Wednesday, December 01, 2004

How Preciousssssssss

Ah, as Christmas approaches my thoughts turn once again to Middle Earth and the heroism of the hobbits. Usually at this time, I'm re-turning the pages of The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Sadly, this year because of academic priorities, this pleasure has been stolen from me.

I am indebted to the Boots of Doom and her commitment to the destruction of the One Ring. There is a legend that fifty bonus minutes lurk upon the upcoming release of the special extended edition of "The Return of the King"; some of which are available for sneak preview.

It's enough for me to break forth in Elven song:

When pages turn in the Book of Net,
Of battles fought and comrades met,
Riding the tube light of cathode ray.

When hobbits brave and true upset
Ravage and ruin of Isildur's debt
And light o'ertakes the dawn of day.

Evil undone and hearth song rise,
Moonlight glows as eagle flies.

A joyous journey now told as tale,
Soon available, soon on sale!

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