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Fire, Life, and Smoking: 30 EP 706" Beyond the Wall GAME OF THRONE CONTINUED: (2) TORMUND whisper) If we wait long enough, we'll find out. Jon nods. Time to move EXT. NARROW PASS DAY Jon and Tormund are down in the pass, steep mountain walls rising high on either side. Slowly, silently, they peek around a bend and get a sight 1line on the platoon of dead men, who are helpfully aligned facing the other direction. They look to Beric and nod. Thoros uses a burning ember to light a fire near the mouth of the pass. Then our vanguard retreats around the corner to rejoin the rest of the group. They wait a long, silent while, until they hear the slow shuffling of a pair of ragged feet coming their way. The camera moves forward, slow and low, until a White Walker's feet round the bend. Many pairs of wight feet follow it. The Walker glances down at the smoking embers. Curious. There' s not supposed to be any fire up here. He looks up of life drives the walker forward, and the wights The follow When we come around to a reverse on them, we see that our heroes have disappeared. We let the Walker and the wights all ente came and walk away from camera before following them. Our grou P springs out of hiding. A scuffle ensues. Beric protects Thoros while Jorah struggles with a snarling wight that has him by the throat. Jon cuts into the White Walker with Longclaw The Walker shatters. As soon as it does so, several of the accompanying wights immediately deanimate, including thee wight attacking Jorah. The men look at each other: what the fuck just happened? No time to dwell on it now. In various TBD combinations, they rapidly decommission the remaining wights with all the means at their disposal: fire, Valyrian steel, dragonglass. Maybe even in one amazing shot! An excellent operation so far. CONTINUED)
Fire, Life, and Smoking: 30
 EP 706"
 Beyond the Wall
 GAME OF THRONE
 CONTINUED: (2)
 TORMUND
 whisper)
 If we wait long enough, we'll find
 out.
 Jon nods. Time to move
 EXT. NARROW PASS DAY
 Jon and Tormund are down in the pass, steep mountain walls
 rising high on either side. Slowly, silently, they peek
 around a bend and get a sight 1line on the platoon of dead
 men, who are helpfully aligned facing the other direction.
 They look to Beric and nod. Thoros uses a burning ember to
 light a fire near the mouth of the pass. Then our vanguard
 retreats around the corner to rejoin the rest of the group.
 They wait a long, silent while, until they hear the slow
 shuffling of a pair of ragged feet coming their way.
 The camera moves forward, slow and low, until a White
 Walker's feet round the bend. Many pairs of wight feet follow
 it.
 The Walker glances down at the smoking embers. Curious.
 There' s not supposed to be any fire up here. He looks up
 of life drives the walker forward, and the wights
 The
 follow
 When we come around to a reverse on them, we see that our
 heroes have disappeared. We let the Walker and the wights all
 ente
 came and walk away from camera before following them.
 Our grou
 P springs out of hiding.
 A scuffle ensues. Beric protects Thoros while Jorah
 struggles with a snarling wight that has him by the throat.
 Jon cuts into the White Walker with Longclaw
 The Walker shatters. As soon as it does so, several of the
 accompanying wights immediately deanimate, including thee
 wight attacking Jorah.
 The men look at each other: what the fuck just happened?
 No time to dwell on it now. In various TBD combinations, they
 rapidly decommission the remaining wights with all the means
 at their disposal: fire, Valyrian steel, dragonglass. Maybe
 even in one amazing shot! An excellent operation so far.
 CONTINUED)
Bailey Jay, Be Like, and Books: 7 points 1 day ago Patriot" As he wears the flag of a rebel group of traitors. Reply Share Save Edit 8 points 13 hours ago I wouldn't call them traitors. They just fought for what they believed in. That would be like saying extreme leftist are traitors because the president is a republican. Reply Share Report Save Give Award 5 points 3 hours ago What they believed in was owning people as if they were property, to do work for them that they didn't want to do themselves. To attempt to make a comparison between that and distaste for a president shows exactly how deluded the right is. Reply Share Save Edit 1 points 1 hour ago Free black men fought for the confederate. The war was not only fought for slavery Reply Share Report Save Give Award 2 points 57 minutes ago ..because they were told they'd be freed if they fought in the Confederate army. Additionally, it was only about 200-300 people What did we go to war for, if not to protect our propertyZ <-- History.com The war was mostly fought for slavery. To say it wasn't ignores the reality and harshness of history. Nice try with the strawman, though. Reply Share Save Edit 0 points 32 minutes ago It was mostly fought for slavery. I don't believe in people having slaves nor do I believe we should take down statues of the Confederate soldiers. I would compare that to the Nazis burning books. I often worry if this country is headed for another civil war Reply Share Report Save Give Award 1 point 8 minutes ago edited just now nor do I believe we should take down statues of the Confederate soldiers. I would compare that to the Nazis burning books Ah yes, this garbage strawman from the right. You do know that those statues were erected during the Jim crow era, almost 200 years after the war, right? They were put up to "keep blacks in their place", not to memorialize fallen heroes". Not even remotely comparable to Nazis burning books... unless there is some unknown group of neo-Nazis currently burning books. I'll keepproviding sources even thoug-you clearly have no legs to stand on. <--NPR Џ Reply Share Save Edit Defending the Confederacy: "They were just fighting for what they believed in."
Bailey Jay, Be Like, and Books: 7 points 1 day ago
 Patriot"
 As he wears the flag of a rebel group of traitors.
 Reply Share Save Edit
 8 points 13 hours ago
 I wouldn't call them traitors. They just fought for what they believed in. That would be like saying extreme leftist are
 traitors because the president is a republican.
 Reply Share Report Save Give Award
 5 points 3 hours ago
 What they believed in was owning people as if they were property, to do work for them that they didn't want to do
 themselves. To attempt to make a comparison between that and distaste for a president shows exactly how deluded the
 right is.
 Reply Share Save Edit
 1 points 1 hour ago
 Free black men fought for the confederate. The war was not only fought for slavery
 Reply Share Report Save Give Award
 2 points
 57 minutes ago
 ..because they were told they'd be freed if they fought in the Confederate army. Additionally, it was only about 200-300
 people
 What did we go to war for, if not to protect our propertyZ <-- History.com
 The war was mostly fought for slavery. To say it wasn't ignores the reality and harshness of history. Nice try with the
 strawman, though.
 Reply Share Save Edit

 0 points
 32 minutes ago
 It was mostly fought for slavery. I don't believe in people having slaves nor do I believe we should take down statues of
 the Confederate soldiers. I would compare that to the Nazis burning books. I often worry if this country is headed for
 another civil war
 Reply Share Report Save Give Award
 1 point
 8 minutes ago
 edited just now
 nor do I believe we should take down statues of the Confederate soldiers. I would compare that to the Nazis burning
 books
 Ah yes, this garbage strawman from the right. You do know that those statues were erected during the Jim crow era,
 almost 200 years after the war, right? They were put up to "keep blacks in their place", not to memorialize fallen
 heroes". Not even remotely comparable to Nazis burning books... unless there is some unknown group of neo-Nazis
 currently burning books.
 I'll keepproviding sources even thoug-you clearly have no legs to stand on. <--NPR
 Џ Reply Share Save Edit
Defending the Confederacy: "They were just fighting for what they believed in."

Defending the Confederacy: "They were just fighting for what they believed in."