Middle Earth Falls: The Impotence Of Nerd YouTube

The fall and decline of LOTR has been a long time coming but the books are still out there, ignore Amazon’s travesty.

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4 comments

  1. ᛋᛠᛉ · June 21

    Some of my fondest childhood memories are Ma reading me.Hobbit and LOTR when I was in 3rd grade. Shame what the dirty hippies are doing. Truth will out, you can’t erase the hardback copies and the old cartoons. Speaking of: did you know Viggo Mortensen did his own Danish dubs of the early 2000s LOTR? Also, if you can, you should watch the Bakshi (BBC) animated one.

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    • Viking Life Blog · June 22

      I have seen The Lord of the Rings (1978 film), a long time ago. I believe, that I have read the comic books too. I have never read the books, but I do enjoy LOTR. And yes, it’s a shame that Culture Marxism is corrupting it.
      I did not know, that there is a voice over version of LOTR. I am not sure, that I am a fan of it.
      Johnny Bravo and The Tick are very good in Danish, but that is not always the case.

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · June 22

        Really? Man, that’s pretty cool. I just learned that there are some games with Danish dubs.

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      • Viking Life Blog · June 22

        There is a tradition of dubbing childrens entertainment (in Denmark, Sweden and Norway), so I am not surprised.
        The best at dubbing works on childrens entertainment, unlike Germany, France, etc. where they do “grown up” movies.

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