Posted by Donger on June 28, 2001 at 18:51:03:
In Reply to: "It's not nice to confuse muggles..." posted by Robert R. Cobb on March 16, 2001 at 06:54:03:
: "Some believe I am the one
: followed J.K.Rowling," she said. In "Rah and the Muggles," which includes
: a character named Larry Potter, muggles are little people who care for
: two orphaned boys who magically turn their dark homeland into a happy
I'd just like to point out that this statement is incorrect. Larry Potter NEVER appears in "The Legend of Rah and the Muggles." Before you believe this allegation, http://www.magespace.net/mugrev.html
In Rowling's books, "muggles" is the word wizards use for humans.
: Question: Will Nancy Stouffer win her law suit?
: It will be an interesting case. I wonder what defense attorneys for
: J.K.Rowling's side can possibly do to refute Nancy Stouffer's
: claims of theft.
: Robert R. Cobb
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