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Re: BBC Mastermind questions
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I watched the programme and got all of them in real time except the last one. I hesitated between two of the Four Wise Clerks and landed on the wrong one.

I was thinking c'mon guys, this is too easy. Several others in Unquendor agreed on our forum.

Posted on: 2010/2/15 18:14
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Re: BBC Mastermind questions
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Without looking anything up, I'm pretty sure I got them all correct, except the TCBS one; couldn't honestly say I'd have been able to answer that one if I'd been watching the show in real time. The rest I thought were pretty easy, and required very little thought. A couple of others, again if I'd been watching the show, would probably have been answered by the contestant before I'd thought of the answer myself.

BH

Posted on: 2010/2/15 8:45
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Re: New Letter from Tolkien found between books
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Thank you W&C! We can't really ask for any more than Christopher & Baillie's opinion posted here on the site. It is really very much appreciated.

Beren, we thinks that theory is out the window...

BH

Posted on: 2010/2/15 8:37
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Re: Moreton event postponed
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Sorry, was away from the computer over the weekend...

Did someone mention "proofs"? I've emailed you my new home address Deagol! (no, really, I have. Send it on...)

BH

Posted on: 2010/2/15 8:27
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Re: Moreton event postponed
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Hello everyone.

A new date for the Moreton event should be announced next week I think, barring the unforeseen...

There were allsorts of reasons for the postponement, not just delays with Wheelbarrows at Dawn.

The book is written and is being proofed at the moment. There was a bit of a mad rush with deadlines approaching, but things are now proceeding at a more leisurely pace, with items like family trees and indexes the only things on my to do list now.

If you are at the Three Farthing Stone Smialmoot next month (27 March) you will get a preview and sneaky peek....

Khamul - I have a proof copy of Chapters 1-4 on my desk now, about 130 pages.... thought you might be interested!!!

Posted on: 2010/2/13 10:52
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