Thread: Week ending May 20 2012
An after thought for all you incredibly talented posters. It is good to post anywhere you like and I am grateful for it. I might suggest that when you get the chance that you might look at old threads that are thought provoking, especially any with Val our returning mariner, and especially those which dear Grondmaster participated in, he really knew his stuff. And never ever forget our Vir, boy back in the day when he seemed to have more time, he gave EVERY one a run for his or her money. Some hit the 'books' as it were to just try and prove him wrong. !
You deserve this POTW. Your posts are always so informative and interesting.
You know so much about Tolkien. You really are a fitting winner.
And I know how it is to win the POTW
Well thank you! I didn't even know we had posts of the week until recently.
Or if I did I forgot and thanks for the PM too (which is how I knew about this thread)
Nice that you know it now. You really deserve this.
I knew about the POTW when I saw that I had won it. Some weeks ago. I real surprise for me. You must be proud that you have won.
Congrats, Galin! Your posts are a pleasure for the eyes indeed (and those parts of the brain which are responsible for reading! haha!).
That is so very true Indis (and thankyou dearest dearest Arwen) Galin is to me the epitome of a scholar, in that he looks at something from 360 degrees and then goes inward covering all the bases as it were. Being once an editor of a city newspaper, then a law researcher I find his way of approaching a subject comforting in that I know i shall get the best information possible on any given subject being discussed. Again congratulations dear Galin.
Congratulations Galin! I think that there are many people here who knows millions of things about Tolkien books but probably you are the best informed person in PT. When someone studies or cares for something like you do, it's because they love what they are doing. So you love Tolkien work and bring details that are not easy to find. Thank you!
Thanks Elbereth and all! And yes I love Tolkien's world greatly...
... starting in the deep past of the misty 'Dark Years' too (the 1900s)