The Sandorian Grove: Where Merlin rests or works...

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 Where Merlin rests or works...5 comments
picture24 Apr 2004 @ 09:09, by Max Sandor

Merlin's archetypal forces are still roaming this world, even though some say he would be staying at his glass castle underneath the 'Tor' in Glastonbury/Somerset (see picture).

See a summary at GeZi's BLOG.

Is he the true Avatar? You answer this for yourself,hehe.. I for myself..

..I'm not necessarily claiming to reincarnate King Arthur even though the comparison is quite flattering, I have to say..

I feel more like an odd bard these days, a troubador... Like the bard in Asterix and Obelix, however, I would get beaten up if I tried to sing a song in public...

(btw, any hint to a link to a Blog in Occitan would be appreciated!)

Besides, my Guinevere (or however you would spell her name), is dwelling in Brazil, wondering what the hell I am doing at my own (King Arthur's) burial place...

I am used to witness my own burials, of course, but that's another story... mx

PS: gz, did my memorial plaque get ever saved? it's a relique now after all ;-)

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24 Apr 2004 @ 19:51 by nemue : ???
As the reincarnate of the Lady of the Lake I don't remember you dear soul..enough a Bard you may like to visit here..

Blesings Nemue  

28 Apr 2004 @ 01:31 by Ge Zi @ : memorial plaque??
I don't know about no stinking plaque! who would use objects to stand in for a person anyways - not good for either side - the object and the subject ;-)
Christians are pretty good at that and see where it got them ... gz  

9 May 2016 @ 02:31 by 20160509meiqing @ : 20160509meiqing
"On Sunday, Cleveland beat the Atlanta Hawks 100-99 and advanced to the conference finals. Now that it has swept two playoff series, it's worth reevaluating this team. Are the Cavs that we've seen in the past three weeks that much different from the ones that went through so much drama in the previous 82 games? Are they significantly better than they were this time last year?

The big change is obvious: Cleveland is taking and making more 3-pointers than anyone else in the postseason, which has made its offense almost unstoppable. Channing Frye was acquired at the trade deadline in order to help the Cavaliers space the floor, and when he's on the court with Love, there isn't a better-shooting big man duo in the league.

In Game 2 against Atlanta, Cleveland shot 25-for-45 from 3-point range, setting an NBA record for 3s made in a game, regular season or playoffs. In the other three games, the Cavs shot 52-for-107 (48.6 percent).

“They shot the piss out of the ball,” Hawks forward Paul Millsap said.

Theoretically, it's not that difficult to figure out how to build an offense around James: simply surround him with as many shooters as possible. For the Cavs, though, the game has never looked as easy as it has in these playoffs. Unlike last year, James isn't grinding out ugly possessions, going one-on-one and playing almost every minute. Unlike the regular season, there haven't been any letdowns."
"To be clear: the Hawks are not a bunch of schlubs, and Cleveland didn't completely embarrass them. Atlanta trailed by just two points with three-and-a-half minutes left in Game 1, led going into the fourth quarter of Game 3 and had an opportunity to win on the final possession of Game 4. The Hawks often looked helpless defensively, though, and that is rare. They were second in the NBA in defensive rating in the regular season.

“I just think we hit our stride at the right time,” Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue said. “I think the last three or four weeks of the season we really started playing really good basketball on both ends and it's carried over. I think the guys are trusting the offense, they're trusting the defense, and when you're able to lock into a team for a seven-game series, it's easier. It's easier on you. You can kind of pick up their tendencies, what they like to do, what they're going to do after timeouts, how they're going to play you defensively.”

In the close-out game, Love scored a game-high 27 points, going 8-for-15 from 3-point range and pulling down 13 rebounds. That's the sort of stat line that makes him unique, and the Cavs had no one who could do that this time last year. James came close to a triple-double, with 21 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Kyrie Irving's eight assists were more important than his 21 points. Crucially, the team isn't just coasting by on talent alone -- the three of them made each other better.

“I know these guys have been waiting on the opportunity to be in the postseason again after what happened last year with their injuries,” James said. “They've been building up towards this both mentally and physically. Obviously I can't say that I haven't waited for ‘em as well -- to get them back to this moment so I can be out there with them."  

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