I only just discovered this site, this set of reviews and this person - Kristin Iversen - when I was surfing websites randomly, yesterday afternoon. I've read all of them now, and been entertained by them all.
I wasn't entirely sure what Littlefinger was like, until the second series. He was charming, a little creepy and maybe-a-bad-man. But, like most characters in "Game of thrones", the concepts of good and bad become a little more complex and a little more open to interpretation. So I reserved judgement until I found out a little more about him.
Then he had that scene with the tearful whore. He was very charming at first - as usual - and gradually became downright chilling as he made his point clear. After that, he wasn't maybe-a-bad-man any more.
Another perspective on this story. Maybe, JUST MAYBE, this was done for the lols because Stickles, based on several of his rants and blogposts, seems to take everything so seriously.
I'm sorry, but your headline is sensationalist and abhorrent-- the Confederate Flag is not an official flag of the country. It's a symbol used to scare and intimidate, and to try and say that the band did anything other than what they did and that it was somehow negative or wrong is gross and pathetic. So disappointed, but I guess I shouldn't be....
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