- Jul 29, 2004
duh!When Jude got that vanity license plate that said Hogwarts, that seemed harmless enough, said Polly Clovis, who attended Model U.N. with Mr. Ralston while the two were in high school. But when he started wearing that wizard hat around town, we really should have seen that as a cry for help.
?!?!?!Elsewhere, President Bush called the jailing of a New York Times reporter a positive step, but warned that many other reporters were still at large.
What a loser..... God, it would suck to be like that...... besides.... LOTR pwns Harry Potter any day
You ruined the experiment now. I had posted in the 4th responsegwuMACaddict said:you guys all take things WAY too seriously... the fact that some of you believed this stuff makes me wonder.......
I was wondering how many people actually read the thread before posting responses, of course your huge post should make it even more interesting for those who take it seriously and still post here without reading the thread...atszyman said:I don't buy it.
From the site
"Winner of the First-ever National Press Club Award for Humor"
and no other news outlets seem to be running it.
My money's on this being a joke.
wdlove said:This last comment certainly leads to the whole article being factious. Harry Potter certainly isn't a reason to commit suicide. It does give this person his fifteen minutes of fame.
Now age isn't the reason. My wife is 58 and she thoroughly enjoys Harry Potter. She has been looking forward to this book just like all the children.ham_man said:I knew this was a joke when the story said that the guy was 32...
Funny, at the Camp Apple workshop, there were quite a few kids and their accompanying mothers (dunno why there were no fathers). I also saw quite a few HP books-- all being read by the parents who were doggedly ignoring the sleeve-pulling and whining of their kids.ham_man said:I knew this was a joke when the story said that the guy was 32...