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Re: Lord of the Rings: A flawed trilogy
• Posted by: LOTRISCRAP   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2003, at 9:14 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Lord of the Rings: A flawed trilogy (Oldgamer)

> certainly wouldn't make a passing grade in any of my
> composition classes with an attitude like that.

> These are facts (that I clearly and literally indicated in my first post
> and did again in my second post, but to humor you, here it is spelled
> out):

> The first Star Wars film was released in 1977 and entitled Star Wars.
The second Star Wars film was released in 1980 and entitled The Empire
> Strikes Back.
The third Star Wars film was released in 1983 and
> entitled (originally) Revenge of the Jedi, then renamed to Return of the
> Jedi a few months before release.
The fourth Star Wars film was
> released in 1999 and entitled The Phantom Menace.
The fifth Star Wars
> film was released in 2002 and entitled Attack of the Clones.
The sixth
> Star Wars film will be released in 2005 and currently has no *official*
> title.

> If you prefer a comparison, consider the Indiana Jones films. The first
> one is Raiders of the Lost Ark, the second Indiana Jones and the Temple of
> Doom, and the third Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. In a timeline for
> the protagonist Indiana Jones, the second film's story occurs before the
> first film. But that does not make the second film the first film and the
> first one the second film. Who's on first? What's on second? :P

> But I'm only humoring your flamer personality. And from a psychological
> perspective, flamers are truly the saddest bunch. They seek out others
> hoping to inflate their own egos through insults or brandishing a bit of
> knowledge here-and-there, but they truthfully reveal their utter and
> complete ignorance of not only knowledge but social skills in the process.
> And when some of us show a bit of compassion, often trying to help, it
> fails because flamers have no concept of compassion in the online world.
> So, in the spirit of Gandalf:

> Hold your forked tongue! I did not come here to bandy crooked words with a
> witless worm!

Whoo! Do you have a life? I mean siriusly, you practily wrote a fricken paper!

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