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I think it's just a mustache and big ears that stick out.
I've supported Stannis from the moment I met him - among the claimants to the Iron Throne. He's a serious candidate. Much more so than Dany or the others engaged in the War of the Five Kings.Donal Noye, the blacksmith for the Night's Watch said, “Robert was the true steel. Stannis is pure iron, black and hard and strong, yes, but brittle, the way iron gets. He'll break before he bends. And Renly, that one, he's copper, bright and shiny, pretty to look at but not worth...
Very excited. Happy to have preordered navy. Now wishing I had ordered either saddle or mocha as well. I'll test the size and maybe I'll go for another if they still are in stock.
Not completely crap. Stannis correcting grammar was great. And Fat Walda. The rest was crap.
Jon Connington is my favorite character from the books who has never been and won't be introduced on the show. [[SPOILER]] Slightly ahead of Wyman Manderley.
I have had great success with Sarah from A Fine Pair of Shoes in terms of sizing advice for AS different lasts. I think I have bought 5 different AS pairs from AFPOS, all on different lasts, and she's nailed the fit each time.
Morley Safer. The only old guy left on 60 minutes. He wears a nice drape cut sports jacket most weeks with a fancy pocket square and a non-matching but complimentary tie. His color palate is outstanding. His fabrics are always interesting. He even makes boring suits look good with his accessories. Seems to like shirts with bold checks under his solid suits.
I've read them. They are worth reading. Much better than the two short stories about the Dance of the Dragons. They are especially worth reading integrated into the main story when they were released because there are a lot of parallels and it explains who one particular character is who first appears on the page in ADwD.
Also, the Faith has thousands of displaced pilgrims flocking to Kings Landing because so much of the country is destroyed by war and Winter is Coming. Many of those pilgrims are former soldiers who were tired of killing for their lords or their lords were killed and they didn't want to be outlaws/broken men. Instead, they took up arms for the Faith.
Starting?Seems like that's been true for well over a season.
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