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(Daily Mail)   Man creates real life Hobbit house complete with working water wheel and a one car garage (with pics)   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2012-10-06 04:50:13 PM  
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mjjt: A Hobbit garage?

That's .... interesting

there was a lot of fail in that article, but a hobbit garage I guess would be needed for this...

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Yeah I know, that was pretty weak. 

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2012-10-06 03:48:40 PM  
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Wish I could replicate this idea in the desert, but instead of looking like this:

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It'll end up looking like this:

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/Also, when I finish building this home, I want to transmit my application to the Academy this year.
2012-10-06 01:44:31 PM  
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I say, "Jumping Jesus on a pogo stick! Everybody knows that a Hobbit lives in a hole in the ground! Why the hell do you think they call it a Hobbit, anyway?!"

Now Stuart, do you think a kid like that is gonna know what the queers are doing to the soil?
2012-10-06 01:02:28 PM  
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That's "Hobbit Hole", subby.

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