The Eagle Has Landed

My Harry Potter book showed up just about two hours ago. It’s a big day for the mail carrier, as they get such happy receptions everywhere they go. Ours thought he’d have some fun and rang the bell for every Potter buyer at the same time. So we all came skipping into the vestibule and had a 30-second party.

I’m a fast reader, so I’m doing my best to stretch out the experience. I’m sure that I’ll have it finished some time tonight, but I’m fiddling around in between chapters. As is probably obvious by this post-lite.

What’s the statue of limitations on the Potter blackout? A week? How long before I can say something here without being a bad guy? I’m not really burning to write a review, more just curious.

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24 responses to this post.

  1. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  2. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  3. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  4. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  5. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  6. You could do as some are doing, and use an LJ-cut for HP posts.

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  7. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

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  8. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

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  9. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

    Reply

  10. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

    Reply

  11. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

    Reply

  12. i’m a fast reader, too. i tried to read really slowly, and for the most part, i felt like i did. i finished just before 3pm, and my husband is still plugging away.
    it’s so hard to be so quiet.

    Reply

  13. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

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  14. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

    Reply

  15. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

    Reply

  16. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

    Reply

  17. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

    Reply

  18. I ordered it from amazon.co.uk, which means I probably won’t get it for a week or more, and it will take me several days to read it.
    If I read a post of yours with spoilers in it before I’ve read it myself, I will hate you forever Baggins!
    So please use an lj-cut if you discuss it.

    Reply

  19. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

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  20. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

    Reply

  21. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

    Reply

  22. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

    Reply

  23. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

    Reply

  24. Huh huh huh… you said ‘statue’… huh huh..
    My opinion is that as soon as you’ve read it, you can talk about it. In detail. If people have the book, they’re reading THAT, not your posts. I’m sure by now, everyone knows that Hermoine decides she is going to start identifying herself as a boy, and asks her friends to start calling her “Hismoine,” and uses a spell she learned in potions class to give herse – whoops, HIMself a little magical dingaling.

    Reply

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