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Old 08-12-2007, 12:42 AM   #781
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Hey, Reg. You going down the Gang meeting tonight? We got havoc to cause, or something. Sweet.
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Beav, you're over 10,000 posts.
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I added my 2 cents. I typed something I'm sure nobody would have anticipated.
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everything. dogs, family, houses, friends, plans, dreams.
So, if i'm following this story: The dog ate your family causing them to become dark angry spirits that haunt your house like those freaky ghosts in Poltergeist and they killed all your friends, thus leading you to have to cancel your plans due to a lengthy jail term which will in fact, most likely though not definitely, put a halt on your dreams - or perhaps will cause bad dreams. I'm unclear there. Either way, that sucks. Sorry.
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I added my 2 cents. I typed something I'm sure nobody would have anticipated.
Indeed. That was from left field.
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So, if i'm following this story: The dog ate your family causing them to become dark angry spirits that haunt your house like those freaky ghosts in Poltergeist and they killed all your friends, thus leading you to have to cancel your plans due to a lengthy jail term which will in fact, most likely though not definitely, put a halt on your dreams - or perhaps will cause bad dreams. I'm unclear there. Either way, that sucks. Sorry.
I've been there. Bummer.
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:13 AM   #790
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Oh yeah, the Tolkien book - Im just into the first chapter, and I like it. Elves and Men and shit, lots of drama. It's Tolkien. But the son writes it well - it's written as a book, not a history like the Simillarion. It's strange to say, but it's "fiction", where as the Similiarian and Lost Tales are "non-fiction" and I am scaring the shit out of myself for saying that "outloud".
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I look forward to reading it.

I read the Silmarillion. Had so much trouble making it past the first 100 pages or so, and then, it just sort of became this incredible saga, or so I thought....I really enjoyed it, even found it to be touching.

I know what you mean re: ficiton/non
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Yeah, the Similairon (I will never spell that the same way twice) is great. I liked it better than the Hobbit. Wasn't too crazy about the lost tales though. And I'm really starting to not like aspects of the Peter Jackson movie, ie GImli as comic relief and I really to need stop now.
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I'll always love the films...hard to please everyone, and impossible to be 100% true to all aspects of the books. I agree, liked the Silmarillion more than I did the Hobbit, and I enjoyed the Hobbit. Have not read Lost Tales. Dude, have you ever read any of the Dune books? If I've asked already, sorry.
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I read the first one and I liked it, but reading it was like work. The story was dope though.
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The prequels and sequels by his son are fairly lame....entertaining, but, not at all deep like the original books.....I LOVED the first 2 Dune books....thought the 3rd was ok....4th ok.....and I went back to loving the 5th and 6th. He touches on so many different areas...religion, philosophy, politics, ecology....really well done stuff.
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