|Reviews for Run that by me again?|
| YumiDoesTheMacarena 2/4/13 . chapter 1
I love it when logic is applied to Harry Potter. It makes things so much more interesting!
| psychotic luv 1/24/13 . chapter 9
lolz Hermione, Harry...Are you SURE you guys really aren't Slytherins wearing Gryfindore robes? xD
| TheVampireDragon 1/15/13 . chapter 2
Hey, love the story. It's my second time reading, but first time reviewing it I think. I love the 'Wizard Moment' joke. Like a blonde joke, but with wizards and it's totally true. Do you mind if I use it in my story, 'Wings of a Dragon'? Not as a reoccurring theme, but as an occasional joke? I promise I'll credit you every time I use it.
Keep going strong with this story, please! I love this story and others like it. They help me find so many plot holes and the like in my stories. This definitely improves my writing every time I read it!
| thebetawholived 1/14/13 . chapter 1
Oh yeah! Common sense meets the Harry Potter world!
I wonder what will survive.
| Guest 1/13/13 . chapter 6
Lovely. Never wanted Sirius to die.
| dorothy 1/10/13 . chapter 3
| Random1928 1/9/13 . chapter 2
I always enjoy the logic in your stories. I found the page I believe you used seeing as it had the exact same description except for it said sociopath rather than pyschopath. Good grammar and I look forward to seeing how you continue the stories. Everyone knows there are so many instances where logic and common sense would help.
| Starlight Glimmer 1/3/13 . chapter 1
HAHAHA! Now, that really is true. I'll admit, I'm probably a bit bias because I do really like Sirius, but feeding Severus ( who I quite like as well) to a bloody werewolf really is too much.
And besides, wizards are kinda idiots...
Honestly, Dumbledore hires a three headed blood thirsty dog to guard the Philosophers Stone ( something that dark wizards would WANT.) and tells every student in the school to not go on the third level.
Really, can you expect someone like Fred and George Weasley to listen?
Now, I reckon I've ranted enough, so, this was a very good chapter!
| Frantic Jumping Bean 12/28/12 . chapter 1
lovely chapter! )
please update soon!
| K 12/27/12 . chapter 21
Hmm I actually wonder what kind of schooling wizards would have to learn to read and other things Harry would have learned at muggle school. The mass xenophobia they seam to experience is also odd. Twords muggles in the sense that since muggles have tried to burn them in the past , And when they cut off they didn't seam inclined to keep up with technology for potential danger ,or practical reasons. Can protago protect someone from bullets? Are guns faster than spell casting? How many wizards would cast protection from a muggle weapon , since they don't take muggles seriously? And wouldn't it be usefull for wizards to adopt something similar to sucirty cameras, especially in the dangerous school of hogwarts? But they won't concider doing things muggle. And the lack of communication with other countries is strange. Perhaps if they had comunitated with other country's about voldamort than he could have been brought down sooner. The daily Prophat and British ministry of magic don't controal the wizarding world as a whole, and dumbledors a important politition in Britain, he probably could have done something and gotten aid. And why Harry belives Rita Skeeta 's book on Albus Dumbledor, and him being gay. She is Someone who live to make sensational stories, Harry has been on the reciving end of her stories, and knows there is a lot more sensation than truth involved. She has even stated "newspapers exist to sell themselves". So why should Harry belive what's written in the book about Dumbledor? In fact why dose JKR expect the audience to accept Dumbledor being gay, despite him never showing much signs of being gay, and informing us about it through a sensational journolist? It seams lazy and last minet. Like she just woke up one morning and decided it was now the word of god. That's why I don't belive that Dumbledor is gay. Maybe if his brother had said that their sister had died because Dumbledor couldn't control his boyfriend ( Ablorth seams blunt like that) than it might have had some belif coming from a family member. Hermionie should also get a talk for oblivating Mr. Lovegoods memory, especially since she did so much work to set the situation. It was unnesary, and I find it odd that oblivate is conciderd less dangerous than being controlled. Lokheart left sevral people gibbering with no recollection of anything, including himself. You can't use oblivated people in court beacuse they can't remember it. And breaking it can result in insanity. And concidering Heromine did this to her parents, this should be discussed. It's really to bad you haven't updated this in ages beacuse there is still a lot of logic to solve
| Ragged Mountains 12/23/12 . chapter 1
I enjoy this story so far.
Also, so far the only reason I've ever come up with for Sirius's actions is that you learn you morals when you're young and impresionable from your family members. Seeing what Sirius had for a family something was going to happen eventually, not that it's a defense of his actions.
| Lydia-Hood 12/21/12 . chapter 12
I'd have to say, even if Snape worked with Dumbledore in reality, he still deserved to die. When he heard the Prophecy, knowing the key to defeating the maniac that was Voldemort would be coming, he could have kept it hidden and thus doing the Slytherin thing and allowing a potential mean to end his Master to come, but he instead went to tell Voldemort instantly, not bothering about whoever might die because of this... until it came that Lily would be the target, so long it wasn't personal anybody that could die he was cool with, but when it became personal than he objected. After that you have how he threat Harry during his entire school years, he doesn't only show hatred and dislike of Harry in public for appearance sake, but also in private, he genuinely hate a child for because his father bullied him, no matter the fact he cause said father & mother's death, yet he still find enough hatred to still constantly spite him. If anybody claim he did it to keep its cover, its a utter bullshit lie, he could as easily be nice to Harry and tell Voldie he pretended to be able to get close to him, he could have offered similar explanation to his fellow DEs for treating everybody fairly at Hogwarts, yet he doesn't.
No matter what delusion Harry seem to gain in book 7 and Dumbledore claims, Snape is evil, the only reason he sided with Dumbles is vengeance, nothing more, nothing less. He destroyed the education in a core field for many members of every but Slytherin Houses, he persecuted children constantly like Harry because of his father, and Hell he even persecute Neville whom he ALSO caused the Fate of his parents! He could still be spiteful toward James and it having somehow passed unto Harry, but to also cause the other child he cause extreme problems to his parents? He cause death of people, I do wonder how the Dark Mark is gained, is it simply given like candy or you need to earn it? Whatever he caused willingly the death of people. Snape is evil, anybody which doesn't realize that suffer from extreme lack of logic.
| Lydia-Hood 12/21/12 . chapter 11
Their is something that I find lacking about this chapter. I am shocked that Necromancy wasn't brought as a argument here on in the book, it simple and explain the situation perfectly, in a world where Necromancy exist, considering the existence of Inferi, it seem most likely it does, wouldn't it be simple to argue: "Knowing that Necromancy exist, a magic which is involve with animating corpses and and various undead beings, wouldn't it be possible that somebody was able to get Voldemort back to "life"?" It would have been the logical argument to make, I find the fact that JKR dumbly hasn't a single person mention that in book 5 to be because she wrote a Fantasy book while having a crappy limited occult knowledge.
| awesomegirl13 12/19/12 . chapter 1
Haha. Definitely how it should have ended for book three. More realistic scenario to say the least!
| Nytefyre 12/15/12 . chapter 21
Really enjoyed this walk through the holes in logic. Thanks for writing and posting.