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  1. I think that would be kind of contrary to the purpose of TLA at least, but you can always make new campaigns on your own.
  2. Just make sure not to advertise TLA as a game As a Tolkien fan community is fine, though.
  3. Hmm, there is no problem for me logged in or not logged in :/ Is it still not visible?
  4. I too loved that movie *shouts "Two men enter! One man leaves"* *Bust the deal! Face the Wheel!*
  5. I'd like to visit my family in Sicily. All my other relatives have been there
  6. Hmm I'm addicted to random knowledge I guess. I try to learn as much as I can about anything I can I collect too many different things where it's not even a collection anymore, it's just random stuff.
  7. I've never been a fan of the Horizontal Rule used more than once in an area. If you use it, I'd set it to "noshade" and a thickness of "1"
  8. Well I'm not sure about the first part, but the second part may have some validity. Anyways, George Bush doesn't need to be smart, just decisive. His cabinet needs to be smart It's interesting though that you tout Arnold Schwarzenegger as such a political success in the "Coolest Male Actor" thread, even though he's about as informed on politics as George W. Bush is...
  9. Crowe and Mortenson are really close votes for me. Since RotK is coming out, I went with mortenson Crowe is a brilliant actor and the lead actor in many brilliantly made movies. Mortenson, from his interviews at least, comes across not only as a capable actor, but also as a really interesting, driven, passionate person. And I like that.
  10. Bah grades are important I guess, but it's more important to learn how to motivate yourself, especially since grades won't always be there
  11. That website devoted to George Bush's "speech problems" is pretty inflammatory. Some things aren't even messed up, it just comes out bad because he's got a Texas accent. And somethings are just being interpreted wrong by the author of that site - For instance, the canada/mexico one - he obviously means the border relations as in two different border relationships between both canada and mexico. I think it's foolish to assume that everything he says is an error. But they make for good fun
  12. "Actually, I - this may sound a little West Texan to you, but I like it. When I'm talking about - when I'm talking about myself, and when he's talking about myself, all of us are talking about me." George W. Bush (talking about himself and Chris Matthews of Hardball) "Vice President mentioned Nigeria is a fledgling democracy. We have to work with Nigeria. That's an important continent." George W. Bush (in a presidential debate) "Sometimes, Washington is one of these towns where the person -- people who think they've got the sharp elbow is the most effective person." George W. Bush (this one's just funny, not so much stupid) "The solid truth of the matter is, when you find -- if you want to help heal the hurt -- if you want to hurt people and help people in pain, the best way to do so is to call upon the great strength of the country, which is the compassion of our fellow Americans." Bush "A country which has been under attack can respond by loving your neighbor like you'd like to be loved yourself." Bush - Good intentions, but again, really funny to think about "I've seen fox in here, I've seen all kinds of birds. It's a wonderful spot to come up in here and just kind of think about the budget." Bush, another absurd statement "I love the story of America, I love the fact that people who started with nothing and have built a fantastic food processing business." Bush, lol "I expressed our nation's condolences at the needless murder of innocent people, by the latest suicider." Bush, his favorite word must be suicider, which he invented himself. But hey, that's the American way - innovation!
  13. I don't know, really, I just am motivated to do stuff I guess self-betterment.
  14. bahai prestissimo Bahai - Of or relating to a religion founded in 1863 in Persia and emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind. Prestissimo - In as fast a tempo as possible. Used chiefly as a direction. http://www.israt.it/Israt/sportello/percor...le/neipaesi.htm bucephalus malapropism Bucephalus - Alexander the Great's Black Horse Malapropism - blatant, humorous misuse of a word. http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby...y/7049/dict.htm fermium rafflesia Fermium - Element of the Periodic Table named after Enrico Fermi. #100 Rafflesia - Huge 1 meter diameter flowering plant in Asia http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/eponyms.htm whickering chronometer Whickering - whinnying OR to make a hurtling sound like a thunderbolt through the air Chronometer - clock or some kind of timepiece http://members.aol.com/diavolessa/expense.htm
  15. Googlewhacking: By inputing two separate, real words, no quotes, no hyphens, return exactly one single resulting website. You can use proper names and such, but it's more of a challenge to use non-proper, English words. The googlewhack doesn't count if the result is a dictionary or wordlist of any sort. Post the two words and the site they link to when you get a successful googlewhack. (yes, this is a real thing - http://www.googlewhack.com/)
  16. @Tutankhamun - Well kind of: http://dictionary.reference.com/search?r=2&q=quixotic
  17. It's just like writing another language, that's all. It's not about "being cool", it's just for fun.
  18. Where I am forced to change my personality or submit to conformity to get something done :/
  19. Hmm for me it's a close call between Herugrim (Theoden's sword and Glamdring.
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