to continue and get worse. Also, I say FIRE any police chiefs and/or mayors who tell the police to stand down when crimes are being committed who the hell are they to CHANGE laws based on who is breaking them. Do you realize how dangerous this is people?????? When people break laws they should be arrested. Period. Real real easy. We have a real life Game of Thrones and it is even more twisted than the fake one….

    • I have been saying for a while now that sooner or later it was gonna get ugly and people would get killed. I didn’t try to predict which side they would be on.

      • lyn says:

        The Democrat mayors let it happen.

        • Constance says:

          And the ANTIFA Dems always show up armed. I’m sick of this violent Dem crap and the way they sit around parsing words. The good news is you can’t watch any TV during this time of year, not even the weather report so I’m accomplishing a lot. I’m kind of bored with the garden I think I’ll paint the living room.

          • Lulu says:

            I’m painting my dining room GREEN! Dark shiny forest green. Changing the artwork, dishes in the hutch, etc too. Maybe new chandelier shades (hate the doody looking ones I have) and buffet lamps if I can find any I like. If I like a green dining room I might next have a green kitchen (just walls).

          • lateblum says:

            I’m painting the living room, too. A pale grey-green and the hallway as well. The dining room I’ll be a pale teal and the back bedroom will be a lilac tinted grey-white it will be beautiful as it is adjacent to the pale jade kitchen. It’s a new world! Haven’t painted in 25 years. By Christmas, I’ll have some new living room furniture. I haven’t had the furniture replaced in nearly 40 years! I seriously cannot believe it has been that long. Only my kids – well the first 2 – are older than my furniture. I haven’t replaced them yet, even though I threatened to do so , several times. lol

          • Constance says:

            Well I have kind of an odd color system going. I have those natural finish oak floors so they are a pretty strong yellow-brown. Then I looked at this oriental style blue and cream and gold rug on line because it was odd and they kept sending me discount offers on it and then when they sent the free shipping coupon I bought it. Since then I’ve been trying gray paints but they all turned green on me until I found a violet gray called “on the rocks” from Sherwin W. and I just bought some white linen curtains. So this might turn out kind of girly but who cares! It’s just me now.

          • taw46 says:

            Lulu, years ago I visited someone who lived in a rowhouse in DC. Her front three rooms were painted in shiny, deep colors (red, green, blue). They were gorgeous, I couldn’t decide which I liked the best.

  4. mothy67 says:

    I wish this kid was my neighbor- I hate cutting grass.

    • Lulu says:

      Remember the Trump rallies were white supremacist rallies too. In proggy-towns those cops stood down too by order of pols. So we have political terrorism by non-policing. Or withholding “safety” for political opponents. Very fascist.

      • lateblum says:

        Think Chicago. Trump’s campaign rally was canceled and due to the violent actions of the paid anti-Trump protestors, Trump supporters and others who just wanted to hear him speak before the election, had to be escorted out in order to be safe.
        Brown shirts and thugs…

      • lyn says:

        Stolen and posted on my FB page.

    • Mary says:

      Because the Virginia governor ordered them to.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The McAuliffe fans are saying that little grandstanding speech just announced his Presidency. Whoa! That would be fun. Too much baggage with the Clintoons and DNC.

    • Lulu says:

      AND that’s his defense for manslaughter or second degree murder. Some variation of self defense with extenuating circumstances that he couldn’t leave the area, in his car with Anti-fa blocked streets, safely and he panicked because of a stand down order by the mayor. He will claim he was threatened and maybe beat up already. Not saying it will work but that is what his lawyer will claim and there is some video evidence.

      • lateblum says:

        If this guy has a diagnosis on the Autism spectrum, as was implied by a couple of items I saw and skimmed last night, he may also be able to use that as a defense. He was unable to tolerate the level of tension and affect and unpredictability shown by the crowds and could not monitor/manage his own emotional reactions and better manage his behavior. (I’m not excusing his actions, just suggesting another, different defense.)

        • Lulu says:

          I’m not defending him either. But the set up for those defenses is going to piss off the progs big time. And the other thing. The “group” of righties may have been a set up by Soros to draw in guys like this. Anti-fa is set up to draw in their loons so set one up for right loons to really mix it up. And what was up with them wearing “white” polo shirts? It just seems like the idea of a Soros agit-proper hipster bigots and as a way to easily identify the righties when they got their permit pulled and were told to disperse through the mob and through town trying to leave. The “white” collared shirt marked them for terror and abuse.

      • taw46 says:

        My thought, too, that will definitely be brought in by the defense. Damn, that was a lot of baseball bats, and they showed up immediately.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Not helping the victims either. Why wasn’t the street blocked off to traffic? So many mistakes were made by local authorities. The reason for protest/rally permits is to plan this in advance. If Antifa had a permit, it would have never been approved since these two groups would NOT be allowed in town on the same weekend.

  5. DandyTIger says:

    BTW, in case you didn’t know it, Charlottesville is a super liberal city. As in around 97% voted for Obama. Massively supported Burnie. Burnie even came to C’Ville a couple of times. Not much turn out for Hillary in the general though. She was way to conservative for them. Puts the nazi stuff in some context. Liberal towns and cities seem to have interesting drama.

    • Underwhelmed says:

      You get arrested for doing that. It’s ignorant beyond belief. I have no sympathy for the tourist.

  6. Dora says:

    I feel like smacking him!


    Some things NEVER change: One GUESS how Obama shared his thoughts about #Charlottesville

    Many political figures were out in full force condemning actions in Charlottesville, Va. yesterday and calling for peace, unity, etc. And of course Barack Obama was front and center offering his two cents:

    Well, his two cents and a picture of … himself.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Round 2? And will Antifa be required to obtain a permit?

    • elliesmom says:

      When OWS wanted to set up shop in Boston, the Mayor had them sequestered on college campuses in Boston and Cambridge. People were walking through Harvard Square and gawking at the OWS zoo behind the big iron gates that surround Harvard Yard. Northeastern also had a large group. Eventually, the colleges got tired of having a pig sty in their midst, and “discouraged” them.The OWS folks sang and read poetry on some of the street corners, but they weren’t allowed to camp in the Commons or the Boston Public Gardens.
      But Tom Menino was Mayor of Boston then. I don’t know how the current mayor will handle this. I know he put a stop to protesters blocking the expressways through Boston, but not immediately. I know his days will be numbered if protesters are allowed to trash the Gardens. They been the pride of the city since the early 1800’s, the first public garden in the US. They’re adjacent to the Commons, where the protest is scheduled. While reliably Democrat, South Boston was also home to the busing riots in the 70’s. The city was under court ordered busing of students until the late 80’s. It was never popular, but most definitely not popular in Southie. The “distant past” in Boston is further back than that. They’re still mad at New York over the Revolutionary War so I’m not sure BLM will be as popular as they think they’ll be. They didn’t win any friends blocking the highway exit to one of the city’s busiest hospitals. The college students will not have returned to the city on the 19th. It’s anybody’s guess how this will play out, but the Boston PD is not known for standing own.

  8. Dora says:

    • Anthony says:

      Well to be fair, the MSM insisted he call the “enemy” by their name. Pics even better lmao

      • lateblum says:

        I heard something on the news this morning about PDJT not identifying “by name”, the “white supremacist” groups. I believe that if he does name names (of the groups), it won’t be enough. Then they’ll want more groups named, then they’ll want individual people identified, then they’ll demand the firing of advisers and then Cabinet secretaries, them
        Then they’ll demand Trumps resignation – but only after Pence is removed. It will go on and on until the Dems – who are the rightful rulers of the nation – are back in total control of government. Then there will be peace in the world as we know it once again. /s
        (I have heard pieces of this plan spoken in all seriousness by various people in the little enclave of democrats known as the town where I live.)

  9. elliesmom says:

    I just got booted out of a discussion about women in STEM majors in college. I posited if half the women who complain about not enough women in STEM fields entered a STEM degree program, there would be no shortage of women in the field. The real kicker is I was the only one in the discussion with a STEM degree. smh They objected to my saying, “If you want a woman to do something important to you, be that woman.”

    • DeniseVB says:

      As Christina Hoff Sommers says, if you want to make more money get a STEM degree, not Feminist Dance Therapy. She’s a great advocate of there’s equal opportunity but you’re not guaranteed equal results, since that depends on your choices in life.

    • Miranda says:

      My BS was in chemistry. I worked in labs for a few years, but decided I didn’t like it, so I went into technical communications for a masters. I enjoy writing much more.

      It was interesting though. We did hazardous waste testing. ‘Huh, this has 500 mg cyanide/whatever. Time for lunch’. Also, since we made our on solutions, there was a huge jar of some kind of cyanide derivative in the un-monitored cabinet. I could have gone on a killing spree.

      The one time I had some trouble with a guy in the lab (not sexual, he was just an ass) he started towards me, and I looked at the bottle of hydrochloric acid, which was on my side of the lab bench, looked back at him, and he stopped.

      For flashpoint testing, we had to put an amount of the unlabled waste in a cup, heat it, and stick a flame down into it and determine at what temperature the gas ignited. Before one of the other techs rigged up a mirror, you had to have your face over it, and someone (not me) lost their eyebrows.

      Science in the 80’s!

      • Constance says:

        I too am a lab worker (except I like it). I can remember people smoked under the hood where some hazardous chemicals were stored. Also always drinking coffee at the bench where all the chemicals and cultures were being used. Now there is no smoking anywhere in the hospital and having food or drink in the lab or even putting lip gloss on in the lab is enough to get you fired for ignoring safety rules.

        • Miranda says:

          On one sample, the tech opened it under a hood, and the bacteria for BOD test conducted in a separate part of the lab died.

          Another (supervisory position) would pipette by mouth. She did this when she was pregnant. I always wondered how many heads the kid had.

          Someone (possibly asshole guy) poured HCl down the open sink in my lab room. I didn’t realize this, went to rinse out a pipette, inhaled, and couldn’t talk for a few days, due to a burned throat lining.

          As for smoking, when Mom was getting her overnight chemo treatments, I’d have to go outside with her while she smoked. There would be a line of IV-attached patients puffing away. The hospital finally did away with all that.

    • DandyTIger says:

      You got booted because the point of the discussion was not to solve the problem. The point was to complain, be a victim, and demand free stuff and accommodation.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    I kinda watched GOT last night. Well, it was Cinderella (w/Lily James) and found out her “dad” and the “prince” were both in the earlier seasons of GOT. So, there’s that 😀

    • lateblum says:

      I finally watched Season1 episode1 on Friday night. I haven’t been able to watch it since that sweet darling boy was pushed off the tower by the guy who said, “what I do for love”. Was that little boy called Bran? Anyway, I’ll try to watch more tonight after a very busy day with appointments and then spending the afternoon with 6yo gbaby #1 and 3yo Calamity.
      Perhaos I’ll be able to get names straight then.

    • Lulu says:

      This is EXACTLY what was done at the Trump rallies when the police directed people exiting the rallies THROUGH the screaming mob wanting them to be injured or terrorized.

    • DeniseVB says:

      It all smells of intentional riot provoking, Antifa goons should have been no where near a permitted protest rally. Blood is on the hands of the city leaders.

      • Anthony says:

        Agree. See my comment to Taw below about who owns this bullshit. McAulliffe and the Mayor both are responsible, as are the MSM who hyped this whole event for a week prior. I hate them all today.

    • taw46 says:

      Anthony, she is right about what happened. I watched a little of that early that morning. The police did indeed push them out, into the Antifa/BLM crowd. I saw them throwing things and swinging clubs at the marchers. No police interfering. And at that time, the marchers were not reacting to the Antifa crowd, even though they were the ones being violent. FOX even interviewed one of the marchers, to ask him where they were going. He said he did not know, but that the police told them they had to leave the park (where they had a permit to demonstrate). I had to quit watching, because FOX did not mention or condemn ANTIFA, even while they were showing the video.

      • Anthony says:

        Lulu mentioned that above. They did the same thing at the Trump rallies during the campaign. The onus is on the governor and mayor, who respectively issued and implemented the order for the police to stand down. Fuck the lot of them.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    This is what a terrible President really is. Trump is the polar opposite and why he must be destroyed, lol !

  12. taw46 says:

    As I said yesterday, and we all know, no matter what Trump says, it will never, ever, EVER, be enough.

  13. Dora says:

    On it goes.


    Baltimore mayor contacts contractors about removing Confederate monuments

    • lateblum says:

      There really IS a plan to upset and incite people who see the drastic changes and who don’t want to see this nation become one like Afghanistan and Iraq and other countries where Taliban and ISIS have destroyed the history. I said something like this to my neighbor on Saturday. She said, “Good. I hope all you racists die and burn in hell.”
      I cannot wait until the next time she asks me to watch her condo while she goes to Florida for half the year. Any ideas of what I should say???

      Gotta go for the rest of the day. Hope you all have a good one!

    • taw46 says:

      She wants to avoid the violence of Charlottesville, so she will push to have 4 monuments removed right now. Yeah, that will work. And as a bonus, she won’t have to address all the problems in her city. Just like the mayor in New Orleans.

  14. lyn says:

    Texas is awesome!

    • lyn says:

      I hope it works.

      • Somebody says:

        NJ has already done that and other states need to do it too. If they show up in your state, arrest the little fucks and put the squeeze on them. Infiltrate them, follow the money to the head of the beast. Bring RICO charges against them, annihilate them. They are a terrorist group, violence ensues wherever they show up.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    The Dems seem to have hit a wall 😛

  16. lyn says:

    h/t to Swannie

    The pigeons weep.

  17. Dora says:

  18. foxyladi14 says:

    It will get worse before it gets better.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    I think Maxine Waters called Dersh a racist, so his opinion doesn’t matter, right? 😛

  20. Dora says:

  21. Dora says:

    Can hardly keep up.


    Gainesville removes Confederate statute

    Statue being returned to local chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy

    • taw46 says:

      “GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Crews are removing a Confederate statue that was created as a memorial to men of the Gainesville area who lost their lives in the Civil War.”

      Protesting the dead. I guess it is only a matter of time before they dig up all the Confederate graves and toss the skeletons into garbage dumps.

  22. taw46 says:

    “The president of an organization that reaches across racial and cultural lines to bring Americans together around the nation’s foundational principles says he condemns both the “white right group” and the “counter-protesters” who participated in the events in Charlottesville Saturday.
    Bishop E.W. Jackson, the president of S.T.A.N.D., said in a Facebook video Saturday during the events in Charlottesville, “Both sides of this want us divided racially.”

    “The bishop adds that the insistence by some on the left that monuments to, or public buildings named after, founding fathers who owned slaves be removed or renamed is “preposterous” and “ridiculous.”
    “You’re not going to find any person in American history who was perfect, just like you and I are not,” Jackson continued. “To deny the tremendous contribution to the notion of freedom and to the idea of each human being living out their God-given potential is also … preposterous … they illuminated the whole world with the idea of what it really means to be free!”

  23. gram krakka says:

    Meanwhile Mueller is quietly building obstruction of justice case against POTUS.

  24. CiscoKid says:

    This fool can’t be serious.
    Like Americans are just going to let him and his rifles walk up to the White House?😂😂😂😂
    “If the U.S. soils the homeland, the rifles would come to New York and take the White House,” Maduro Guerra said according to reports from Venezuelan media.

    Trump on Friday said he would not rule out the U.S. pursuing “a military option” against Venezuela, which has come under increased pressure for its human rights abuses.

    Speaking to reporters from his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., after meeting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, Trump said he has “many options” for Venezuela, “including a possible military operation, if necessary.”

    The White House later condemned the Maduro regime for its human rights abuses in a statement released late Friday, saying the Venezuelan leader had “refused to heed” the White House’s calls for the country to “hold free and fair elections” and instead “chosen the path of dictatorship.”

  25. DeniseVB says:

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Know your Alt-right 🙂

  27. helenk3 says:

    Just watched SpaceX launch. I am still amazed and awed every time I see a launch. We have come so far from Kitty Hawk and just think how far we will go>

  28. gram krakka says:

    Is the “stand down” order the VA Gov and Charlottesville mayor’s equivalent of “Bridgegate and Beachgate”? Will the lefties excoriate them as the did Chrisie?

  29. mothy67 says:

    Terrence Williams has now raised $3,503 for chicken.

    • CiscoKid says:

      That’s gonna buy a lot of yard bird.
      When I first read about Terrence a couple of days ago, that chicken he was eating looked sooo God I went out and bought some KFC.
      I was barely 11 am.

  30. taw46 says:

  31. taw46 says:

    I guess the left/MSM got what they wanted. The President condemned the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, by name. But not Antifa, they just got “other hate groups”. Guess they are given free rein now.

    And a lot of good that did him. Just read this article to see how it is covered. Just like we said.

  32. Dora says:


  33. taw46 says:

    And the rush is on, remove all monuments! And as we all know, it won’t stop at Confederate monuments.

  34. helenk3 says:

    interesting article. the unthinkable happened

  35. CiscoKid says:

    President Trump did it.
    Now it may be a slow road, but it’s on paper.

  36. DandyTIger says:

  37. mothy67 says:

    Sabo responded to my tweet. I feel almost famous.

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