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    Please don't tell me that you have neithre read one of the HP books, nor seen one of the HP movies???

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    Sorry, that was rude of me.

    A muggle is a non-wizard. The term is used somewhat interchangably - sometimes simply a description/identification and other times as an insult.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muggle

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    Who's Henry Fox Talbot?
    http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/tlbt/hd_tlbt.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Who's Harry Potter? Was it one of them pornographic films?
    No, that was Lord Of The Rings
    Ben

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    This is a striking example of how I cannot stand our current culture (and why I read nonfiction, instead of fiction). What interests most does not interest me.

    NOTE: I consider Dickens to be NONfiction because it really is a historical representation and an accurate window onto the past. - David Lyga

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    It's our duty to do our best to right these "injustices". People aren't stupid... it's just that history gets lost and forgotten, and it often takes someone who is passionate (& tactful) to incite a new interest in it.

    There was a large, and very impressive, hand-tinted photograph hanging in a local hotel and I was totally chagrin to find zero information about it written anywhere. So the next day I emailed the general manager there and offered to do the research. She was ecstatic and here we are about 6 months later with all the information and I'm just putting the finishing touches on it so that a plaque can be made and hung next to it.

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