Jul 20th 2011 4:48AMSounds like someone needs to go take a nap. You are very critical about the make believe world of Hogwarts and fictional students-teachers-and potions. I would say one was perhaps slightly jealous that he had written the books himself? No? Are you just trying to test the fans? Well test us. We are up for the challenge. Yes, we know the books, the movies and all the little bitty potions and spells are not real. We can't fly and there is not such thing as house elves, although my cat does have a twinkle in his eye. Anyway, There is something magical about Harry all the students at Hogwarts and Hagrid reminds me of a jolly Santa, A heart of gold. It's a wonderful escape from the world of war, pain, sorrow, loss, death, hunger, homelessness, Tornados hurricanes, tidal waves, volcanoes, debt ceiling, hackers, Radiation leaks, recalls, drunk drivers, bad breath, sun spots, 2012 and everything in between. We need the fantasy and the magic. Hey don't get me started. Star trek is also fictional, yet their is an Enterprise, There are cell phones, or communication devices, There are computers and voice generated cars. I wonder how many other real things came from that fictional tv show? I'm a great grandmother, So I know what I'm talking about. Best wishes, Lilli
Jul 13th 2011 5:08AMThank you. Thank you. And next let's get rid of all the rude people who talk endlessly on cell phones. oh my, what torture. Aren't they aware, that everyone can hear them? I really don't want to listen to their personal life, while trying to enjoy my meal. A few days ago at a grocery store, a woman with a kid about 6 or 7 years old. was busy pushing the cart and talking on a cell phone. She wasn't paying attention to her kid and she banged the cart right into her. Cries echoed through out the store. One thing that was very very clear, she was too busy to be with her kid. How sad. They all grow up so fast and leave home and she will have missed out. and these are the same women in eateries with wild, loud and unruly kids. And mommy is on the cell phone loud and rude. and everyone can hear all about her life. Sad, the best of times should be with her children not on a cell phone.
May 19th 2011 3:07PMIs that her natural face? Just asking. I just deleted a lot of stuff I wrote. No reason to fuel herself pity with negativity. She lives in a me me -I I - boo hoo world. She needs to find a way out of it. That's what she needs.
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