Wednesday, December 29, 2004

As my winter vacation slowly comes to a hault, I find that I didn't do nearly enough posting! I still have write some scholarship essays, read Book IV for the five hundredth time, and somehow find time to write about Snape, etc. I have a hard time getting around to answering my emails as well. For this reason, I was thinking that I might start posting up some questions that I recieve and letting everyone here have a crack at them. I just need to get permission from the authors. If you have a question you are yearning to have discussed here, just send it in!

For those who didn't notice, my third Harry Potter review has been up for a week.

Other than that, not much to say. Anonymouse just got back from Hawaii so I'm happy. He has a bit of a cold though.

Anyone have any big New Years plans?

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Remembrance and prayers for the victims of the Tsunami and earthquake. death toll up to 50,000 now.

Saturday, December 25, 2004

Happy Birthday to Jesus and .....
One of my dear friends and loyal reader of the blog went into labor yesterday (Christmas Eve)! I don't know if the baby was born yesterday or today, but Happy Birthday to her!!!!!!!!! I don't even know the name yet, lol.

Edit: That would be Happy Birthday Moira! She was born on December 25th in the early morning!

Friday, December 24, 2004


Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Harry Potter Stuff
My latest article is up! It's a review/analysis of the third Harry Potter book.

And for those who have not heard, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince will be released on July 16, 2005.

Saturday, December 18, 2004

I sent my latest article off a couple of days ago. It still hasn't gone up on the site, but I will let you all know when it does! Meanwhile, I will be returning from Hawaii this coming Tuesday. It has ben a great vacation, but I think I am ready to go home and see my family. I will start posting again when I get back!

Thursday, December 09, 2004

Hawaii Once More

Well Anonymouse and I are heading off to Hawaii once more on a surprise and completely spontaneous trip. I will still write my article tonight, so keep a look out for that.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004


Hey, if you can't tell by the silence, it's finals time again. Tomorrow I will be finished and Anonymouse has made me promise that I will finish my article for the third Harry Potter book. Until then, you can always have Harry Potter conversations on the forums!

Also, mugglenet has started an editorial message board for people to talk about specific editorials. Three of my articles, Reconciling Percy, The Sorting Hat's Ideology, and The Bright Side of Life, all have their own conversation thread. Feel free to go there and talk about my articles and maybe intice people to come back here and get lost in the vast array of articles! (Okay, now I'm being selfish).

I will be posting more on Snape and why he was NOT in the circle of Death Eaters as things begin to calm down. If you want to see any particular topics discussed, let me know in the comments section!

Wednesday, December 01, 2004


Among one of the only shows worth watching right now is a show called LOST. It's amazing in plot, character development, and suspense. The basic idea is that a plane crashes and the survivors end up on a mysterious island where things are not as they should be and changes are made within each person. However, they are not alone and there is more to the island than meets the eye. Where are they and how are the mysterious events goign to unfold? It's another one of those shows that will keep you guessing.

Each story focuses on the life of one of the survivors, who they were and who they are. Through flashbacks the audience learns about each character, but the rest of the island inhabitants do not. There's the pregnant lady, the one running from the feds, the korean couple with the wife trying to escape the husband, the drug addict, and the con artist among others.

Lost can't really be described, it has to be watched. I highly suggest watching this piece of literature. Study up on what you've missed and watch the next episode. You won't regret it.

If you would like to learn more about Lost, here are some links:
USA Today Article
Main Site