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Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

One of my all time favorite poems is by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland:

Jabberwocky
From “Through the Looking Glass”  (1871)

’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves… 442 more words

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New Kacey Barnfield Jabberwock Images Added 28.08.2015

New images of Kacey Barnfield during the filming of her 2011 fantasy movie, Jabberwock, added to the Behind the Scenes and Promo gallery.

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Megabass Defined: Destroyer Phase II (2) series

Megabass Destroyer Phase II (2004 to 2010)

With the conclusion of the Destroyer Phase I rod series and it’s HT100X blanks, the Phase II model change saw the introduction of the AirTech Hi-10X Graphite blanks. 1,492 more words

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Pointe-Claire sailors recreate a piece of West Island history

WATCH ABOVE: Two West Islanders have given a piece of Pointe-Claire’s history a new lease on life. Global’s Billy Shields reports.

POINTE-CLAIRE – Two West Islanders have given a piece of Pointe-Claire history a new lease on life. 311 more words

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Beware the (Ral Partha) Jabberwock, my son!

Jabberwocky is of course a nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll that appears in his 1871 novel ‘Through the Looking-Glass’. More importantly though is Sir John Tenniel’s original illustration that appeared in Carroll’s novel. 248 more words

Citadel

What is the puzzling N icon on my phone?
Almost looking like it could stand for NSA?
Why is there no information on it?
The cockroaches attempt to be rebranded… 56 more words

Kacey Barnfield Jabberwock Movie HD Screen Captures

A medieval village is attacked by a monstrous flying beast, leaving the inhabitants forced to fight back by any means necessary.
Kacey Barnfield plays Anabel, a peaceful maiden who must join in with the battle if she wants to survive.

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