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janet

How did Moomin react to the moment in Rivendell when Biblo sees the ring and briefly becomes monster-like? I thought that was one of the scariest moments in the movie, and might be particularly scary for a child.

badgerbag

Oh wow, we didn't get there yet! We'll warn him. it seems crucial to explain how the ring is sort of cool but sort of evil and has a bad influence even on "the good guys"....

elswhere

Thanks for the shout-out--when I wrote that post yesterday, I thought "Badger will know what I mean." It drove me nuts. I knew if I said anything there, people would look at me and be like, "What?! It's cute!"

There appears to be a Middle East Peace Camp for Jewish and Arab kids I could send her to next summer. I hope it's happy and jolly and not all political and earnest all day.

And Amy rocks! Rachel's blog is great, too.

lori

I was listening to Tom Lehrer when I was 5ish, 6ish, and look how I turned out :)

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