Summary: The past is a different country, and November 1978 was certainly a very strange place.
The fact that 'obliviate' isn't an unforgivable is the thing I find most disturbing about HP.
But then if you have an entire department whose sole job is to perform that spell, what Minister would have it banned.
Tony Blackburn or DLT?
Good to see the subject raised; 'tis a pity it's Professors.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review.
You’re preaching to the converted about the Obliviate spell. I really must write that “Obliviation is evil” story. I’m certain that Hermione will always regret “brainwashing” her parents, and she’ll want to impose serious restrictions on the use of memory altering spells.Neither, it was Simon Bates (yes, I did the research).
Thanks, I will be returning to the issue.-N-
Summary: A splendiferous little tale about the success story of a young goat running a restaurant, containing no bizarre details, inane tangents, or absurd plot devices whatsoever.
(Merlin, it’s hard to type with my fingers crossed.)
This is an extended version of my entry to the Goatily Different April Challenge over in TTB. Nominated for Best Humor in the 2014 QSQs.
Amused was the young brother of Albus
on reading this riding the Knight Bus
Sat next to a dragonfly
eating a Dragon Pie
filled with the fruits of the Rubus
(English/Latin : Dragon/Draco)