Barliman Butterbur
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Apr 8, 2013
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Birthday:
Oct 24, 1936 (Age: 80)
Location:
Prancing Pony, Bree
Occupation:
Keeper & Landlord: The Prancing Pony

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Barliman Butterbur

Worthy Keeper/Bree Roué, 80, from Prancing Pony, Bree

Barliman Butterbur was last seen:
Apr 8, 2013
    1. Inderjit S
      Inderjit S
      Hi Barliman, how are you doing? It has been a long time since we last talked and I visited this forum!
    2. Confusticated
      Confusticated
      And two years later to the day - another birthday wish. Have a good one Barliman and don't forget to drop in from time to time to check out the films discussions. I know it's about dead at the moment so I guess I can't blame you for stopping by so infrequently. :*D
    3. windchimes
      windchimes
      Your Birthday is a day after mine. Even though you are older than me. I guess you have the experience to be the keeper of the beer. I prefer wine myself. Wine is the best. A women never reveals her age.
    4. Barliman Butterbur
      Barliman Butterbur
      What do you mean, "old"??! (Woops -- I guess I am... :eek: )

      Thanks! :)

      Barley
    5. Barliman Butterbur
      Barliman Butterbur
      What do you mean, OLD??! (Woops -- I guess I am...) Thanks! :)
    6. Firawyn
      Firawyn
      Happy Birthday, my old friend. :)
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    Birthday:
    Oct 24, 1936 (Age: 80)
    Location:
    Prancing Pony, Bree
    Occupation:
    Keeper & Landlord: The Prancing Pony
    Comment (Deep Thoughts):
    It's all about how well you treat yourself and others.
    Retired musician; active photographer; father of 3 grown children; grampa of 1 tornado of a growing boy almost 11) :-0

    Tolkien (of course); music; digital photography; volunteering at UCLA (Bree Annex); Mac computers; everything Tiki (especially savoring strong Tropical Drinks!); good talk, friends, food — and of course: puncturing pompous pontificators!

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    • Legolas: "The deeds of Men will outlast us, Gimli."
    "And yet come to naught in the end but might-have-beens, I guess," said the Dwarf. —RotK: Bk. 3, Ch. 9
    • By dint of railing at idiots we run the risk of becoming idiots ourselves. —Gustave Flaubert
    • Arguing with a fool is like wrestling a pig in the mud. Eventually you realize the pig is enjoying it.—Gay N. Drehr
    • With the truth, one cannot live. To be able to live, one needs illusions. —Otto Rank
    • The final belief is to believe in a fiction which you know to be a fiction...It is the belief and not the god that counts. —Wallace Stevens
    • It's all about how well you treat yourself and others. —Barley