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Re: 12 Reasons to avoid Harry Potter....hear me out
• Posted by: Sick and Tired
• Date: Tuesday, September 2, 2003, at 12:48 p.m.
• IP Address: 165.134.188.88
• In Response to: 12 Reasons to avoid Harry Potter....hear me ou... (trial lawyer)

Not that I expect to change your mind or anything, but think of it this way. The "witchcraft" and "wizardry" in Harry Potter is not only fictional, but it bears no resemblance to the witchcraft discussed in the Bible. The ability to do magic (in HP) is more like the ability to roll your tongue, not call upon the powers of Satan. If J.K. Rowling had called it something other than "witchcraft", you wouldn't have anything to say. For example; Jedi's use special powers in the Star Wars saga, but where's the debate there? And I would have to agree with everyone that this is not the place to talk about this, so sorry for continuing it.

The music is awesome, whether or not the story is evil. It fits the action perfectly on film, and is also very enjoyable to listen to. Can't wait to hear what Williams comes up with for "The Prisoner of Azkaban"




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