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New ‘GOT’ Fan Theory: Cersei Lannister’s In Big Trouble With The Iron Bank

Photo of Cersei Lannister holding a cup of wine. A Game of Thrones fan theory says the Iron Bank's Tycho Nestoris has hinted her days are numbered

Despite the rout of her army, Cersei Lannister seems to hold all the cards. But this Game of Thrones fan theory sees trouble with the Iron Bank.

The Great Sept of Baelor explosion from the Season 6 finale put her firmly in control of the Iron Throne. Euron Greyjoy foiled Daenerys Targaryen by torching her fleet, then captured her allies Yara Greyjoy, Ellaria Sand, and Tyene Sand in Season 7, Episode 2. Jaime Lannister and his army then took High Garden and seized its wealth in the following episode, while Olenna Tyrell gloomily watched from above.

Sure, Team Targaryen clearly routed the Lannister army in the Kingdom of the Reach in Sunday’s Season 7, Episode 4. But Business Insider reminds us, “Right before the Lannisters were attacked, Randyll Tarly told Jaime all the gold was safely within Kings Landing.” What could possibly go wrong?

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Second-Born Boys Are More Likely To Get In Trouble And Become Criminals, Study Shows

Second-born boys are more likely to get in trouble and become criminals, study finds.

Second-born boys are more likely to be the black sheep of the family, a new scientific study shows.

New research found that the boys born second in the family are 20 to 40 percent more likely to be disciplined in school for bad behavior and to enter the criminal justice system than boys born first, Fox 8 noted. The study looked at siblings in Denmark and the United States, with researchers from MIT, Northwestern University, University of Florida, and Aarhus University in Denmark.

The study’s abstract stated that parents spent more time with the first-born children between the ages of 2 and 4, showing that parents are stretched for time to spend with second-born children. While this may seem like common knowledge to parents with more than one child, it presents a roadmap to identifying potential problems and treating them, researchers noted.

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