- ... David, Grace has not nor is she now trying to deny that Sam changed his mind over the decision . She just doesn t agree with you (or Sam) that Sam madeMessage 1 of 71 , Aug 3, 2005View SourceOn Aug 3, 2005, at 1:33 AM, David Bratman wrote:
> At 12:17 AM 8/3/2005 -0400, Grace Monk wrote:David, Grace has not nor is she now "trying to deny that Sam changed
>> All you've written merely convinces me that I am correct in my
>> assessment of what Sam did. ... He makes the right decision to
>> further the quest. It's as simple as that.
> Well, you can try to deny that Sam himself twice changes his mind
> over the decision, but you won't get very far doing so.
his mind over the decision". She just doesn't agree with you (or Sam)
that Sam made the **wrong** decision(s).
One might just as well say to you, David, that "You can try to deny
that Sam saved the Quest by his decisions, but you won't get very far
doing so". But of course that would as far beside your point as your
own statement is beside Grace's point.
- ONe tidbit I didn t see mentioned in the various takes on the theory: at the end Harry rather considers getting Snape as a possible by-product, but isn tMessage 71 of 71 , Aug 14, 2005View SourceONe tidbit I didn't see mentioned in the various takes on the theory: at the end Harry rather considers "getting Snape" as a possible by-product, but isn't overly concerned with Snape or Malfoy. One could counter that he is focused on Voldemort, but I'm not sure I buy that as just putting Snape out of mind.
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