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Re: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is the Prince of Darkness!
• Posted by: Jordan
• Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2005, at 8:18 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter... (Robert)

This is about the most rediculous topic I have ever came across on the internet. If you want to know the truth I'm just looking for a good argument, so here it goes. I have read the Harry Potter books (they have been assigned reading for literature classes I have taken in the past), and I have found nothing offensive in any of them. They were simply written for one purpose--entertainment. Mind you, they are not written well, but entertaining nonetheless (compared to some other assigned reading). It is funny to think that someone could be so ignorant as to speculate that these books are condemning our youth to hell. If Harry Potter is going to sentence all of the world's youth to damnation, then we are all terribly screwed. Imagine all of the classics (Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist...", Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye", etc.) that are being taught in schools, and are also being enjoyed by millions of young people. Now you are probably saying, "There is no hope. Our young people are going to hell in a handbasket all thanks to the profound society that we live in." The only thing that I happen to find profound is the senselessness of this scatterbrained attempt to solve the world's problems. Maybe if you got a real job (no, sensless ranter a.k.a. preacher, or whatever you call yourself is not a real job) you would not have time to sit around and think of something as trivial as Harry Potter. God Bless.

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