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JB Bama
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Game of thrones -spoilers warning

Eman5805 has said before he's read the game of thrones books. He's posting in the game of thrones episodes as a non-reader and giving his "theories". This is at least the 2nd week he's done it.

He posted comments in season 1 about how the show differed from the books it's in his post history.
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Tiger1242
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So maybe he just read season one? Seriously why do you non readers hate past information?


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Link?


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Tino
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Why can't the book readers just stay out of the non-reader thread?... It's ridiculous that this happened every week


Tiger1242
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Y'all are just way to sensitive


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Game of Thrones is a TV show right?

is a TV show right?

is a TV show

TV show


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The book readers need to stop trying to police the non reader thread through posting in it.

Instead, just RA the spoilerish posts.

Book readers also need to keep their bitching about the non-reader thread out of the reader thread IMO.


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This thread makes me smile.


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Tino
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Indeed... Thank you sir


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are you suggesting a 4th GoT in game thread?

Game of Thrones: Middle Ground Bitching Thread


JB Bama
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Eman mentioning a point he read in the books.

Eman "guessing" plot lines

He's done it multiple times at this point.
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y'all are the whiniest bunch on this site.


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Napoleon
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Why can't the book readers just stay out of the non-reader thread?... It's ridiculous that this happened every week


had JBbama not posted in the other thread there will be no problems.

two people were getting theories that were close. Let them. Of course some of them will guess. Just stay out.

Don't respond to them in that thread, don't white knight. Just post in any other thread but that one.

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Iona Fan Man
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Eman "guessing" plot lines


I was in the spoilers thread a few weeks ago asking about a theory I had that I didn't want to post in the non-spoilers thread....they told me I was wrong in my theory and then purposefully tried to spoil everything (because of who I am)

anyway....one thing that was "spoiled" for me, is something that he mentions in his "guess"


so he's either only read the first book or two and hasn't gotten as far as the current series, or he's pretending to not know, and spoiling at the same time.


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I said this in the reader thread...i didn't know about his post history and whatnot, i just saw that he was talking like one word of dialogue from the show and blowing it up into a big theory that was exactly right and impossible to draw from the snippet he took out of context.


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Carson123987



you were the one who was telling me I was wrong about Snows mother, or were you the one that made that one paragraph spoiler tirade...saying "I just ruined the series for you"?


ETA: went back and checked, neither was you
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you were the one who was telling me I was wrong about Snows mother, or were you the one that made that one paragraph spoiler tirade...saying "I just ruined the series for you"?


uhh no....


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Tiger1242
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I don't post in y'all's thread bc I'm a reader, but from some of the stuff I've read in it, y'all take people giving you info on stuff that's already happened in the show as a spoiler. That's why you all come off as whiny bitches, you'd rather be confused and not know anything than have someone help you out on stuff that's already happened


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you'd rather be confused and not know anything than have someone help you out on stuff that's already happened

correct b/c of past problems with book readers posting in the thread....its been tried before..its a shame but the only way it will work is if book readers don't post in the thread at all


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