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what would you rather have???
• Posted by: Mandy
• Date: Friday, April 18, 2003, at 7:50 p.m.
• IP Address: aca3b940.ipt.aol.com
• In Response to: Re: Grow Up (Chris)

would you rather have kids running around trying to shoot ppl like they see in movies or learn some ideals about friendship from Harry Potter exe. Ron and Harry risk their lives to save Hermionie(sorry if not spelled right)would you rather have kids spend all day in front of a T.V or reading a book??I will tell you right now this is not from some adult that is observing and telling her opinion this is from a 14 year old teenager that sees people getting shot in movies and in real life sorry to say but its not spells or wizards that do it its ppl with guns so complain about that instead of a book teaching people Values and giving kids like me a chance to escape the real world full of hate and violence even just for a little wile. Not to mention you say that harry potter is wicked and an abomination to god and if he influences everybody than you sitting there telling a 14 year old that SHES an abomination because i have read Harry Potter many times!BTW i read your whole letter i doubt you would pay so much respect to anothers belifes......i feel sorry for you




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