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    J.R.R. Tolkien R.A. Salvatore (Drizzt series)...

    J.R.R. Tolkien
    R.A. Salvatore (Drizzt series)
    Tracy Weis and Margaret Hickman (Dragonlance)
    Guy Gavriel Kay (Tigana is an awesome book, highly recommended)
    H.P. Lovecraft (since he's being...
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    Important!  For me it's the bagpipes or the fiddle, for sure....

    For me it's the bagpipes or the fiddle, for sure. Not many people like the pipes, though.
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    Important! Poll! I agree that most modern art is garbage, though...

    I agree that most modern art is garbage, though the modern art I speak mostly of is what might be seen in the Neue Kunst museum in Munich, rather than the early modern art as presented by the...
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    Poll! I voted other, as it depends on who exactly one...

    I voted other, as it depends on who exactly one would consider to be my "countrymen". When it comes to the rural population of my nation, many of them take interest in their culture and ancestry. The...
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    Ah, my mistake. There must be three versions...

    Ah, my mistake. There must be three versions floating around as I recall seeing one production (possibly a non-hollywood production, since evidently this isn't the cast I had seen before) in which a...
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    I know it was filmed in Iceland, but are you sure...

    I know it was filmed in Iceland, but are you sure it is an Icelandic production? I thought the director/producer (whatever he is, heh) was an Icelandic Canadian, and that the film was a Canadian...
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    Poll! All these vaccinations do no good as far as I'm...

    All these vaccinations do no good as far as I'm concerned. Perhaps if people stopped cramming their bodies with unhealthy foods and over the counter drugs their immune systems would be less inept. If...
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    I totally agree. People spend way too much time...

    I totally agree. People spend way too much time passing responsiblity (or the blame, in other words) onto others than actually going about solving the problems themselves.
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    Is it just me or do people here keep confusing...

    Is it just me or do people here keep confusing the two new Beowulf movies coming out. As far as I know there are two: one (this one) called Beowulf and Grendel that is not starring Angelina Jolie...
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    Poll! I agree completely, Cuchullain. Learning family...

    I agree completely, Cuchullain. Learning family stories and tales of our kinsmen from the past is an essential part of reconnecting ourselves with the traditions and spirituality of our ancestors. It...
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    Poll! In my opinion, it really depends in which sense...

    In my opinion, it really depends in which sense you look at the subject of "afterlife". To me, the concept of Valhalla in itself is metaphorical in that it encourages honourable deeds in life. If one...
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    I'd say all religions that take on a universalist...

    I'd say all religions that take on a universalist view are a threat, primarily for the reason that a commonality in religion tends to create a bond between people who would otherwise possess none....
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    Indeed, so would I. But it seems that the contact button on Galactica is not working for me. But definitely something to try and inquire about.
  14. Important!  The 21st century and still the Christians work to...

    The 21st century and still the Christians work to convert rural peoples. I find it especially sad in this case as they are indeed the last of a Pagan community/nation. It's sick, in my opinion. But I...
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    Thank you for the information. Very interesting....

    Thank you for the information. Very interesting. I think I will give this a try. In the past I've tried a few methods of "cleansing" (the whole cranberry juice thing etc.) but never to this extent....
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    Could you possibly tell us more about this?...

    Could you possibly tell us more about this? Thanks.
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    Indeed, at least it does allow people to get some...

    Indeed, at least it does allow people to get some contact with historical martial arts. Though often times it is not terribly realistic. Reinactors are often shocked when discovering the real thing...
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    I agree the meat industry is inhumane. Cattle...

    I agree the meat industry is inhumane. Cattle there live in filth and are fed filth...so instead of calling for a stop to meat eating simply do not support them. Buy meat from free range sources, or...
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    Is that your reason for being a vegetarian...?...

    Is that your reason for being a vegetarian...? Despite the fact that it is unhealthy for you?
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    Thank you for the warm welcome, Corvin :) ...

    Thank you for the warm welcome, Corvin :)

    Some of what you've mentioned seem definitely like topics I'd like to see you expand upon. Perhaps via pm as you suggested.

    As for the more basic...
  21. Study Shows Big Game Hunters, Not Climate Change, Killed Off Sloths

    Intersting article, thought I'd share :)

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/08/050803173345.htm
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    Hello Sigel and thanks for the reply :) ,



    Perhaps, although I would argue it is a result of the difference our methods of communication even 100 hundred years ago, and today. The issue with...
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    Well, instead of making my own topic I thought...

    Well, instead of making my own topic I thought I'd just introduce myself here. My interests both in and outside school involve Odalism and the study of myth, folklore (predominantly eastern Canada),...
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    Alright, basically what I got reconfirmed was...

    Alright, basically what I got reconfirmed was what I had written in my previous post but more detailed. You need significantly more protein in you diet (plant protein is not as well absorbed), and if...
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    I remember a discussion with a major in Protein...

    I remember a discussion with a major in Protein sciences in which he refuted the common myth that there are substitutes for the protein supply found in meat. Apparently it is far more complex than...
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