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• Posted by: Beth
• Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 10:51 a.m.
• IP Address: 24.144.61.156
• In Response to: NO, NO, NO, NO! Can't you just get a grip? (Bindner)

Okay, should we all stop debating?
Tolkein's books are great and Peter Jackson did his best with the films (which are also great).
I'm a Christian and I love LORT...
So, why exactly are we arguing?
People have their own opinions.
Some people believe certain things, like for example I have a friend who only reads King James. Sure I dont agree, but I'm not going to go overboard about it.
Anyways, sorry to preach... but if you dont agree with LOTR, its ok! You watch a movie, you dont agree... alrighty! You watch a movie you love it, alrighty!
(Braveheart is an excellent movie, but its far different from the LOTR trilogy)
LOTR is fantasy/fiction... its not pointing you down a path of right and wrong... it has no cussing, no sex, common compared to some stuff, its not so bad.
Lets all get on with life, lol.




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