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  1. Space Cop
    09-05-2020 04:05 AM
    Space Cop
    Happy, birthday, old man. I just made it in with 55 minutes to go (or 2 hr 55 min your time).
  2. Jeff
    09-04-2019 08:04 PM
    Happy bday horse guy
  3. Space Cop
    09-04-2019 04:40 PM
    Space Cop
    A very happy birthday!
  4. Space Cop
    09-05-2018 09:46 PM
    Space Cop
    Ditto. Just got back from two weeks in Maine with the family and restaurant eating is pretty indulgent.
  5. Space Cop
    09-05-2018 03:04 AM
    Space Cop
    Happy b-day. Live long and prosper.
  6. Space Cop
    09-07-2017 06:31 PM
    Space Cop
    I don't even have a smart phone. My cell does nothing but make and receive calls and I still wish I could throw it away.
  7. Space Cop
    09-05-2017 04:34 AM
    Space Cop
    Hey, happy Birthday. I just barely made it in.
  8. Space Cop
    09-12-2016 04:49 PM
    Space Cop
    That's my objection to a word. I don't care for sports, but I can be engaged by a good sports story. But it's ridiculous to have a game where it's standard for one player to undo even a massively great performance by the other team. It may as well be a sport of two Seekers.
  9. Space Cop
    09-12-2016 02:57 PM
    Space Cop
    Yeah, I got to care about the main characters, Scorpius (Draco's son) and Albus. You can't quite learn as much about them in a screenplay as the original kids, but enough.

    The only official Potter-verse books I haven't read are the monsters one and the Quidditch history. The latter would be a chore for me since I found all the Quidditch bits in the books a drag. On the other hand, if I read Magical Monsters, I'll feel compelled to have read them all. At any rate, I'd welcome an actual prequel novel.
  10. Space Cop
    09-12-2016 04:00 AM
    Space Cop
    So, I just finished and enjoyed Cursed Child. It definitely wasn't as good as the Rowling-only-penned novels, but I liked it and it was a quick, enjoyable read. I'm sure it's better to see as a play, but the benefit of reading it is that I got to picture the older characters as the movie actors. (Plus the effects are probably better in my head. ) My Mom is going to love that the play posits Neville's role in the wars as being crucial.

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