R.I.P. Rik Mayall
THE GREAT HOUSES OF WESTEROStheir symbols and their meanings (part ii)(great houses + new great houses, according to a wiki of ice and fire)
"His Facebook profile picture shows him wearing one of the website’s T-shirts, which would have been ordered from the United States."
"…which would have been ordered from the United States."
Seriously Daily Mail…
How irrelevant is that comment…
Does this pseudo journalist get paid by the word or something?
Or maybe there’s supposed to be some kind of implication here that not only is our youth being corrupted by gaming culture but it’s AMERICAN gaming culture.
The Daily Mail is a pathetic excuse for a news provider which is probably getting far too many views out of this controversial action to associate the motives of this tragedy to gaming etc.
For a final year project I’m researching villains and how certain villains gain popularity. It would be incredibly helpful if any villain lovers out there could take a small amount of time to answer these questions. You can answer however you want; respond to the post itself or even anonymously answer via the ask box.
- What do you think is more important, what a villain does or why they do it?
- What do you think is attractive about villains?
- Have you ever identified with a villain? If so, why?
- Has your perspective of a villain ever been influenced in anyway by what actors or producors of the text have said about the character and story?
- (Optional) Are you male or female?
If you have any questions about the research or why these particular questions are being asked you can ask me.