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  Collapse Dis, when did she know? lionoferebor 315 9 Jan 22, 4:31am Jump to last post in thread (by NottaSackville)
       Collapse Well, what do we know? squire 199 6 Jan 22, 6:25am
           Collapse Well, we do know. . . Bracegirdle 130 5 Jan 22, 7:35pm
               Collapse Logical, perhaps, but logic is the enemy of many good stories and creative authors squire 131 4 Jan 22, 8:12pm
                   Thatís a Rog on the logic. . . Bracegirdle 118 0 Jan 22, 10:00pm
                   Collapse Oh my - Tolkien would be horrified, but he's just like Disney... NottaSackville 141 2 Jan 22, 10:13pm
                       Collapse It's always been rather strange... Darkstone 105 1 Jan 23, 5:19am
                           Ha! // NottaSackville 110 0 Jan 23, 12:39pm
       Interesting. . . Bracegirdle 174 0 Jan 22, 1:19pm
       Would there be any possibility of birds taking the news? sevilodorf 146 0 Jan 22, 2:22pm

  Collapse Tolkien was prophetic with his dislike of EomundDaughter 325 3 Jan 21, 11:50pm Jump to last post in thread (by Darkstone)
       Yes. Otaku-sempai 155 0 Jan 22, 1:03am
       But...but...but NottaSackville 133 0 Jan 22, 12:24pm
       Yes Darkstone 113 0 Jan 22, 9:02pm

  Moved: Folks from the Uni of Waikato want to know YOUR opinion on BotFA! greendragon - - Jan 21, 4:30pm Jump to last post in thread (by greendragon)

  The One Last Party update - more 'Entish Entertainment' tickets available! News from Bree 87 0 Jan 21, 2:30pm Jump to last post in thread (by News from Bree)

  Collapse Sir Gawain nothinglikethesun9 205 9 Jan 21, 1:49am Jump to last post in thread (by a.s.)
       Collapse You can read it in a modified form squire 110 8 Jan 21, 2:20am
           Collapse OK, so I don't know much but have a long memory :-) a.s. 103 7 Jan 21, 2:46am
               Collapse Before or After? squire 99 6 Jan 21, 4:06am
                   Collapse We should page him? :-) a.s. 99 5 Jan 21, 4:33am
                       Collapse He last posted dernwyn 83 4 Jan 21, 11:20am
                           Collapse I remember that thread now! a.s. 78 3 Jan 21, 12:04pm
                               Collapse And thank-you! nothinglikethesun9 58 2 Jan 21, 9:25pm
                                   Collapse It finally occurred to me that I had a better source about all this squire 53 1 Jan 21, 10:55pm
                                       oh em gee. a.s. 72 0 Jan 22, 2:17am

  Collapse Middle Earth music Ithilisa 405 23 Jan 20, 5:01am Jump to last post in thread (by Ithilisa)
       Collapse lots Magpie 274 1 Jan 20, 5:16am
           Thanks! Ithilisa 250 0 Jan 20, 5:22am
       Collapse Check out The Tolkien Ensemble Na Vedui 265 4 Jan 20, 5:43am
           Collapse Love Stephen Oliver's BBC Radio Soundtrack ponybarfly 232 2 Jan 20, 12:00pm
               I guess I wasn't payiing attention or I would have realized Gwytha 199 0 Jan 20, 8:21pm
               Nice soundtracks Ithilisa 195 0 Jan 20, 9:03pm
           Thanks Na Vedui! Ithilisa 195 0 Jan 20, 8:55pm
       Collapse The BBC radio play that was done in the seventies has some wonderful music Gwytha 226 7 Jan 20, 2:49pm
           Donald Swann used to be part of a comedy duo dormouse 222 0 Jan 20, 4:01pm
           Collapse Thanks Gwytha and Dormouse Ithilisa 201 5 Jan 20, 9:11pm
               Collapse Bilbo's last song is available on amazon as an mp3 download Magpie 193 4 Jan 20, 11:38pm
                   Collapse Some good music... dreamflower 162 2 Jan 21, 3:05pm
                       sound and spirit is still online Magpie 146 0 Jan 22, 1:42am
                       Thanks for chiming in, Dreamflower Ithilisa 143 0 Jan 22, 2:50am
                   I found them, Magpie Ithilisa 141 0 Jan 22, 2:40am
       Forgive me if any have mentioned these before. Eruclauron 200 0 Jan 20, 9:25pm
       Collapse Here's a link to the LMB site Elvanui 158 1 Jan 21, 3:30pm
           Thanks folks ponybarfly 157 0 Jan 21, 3:54pm
       Collapse I have several that make me think of Middle-earth grammaboodawg 134 4 Jan 22, 7:20pm
         Lots of good music here Gramma! Brethil 128 0 Jan 22, 9:13pm
           Collapse In the "makes me think of" department Na Vedui 117 1 Jan 23, 4:30pm
               Thanks Na Vedui and Brethil Ithilisa 106 0 Jan 25, 4:28am
           Thanks for the suggestions, grammaboodawg Ithilisa 85 0 Jan 25, 4:27am

  Moved: RP Forums Avii - - Jan 19, 2:07am Jump to last post in thread (by Avii)

  Collapse Walk to Rivendell - and Beyond! For January 15 AND 22 Arandiel 188 30 Jan 15, 10:34pm Jump to last post in thread (by Arandiel)
       Collapse More snowy walks BlackFox 92 4 Jan 15, 10:47pm
           Collapse It's always important to rest properly between snowy walks Arandiel 89 1 Jan 16, 12:42am
               I'll keep that in mind BlackFox 87 0 Jan 16, 10:37am
           Collapse Have you seen any of your kin yet? grammaboodawg 70 1 Jan 17, 2:45pm
             I have! BlackFox 72 0 Jan 17, 3:00pm
       Collapse Ok, now I'm really in Tookland Gwytha 89 3 Jan 16, 7:32am
           Ah, those crazy Tooks! Arandiel 81 0 Jan 16, 5:52pm
           Collapse *sigh* I love the Shire grammaboodawg 73 1 Jan 17, 2:50pm
               I hadn't figured out how to use the mileage charts correctly Gwytha 70 0 Jan 17, 6:40pm
       Collapse Rain, rain go away... Angharad73 80 2 Jan 16, 12:02pm
           Just don't float away! Arandiel 76 0 Jan 16, 5:56pm
           Rain, rain go away! grammaboodawg 68 0 Jan 17, 2:53pm
       Collapse So far so good Glassary 76 2 Jan 17, 12:50am
           Well started, fersher! :D grammaboodawg 67 0 Jan 17, 2:54pm
           A lovely stopping place Arandiel 47 0 Jan 19, 7:11pm
       Collapse Cookie Traction!!! :D grammaboodawg 73 1 Jan 17, 2:44pm
           Now, gramma... Arandiel 56 0 Jan 19, 7:14pm
       Collapse WtR post for Thursday, January 22 Arandiel 49 12 Jan 23, 5:22am
           Collapse My progress BlackFox 45 4 Jan 23, 9:37am
               Collapse Get well soon! Arandiel 29 1 Jan 23, 9:45pm
                   Thanks, Arandiel! // BlackFox 30 0 Jan 23, 9:51pm
               Collapse :( Colds are a pain! grammaboodawg 20 1 Jan 25, 2:49am
                   Yup BlackFox 19 0 Jan 25, 9:42am
           Collapse Another week... Angharad73 32 2 Jan 23, 4:24pm
               AH, the all-too-prevalent coldanddamp Arandiel 27 0 Jan 23, 9:46pm
               Trees Everywhere! grammaboodawg 23 0 Jan 25, 2:55am
           Collapse Yummmm...Mushrooms!! grammaboodawg 21 1 Jan 25, 2:47am
               Take those moments of pleasure while you can... Arandiel 8 0 Jan 26, 4:29pm
           Collapse Loving the view Gwytha 15 1 Jan 25, 4:08pm
               Camping by a (well-behaved) river does sound lovely Arandiel 26 0 Jan 26, 4:40pm

  Collapse TORn's One Last Party campaign soars past $180,000! News from Bree 218 1 Jan 15, 12:51pm Jump to last post in thread (by grammaboodawg)
       Waaaahhhoooooo!!!! :D WOW! grammaboodawg 147 0 Jan 18, 2:55am

Collapse ITíS RHYME TIME Ė A QUIZ Bracegirdle 298 48 Jan 14, 11:15pm Jump to last post in thread (by Bracegirdle)
       Collapse Ooh - a quiz! dormouse 142 23 Jan 14, 11:33pm
           Collapse When you peek out of your teapot again Bracegirdle 133 22 Jan 15, 1:36am
               Collapse How to pronounce Smaug BlackFox 99 21 Jan 15, 1:21pm
                   Collapse Thanks BF Bracegirdle 92 12 Jan 15, 2:10pm
                       Collapse Peter Jackson pronounces it dernwyn 78 7 Jan 15, 5:00pm
                           Collapse Veeery Intereshting, thanks dernwyn Bracegirdle 70 6 Jan 15, 5:54pm
                               Collapse Fortunately... dernwyn 132 3 Jan 15, 8:04pm
                                   Collapse Reminds me... Bracegirdle 129 2 Jan 15, 9:09pm
                                       What... dernwyn 116 0 Jan 16, 12:34am
                                       Ok people. Here are the answers (including #5 Smowg lowg). Bracegirdle 113 0 Jan 16, 2:13pm
                               Collapse I sez Smowg ..... dormouse 56 1 Jan 17, 11:42am
                                 Thank 'ee dormouse Bracegirdle 50 0 Jan 17, 1:06pm
                       Collapse Seems like a lot of Americans say Smog and Gandolf... QuackingTroll 85 3 Jan 16, 9:29pm
                           Collapse I've never heard.. Bracegirdle 84 2 Jan 16, 10:09pm
                               Collapse Gandalf... QuackingTroll 72 1 Jan 17, 12:37am
                                 Thanks for the link QT Bracegirdle 73 0 Jan 17, 1:16am
                   Collapse But... Gianna 115 7 Jan 16, 1:07pm
                       Collapse That is true BlackFox 113 6 Jan 16, 1:31pm
                           Collapse That was interesting Gianna 98 5 Jan 16, 6:08pm
                               Collapse I have it the other way around BlackFox 98 4 Jan 16, 6:24pm
                                   Collapse Smeowg Bracegirdle 95 3 Jan 16, 7:36pm
                                       Collapse Smawg (phonetically) Brethil 86 2 Jan 16, 8:03pm
                                           Collapse Going nuts here! Bracegirdle 82 1 Jan 16, 8:41pm
                                             That extra letter adds to much time. We are all in a devilish hurry. // Brethil 76 0 Jan 16, 10:44pm
       Collapse Hmm... Eruvandi 134 3 Jan 14, 11:38pm
           Collapse number 4 Eruvandi 128 2 Jan 14, 11:46pm
               Collapse number 8 Eruvandi 124 1 Jan 14, 11:51pm
                 Yes on 4 and 8 - thanks Eruvandi // Bracegirdle 110 0 Jan 15, 1:40am
       Collapse fun! even if I didn't get them all. a.s. 128 1 Jan 14, 11:56pm
         Wowzer - Nice work a.s. and everyone else Bracegirdle 122 0 Jan 15, 1:33am
       Collapse Some of these are tough Silverlode 121 2 Jan 15, 2:36am
           Collapse #5 I hadn't thought of. Works! Nice work.. // Bracegirdle 98 1 Jan 15, 3:45am
               Oh yes - I do like that #5! // NottaSackville 84 0 Jan 15, 1:29pm
       Collapse Fun! Here goes. Longbottom Leaf 114 1 Jan 15, 2:44am
           #4 Think of another Shire farmer.. :) // Bracegirdle 100 0 Jan 15, 3:46am
       Collapse Tricksy Kim 111 1 Jan 15, 3:33am
         ROTF here at your #14 :D // Bracegirdle 98 0 Jan 15, 3:48am
       Collapse These are the best I can come up with Gwytha 105 1 Jan 15, 3:49am
           I'd say, your best is pretty darn good! Tks. for playing Gwytha // Bracegirdle 92 0 Jan 15, 3:57am
       a mite bite Ruxendil_Thoorg 106 0 Jan 15, 5:25am
       I'm getting rusty BlackFox 90 0 Jan 15, 1:15pm
       Love it - well done, Bracegirdle NottaSackville 86 0 Jan 15, 1:26pm
       I'll try... Rembrethil 137 0 Jan 15, 7:28pm
       Missed a few, but... Gianna 101 0 Jan 16, 1:20pm
       Collapse Here goes... Na Vedui 83 1 Jan 16, 11:20pm
         FIRST PLACE for NA VEDUI Bracegirdle 68 0 Jan 17, 12:20am
       Collapse here goes! batik 45 1 Jan 17, 9:53pm
           Thanks for playing batik Bracegirdle 84 0 Jan 17, 10:35pm

  Collapse Is anyone else struck by the irony Gwytha 714 42 Jan 14, 8:19pm Jump to last post in thread (by Lindarielwen)
       Collapse "It's SO good, it should have been better!" Elizabeth 377 9 Jan 14, 8:55pm
           Collapse Spot on! RosieLass 327 5 Jan 15, 4:45am
               Collapse *cough* Bakshi *cough* Aunt Dora Baggins 293 4 Jan 15, 2:54pm
                   Collapse When I watch Bakshi... RosieLass 271 2 Jan 15, 6:54pm
                       His script with PJ's visuals would be nice. Aunt Dora Baggins 252 0 Jan 15, 8:24pm
                       Peter S. Beagle wrote the script Gwytha 240 0 Jan 15, 9:08pm
                   I never saw any of the cartoons. Elizabeth 224 0 Jan 16, 3:25am
           Expectations Gwytha 250 0 Jan 15, 8:37pm
           Proficient. Not good. Compa_Mighty 192 0 Jan 16, 8:37pm
           EE troiano220 144 0 Jan 17, 7:11pm
       Collapse I'm reminded of a story I heard on NPR this morning. Aunt Dora Baggins 351 1 Jan 14, 9:07pm
           Comparisons Gwytha 237 0 Jan 15, 8:47pm
       Collapse Maybe it's related to "familiarity breeds contempt" though contempt is a bit strong zarabia 303 11 Jan 15, 7:57am
           Collapse If I knew how Aunt Dora Baggins 280 2 Jan 15, 2:52pm
               It's the pacing Gwytha 232 0 Jan 15, 9:05pm
               There was a wonderful fan edit of LotR. Elizabeth 213 0 Jan 16, 3:21am
           Collapse My feelings about the films just keep evolving Gwytha 244 7 Jan 15, 8:59pm
               Collapse As someone who already knew and loved the books it must have been difficult zarabia 216 6 Jan 16, 8:00am
                   Collapse I was actually in heaven Gwytha 150 3 Jan 17, 7:01pm
                       Collapse I wish I had listened to my sister earlier zarabia 127 2 Jan 18, 7:52am
                           Collapse My sister suggested I read The Hobbit, Starling 196 1 Jan 19, 10:57am
                               Haha :D zarabia 139 0 Jan 20, 10:23am
                   Collapse This varies... arithmancer 134 1 Jan 20, 1:57pm
                       The more I listen Gwytha 116 0 Jan 20, 8:39pm
       An attempt to recapture one's youth? Spriggan 222 0 Jan 15, 11:39pm
       Collapse These films/stories are so personal to me grammaboodawg 184 10 Jan 17, 2:29pm
           I was eleven when I met Frodo Gwytha 144 0 Jan 17, 7:19pm
           Collapse Oh, gramma, I hope you weren't offended by anything I said zarabia 231 8 Jan 18, 8:16am
               Collapse *massive hug, giggling* :D grammaboodawg 219 7 Jan 18, 2:12pm
                   Collapse Oh, good! *big hug back* zarabia 212 6 Jan 19, 7:01am
                       Collapse I didn't know that! Starling 198 5 Jan 19, 10:54am
                           Collapse She has also been called... dernwyn 187 4 Jan 19, 2:39pm
                               Collapse Ooh squire 195 3 Jan 19, 2:55pm
                                   Collapse Of course! dernwyn 168 2 Jan 19, 6:17pm
                                       Collapse A Starling 172 1 Jan 19, 7:15pm
                                           ohhhh... now... grammaboodawg 143 0 Jan 20, 5:04pm
       My take Shirriff Anthony 169 0 Jan 17, 4:56pm
       Collapse I wonder if The Hobbit films are the victims of LOTR's success... Arandiel 180 1 Jan 19, 7:29pm
           The LOTR films were a tough act to follow Gwytha 168 0 Jan 19, 11:50pm
       An old joke: Darkstone 108 0 Jan 21, 10:18pm
       Probaby because we have enjoyed EomundDaughter 119 0 Jan 21, 11:06pm
       I agree Lindarielwen 78 0 Jan 30, 1:50pm

  Moved: Ringer Reviews? elentari3018 - - Jan 14, 1:40pm Jump to last post in thread (by elentari3018)

Collapse Middle-earth is/was real. Tolkien wrote about actual historical events. QuackingTroll 553 47 Jan 14, 12:54pm Jump to last post in thread (by EomundDaughter)
       I do not have much... emre43 249 0 Jan 14, 2:48pm
       Tolkien Himself Said No Allegory Intended, But Left A Puzzle Behind Too...... the 13th warrior 259 0 Jan 14, 3:23pm
       Collapse Hi QT Bracegirdle 241 1 Jan 14, 3:41pm
           This reminds me of summer camp..... the 13th warrior 218 0 Jan 14, 7:36pm
       Collapse That a rabbit hole you really don't want to go down. Darkstone 231 1 Jan 14, 8:27pm
           That's exactly the rabbit hole I want to look into! QuackingTroll 136 0 Jan 15, 11:48pm
       I choose to believe it's real. So there. Meneldor 204 0 Jan 14, 9:05pm
       Collapse Middle Earth is a mirror-image of Colorado. Aunt Dora Baggins 223 9 Jan 14, 9:15pm
           Collapse That sounds fun. DanielLB 187 4 Jan 14, 10:12pm
               Collapse See if this link works. Aunt Dora Baggins 173 3 Jan 15, 12:01am
                   Collapse Thank you, I can see it now. DanielLB 155 2 Jan 15, 7:34am
                       Collapse The San Luis valley really is nothing like Mordor Aunt Dora Baggins 148 1 Jan 15, 2:16pm
                           Plus, Durthango is too far west!// L. Ron Halfelven 123 0 Jan 15, 5:23pm
           Collapse What business does an Elf, a Man, and a Dwarf have in South Park?// L. Ron Halfelven 176 1 Jan 14, 10:22pm
               The paper business QuackingTroll 128 0 Jan 16, 12:19am
           Collapse That is cool - thanks for sharing, Aunt Dora! Arandiel 101 1 Jan 15, 10:41pm
               Ha ha! Yep! Aunt Dora Baggins 104 0 Jan 15, 10:59pm
       Collapse I can't prove anything but your post brings back a fond memory Gwytha 199 5 Jan 14, 9:21pm
           Collapse Hi there Idaho Bracegirdle 180 3 Jan 14, 10:17pm
               Collapse Hey! Gwytha 159 2 Jan 15, 3:59am
                   Collapse Isn't it odd, no matter where someone lives... QuackingTroll 135 1 Jan 16, 12:27am
                       Mmmm, Cornwall... Gwytha 125 0 Jan 16, 5:33am
           I see it all around me when I go hiking here. // Aunt Dora Baggins 93 0 Jan 15, 11:10pm
       Collapse It was certainly "real" within his mind as subcreation and has become Eruonen 137 2 Jan 15, 4:33pm
           Collapse I found this nice write up Eruonen 133 1 Jan 15, 4:41pm
               That was fantastic, thankyou... QuackingTroll 130 0 Jan 16, 12:16am
       Of course it's real... Elarie 124 0 Jan 15, 8:43pm
       Heh Eledhwen 116 0 Jan 15, 9:35pm
       Collapse Just because they didn't happen on Earth doesn't mean they didn't happen elsewhere Arandiel 111 9 Jan 15, 10:47pm
           Collapse Yes, the Star Trek parallels are striking Elarie 142 8 Jan 16, 12:34am
               Collapse There are also similarities between... QuackingTroll 144 2 Jan 16, 12:38am
                   You know, I've noticed that... Arandiel 130 0 Jan 16, 12:48am
                   LOL! Elarie 132 0 Jan 16, 1:09am
               Hee-hee! I like it!// Arandiel 126 0 Jan 16, 12:45am
               Collapse Let's not take the 'Star Trek' analogy too far. Otaku-sempai 127 3 Jan 16, 12:24pm
                   *mods up*// Arandiel 106 0 Jan 16, 5:57pm
                   Collapse but the evidence just won't go away... Elarie 78 1 Jan 18, 2:21pm
                       True! Otaku-sempai 79 0 Jan 18, 2:24pm
       Collapse A similar discussion: Plurmo 150 2 Jan 15, 11:23pm
           Collapse I think you just won the game! QuackingTroll 138 1 Jan 15, 11:59pm
               Niggle's tree.... dormouse 86 0 Jan 18, 9:58am
       "Toward the Gleam" Gianna 117 0 Jan 16, 6:30pm
       There's nothing I can point to grammaboodawg 94 0 Jan 18, 2:45am
       Collapse Middle-earth is real in the sense that... Otaku-sempai 86 2 Jan 18, 1:57pm
           Collapse Or as Dumbledore says.... dormouse 78 1 Jan 18, 2:02pm
               Exactly!// arithmancer 66 0 Jan 20, 3:21am
       Tolkien could EomundDaughter 49 0 Jan 21, 11:16pm

  Moved: Tolkien wouldn't be welcomed in modern Birmingham...according to Fox News. Moahunter - - Jan 13, 4:50pm Jump to last post in thread (by Moahunter)

Collapse Tolkien and the number three.. Bracegirdle 294 23 Jan 12, 10:17pm Jump to last post in thread (by Bracegirdle)
       Collapse For a minute there I thought this was another of your games..... ;-) dormouse 174 3 Jan 12, 11:25pm
           And Starling 159 0 Jan 13, 12:06am
         Collapse Ok, it's a game/quiz... Bracegirdle 157 1 Jan 13, 12:14am
               Well Faleel 144 0 Jan 13, 2:08am
       eleventy one = 111 = 3 a.s. 170 0 Jan 13, 12:01am
       Collapse All the cardinal numbers have mystical significance squire 161 2 Jan 13, 1:19am
           Collapse Thanks for the info Squire Bracegirdle 118 1 Jan 13, 3:51pm
               Three is one of the strongest ones squire 98 0 Jan 13, 7:38pm
       3 x 3 = 9 FrogmortonJustice65 143 0 Jan 13, 4:44am
       Collapse Have you been peeking on my computer? DanielLB 107 1 Jan 13, 6:06pm
           Yes, I know every keystroke you makeÖ :) Bracegirdle 92 0 Jan 13, 7:02pm
       Collapse Here are the notes I had written for the #3. DanielLB 113 2 Jan 13, 6:37pm
           Collapse My, you found bunches that I missed Bracegirdle 95 1 Jan 13, 7:11pm
               and Tolkien had 3 sons... dormouse 40 0 Jan 14, 3:40pm
       Tolkien number 3's Hamfast Gamgee 95 0 Jan 13, 7:51pm
       Collapse The number 3 shows up a lot in fairy tales. Aunt Dora Baggins 81 5 Jan 14, 3:42am
           Collapse and nursery rhymes a.s. 62 4 Jan 14, 12:47pm
               Collapse Rub-a-dub-dub, Bracegirdle 51 3 Jan 14, 3:23pm
                   Collapse "I saw three ships come sailing in...." // dormouse 44 2 Jan 14, 3:25pm
                       Collapse That is a beautiful xmas carol.... the 13th warrior 46 1 Jan 14, 3:34pm
                           Hello - no, I've never heard that version dormouse 44 0 Jan 14, 3:38pm
       Collapse *geeky hand clapping* This is brillant! :D Found in The Hobbit grammaboodawg 58 1 Jan 14, 3:28pm
         Good catches gramma Bracegirdle 74 0 Jan 14, 3:47pm
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