Strolling with a skeptical biochemist
[Photo Credit: I took this picture in the commuter train concourse at Union Station, Toronto, Ontario, Canada]
It will be good to see him in his natural hobbitat...
I'm in. I'm just not answering the door. No autographs, please.
I think you should leave the ring behind, Bilbo. Is that so hard?
only the wizard can enter...
I can still remember my primary school teacher, Mr Alvey, reading The Hobbit to our class in the afternoon and being enthralled by it. I've loved Tolkien ever since.And I noticed that there's an extended trailer for the new Star Trek movie being released with the The Hobbit. What more could one ask for?
Speaking of hobbits (OK, not speaking of hobbits) just recently pieces of your site have been broken for me. Where the links to comments should be, I see "There was an error in this gadget." And the same where links to previous posts should be. Is it just me?
I see the same.
He's apparently been in town for a couple weeks, but I only had the chance of making his acquaintance yesterday. Some people complain he gives them a headache, but I found him a most agreeable companion with whom to spend three hours.
I also enjoyed my visit with him in Los Angeles. He did not give me a headache and his three-dimensional appearance was pleasant.His dwarf friends, however, weren't so pleasant. I could have done without their singing.