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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Gunny, Jul 22, 2007.
You mean facts with fiction.
I got the book like a week ago, and I haven't started reading it yet. The only reason is because I know once I start I won't be able to put it down.
I'm pretty sure the saying is 'fire with fire'. Might be different down under though.
Just pointing out what you are doing. Making stuff up.
Well I finally read it, and it was a great end for me. Like Gunny said, feels weird finally seeing the end of a long series, but at least the end was not a let down.
We're at the end of this long, twisty road, and all is well....hhhmmm
gloat is right tho, the marketing world could care less about people like gunny who want to protect the value of wizardry and end the series forever, the fact is, Harry Potter is a multi-million dollar production, and someone is gonna come around, smart enough to know, all he has to do is re-write, or add a sequel, and hes a billionare. if a product is doing well, they wont just end it, kinda like my case for lamont thompson, if he is playing well, we arent going to take him out.
1. The ending of the last book closed the story, and practically making it impossible for anything further.
2. Read up on copyright law.
impossible is nothing, especially not in this world, people were saying it was gonna be impossible for hank aaron's record to get broken, but barry found a "loop hole" and to answer the copyrigth law, there are loopholes and deals that can be worked out. Godzilla's rights could be bought out anyday, because there series is on hold.
im not saying its likely they will make another harry potter, but it certainly is likely they remake the series in video because it was absolutely awful in theatres.
everyone thought starwars was done after 4 5 and 6, but it was a selling product, so they came out with more starwars, its simple, yet effective.
Without women I'd have more money, I'd be less cynical,
but I'm not sure I'd be better off in the long run...