Perhaps. I can’t speak to Whedon; he’s never killed off a character I’ve loved, save Phil Coulson, and, well, look how that turned out. But Martin seems to take a perverse glee in sticking it to his fans. I won’t debate his merits or lack thereof as a writer, that’s for others who care more about his work than I do; but a writer who crafts his work to goose his fans seems to me to be missing a fundamental point — just tell the best damn story you can and don’t worry about what the fans think or how they will react. If you do a good job the work will find an audience. I know that’s hopelessly archaic thinking in our world of instant feedback.
Republicans are scary but republicans under the age of 20 are even scarier
Yeah liberals are terrified of educated youth
did your dad tell you that
fox news says he’s not brainwashed so it must be true
I don’t see much difference between Young Republicans and Hitler Youth.
I love that last line.