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  1. about 1 hour ago on Real Life Adventures

    Yes. It fools the sharks

  2. about 1 hour ago on Questionable Quotebook

    “XD is an emoticon commonly used to symbolize laughter. It represents two closed eyes with the X and mouth with the D.”

    If you select text and click for a context menu (right mouse button for PCs), you can search for it.

  3. about 1 hour ago on The Flying McCoys

    What secret recipe? Give me a detailed description.

  4. about 2 hours ago on Andertoons

    I like this guy! If anyone can tell me how to contact him, I’ll offer him a deal on some of my famous Colorado oceanfront property!

  5. about 20 hours ago on Ten Cats

    Sorry, I’m not familiar with the book in question; I mostly know about things that Tolkien himself wrote. It’s a bit late for me or I would poke around in some Tolkien sites and try to turn something up. Perhaps I can check tomorrow.

  6. 1 day ago on Ten Cats

    All that, and I forgot to link to the playlist!

  7. 1 day ago on Ten Cats

    You might try some of his shorter works, such as Farmer Giles of Ham, The Smith of Wooten Major, and Roverandom. (There’s also Leaf by Niggle, which is worth reading simply because Tolkien, who famously hated allegory, wrote an allegory. Bwa-ha-ha!) You might also check out some of his essays, especially “On Fairy Stories.”

    As to The Silmarillion, Pamko Elessar’s channel has a playlist of the chapters read aloud with maps and other supplementary material and very useful summaries in the description below the video. It’s not finished, but mostly there—through Chapter 21 at the moment. If you can get through all that, you can probably finish the rest on your own and go on to Lost Tales, Unfinished Tales, Duck Tales… Wait—that last one is from another franchise.

    When you listen to the audio, you might want to read the summary first to prepare you. Some of the chapters are rather long, so this will take a while. I think it’s necessary to read all of Tolkien’s longer works at least twice if not three times before it all begins to gel. But after the audio read-through you should be able read the book properly.

  8. 1 day ago on Ten Cats

    I’ve never actually read Tolkien. He’s in a grave, and it’s probably too dark to read him down there. On the other hand, once I finish the comics, the Ring will be going in the fire on schedule, and I should visit the Field of Cormallen. By day’s end, the Steward and the King will have had their chat, and I should finish up on Tuesday!

  9. 1 day ago on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

    I hadn’t realized Halloween was so close! I’d better stock up!

  10. 1 day ago on The Fusco Brothers

    Then be a man and take them back! Or if you can’t be a man, fling some poop at the cheeky devil!