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noylj posted a comment on Tuesday 11th December 2012 9:07pm for On To Australia

Some day an update will come.

Thanks for writing.

Nytefyre posted a comment on Tuesday 11th December 2012 8:34pm for On To Australia

I've been enjoying re-reading these as you post them here. Thanks!

chuckmcdaniels posted a comment on Tuesday 11th December 2012 5:17pm for On To Australia

Thanks for another well-thought-out and fun to read chapter! I'm glad to hear that we do check in from time to time with the folks at Hogwarts, and I imagine there will be more cross-over of the story line to include that later, correct? Can't wait for the next installment.

Patches posted a comment on Tuesday 11th December 2012 3:21am for On To Australia

Well Australia was very interesting but the good stuff seems to happen on black Island. At least some of it does. I like the way things are working out. Sirius has a love interest that wants his child. I assume Sirius is happy. Harry and Hermione are going to try school at the AAMA. Hermione is happy she has new books to explore. Harry is happy to explore Hermione and the Grangers are happy together. I look forward to more of this story. I hope they find an Aborigini that can clear Harry's curse scar. Thanks for writing. pms

Trixtor posted a comment on Monday 10th December 2012 11:55pm for On To Australia

That's a rather shallow view of the "eancipated minor." The term is not oxymoronic, as age does not necessarily coincide with freedom: the term indicates an exception (i.e. that this minor is emancipated.)

The usage isn't always due to impatience: it can be logically performed due to exploitation of a legal loophole (because logical paradoxes don't correspond to legislation: the "you must be 17 to enter, and you must enter, therefore you must be 17" is circular logic but absolutely true legally [as far as I'm aware,]) then used to place a stronger (take the term as you will,) Harry in a situation from the earlier books. It's not impatience.

Don't be so dismissive.