Re: potter friends
- From: cwlNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxx (Green-Eyed Chris)
- Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 14:09:59 +0100
In article <1142847423.829704.308380@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "David
Sueme" <dsueme@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That IS very very funny! (mental picture of the Malfoy family
entertaining) I hate to imagine what there idea of "entertainment"
Imagine the Malfoy's and Dursely's hosting each other. The only time
they get along is dissing Harry.
Or the Mals dissing the latest broom and the Dur's complaining about
the latest Passat oil change interval.
Ya know, Toon - here in America we have this thingey called "stalking".
Which, in fact, I have issues with "hate crimes" in general and
"stalking" rather specifically. I ask, how do you distinguish between
feelings of hate and feelings of despise? If I kick a Slytherin, is it
a "hate crime" or a "despise crime"? And can or should a violent act
based on a feeling of disgust be penalized at a greater rate than a
similar violent act based on an intererest in financial gain?
Heh, heh... It occurs to me that one of your many "fans" might just e-mail
Toon an academic treatise for him to post in response.
Nevertheless, it is very wierd and creepy that you never agree with me
but rarely fail to make a note of my postings. Very creepy indeed.
There are hyenoid activities here that I consider worse than stalking
because they waste my time and bandwidth. For example, there seem to be
hyenic creatures who, upon waking, go out to mark their self-perceived
territory in alt.fan.harry-potter. They sniff at a new posting (preferably
a long one), lift their hind leg, spray their concentrated urine, cackle
with self-satisfaction and move on to the next posting. When called upon
to explain themselves, they insist that they alone understand the books
and everybody else is a stupid dumbshitasswipe.
It is, however, worth noting that some of them seem to be making an effort
to bang their keys in spelling order. Some have even discovered the
marvelous world of sentences. Ideas connected by sentences might yet put
them a step ahead of Grawp. But fighting Grawps on their own level can
only be seen as an undertaking predestined to failure.
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