Saturday, August 18, 2007

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows

All of Rowling's books were very popular in many countries, including England and the U.S.A. Her last book came out only a short while ago. This book, entitled Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows is about how our fictional hero, Harry Potter defeated the conquering Lord Voldemort, known by most of the wizarding world as You-Know-Who or He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. This book is a great read, but rather scary, especially if you choose to listen to it narrated by Jim Dale. The scariness is very fictional, though.
Rowling predicted that after she published this book that she would have no fans left. She also heavily hinted that Harry Potter would be killed in a sacrifice to finish Voldemort. However, this hinting was wrong. Harry Potter lived through the final book, and became the master of death.
This book is filled strongly with love, though not seen through at once. However, though throughout the other books, Harry saves others and is saved himself by none of then lov, Harry wins this battle with a different element.
I would go on and on about this, but I'm afraid that if you want to learn more, you will have to read the book itself.

Sock Matching

How do you feel about matching socks? Probably, that's it's kind of a waste of time, when you could be doing other things. Please leave coments on how to invent the sock washer.

Some Questions

  • Why isn't Puerto Rico a state when Hawaii is?
  • What is the most important thing that everything is based on in this world?
  • Why do we say "a lie" and "the truth"?
  • What is truth?
  • Why do we park in a drvieway and drive in a parkway?
  • How do we know atoms exist if we have never seen them before?
  • Why do people use cigarettes when it says on the cover something along the lines of "these might kill you"
  • Why do people only use DVDs instead of VHS when DVDs get scratched?
  • What is the difference between a blue ray and a regular DVD?