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Radagast vs Al Gore


Jun 29 2016, 1:55am

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Radagast vs Al Gore Can't Post

Who could protect Earth?

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Jun 30 2016, 6:05pm

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Gosh XD [In reply to] Can't Post

Radagast of course! Laugh

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Jun 30 2016, 6:07pm

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A wizard of nature [In reply to] Can't Post

vs a politician with a slide show? Yeah, I'm backing the wizard.

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Sep 13 2016, 7:35pm

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You must be joking ;) [In reply to] Can't Post

Radagast without a doubt...his spirit is one with the natural world.

Al - the green machine - Gore who cynically found a way to make millions pushing an agenda and who hypocritically does not walk the walk.....easy.


Sep 16 2016, 8:36pm

Post #5 of 6 (2510 views)
I hear Radagast invented the palantir. [In reply to] Can't Post

Radagast also looks better in earth tones and is a much better people person. And since Mr. Gore has shown himself extremely talented at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, it's Radagast all the way.

The audacious proposal stirred his heart. And the stirring became a song, and it mingled with the songs of Gil-galad and Celebrian, and with those of Feanor and Fingon. The song-weaving created a larger song, and then another, until suddenly it was as if a long forgotten memory woke and for one breathtaking moment the Music of the Ainur revealed itself in all glory. He opened his lips to sing and share this song. Then he realized that the others would not understand. Not even Mithrandir given his current state of mind. So he smiled and simply said "A diversion.

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Sep 20 2016, 11:48pm

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Do you mean in Middle-earth or . . . [In reply to] Can't Post

on Parallel-earth?

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