Login or register


Last status update:
Date Signed Up:3/09/2012
Last Login:11/28/2013
Content Thumbs: 1687 total,  1981 ,  294
Comment Thumbs: 741 total,  1097 ,  356
Content Level Progress: 88% (88/100)
Level 116 Content: Funny Junkie → Level 117 Content: Funny Junkie
Comment Level Progress: 20% (2/10)
Level 174 Comments: Soldier Of Funnyjunk → Level 175 Comments: Soldier Of Funnyjunk
Content Views:57215
Times Content Favorited:31 times
Total Comments Made:342
FJ Points:2450

latest user's comments

#51 - Family studies... 05/03/2013 on Finales +4
#21 - Yes. 05/03/2013 on boop 0
#109 - I had actually not considered that Jon Snow wasn't actually th…  [+] (2 replies) 04/27/2013 on Well aint this some shit 0
User avatar
#110 - roflsaucer (04/27/2013) [-]
I don't think Jon Snow is dead due to the simple fact of just how important he is. Other than Eddard, Catelyn, and Rob, none of the Starks have been killed. Jon Snow's position is important, as it's clear the biggest threat is the Others, as made clear throughout the books. I think, if Jon really is alive, that he is either saved by the Wildlings before he dies from the 3 or so daggers that he was stabbed with, or Melisandre revives him after his death. Or a combination of the two, where Melisandre rescues him somehow, and keeps him alive.

But I definitely think the Azor Azhai is more of a foreshadowing thing. I think it should be clear to everyone by now that Daenerys is going to be on the Iron Throne. She has the Iron Fleet coming to help her, The Golden Company and her brother, and all the armies of Dorne. And, the biggest thing of all: Dragons. The second half of the next book and the first half of the last will probably have to do with the conquering of the Northern half of Westeros after Dany and Aegon take out the Lannisters in the south, and beginning to have to fight against the Others. And, given Jon Snow's death, or subsequent leave of the Night's Watch as a result of his near-death, I think the Wall will fall without him. So Dany will have to contend with the now invading Others.

And I don't really know WHO Dany will marry for good. She's pretty whimsical about it.

And sorry for the REALLY long response.
#111 - discon (04/28/2013) [-]
Don't worry about the long response. I enjoyed reading it ^^
#11 - He  [+] (6 replies) 04/22/2013 on /b/, can you tell me a story? +17
User avatar
#13 - icameheretotroll (04/22/2013) [-]
#14 - mindfuckingtastic (04/22/2013) [-]
User avatar
#15 - samxdaxman (04/22/2013) [-]
User avatar
#16 - angelious (04/22/2013) [-]
User avatar
#17 - fedegon (04/22/2013) [-]
#20 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
#28 - What kind of insulin is injected into the blood stream? Also, …  [+] (3 replies) 04/07/2013 on Justgirlythings -12
User avatar
#107 - DiabloStrawhat (04/07/2013) [-]
Speaking as a Type One Diabetic:

uhhh, all insulin goes into the blood stream. Lurk more, newfag
#194 - discon (04/08/2013) [-]
Also speaking as a Type One Diabetic for 3 years, long term blood sugar average value of 5.7:

I have always been taught, and so have two other diabetics I know, that insulin is injected into the fat of your abdomen or your upper thighs. From there in disperses into the blood stream, attaching to the insulin receptor in your cells, opening up for glucose (I think) to enter your cell, and lowering your blood sugar.

Do you really inject your insulin into veins? Is it cheaper, or something?
User avatar
#47 - Schmeckle (04/07/2013) [-]
Nothing happens if you inject just a couple bubbles. Get out.