Blame Harry Potter

I can only blame Harry Potter for the total lack of updates over the last few days. Harry, his friends, and JK Rowling have temporarily ruined my life and I hold them soley accountable for all the problems that I have ever faced. I’m over the excitement of getting the book and the fast that accompanies the 18-hour read but I’m not quite over the loss of my childhood that has come as a result of the series ending. It seems like a lot of the internet is with me so there haven’t been a lot of big news stories but I will make up for the lack of updates this week. This is, if I can regain my faith


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