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Freelancer Freelancer said (2 years ago):
Hello, Irene. I was looking back over the weekly AMoL Memory spoiler threads, and the links for Week Three are pointing to Week Two instead. Thought you'd like to know.
ZEXXES ZEXXES said (2 years ago):
Hey Irene! Hope you're doing well. I'm not receiving any of the Memory emails. Is it possible you can fix that... Please! Z
drewlovs drewlovs said (2 years ago):
Irene, are the quotes being emailed once a day all considered significant, or are there so "red herrings" mixed in to force us to decide if the quote in question is meaningful? I just want to know if part of the fun is to separate the meaningful quotes from the worthless quotes as well as who/what/where.
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subwoofer subwoofer said (3 years ago):
hello Irene, thanks for the intervention, I want to move on and I can't wait a whole week for this thread to expire. anyways I am messaging you... and I hope you get this because messaging doesn't seem to work for me the comment totally disappears- as in all my typing goes away and no comment appears below the shoutbox and I get this- Fatal error: Class 'JModuleHelper' not found in /www/sites/ on line 967- please help. er... woof?
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jskanderson jskanderson said (4 years ago):
Dear Irene, I am surprised that there is no blog entry by anyone about The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan being nominated for an Academy Award, movies and TV are discussed quite a bit here, and it would seem that a small mention would be appropriate. Thank you for the opportunity to tell you this. Sincerely, jskanderson
halibulu halibulu said (4 years ago):
Hi Irene, I was contemplating your request on the ToM spoiler board regarding which scene to have for the ebook cover art. The general consensus seems to be the hammer forging by Perrin, which I'm fully in support of because it certainly seems to give the most vivid imagery. A nice blend of the majestic & sheer wonder. However, I'd suggest giving a thought to the end of chapter 13, namely Rand's make-up with Tam. As a real guy's guy that scene is simply powerful to me because I cannot read it without my eyes misting up, and it is the only scene within all of WoT that has pulled that kind of emotional response from me. It would surely be a difficult scene to fully convey rand's overwhelming sense of shame and remorse, but there's just something beautiful about the most powerful man in the world return as the wayward son, little more than a boy filled with tears, and seeking his father's forgiveness, acceptance, & love. That's a scene many a person can relate to, and it strikes as being the most important underlying theme within this book. Sorry for the essay. Just my two cents.