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bigbardafree:

is your academic career supposed to be a crescendo because mine is a decrescendo to pianississimo

Mines sort of a downward glissando into an indefinite fermata.

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I had a dream last night

That I worked for Rooster Teeth. It was awesome.

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That brony con horror story was fabricated.

fivetail:

http://poniesforparents.tumblr.com/post/83522791511/a-word-about-bronies

OP literally made up a sexual assault and failed abduction story about an eleven year old girl for the sake of getting notes for anti-brony hate, and regardless of how you feel about bronies, that’s fucking disgusting.

Please stop reblogging it.

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Confession bear Explination.

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You called this a well written argument despite acknowledging it is completely wrong. That made me want to address it.
1) Rife with spelling errors. This is not a surprise, and we usually let it go when you spell poorly, but you can’t spell poorly then claim it is well written.

2) Your entire argument, despite you listing two years as a time frame, is incredibly narrow in scope. You acknowledge only the effects of recent events on Jaime and his character, which would be fine, IF this was the start of Jaime’s character development. However, it isn’t. We have much more information on Jaime, and by failing to acknowledge that information and backstory, you have shaded your view in a way that you have since acknowledged is wrong.

3) Your argument doesn’t make sense. You have failed to take into account that Cersei at this point has mocked and ridiculed him for losing his hand. Simultaneously, both Tyrion and Brienne have been sources if comfort to him. If comfort was what he was after, either of them would have been a much more logical choice.

4) You misinterpret his actions. You hold Jaime’s rape of Cersei as an effort to find comfort. That’s not what rape is. Rape is about power. Jaime’s power came from his sword fighting. As you have acknowledged, he lost that power. He tried to fight again, and was essentially reminded how weak he is. Cersei mocked him for losing his power. They used to be equals, but no longer. If anything, the rape makes the most sense in the context of a defeated man trying to assert his power in the wake of the loss of his son that he was powerless to prevent. That said, this argument only makes sense in a blank template. Once you apply it to Jaime and his backstory, it doesn’t hold water.

All in all, you’re argument is not well written, well argued, or well thought out. I’m sorry. You fail.
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