The real (?) "One Ring" Of The Hobbit

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  1. semiotix says:

    We wants it, precious!

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  3. The Vyne isn’t in London, it’s near Basingstoke in Hampshire.

  4. bzishi says:

    Throw it into the fire! Destroy it!

  5. awjt says:

    Has anybody thought about what might happen if they took it back to Nodens?  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nodens   

    • bzishi says:

      You would reunite the one ring with its true master, thus plunging humanity into an age of darkness.

      • toobigtofail says:

         …ah …and somehow that would be so much different from… er… the world of today.

        • awjt says:

          Exactly.  I think someone already DID take it back to Nodens.  Nodens sucked the power out of it and then started the Bilderbeg group and married the original Rothschild.  He threw the ring’s carcass in a field in 382 AD.  Now we’re plain fucked.

    • Brainspore says:

      One does not simply walk into Lydney Park.

      You either have to drive there on the A48 Road or board a train along the Gloucester to Newport Line.

  6. Boundegar says:

    I wonder why the article never mentions Wagner?  Maybe because he completely ruins their thesis?

  7. retepslluerb says:

    Regardless of what wasthe inspiration: We should make sure and dump the thing into Mount Doom. Or Mound Vesuvius, I guess.

  8. Jellodyne says:

    Wait. one. minute. They say this ring is “so large that it would only fit on a gloved thumb.” Are we sure this isn’t the one cock ring?

  9. Maybe it was that magic ring that turned people invisible, was the key to immense power and corrupted people’s character called the Ring of Gyges in a little text called The Republic by Plato? nah

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