'I'm not always going to play swords and horses': Kit Harington on life after Game Of Thrones
The man behind Jon Snow talks about Thronesmania, being a sex symbol and his personal link to the gunpowder plot
By Rebecca Nicholson

In 2014, Harington told his agent that, when he wasn’t playing Snow, he’d like to branch out: “No more swords, no more horses – and maybe I can cut my hair.” Yet in Gunpowder he’s a sword-wielding, horse-riding, long-haired hothead. “Yeah. Hahaha. I always say things and end up backing down on them. “

Odolkiak ordainetan

Basque saying.

It literally means “blood sausages as [your] payment”, but it can be translated as “what goes around comes around”.

Ex: Ez zenidan dirurik utzi behar nuenean eta orain dirua eskatzen didazu? Ba badakizu zer dioten: odolkiak ordainetan.

- You didn’t lend me any money when I needed it and now you come asking me for some money? You know the saying: what goes around comes around.

Anarchism is no patent solution for all human problems, no Utopia of a perfect social order, as it has so often been called, since on principle it rejects all absolute schemes and concepts. It does not believe in any absolute truth, or in definite final goals for human development, but in an unlimited perfectibility of social arrangements and human living conditions, which are always straining after higher forms of expression, and to which for this reason one can assign no definite terminus nor set any fixed goal. The worst crime of any type of state is just that it always tries to force the rich diversity of social life into definite forms and adjust it to one particular form, which allows for no wider outlook and regards the previously exciting status as finished. The stronger its supporters feel themselves, the more completely they succeed in bringing every field of social life into their service, the more crippling is their influence on the operation of all creative cultural forces, the more unwholesomely does it affect the intellectual and social development of any particular epoch.
—  Rudolf Rocker, Anarcho-syndicalism

Mood: I  wanna move to a new country that doesn’t speak my maternal tongue and begin a new life there as I immerse myself in the language and culture.