Hah, I had to share one from that list:
12. One of my advisors will be an average five-year-old child. Any flaws in my plan that he is able to spot will be corrected before implementation.
I would take him out to dinner all night long, if you know what I mean!
Aldric wrote:Oooh, that panther was freakin' awesome. You have to love how it attempted to be loyal to Drizzt regardless of who held its figurine. Hah, just the name of that makes me want to read that prequel trilogy. It's probably still my favorite of all. Drizzt seemed a bit less whiny then, as compared to once he hit the surface and had long depressing soliloquies.
Stephan wrote:What's the difference between abridged and unabridged?
Gosh, I'd really love to get some Arthurian stuff read! I've read the couple last chapters (we are only assigned the bits sure to spoil) of Morte D'Arthur, and I really really really want to read the whole thing! Time is the only obstacle... but I'll get it done, eventually.
I take it Mabinogion is worth a go as well.
myyrdneopia wrote:The Mabinogion is the collection of many of the original Welsh tales which developed into the more well-known Arthurian versions today. I think they predate even Geoffrey of Monmouth (unproven, IIRC, but quite likely, in my mind).
merssong wrote:Macbeth all the way. I actually dislike Hamlet, he never does anything but whine and complain. He also never accomplishes anything. Plus, Macbeth has those lovely witches.
pooks wrote:Severus Snape.
The true hero of the Potter series who fell in love with a woman unworthy of him.
[Hermione would have forgiven the boys for just about anything. Lily? Went with the bullies.]
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