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I am a girl and I am 21...I live in Myrtle Beach SC and I am never going back to my small town. Please do not judge me. I am on the internet to express myself and to escape from the oppressive world in which I reside...I did not come here to be lectured about my opinions/beliefs/actions.
I also love all sorts of Harry Potter stories. I refuse to believe that Albus Dumbledore -dies- in book six. I still think that there is more to Albus' story and I am expecting to see him appear in Fantastic Beasts. I hate that in book seven Fred gets killed. I mean, come on!!! You can't kill just one twin, it's so wrong. I am in Slytherin house. I fully support Severus Snape and would hug him if I could. He is one of the bravest men I have ever had the pleasure of reading about. I do not think that the wizarding world would still be standing without him.
The stuff that I hate is--blood play--crying--torture taken too far--being gagged--war--LGTBQ acceptance problems--loyalty issues--
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" Courage doesn't always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying,
'I will try again tomorrow.' "
by Mary Anne Radmacher-Hershey
"Education is important, school however, is another matter entirely."
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