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Re: Harry Potter - Fighting AGAINST Evil Powers
• Posted by: Rachel
• Date: Friday, December 12, 2003, at 10:29 a.m.
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• In Response to: Harry Potter - Fighting AGAINST Evil Powers (Geoffrey Morrow)

wow. Im amazed at all the abominable thoughts going thru peoples heads these days. Harry Potter is simply a character in a book, nothing more. Hes not evil, because he is not real. if u are not real, u cant have thoughts, opinions, or any of the other requirements of being "good or evil". Furthermore, J.K. Rowlng is just a lady with a talent in writing who wanted to make some money. I dont understand how u could say shes trying to influence the youth of the world thru her books, because people are real, and a quality of being real is the ability to CHOOSE. people can choose wheather they think Harry Potter is some evil psyco out to brainwash the worlds young people and rise to destroy humanity armed with a wand and a scar, or, the more reasonable option, he is a character in a book, a well writtten book that allows induviduals to pass the many hours between when u wake up in the morning and go to sleep. But, the point is, do not create more out of this than what there is. Harry Potter is not real. Hogwarts is not real. There is no magic in this world, if there ever was, it was wiped out by humanity a long time ago.

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