Game of Thrones is finally back and Thank the Gods because some of us have been waiting since Season 1 ended without eating food, sleeping, or going to the bathroom. Ya. It’s been rough. But the wait is finally over as HBO’s outrageously phenomenal epic fantasy series Game of Thrones returns for Season 2 this coming Sunday April 1st at 10/9c on HBO so strap your boots on folks ’cause it’s gonna be a good one. Funny thing about outrageously phenomenal series’ is that they tend to know whatsup. When I say know whatsup, what else would I be talking about other than the Four Basic Personality Types. And while we’re on the subject of the Four Basic Personality Types, let’s take a look at the Four Major Houses of Westeros.
Diamonds are hardest natural material known to man.
She has got some diamonds in her collection, but it is the other diamond that she attained by strength of character that is most important to her country — and her dominions.
Yes, The Diamond Jubilee is a Commonwealth’s best friend. For her Rock-of-Gibraltar Temperament gave her Commonwealth the stability, the measured patience, and the peace to prosper.
It’s a really simple formula: team, loyalty, competition. And lastly, hard work.
The basics. The fundamentals.
It was about we and us, for 62 years. Constant. He pushed so hard. He expected good things.
It was about family. And he took his team as a second family.
He is controversial.
People can’t stop talking about him.
He just wins, most of the time. And works hard.
No, not really, actually — he works very very very very hard. Incredibly hard.
Yet, he “don’t get no respect” from some quarters — and he certainly doesn’t care whether he does. For he believes he is doing good work.
He remarked after losing badly, “We kept fighting for the entire day: That’s something I’m extremely proud of.”
But, then, they beat the Steelers on his first pass in overtime.
Even Lady Gaga tweets: Thats what the **** a champion looks like.
So why controversial?
At last, every hero becomes a bore.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
He saw himself and the institution he built as one in the same.
He was revered and reviled. He was founder and the builder of an United States Federal institution, that now has over thirty thousand employees and has a budget of eight billion. Once upon a time, famous, and respected, he was idolized by kids in the 1930s, for he was responsible for creating the good feelings about G men (government men), the prototypical hero of law and order, and justice, in an earlier age when government wasn’t as pervasive as it is today. Later, he was hated and reviled, on the top of list of the 1960s conspiracy theorist’s boogie men: he was viewed as a nexus for secrets, power, and repression of free speech.
He never wanted to talk about what he had seen.
He was typical of his generation, they just didn’t talk about it.
That is strange because he made a good living by talking. Or more accurately, reporting what he thought. He was a writer above all else. He was probably the most famous curmudgeon of all time.
He would complain. Like clockwork. For nigh thirty three years, every week, for a few minutes. Probably the best and funniest complainer on American TV.
Who do you trust? Who can you trust these days?
Who will give you the honest truth? Who has good advice?
Are they the same person in your case?
Well, in this case, if you trusted this guy, you could have gone to the bank on his advice.
Banking Billions on his advice.
You wouldn’t have suspected it given the circumstances he was born into. He was born in the Dust Bowl of America during the Great Depression. However, he came to represent American business, done the right way. Invest in America. Slow and steady.