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Tom Bombadil
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Date: Jan 3, 2013
Happy Birthday

Today was the Professor's Birthday. I hope you all remembered to Toast him



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Hey dol! merry dol! ring a dong dillo!
Ring a dong! hop along! fal lal the willow!
Tom Bom, Jolly Tom, Tom Bombadillo!

Samwise Gamgee - rank 9
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Date: Jan 5, 2013
I forgot all about it. That'd make him about 121 years old?

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My Master Sauron the Great bids thee Welcome....
Lord Elrond of Rivendell - Rank 9
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Date: Jan 6, 2013

Psst! Don't tell the Sackville-Baggins's!



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Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit
Called or uncalled, God is present

Guard of Armenelos - Rank 4
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Date: Jan 8, 2013
For the Man's B-day I watched a National Geographic biography piece on him I had found on Netflix. It took us from his childhood to The War to Oxford and how he gathered some inspirations for his epic tales. It was quite informative (Narration done by Ian Holm) especially when it came to the inspiration for the sacrificial tower built in Numenor with a dome of Silver as figured in the Silmarillion. Apparently there was a building much like it on-campus in Oxford somewhere!!!

Very cool stuff!!!

Happy Belated Birthday Professor Tolkien!!!!!

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Thorin Oakenshield - Rank 6
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Date: Jan 10, 2013

HB to the professor!



-- Edited by Bilbo Baggins on Thursday 10th of January 2013 12:37:45 AM

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Haldir of Lorien - Rank 6
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Date: Jan 11, 2013

Jaido,

What was the name of the documentary you watched?



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Guard of Armenelos - Rank 4
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Date: Jan 12, 2013
Laurelin,


It was called: The Real Middle-Earth. By Jansen Media in 2007. I hope that helps...




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