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"No, none of his actions can undo the sick, hurtful crime he perpetrated upon his sister. A rapist who also helps old ladies cross the street is still a rapist."
I agree- but, lest we forget, Jaime has attempted to kill one innocent boy (to keep his incestuous relationship with Cersei a secret, which ended up crippling the boy) and succeed in killing two others- one of whom was his cousin and former squire (who greatly admired him). And a murderer who helps old ladies cross the street is still a murderer".
This outrage over Jamie's rape of Cersei is incredibly ridiculous. The man is not a bastion of morality, and he has murdered multiple people that we know of... and don't delude yourself, murder is WORSE than rape on the scale of human depravity. So those people who say that they can't root for Jamie now, I must wonder if they were fine with rooting for him after he pushed a child out of the window, bashed his relatives brains in, and strangled an innocent Karstark boy in the mud.
5 months, 4 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/117545/game-thrones-season-4-episode-4-recap-jaime-rape-good-bad-character
According to the Fall of 2012 Arbitron Radio Market Rankings, Columbus was the 35th largest market in the country. True, it's not Cheyenne, WY (which is why I used the adjective "fairly"), but it's still pretty darn small to have the second highest rated show in America. Heck, it was only the 3rd largest market in the state of Ohio!
Here's where I got my information: http://www.arbitron.com/home/mm001050.asp
2 years ago on Columbus radio host Scott Torgerson fired for controversial tweet
Their show had the second highest ratings of any non-syndicated sports show in the country... and it was in fairly tiny market. Make no mistake, 97.1 the Fan will greatly regret their colossal mistake in unjustly firing Mr. Torgerson.