George R.R. Martin Writes About Politics Exactly The Way You'd Expect Him To (And The Morning Links)

08.14.12 5 years ago 25 Comments

I’m not linking to George R.R. Martin’s recent Blogspot post, about the upcoming election and his disdain for a certain group of people, to make a political statement. I am linking to George R.R. Martin’s recent Blogspot post because I love the sentence, “They are oligarchs and racists clad in the skins of dead elephants,” says Tyrion to no one while making love to Shae. In other news: WHEN IS GAME OF THRONES COMING BACK? (Via)

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