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#128 - Enough ancient ruins and palaces in India as well. 06/16/2015 on Cartoon animals re-imagined... +1
#260 - She's not talking about the Others who are at least assumed no… 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like 0
#251 - I agree. And let's not forget that Davos is after him. I think… 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +1
#244 - That's a possibility as well. Some people have suggested that … 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +2
#239 - I don't think Stannis is actually dead in the show. I think th…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like 0
User avatar #241 - grimsho (06/16/2015) [-]
Some people are even suggesting that Brienne will take him to the wall and let him take the Black to atone.
Either way you're probably right, but the show writers have months to decide whether or not they want to keep him alive.
Either way they're going to have a lot of justifying to do on Brienne's part in order to make sense of the fact that she abandoned her post, her sworn duty to Catelyn, just to get revenge on the person who killed her King, and then ultimately she lets him live, thereby meaning that she failed in the two tasks she lives her life for.
User avatar #244 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
That's a possibility as well. Some people have suggested that since Jon was the 998th commander and Allister Thorne will probably become the 999th, Stannis might become the 1000th and final lord commander who'll lead the watch against the Others.

I think that's very possible but it's also very likely that revived SuperJon will become the 1000th. Although I personally think Jon will become a Targaryen/Stark again after his resurection since 'his watch has ended' and he might even marry Daenerys and become a head of the dragon.

I saw someone post a great thing about Brienne's moment with Stannis. It basically boiled down to this: As Podrick comes to Brienne to tell her of Stannis she's watching the Broken Tower for a sign of Sansa. When Podrick tells het she immediatly wants to go after Stannis but you see her hesitate and look for a last time at the tower which she should be watching instead of going after Stannis. She then decides to go after Stannis anyway.

Fastforward to Stannis leaning against the tree with Brienne sentencing him to death. His last words: 'Do your duty'. She then realises the mistake she's made and hits the tree behind Stannis out of anger.

Now this isn't enough reason not to kill Stannis but I do think something along these lines happenend.

#236 - I hadn't thought about Daenerys going to Valyria yet. I'd assu…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +1
User avatar #249 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
I'll look it up.

And one thing that might still surprise everyone is Rickon. He's still out there somewhere with Osha. He has a good claim to Winterfell now that all his family members are "dead". Even though he's a bit young for all of that. He's young, he can probably learn Warg abilities just like his brother, but Rickon has always been as wild as his Direwolf. He could potentially be a great Warg.
User avatar #251 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I agree. And let's not forget that Davos is after him. I think Rickon has the best claim of everyone since Bran will probably live in a tree for the rest of his life.

I also like to think that the wolves are representation for their human partners(owner is not the right word) and knowing that I think Rickon will grow to be a huge beast of man!
#226 - I'm personally convinced she'll revive Jon. To me it's very cl…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +1
User avatar #227 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
Very possible. I agree that Jon and Daenerys are some of the biggest characters.
Honestly I've been hoping for a while now that Daenerys will travel to the ruins of old Valyria and find something that will help her control her dragons better.
And I'm really curious how Arya is going to make an impact on the ending of the series, I don't have a clue as to what she is going to be doing next. If she comes back to Westeros, will she meet Nymeria again?
User avatar #236 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I hadn't thought about Daenerys going to Valyria yet. I'd assumed no one would visit it to keep it mysterious but it's definitly possible. My thought was that she'll somehow convince the Dorthraki to help her defeat the Yunkaii and then lead her combined forces to Westeros to aid the fight against the White Walkers which will have started by then. I think GRRM wan't to keep a Darthraki invasion in the story because that's what his original draft was for the second book back when he proposed the book to his publisher(back then there were only supposed to be three books).

I'm pretty sure Arya and all other characters in Essos will go back to Westeros. But as to how she'll impact the story I have no idea. Whether or not Arya will meat Nymeria again I don't know. But I'm convinced something will happen with Nymeria. I don't know of you're familiar with Chekov's gun as a literary device(if not look it up, the same goes for The Wall which WILL come down before the end), but GRRM has personally called Nymeria's wolfpack Chekov's wolfpack.

I also really hope Lady Stoneheart will meet at least ond of her daughters again if not at least learn that they live.
User avatar #249 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
I'll look it up.

And one thing that might still surprise everyone is Rickon. He's still out there somewhere with Osha. He has a good claim to Winterfell now that all his family members are "dead". Even though he's a bit young for all of that. He's young, he can probably learn Warg abilities just like his brother, but Rickon has always been as wild as his Direwolf. He could potentially be a great Warg.
User avatar #251 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I agree. And let's not forget that Davos is after him. I think Rickon has the best claim of everyone since Bran will probably live in a tree for the rest of his life.

I also like to think that the wolves are representation for their human partners(owner is not the right word) and knowing that I think Rickon will grow to be a huge beast of man!
#222 - I disagree. Jon got a letter saying that Bolton defe…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like 0
User avatar #232 - grimsho (06/16/2015) [-]
Considering the online theories about Jon Snow being revived by Melisandre and all that Azor Ahai and The Prince That Was Promised shit plus the Three Heads of Dragon prophecy and R+L=J, it's possible that Melisandre sent the letter.
User avatar #224 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
Really, I gotta read that shit!
#208 - Well, they do it for his decisions in both but his decision to… 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like 0
#200 - I'm a book reader so most people probably won't care. …  [+] (16 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +4
User avatar #261 - sphincterface (06/16/2015) [-]
I noticed that too. It went from a whole "Anything can happen to anyone. The heroes and villains are equally fucked." Then it went to a whole "You're a good guy? Lol fuck you. Villain? Well alright, you can live happily." sort of thing.
User avatar #229 - grimsho (06/16/2015) [-]
Even as a show-onlyfag, I could clearly see the huge difference in the TV show's writers and GRRM's style.
What you said pretty much summed it up perfectly, GRRM deals all characters the same harsh treatment regardless of their morals or intentions, while the show writers are clearly killing off good characters for the shock value that most people describe the show for being good at early on, and reward the bad characters to elicit emotional reactions from the audience.
I've also read up on the main differences the show took, and although surprised to see Jon Snow's stabbing as something that happened in the books as well, the books gave MUCH more justification to that act than the show did.
Namely the giant Wun Wun killing someone, which causes discord in the Night's Watch because it's a good piece of evidence suggesting the Wildlings can't be trusted to make peaceful lives behind the wall, undermining Jon's decision to invite them, and the mutiny happens just as Jon forsakes his vows to the Nights Watch and plans to war with a Lord to the south due to familial ties that he should have forsaken when he joined the watch. Plus there was growing tension with the Wildlings behind the wall for a while since they were even joining the Night's Watch themselves. In the show the Night's Watch just looks completely stupid for stabbing him. They successfully bolstered their numbers with Wildlings, the news of White Walkers absolutely trashing Hardhome and adding a few ten thousand to their army should have refreshed how big the threat is, and how right Jon's actions were to prioritize the Others rather than continue the long-standing hatred between Crows and Wildlings. So the best thing to do is kill him, war with the Wildlings, and doom everyone in Westeros?

Also Stannis going from 100 to 0 that quickly didn't seem to have ANY story justification, just more shock value in killing off characters once the audience grows to like them.
User avatar #239 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I don't think Stannis is actually dead in the show. I think the main reason they destroyed his role as a solo character was to slim down on the amount of different story arcs going on at the same time. This way his one will be combined with Brienne and probably Sansa and Theon.
User avatar #241 - grimsho (06/16/2015) [-]
Some people are even suggesting that Brienne will take him to the wall and let him take the Black to atone.
Either way you're probably right, but the show writers have months to decide whether or not they want to keep him alive.
Either way they're going to have a lot of justifying to do on Brienne's part in order to make sense of the fact that she abandoned her post, her sworn duty to Catelyn, just to get revenge on the person who killed her King, and then ultimately she lets him live, thereby meaning that she failed in the two tasks she lives her life for.
User avatar #244 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
That's a possibility as well. Some people have suggested that since Jon was the 998th commander and Allister Thorne will probably become the 999th, Stannis might become the 1000th and final lord commander who'll lead the watch against the Others.

I think that's very possible but it's also very likely that revived SuperJon will become the 1000th. Although I personally think Jon will become a Targaryen/Stark again after his resurection since 'his watch has ended' and he might even marry Daenerys and become a head of the dragon.

I saw someone post a great thing about Brienne's moment with Stannis. It basically boiled down to this: As Podrick comes to Brienne to tell her of Stannis she's watching the Broken Tower for a sign of Sansa. When Podrick tells het she immediatly wants to go after Stannis but you see her hesitate and look for a last time at the tower which she should be watching instead of going after Stannis. She then decides to go after Stannis anyway.

Fastforward to Stannis leaning against the tree with Brienne sentencing him to death. His last words: 'Do your duty'. She then realises the mistake she's made and hits the tree behind Stannis out of anger.

Now this isn't enough reason not to kill Stannis but I do think something along these lines happenend.

User avatar #216 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
The Bolton Army does take Stannis's army completely unprepared though, so the outcome might just be the same in the books. We won't know until Winds of Winter.
One similarity between the show and the books is that Melisandre flees the camp just before the attack.
It's very possible that she revives Jon, just like the red priest has done for Breric Dondarrion multiple times.

Also they completely skipped out on Catheline and Beric.
User avatar #226 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I'm personally convinced she'll revive Jon. To me it's very clear that Jon, together with Daenerys, has the biggest part to play in the story. He has some part to play in the Azor Ahai prophecy. And to never have him discover who his mother is is simply bad writing.

I don't know if you believe in R+L=J or not. But I do and I think the first Jon chapter will be Jon inside ghost since it's confirmed the wargs live on in their animals. From Ghost/Jon's eyes we'll see Melisandre revive Jon. But reviveJon won't be the same as before(similiar to but not the same as Lady Stoneheart). I reckon he'll even have white hair after to match his ancestry.
User avatar #227 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
Very possible. I agree that Jon and Daenerys are some of the biggest characters.
Honestly I've been hoping for a while now that Daenerys will travel to the ruins of old Valyria and find something that will help her control her dragons better.
And I'm really curious how Arya is going to make an impact on the ending of the series, I don't have a clue as to what she is going to be doing next. If she comes back to Westeros, will she meet Nymeria again?
User avatar #236 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I hadn't thought about Daenerys going to Valyria yet. I'd assumed no one would visit it to keep it mysterious but it's definitly possible. My thought was that she'll somehow convince the Dorthraki to help her defeat the Yunkaii and then lead her combined forces to Westeros to aid the fight against the White Walkers which will have started by then. I think GRRM wan't to keep a Darthraki invasion in the story because that's what his original draft was for the second book back when he proposed the book to his publisher(back then there were only supposed to be three books).

I'm pretty sure Arya and all other characters in Essos will go back to Westeros. But as to how she'll impact the story I have no idea. Whether or not Arya will meat Nymeria again I don't know. But I'm convinced something will happen with Nymeria. I don't know of you're familiar with Chekov's gun as a literary device(if not look it up, the same goes for The Wall which WILL come down before the end), but GRRM has personally called Nymeria's wolfpack Chekov's wolfpack.

I also really hope Lady Stoneheart will meet at least ond of her daughters again if not at least learn that they live.
User avatar #249 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
I'll look it up.

And one thing that might still surprise everyone is Rickon. He's still out there somewhere with Osha. He has a good claim to Winterfell now that all his family members are "dead". Even though he's a bit young for all of that. He's young, he can probably learn Warg abilities just like his brother, but Rickon has always been as wild as his Direwolf. He could potentially be a great Warg.
User avatar #251 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I agree. And let's not forget that Davos is after him. I think Rickon has the best claim of everyone since Bran will probably live in a tree for the rest of his life.

I also like to think that the wolves are representation for their human partners(owner is not the right word) and knowing that I think Rickon will grow to be a huge beast of man!
User avatar #222 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I disagree.

Jon got a letter saying that Bolton defeated Stannis' army but I personally question the truth of that letter and even if Ramsey wrote it or not.

Stannis lives, at least at the start of TWOW: GRRM put a few chapters of it online already. One of which is a Theon chapter were he's questioned by Stannis himself.
User avatar #232 - grimsho (06/16/2015) [-]
Considering the online theories about Jon Snow being revived by Melisandre and all that Azor Ahai and The Prince That Was Promised shit plus the Three Heads of Dragon prophecy and R+L=J, it's possible that Melisandre sent the letter.
User avatar #224 - tormain (06/16/2015) [-]
Really, I gotta read that shit!
User avatar #206 - guitarassassin (06/16/2015) [-]
Don't forget the scene where the Nights Watch stab Jon Snow . They do it in the show because of Jon's decisions rather than "hey, our leader is about to leave his post. He needs to be punished." .
User avatar #208 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
Well, they do it for his decisions in both but his decision to ride for Winterfell is the one thing they couldn't allow.

But I agree. They way they brought it in the show made it look a lot more like coup then a sacrifice for the watch.
#196 - No he doesn't.  [+] (3 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Game of Thrones be like +1
User avatar #257 - tavafanduvill (06/16/2015) [-]
Ok you where right, Ygritte is the one who said it, not Mance.

“We never found the Horn of Winter. We opened half a hundred graves and let all those shades loose in the world, and never fond the Horn of Joramun to bring this cold thing down!” From a Storm of Swords Chapter 30, Jon IV
User avatar #293 - thesovereigngrave (06/16/2015) [-]
The "shades" probably refers to wights, not White Walkers.
User avatar #260 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
She's not talking about the Others who are at least assumed not be human but a different race. She's talking about desecrating those graves and disturbing the spirits of the people buried there.
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#81 - I probably will. I've seen some of the songs already ont YouTu… 06/16/2015 on Frozen 0
#79 - Oh I've never seen it. Never saw the blonde guy appear in anything.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Frozen 0
#80 - faroeseguy (06/16/2015) [-]
Theb you should watch it

Reasons: it's an all time classic, Great story, Amazing scores
User avatar #81 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I probably will. I've seen some of the songs already ont YouTube and I really was impressed.
#74 - I don't even know those last two movies  [+] (4 new replies) 06/16/2015 on Frozen 0
#78 - faroeseguy (06/16/2015) [-]
The last one is "the hunchback of notre dame"
User avatar #79 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
Oh I've never seen it. Never saw the blonde guy appear in anything.
#80 - faroeseguy (06/16/2015) [-]
Theb you should watch it

Reasons: it's an all time classic, Great story, Amazing scores
User avatar #81 - toensix (06/16/2015) [-]
I probably will. I've seen some of the songs already ont YouTube and I really was impressed.
#51 - I agree. I don't like it either and had rather seen a new prot… 06/15/2015 on E3 Reactions 0
#60 - Well the slavery thing is sort of odd. Even though she barely … 06/15/2015 on Stannis' character... 0
#58 - Oh most definitely but I woudn't call her a SJW. And …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/15/2015 on Stannis' character... 0
User avatar #59 - infinitereaper (06/15/2015) [-]
She totally is, bitching about slavery and women and fighting and shit, and neat I can kill an hour.
User avatar #60 - toensix (06/15/2015) [-]
Well the slavery thing is sort of odd. Even though she barely remembers anything about Westeros, she was raised with Westerosi values. One of which is that slavery is one of the greatest crimes one can commit. Jorah was exiled because of it.

On the other hand she keeps going on how she's the blood of Valeriya. And Valeriya thanked it's greatness not only on the use of dragons but also on it's extremely heavy use of slavery.

So not a very black and white issue.

Also, while slavery in the actual middle-ages and the period before that(which the slavery in GoT seems to be based on in the way it's used) wasn't THAT harsh because life was much more precious in those times, the way slaves are treated in GoT is more similiar to colonial slavery which was extremely cruel and dehumanizing.

In the end I'd say she's doing the right thing but she has no idea how to change the mentalitity in Slaver's bay in the long run. That is the big problem. She's doing better now though, with opening the Fighting Pits and marrying Hizhdar(even though it was so short lived).
#56 - Why do you think that?  [+] (4 new replies) 06/15/2015 on Stannis' character... 0
User avatar #57 - infinitereaper (06/15/2015) [-]
She's in over her head and has caused nothing but trouble, it'll be nice to see though if she gets grip on it, hey isn't a new episode out?
User avatar #58 - toensix (06/15/2015) [-]
Oh most definitely but I woudn't call her a SJW.

And yes there's a new episode out. Last one this season.

I don't know if you're a book reader but I just saw it and there are basically no book spoilers left anymore.
User avatar #59 - infinitereaper (06/15/2015) [-]
She totally is, bitching about slavery and women and fighting and shit, and neat I can kill an hour.
User avatar #60 - toensix (06/15/2015) [-]
Well the slavery thing is sort of odd. Even though she barely remembers anything about Westeros, she was raised with Westerosi values. One of which is that slavery is one of the greatest crimes one can commit. Jorah was exiled because of it.

On the other hand she keeps going on how she's the blood of Valeriya. And Valeriya thanked it's greatness not only on the use of dragons but also on it's extremely heavy use of slavery.

So not a very black and white issue.

Also, while slavery in the actual middle-ages and the period before that(which the slavery in GoT seems to be based on in the way it's used) wasn't THAT harsh because life was much more precious in those times, the way slaves are treated in GoT is more similiar to colonial slavery which was extremely cruel and dehumanizing.

In the end I'd say she's doing the right thing but she has no idea how to change the mentalitity in Slaver's bay in the long run. That is the big problem. She's doing better now though, with opening the Fighting Pits and marrying Hizhdar(even though it was so short lived).
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No joke
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