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KosmoCramer
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We have a highly likely book reader openly spoiling in the HODOR (non-reader)



Threads.

Last weeks thread makes it pretty clear.

I didn't know how to make the issue known to the fine admin of TD.com or if they already knew of the issue.

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KosmoCramer
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re: We have a highly likely book reader openly spoiling in the HODOR (non-reader)


First post from last week

2nd post


There are a two more, that also make it pretty obvious.

The poster is NawlinsTiger9.

It looks like Roger Klarvin has already been dealt with.






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I'll bet your neighbors the Schwartz's Loved you...






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KosmoCramer
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Good to see that you're equally unfunny on the help board as you are on the OT.







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fr33manator
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i strive for consistency, comrade







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massiveattack
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re: We have a highly likely book reader openly spoiling in the HODOR (non-reader)


I don't see any proof.

How do you know he's not just be a really good guesser?






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fr33manator
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How do you know he's not just be a really good guesser?



Wait, you can't possibly believe that a character that has had multiple people killed off to cement his own power would do it again, can you?






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PsychTiger
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He may just be more observant and better at connecting the dots than the rest of the Hodors.

I agree it looks suspicious, but I don't think it meets the standard of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Perhaps you could settle it by challenging him to trial by combat.



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KosmoCramer
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He also said this about littlefinger:

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I have no real reason to think that, it's just a fun theory.

He's a malicious and dangerous man who loved Lady Cat so completely that he could absolutely hold ill will against the Lannisters for having her killed.

He was also master of coin when the crown went into debt with the Iron Bank of Bravos - perhaps there's an angle there? Who knows.

He always talked about fricking his way to the top because he couldn't fight. Nothing says "fricking" like poisoning someone at their own wedding.

Seriously though, the only reason I think he'd be involved is because I really feel like he's going to be a big player as the story evolves and there has to be a time when he makes his reappearance.



It just seemed completely 100% spot on especially with the Iron Bank being a large part now.

Anyway, if they don't deem it to be complete proof so be it.

Thanks admins.



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TH03
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whiny

fricking

bitches






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KosmoCramer
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It was a clear spoiler posted after a clear request was made by the admins of TD.com.

They have since dealt with the issue.

Thanks for concern, however. Have a great day.






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VermilionTiger
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If you don't want to see spoilers on a show about a book, on a site with thousands of trolls, don't even go into the Episode-Threads. Why would you even set yourself up for that kind of shit?

For what it's worth, I haven't read the books and I don't even watch the show..so I'm being completely unbiased here. Spoilers are complete douches, but it's your own fault.






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TH03
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OMG he spoiled a tv show. the horror!!!

it's the internet, things will be spoiled if you go to threads specifically about what you're watching. hell I don't even read the threads or watch the show and it's been spoiled for me without me even trying to read about it. get over it.






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You complain a lot about complaining it seems.





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KosmoCramer
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OMG he spoiled a tv show. the horror!!!

it's the internet, things will be spoiled if you go to threads specifically about what you're watching. hell I don't even read the threads or watch the show and it's been spoiled for me without me even trying to read about it. get over it.


He spoiled a very small portion of the plot, but he pretended to be a person that didn't know anything that would transpire.

It's not the end of the world, but its clear now that he had some prior knowledge and pretended to just be really good at figuring out what will take place to the T.

You seem mad.

And Hugo is a Boss, I truly wish you weren't an illegitimate administrator on this fine site. I have not a doubt in my mind that you would truly excel in the role.

Kudos.






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but its clear now that he had some prior knowledge


Is it clear?






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TH03
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if you don't want the possibly of spoilers, stay away from threads that are breeding grounds for spoilers.

y'all have three threads for one show then 100 more on this board whining about people in those threads.






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So he guessed the conniving character who wasn't in attendance at the wedding and you think that proves he is a book reader?







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LSUBrad5277
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Non readers always think everyone else is spoiling the thread with book knowledge.

It's called reasoning, deduction, paying attention to details, and overall nerdy ness.

Stop complaining and bitching it's getting old and I don't read the books or watch the show.






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