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Susan discussed literature?

Ever since Estella’s Revenge came to an end I’m been vaguely thinking that maybe a book forum/discussion site might be a nice idea. So, with some encouragement from Anne I have decided to give it a go. At the moment I’m keeping it on the blog’s url until I can figure out if it needs a url/space of its own. So I guess you could say it is in testing.

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Beo ar an aer

Féach ar sin, tá TG4 online. And not just a schedule, but actual programmes. I’m not sure if it works outside Ireland, but sure take a look at let me know: www.tg4.tv

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I don’t know, fly casual!

So Han Solo really was in Firefly then. If you don’t see him just click and the flickr one has a note to point him out. via Firefly Daily

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kingdom of daylight’s dauphin

Well, some people might get to see Golden Eagles, but I got to see a Peregrine Falcon. At least I’m assuming thats what it was considering the fact that there is one living down by the IFSC and the bird that...

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The Hobbiton Report

This Inquiry finds that Boromir was entrusted by his father, the
Steward of Gondor, with the task of discovering the plans being made
by Elrond of Rivendale for war in Middle-Earth. Boromir appears to
have acted outside of his appointed office by speaking to the Council
of Elrond and by participating in the undertaking known as the
Fellowship of the Ring. It is
clear that these were the events that led to the death of Boromir on
a remote wooded hillside.