Re: Snape: evil or not evil?
- From: "DaveD" <davedn1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 20:43:55 GMT
"Sirius Kase" <SiriusKase@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:78e0b4d3-10d0-4e2b-946d-988753aea17b@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Dec 2, 4:38 pm, Drusilla <gammanormidsERASET...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Blon Fel Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen escribió:
> Car Toon wrote:
>> Blon Fel Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen wrote:
>>> I'm still waiting for the AFHP posters who accuse Snape of child abuse
>>> in the classroom to come up with specific quotes from the text.
>> Physical abuse, or mental, verbal, emotional.
> That's how the slander works, isn't it? Accuse someone of child abuse,
> then when challenged claim you meant verbal, etc. Meanwhile, everybody
> who heard the accusation assumes he was guilty of physical abuse.
we've seen the abuse. Ok, he hated James Potter, and that made him hate
Harry. What had Hermione done to him? Or her parents? Did they perform a
poor job on his teeth?
She's guilty of associating with Harry. Isn't that enough? Besides,
she's always being such an annoying smartypants in class.
She's just clever and does a lot of work. In many ways, the ideal pupil. The way Snape treats her makes no sense - he just punishes her for being good instead of rewarding her (look at how other teachers respond, even Sluggy, a Slytherin).
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