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Re: Why?
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Yes it does

Posted on: 2011/7/16 4:03

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Re: Why?????????
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Judging by the numerous question marks after "Why" in Trotter's opening post, it would appear to matter to the aforementioned Trotter...

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Posted on: 2011/7/16 3:58
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Re: George Allen & Unwin: A Remembrancer on eBay
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Well, from everyone who does not have a copy of this book, thanks for that Trotter!

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Re: Tolkien Family Album
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Also, if anyone in the US (or anyone else who would just like the book for the content, & doesn't care for edition) would like a US 1st/1st of The Tolkien Family Album in F/F condition --I have a copy, that anyone can have for a nominal fee. Just PM me.

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Dior wrote:
Terrible...I don't think Tolkien would have approved.

Dior



I always smile a bit at comments about whether [insert name of arbitrary dead person] would have approved of something. I tend to think that we should worry less about what we imagine the dead might think about something and concentrate on what the living think. Once you die, you lose the right to approve/disapprove of anything from that point right until the end of the universe. I suspect that one of the best things about dying is you no longer have to give a toss.

Personally, I couldn't care less who the bridge is named after. No one is harmed, either way, so what does it matter?

Stu

Posted on: 2011/7/16 3:39



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