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originally posted by: NowanKenubi
I saw that today elsewhere and there was another parcel of info posted by someone, not related to what she said, but to something else she created.
Does anyone here knows of Lumos? She founded it and look at the logo of that foundation, made to help children...
I can't believe it.
originally posted by: growler
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
a reply to: xuenchen
Considering how much of her material is, shall we say, far from original, did anyone expect her to be honest about anything else?? Overrated hack, as far as I a concerned.
other than the op calling her a liar there's nothing to prove she is.
just triggered trump fans defending their dreamboat.
For years, there have been various accusations that JK Rowling "stole" the characters or ideas for her series of Harry Potter books. The claim that got the most attention was Nancy Stouffer's book "The Legend Of RAH And The Muggles" which not only uses the word "muggles" (used in Rowling's work as well) but also has a character named Larry Potter (who has some resemblance to Harry's character). But, of course, that wasn't all. Last year, we wrote about a 1986 movie called Troll that also had a character named "Harry Potter." But apparently, that's not enough. The latest is that Rowling's publisher, Bloomsbury Publishing, has been sued again for plagiarism over the Potter books, this time by the estate of Adrian Jacobs. It seems that Jacobs once wrote a book about a boy wizard called Willy The Wizard that has some distant similarities to some stuff that happens in the Potter books.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
a reply to: Joneselius
Who cares? J.K. Rowling will have her opinion whether I or anyone else likes it or not so why make a big deal out of it?
originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
To me this video epitomises all that is wrong with Trump supporters.
What JK said was wrong, Trump did not ignore the disabled boy, she should be called out for it. Demonstrate why she is wrong, show us the president actually being with the boy, that is fair enough.
But to call her a "vile piece of sh!t" only shows how utterly vile and disgusting the person who made the video is.
You might disagree with what she has said, you might even call her out as a liar but a vile piece of Sh!t....no.
I wonder if this guy also called Trump a vile piece of Sh!t when Trump was recording boasting about sexually assaulting women just because he was famous. I think not.
Rowling is a amazing women, when you look at what she has accomplished in her life its amazing, she has went from being a women who was clinically depressed (contemplating suicide), in poverty, single mother, who had been beaten by her ex husband to becoming one of the most successful women in the world. She has given something in the range of £160 Million to charities mostly kids charities and has given the world a truly amazing set of books with her Harry Potter series.
She might be wrong about what she said about Trump and deserves to be called out for it but she is as far form being a "vile piece of Sh!t" as I think its possible to be for a such a famous and successful person.
I think Trump Supporters need to learn a little respect and should be calling the guy in this video out for being disrespectful scum.