18 August, 2005

Inspired by Cindy Sheehan

I've been inspired by recent events. There is a powerful world figure who owes us all a few answers. This person has recently made many decisions that the many of us don't agree with and has issued several statements that are half-truths at best. We honestly don't know what to believe. To make matters worse, this world figure–whose goal in life seems to be to become rich off the backs of the common man–has decided to take a SIX MONTH VACATION. I've had enough.

I think I am going to go to Edinburgh and sit outside J.K. Rowling's house. I want answers. We were promised that we'd find out what happened in Godric's Hollow. Did we? No. What about the Missing 24 Hours? Where are those? The world has waited for a resolution to the Ron, Hermione, Harry and Ginny questions, and we have yet to receive a solid, clearcut answer.

Harry Potter fans, join me at Camp Muggle. We are owed the truth.


At 10:06 AM, August 18, 2005, Blogger HUCK said...

Be sure you keep us posted on your progess in Fantasy Land.

At 10:14 AM, August 18, 2005, Blogger P. K. Nail said...

This resembles so many posts on Harry/Hermione shipper forums and Disgruntled Slytherin sites that I wondered for a moment whether it was a parody or not.

*takes a chance*


At 10:25 AM, August 18, 2005, Blogger Kat Coble said...

Yes, it is major parody.

H/Hr shippers...*shudders*

Their zeal is frightening.


Joke for Harry Potter fans....relax.

At 10:29 AM, August 18, 2005, Blogger HUCK said...

I am a Harry Potter fan. Check my profile. Somehow, though, I didn't find your "joke" funny, but instead belittling to the people who are protesting against an unnecessary war.

At 1:43 PM, August 18, 2005, Blogger Kat Coble said...

My bad. More trying to show the certain Harry Potter fans stuffing my inbox the complete triviality of their complaints in light of larger issues.

At 3:32 PM, August 18, 2005, Blogger Preston Taylor Holmes said...

I thought it was great use of satire.

You know it's effective when you've offended a humorless Harry Potter fan.

Huck needs a little more belittling. Then maybe he won't be so sensitive.

At 8:54 PM, August 18, 2005, Anonymous The Legend of James Potter said...

Ooo, goodness me, wasn't I just the littlest witch when I met the great James Potter. He was just a youngster himself then, too, he would love to run around with his friends and drink those magical candy bottles that were full of enchanted rubbing alcohol and talk about how he was "f'd up", oh, I could never say words like James Potter, no, not at all. But the story I remember most was the day poor Severus lost his magic belt. It was something he'd made himself, you see, it was an enchantment to make him, goodness, a little more "popular" with the ladies, if you follow me. Of course, a dark and gloomy fellow at a school full of witches was like Elvis at an IHOP anyway but you know how young men are. So James got ahold of this belt, and he wore it to class! But what he didn't know was that the spell was designed only to work properly for Severus, and was designed to backfire when worn by anyone else! So every girl in the room saw nothing, but every boy saw James sporting a giant... oh goodness how shall I say it... It looked as though James had forgotten to put his Qwidditch broomstick away in the closet after the match! So of course the whole class laughed at James, and once the boys explained it to the girls they all laughed too. Then James took an enchanted tire iron to Severus and it took five half-giants to pull them apart. Severus was in the hospital for a week and that's when he met You-Know-Who because You-Know-Who was in there trying to take upskirt shots of one of the fairy nurses as they filed the paperwork. You never forget those wonderful school days.

At 4:50 AM, August 19, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever you do, don't leave Rowlings yard until she personally apologizes for killing off one of the major characters!

At 4:31 PM, August 20, 2005, Anonymous Gizz said...

Some real weirdos and stupid people read your blog!


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