Here's just a collection of a few random thoughts, many dealing with Harry Potter because, well, they do. First, here are just a few theories and such I have about book 7 (which WILL be called "Harry Potter and the Flame of Arnor"):
-Lupin will kill Fenrir Greyback. The real question is, will this kill Lupin in the process? *sigh* I'll only accept that if the alternative was marrying Tonks.
-The Inferi must be more important, but I don't know how. It seems like living wizards would be more useful to Voldemort because, well, they're wizards.
-Hogwarts must stay open because it's Hogwarts! I think Harry will have to go back there too, because of 1) the library, which he will need 2) adult wizardly advice (possibly from Dumbledore's painting) 3) it's Hogwarts! 4) JKR said there would be a new DADA teacher. Maybe this one will last?
-There's just so much to resolve this book will have to be 1,000 pages. I almost wrote "revolve" and that wouldn't have made any sense.
Let's see, what other random thoughts do I have. How about Lost? That show needs to have some kind of resolution soon, just in some small way. It just keeps building the mystery more and more, but at some point people have to start to figure it out. Otherwise it's just frustration 24/7. So, I hope somethings get resolved soon. Also, I don't think the "Others" Jack and co. encounted this last week are part of the same group that attacked Ana-Lucia's group. I think the other Others are more tribal. So, it sounds like the Island is divided up into territories. And the "Others" don't have access to any scissors.
For my final thoughts, I will just say I wish I had some chocolate drumsticks and it's almost spring!
Oh, one more HP thought. Snape is obviously very important. I think he's good, though still a jerk and a Harry hater, and I think he's going to help Harry find the horcruxes (possibly while using the H-BP nickname since only Harry and co. know about that name). But I also think he's going to die in the end, killed by either Voldemort or Order members who don't know he's good. (Plus, assuming Peter dies and if Lupin dies, I would hate for Snape to outlive all the Marauders.) Anyway, back to my original thought: I know he's important, but I think some people are overestimating his importance. He's important but I don't think he's going to kill Voldemort or anything. He's still just Snape. That's all. End of story. Good bye!