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Re: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter
• Posted by: Jo
• Date: Saturday, February 12, 2005, at 1:43 p.m.
• IP Address: cpe0010b59e5d62-cm00111ae6c1fa.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com
• In Response to: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter (trial lawyer)

Why are a lot of people so horribly against Harry Potter? It's the best series ever written, honestly. As well, it's not like it's the only thing ever written about wizardry and such, so why bash it? It DOES NOT instill fear or the belief that humans are bad and Christinaity is wrong. It is just an extremely well written series and quite comic as well. Just stop being so overly paranoid and leave the books to those who enjoy them. I mean, it's not like we all walk around chanting "Potter ... wizaaaaardryyyy ... kill ... pillage ... black magic!"

In conclusion, to me, it would make more sense if you bashed a book that wasn't so incredibly perfect.

Power to the wizards!




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