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Comment of the Day: Who Cares About Game of Thrones?

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We have been devoting a lot of space here on the blog to HBO's hit series Game of Thrones, from our weekly recaps to last week's guest Pop Rocks column to this week's regularly scheduled Pop Rocks. Yes, we love Game of Thrones, and judging by the popularity of the series, we're not the only ones. So it's refreshing when we come across someone who's less-than-enthusiastic about the whole thing.

An anonymous reader commented on yesterday's Pop Rocks:

GAME OF THRONES = Bad and totally predictable mexican Soap Opera in a medieval setting with bad sexual content, too much talk and few action! My note 3! And frakk the people who wants to make us like it! Frakk HBO!

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