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Sophia Ismaa
“Insert philosophical caption that makes you think and then forget after 30 seconds.” - blogger - intersectional feminist - part-time bookworm - nerd
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
Fair enough
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
So, you agree. I said that Dany isn’t a better ruler, she’s just ‘nicer.’ And you agreed. Okay.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
This is how it appeared on my account.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
Has nothing to do with emotions and further strengthens my point that you are now at the point of clutching straws. Deflect the argument and make a personal attack by projecting your own emotions onto me that were absent in the first place.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
There weren’t any ‘emotions’ involved on my part, but it seems there is on yours, you seem to be either projecting your own feelings/making false assumptions. Calling someone’s argument piss poor after they’ve made a argument with logical inconsistencies
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
Straws*
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As per my last reply, if you read it properly that is, I outlined that Cersei is a more than competent administrator and how. Not just ‘better at battle.’ You are able to sense that you are clutching at straw now, right? If not, I am starting to understand why you like Dany.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
Anyway, I’d rather have Jon on the throne than Dany. He is the leader that people choose over and over again and he doesn’t have to ask for it, not once - Lord Commander (NW chose him), King in the North (the North chose him), King (the trend may follow).
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
Which acknowledges that she’s not specifically a good ruler, she’s just ‘nicer’ than Cersei.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
How piss poor does your argument for Dany to usurp the throne from Cersei have to be if the standard you have to compare her to is Cersei, a woman you seem to despise? In that case, anyone would be a better ruler than Cersei and that’s dumping Dany into the same category
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
‘Dany will be better than Cersei’ is a weak refrain. Cersei, like it or not, is a competent administrator. She sacked Highgarden, the breadbasket of Westeros, she got the gold she needed, she’s got the GC. Her plan to defeat Dany’s army after BoW is actually sound.
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
And she decided to burn it instead which was strictly punitive. She was angry, and she let her emotions cloud her judgement. She looked guilty when Sansa brought up the issue of food.
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As you saw in the video, Dany, prior to the ‘battle’ (let’s call it what it is - a massacre), acknowledges that Cersei has the food from the Reach & therefore she recognised that food is important. And then she burns them. She didn’t have to burn them. She had military advantage
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Sophia Ismaa 9h
As per my last reply, we already know Cersei makes no pretensions about who she is. Dany has good advisors, she asks for their opinions, she takes them, and then when it goes wrong, she blames them. As if she didn’t choose to take on the decision herself.
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Sophia Ismaa 10h
Replying to @SttefyG @alaynestoned
That’s the argument YOU put forward. You blamed Dany’s hypocritical action on bad writing as opposed to Dany herself. Which is the same as blaming something/someone else other than the actual person. Go on, I’ll leave you alone to kiss narcissistic butt in peace.
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Sophia Ismaa 10h
Dany*
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Dang knew she burned the food. She didn’t want to own it in front of the North. Jaime knew he was going to be hated when he arrived North, but he owned it anyway. That’s why Jaime has better growth than Dany does.
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Sophia Ismaa 10h
Cersei owns who she is. Dany, again, doesn’t. If she did, she would own up to her mistake. She tried to pass the blame to Tyrion for trusting Cersei & Sansa wasn’t having it. She burned the food from the Reach and then had the nerve to be angry at Sansa for raising a valid q.
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Sophia Ismaa 10h
Replying to @SttefyG @alaynestoned
It is. Your comprehension skills are just very low. If a person, in real life, made the same mistakes and hypocritical statements over and over again, would you blame other people for that persons repeated failures or the actual person? Dany is the common denominator.
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Sophia Ismaa 10h
Replying to @OnMyBookshelff
Also, have we ever really seen Brienne smiling like this? ☺️
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