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Wed, 16 Aug 2017 11:46:39 +0000

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Comment on I drank some Boilo at the St. Clair Halloween Parade by Boilo

Sat, 04 Jan 2014 03:15:29 +0000

[…] Making boilo is an art that I’m still (nearly a year later) trying to master. According to the internets, the real deal is made with honest to god moonshine. Considering that the Penn ‘shine I sampled up thar made me lose consciousness and made my girlfriend’s face explode, I’m a bit wary of the ‘real deal’. Not to mention that some of the ‘shiney boilo recipies can apparently have unanticipated pyrotechnic side-effects. […]

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Sun, 14 Jul 2013 13:31:46 +0000

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Comment on I drank some Boilo at the St. Clair Halloween Parade by carolyncholland

Fri, 04 Jan 2013 09:23:30 +0000

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Comment on Harry Potter might get kicked out of the library by msfishie97

Sun, 26 Feb 2012 16:55:22 +0000

Yeah, because The Chronicles of Narnia are totally better in content than Harry Potter. I like both, and both have fantasy themes. So according to her, anything not realistic should be kicked out of schools? That's not right, how will kids develop an imagination if they don't have anything to base it off of? And the evil blood rituals, evil themes, murder, etc. is painted in a negative light so children know that it's not right. I disagree with her statements, she needs to read the books to know the content. The books aren't promoting witchcraft per say, they're just following seven years of life of a boy who happens to be a wizard caught in a deadly conflict. It doesn't have anti-Christian sentiments. I'm a Christian, and I have found almost no problems with the books.

Comment on Harry Potter might get kicked out of the library by Meredith Wyatt

Sun, 26 Feb 2012 13:11:08 +0000

I read the whole series and it didn't turn me into a witch. I read them purely for entertainment. If you don't want to read them, then don't. But don't ban them, that's just stupid.

Comment on Harry Potter might get kicked out of the library by Esme

Sun, 26 Feb 2012 13:10:02 +0000

I'm a Christian, and have loved Harry Potter for 10, nearly 11 years. I started to read with that series, and quite honestly, I think this woman needs to get her head out the ground and talk to people who HAVE read it, then see what she thinks. An even better choice would be to read it herself but unfortunately that's too "hypocritical" of her. I had this same dilemma when Twilight became popular, but I didn't like Twilight because everyone else loved it. I read the books, and realised that it actually was rubbish. I made my own opinion. About her suggesting they replace the series with "Narnia"... I'm pretty sure they'll already have that series in the library. What doe she want them to do? Replace the books with MORE Narnia books, that kids probably don't even read? Silly Muggle. Another point I would like to raise is this: as a parent (which admittedly I'm not) you should put the needs of the child first. If her child finds reading easier with Harry Potter, is she going to tell them to put it down and read "Canterbury Tales"? I should hope not, but unfortunately she will. As an avid reader, the only book my parents ever banned me from reading was "The Da Vinci Code", but that was because they didn't want me to get the wrong impression about Jesus. Two years after the ban, I got it out the library and read it when my parents weren't home. I honestly saw no harm in it, and I could see what they were worried about. I didn't tell them I'd read it though, and it never became an issue. To finish, I'd like to suggest we look out for another complaint by this woman in the near future, since the "Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins is being made into a film series. It features murder, so I wouldn't be surprised if she tried to have it banned in schools as well.

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Wed, 17 Aug 2011 14:13:41 +0000

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Wed, 17 Aug 2011 14:11:45 +0000

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