That review s on chapter two. How many chapters are we up to, again? News flash, Johnny boy: reviews on chapter two aren t going to affect anything thatMessage 1 of 144 , Sep 1, 2007View SourceThat review's on chapter two. How many chapters are we up to, again? News flash, Johnny boy: reviews on chapter two aren't going to affect anything that happens in already-posted chapters three through thirty-four. And chapter thirty-five isn't going to take a left turn at Albuquerque to accommodate that request, either.
MercuryBlue, who is frustrated at herself, the world, and the Pittsburgh bus system, and going "Yay, somebody to yell at!"On 9/1/07, Matthew Schocke <cladran@...> wrote:
You all think it might be a little late for that request???
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Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 9:15 PM
Subject: [FF Review Alert] Story: Harry Potter and the Nightmares of Futures Past
The following review has been submitted to: Harry Potter and the Nightmares
of Futures Past Chapter: 2
From: John ()
If u don't mind any pairings could u plz not make this a ginny and harry fic?
Seriously i have seen way too many of them on the web.
That s not a third option. That s the first option--that he was in the Order and he wasn t in that picture, and the reason he wasn t in the picture is thatMessage 144 of 144 , Dec 3 5:19 PMView SourceThat's not a third option. That's the first option--that he was in the Order and he wasn't in that picture, and the reason he wasn't in the picture is that when it was taken, he wasn't in the Order yet.
MercuryBlueOn 12/3/07, Peggy Gross <pegoheart144@...> wrote:
Or there's a third option. Arthur could have joined
the Order after the photo was taken. The photo was of
the ORIGINAL Order of the Phoenix, that doesn't mean
others didn't join later.
--- Beth Hartung <mercuryblue144@...> wrote:
> I figure Arthur might have been in the Order and
> simply not in that picture
> for whatever reason, or he might have been not in
> the Order but willing to
> help them if he was asked.
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