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George RR Martin hints at 'bittersweet' Game Of Thrones ending

George RR Martin hints at 'bittersweet' Game Of Thrones ending

The latest book in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, A Dance with Dragons, left readers with a (sort of) cliffhanger by doing what he typically does - kill off a fan-favorite character. " Game of Thrones " finale may come as a great warning to the viewers who expect a few happy endings on the end, but don't get your hopes up too high! But this time he adds the idea that he feels we all need to have “hope” which is a more positive take on the bittersweet angle than I think ...


Jennifer Lawrence Reveals Plot Details from Amy Schumer Project:

Jennifer Lawrence Reveals Plot Details from Amy Schumer Project: "There's Not"

It'll be good to see Amy as the one together, though, since that's a change from what we usually see from her, in "Inside Amy Schumer" and "Trainwreck". We haven't heard much more about it since then, though its mere existence has sustained the hopes and dreams of many a J-Amy fan. "So we've gotten thru a very strenuous procedure without ever fighting, 'cause we’re both very simple".


Pittsburgh Steelers claim PR/KR Jacoby Jones off waivers

Pittsburgh Steelers claim PR/KR Jacoby Jones off waivers

Jones, a Pro Bowler in 2012 while playing for Baltimore, has returned five kickoffs for touchdowns in his career. Archer is a speedster but never carved out a prominent role in Pittsburgh. But it was in a November 2013 game in Baltimore when Jones did not score on a kickoff return that became the most infamous in the rivalry between the Ravens and Steelers.



DOESN'T ADD UP Clinton emails challenge her Benghazi testimony

That is really special. As if the Republicans insisting on a pointless committee designed to make  Clinton  look bad and the Democratic objections to  this  practice had the same amount of facts backing up their assertions. As  time  passed, evidence suggested that what had happened in  Benghazi  wasn't a demonstration that  got  out of hand but instead a well-planned terrorist attack.