Saturday, November 12, 2011

Sharing Saturday #3 (I think)

Since I just love sharing things--big, small; important, benign; funny, boring--I thought I'd spread the joy of Saturday in the EDM310 lab with y'all. Normally I get at least one or two students, during the five hour window of time, who have questions and assignment needs to be met.

However, it's one of those slow Saturdays (sometimes preferable if I'm not in a great mood) and I've had multitudes of time to watch YouTube videos. I watched The Aristocats, and now I can't stop humming "everybody, everybody, everybody wants to be a cat!"

But--and hold on to your hats folks--I found something even better. "Blasphemy!" I hear some say. Well, here's my proof.

Yes. That is Lord of the Rings in animated form. I know this may not come as such a big shock or seem like a big deal to some of you, but finding another way to get my Tolkien fix is probably the best thing that's happened all week. That's including getting a haircut. (Although if you are my sister and you're reading this, the haircut is awesome. You did a fantastic job!)

I'm now watching this instead of Disney movies. There's also The Hobbit animated movie on YouTube as well. The Internet will never cease to impress me. At least not today.


  1. What a treat! Hadn't a clue Lord of the Rings was there. You made my evening. Thank you!

  2. @Kittie: You're welcome! So glad to help further Tolkien's influence! Even by animated proxy.

  3. Quote: "I found something even better. "Blashemy!" I hear some say. Well, here's my proof."

    Now, I know English is debatably my first language, and sometimes I get confused. Here, I have to wonder, though, what in the world does 'Blashemy!' mean?


  4. Haha! Tanya, you found a typo! Yay! It's supposed to be "blasphemy" with a 'p'. :D My bad! I'm gonna fix it. Thanks!

  5. That typo made my day (I know, doesn't take much lol)


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