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HBO says Brexit won't hurt 'Game of Thrones' production

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Why should anything be immediately affected? The EU fools are using fear-mongering tactics to manipulate the simpletons.

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GOT will have ended before The UK leaves the EU anyway.

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What's even more shocking is that the show STILL gets government money for production. What the hell for?

One part tourism promotion, one part suckling on the government teat. This is the rule rather than the exception in the film industry.

Now, off I go to Malta to see some real dragons.

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What's even more shocking is that the show STILL gets government money for production. What the hell for? Every nerd and geek I know is a total fan, they watch religiously every week and then spend hours dissecting each minute. It has to be making bank.

It's as bad as professional sports teams crying poor to cities and begging for new stadiums, to be paid for by the taxpayer. Build you own bloody stadiums! Pay for your own bloody TV fantasy fest!

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Bearexit: Make Bear Island great again

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Game of Thrones is more important than the referendum itself.

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Yes, the Season Finale was a pretty good episode, particularly Arya. Next season should be pretty fierce.

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How could leaving the EU dim England's investors? The financial capital of the world London is there. EU is just having a hissy fit over losing their pound cash flow.

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Whew, that was my only concern about this whole Brexit thing... Kidding aside, what an intense season finale...

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It's nice to have some good news among all the bad!

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