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In the hobbit, tolkien called them goblins (but they were still orcs) and they were described as dirty, I havent seen the hobbit films so I'm guessing its peter jacksons interpretation for them to be clean.
They are not stupid though, not in the books anyway. I dont remember them being that dim in the lotr film trilogy either though, more like just usual "bad guy" film logic that gets bad guys killed.
They look cleaner than the LoTR orcs...but that's not saying a whole lot. Also, Azog is alive in both movies.
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- yes, they are not that stupid as was indicated in the films. they're even described as pack hunters in the silmarillion.
LOL MD. Artistic license.
GRABE while going home for the holidays, I left my bag (where my laptop and my hard drive were, where ALL MY LIFE were) in a public airport shuttle bus! I only recalled some 4 hours later when I arrived home and I wanted to unpack my laptop to my horror I couldn't find the bag!!! eep.
Good thing I could search their contact number on the net and they were able to secure the bag UNTOUCHED! Thank the gods for good people on this earth!!!
God just gave you a Merry Christmas.
caesar retrieval arc.
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happy holidays guys!
Happy holiday to you MD.
yes "Happy Holidays" would be the more politically correct greeting.
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Seeing as the Christians only stole the 25th of December from the Pagans, I think "happy holidays" would be the more appropriate greeting. btw, jeebus christ is the newest diety the 25th of December as his birthday.