Last night our minor league baseball team (Ottawa Lynx) had "Harry Potter night" Kids dressed as Harry Potter got prizes and stuff. After the baseball game, they set up a screen and showed the third movie, and after that, they sold copies of the book at midnight.<br><br>It was a fun evening, the weather was perfect and it beat standing in line at a bookstore. <br><br><br>
Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Thanks cousin <br>My daughter even has some of Harry Potter's text books, talk about obsession.. Hehe<br><br><br>---<br>www.waleedsgallery.biz<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by walzuhair on 07/16/05 04:44 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Yeah, it's a curse really - the average novel only lasts me 3-4 hours, and then I'm stuck for a couple of days digesting it all... actually, I'm now in the middle of re-reading THBP (ah, weekends...) which I think holds together much better than the last one did [** GEEK ALERT **] - let's face it: Umbridge would never have told Harry that her fireplace wasn't being watched [/alert] - but now I've got to wait for all my mates to finish reading this before we can yak about it. Impatience is a great padder of time. [what?]<br><br>- padmavyuha<br><br>Where the truth is, there had better be love...
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I planned to go home and pick up my camera before going, but I ended up having to work a little later and had to go straight to the game from work My friend brought his camera, I'll see if he got any good pictures.<br><br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>"Yeah, it's a curse really - the average novel only lasts me 3-4 hours..."<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Technical and reference information—if well-crafted—is material I can—and desire to—take in and digest quickly.<br><br>But when it comes to fiction, biographies, narratives, and journalistic material, I prefer to slow down and savor the content as well as the construction.<br><br>Are you telling me you don't get kind of bummed out when you near the end of a novel, sometimes wishing it would continue on so you could maintain the feeling of joy you're getting from it?<br><br>Slow down!<br><br><br><br>
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