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(AP News)   A 3,000-year-old gold ring that was stolen from an Aegean island in World War II, crossed the Atlantic, was bought by a Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian scientist and ended up in a Swedish museum has found its way back to Greece. Next Stop: Mt. Doom   (apnews.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, World War II, Greece, 3,000-year-old gold signet ring, Greek authorities, Sweden, Aegean Sea, Swedish museum, Nobel Prize  
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2022-05-20 1:59:24 PM  
Couldn't they have just used a giant eagle to fly it back?
 
2022-05-20 2:00:08 PM  
Hurry up and throw it in a volcano so Putin will die.
 
2022-05-20 2:29:50 PM  

RI_Red: Couldn't they have just used a giant eagle to fly it back?


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2022-05-20 2:32:16 PM  
I still believe that deep down, the Lord of the Rings is just a litany against marriage.

One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them,
 
2022-05-20 2:51:31 PM  
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2022-05-20 6:48:04 PM  
Ένα δαχτυλίδι για να τους κυβερνήσει όλους, ένα δαχτυλίδι για να τους βρει,
Ένα δαχτυλίδι να τους φέρει όλους, και στο σκοτάδι να τους δέσει,
 
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