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I started watching the Iliad one, because you mentioned extra art in that one. ::):

 

These are really good! I can't wait to watch the rest later!!

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A new one, the Elder or Poetic Edda, a.k.a. nearly everything we have actually written down about Norse mythology:

 

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"Tolkien, you hack!" ROFL!!! Your daughter's videos are always so delightful, I look forward to each new one! Also, huzzah for a sponsor, that's super neat!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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"Tolkien, you hack!" ROFL!!! Your daughter's videos are always so delightful, I look forward to each new one! Also, huzzah for a sponsor, that's super neat!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

I have to admit, I have no idea what comes immediately after that line. Whatever she was saying was completely drowned out by my laughter. :lol: 

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'Red' needs more viewers, and sponsors. Far funnier than those millionaire 'game reviewers' 

 

I'm a subscriber!

 

I think I'm even caught up on videos too.

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saw that last night. It was good. I was glad she got her partner-in-crime to voice the monk. It really did add a certain something to the whole video

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Just finished watching the new "Taming of the Shrew" episode.

 

Kudos to Red for tackling a play she didn't care for.  As for how people think it's a love story; I never understood it either.

 

I always did enjoy how Elizabeth Taylor chewed the scenery in her version though.

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Just finished watching the new "Taming of the Shrew" episode.

 

Kudos to Red for tackling a play she didn't care for.  As for how people think it's a love story; I never understood it either.

 

I always did enjoy how Elizabeth Taylor chewed the scenery in her version though.

Oh yeah, she haaaaaaates that play.

 

Got too many requests for it, I guess.

 

Here's the link:

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yeah, I don't blame her at all for hating on that play. Why it, and Romeo and Juliet are considered Old Bill's best romances, quite beyond me

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