Link Tank: 10 Fan Theories About Friends

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10 Fan Theories About Friends

Here are seven Game of Thrones characters that we may never see again.

“With only two more episodes left in Game of Thrones, the series is already starting to deliver teary goodbyes between its beloved characters, indicating that this may be the last we’ll see of some fan favorites. As much as we were all looking forward to important reunions this season, it’s the final goodbyes that may prove the most emotional.”

Read more at Inverse.

The Russo brothers have revealed Katherine Langford’s cut role in Avengers: Endgame.

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“I’m now your official expert on all things Morgan Stark. A character that served as an emotional connection to Tony Stark’s new reality, Morgan became someone many fans (including myself) cared deeply about. At just five years old, she has to watch as her father goes off to fight Thanos once again and her life is, seemingly, turned upside down.”

Read more at The Mary Sue.

Here are ten fan theories about the show Friends.

Friends is a classic sitcom about twentysomethings navigating life, love, and work in New York City. Or at least that’s one theory about the beloved sitcom, which aired its series finale on May 6, 2004. Here’s another: Friends is a glimpse inside a mental ward, where six disturbed patients are working through their personality disorders. In the 15 years since it went off the air, Friendshas inspired a ton of wild fan theories on Reddit and Twitter. Here are a few of the strangest (and be careful: Mr. Heckles’s murderer is still at large).”

Read more at Mental Floss.

Here’s why Sansa may hold the key to who sits on the Iron Throne.

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“What’s Sansa Stark’s endgame? As Game of Thrones heads into its final moments, Sansa has emerged as one of the most intriguing, most difficult to pin down characters in this entire saga. Last night’s episode, “The Last of the Starks,”solidifies her transformation from the timid “little bird” that entered King’s Landing wanting to marry a prince into a savvy political mind, fiercely protective of her family’s legacy. At the same time, there’s a lingering sense that the show doesn’t know what to do with Sansa when it’s not putting her through hell.”

Read more at Thrillist.

The US government will spend $600 million on a exascale supercomputer.

“The US has budgeted $600 million to build its second “exascale” supercomputer, which is slated to go online in 2021. The Frontier supercomputer will be capable of completing more than 1.5 quintillion calculations per second, according to the US Department of Energy, which announced more details about the upcoming system on Tuesday. In March, the department hailed the coming arrival of a separate $500 million exascale supercomputer, called Aurora. It too is slated to go online in 2021. However, Aurora will feature technology from Intel. Frontier, on the other hand, is being built with silicon from rival AMD.”

Read more at PCMag.

Bill Gates discussed socialism with other billionaires on CNBC.

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“Billionaires Bill Gates, Charlie Munger, and Warren Buffett were interviewed on CNBC this morning, and it wasn’t surprising to hear the three men defend capitalism. But it was surprising to hear Gates make a really good point about socialism. Or, at least a good point about how socialism is defined in the U.S.”

Read more at Gizmodo.