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Re: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter
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• Posted by: sarah   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, July 19, 2003, at 3:09 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter (Amuro)

i love harry potter and i love god i have been in church my wholoe life harry potterdosen't tell kids to go out and worship the devil curse every one then go and kill your neighbor and if your gonna get so mad about hary potter then you have to look at magic in others books shows nd movies to like the wizard of oz it had magic in it but you don't see every one getting mad about it.even things like scooby doo it has ghosts and goblins and whatnot so why attack harry potter and not attack all the other magic out there the books are really about a boy who has no parents and finds out things all throught his life that will lead to his happieness.whats so wrong about that they are good books much better and less violent that lord of the rigns crap and they are much better written:b




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