Even in the book, there’s no compelling context to Euron. Why is he angry? Why is he a psychopath? We understand Ramsay’s motivation to be a true Bolton because of his backstory. We definitely understand Cersei’s relationship with prophecy and wanting to be a son to her father. The Greyjoys and Sandsnakes def feel tacked on.. because they were in the book and even more so in the TV series.
Saw your show in 200o (?) at UPenn in Philly. Still one of the best concerts I’ve been too because everyone was into it and we all sang the words. Still have that blue t-shirt I picked up from merch that was a size too small. Keep on keep on: http://blog.joshuanguyen.com/post/95397943772/in-awe-of-poets-who-can-come-up-with-words-like
“To stay, a new service has to be truly exceptional. And it has to be truly exceptional to a massive number of people you want to be connected to.”
Actually I disagree a bit here. To be exceptional, a new network has to be CRAZY exceptional to a FEW people who will experiment each other. That’s where new forms of…