I wonder what Hermione did the whole train ride to Hogwarts while Harry and Ron had the flying car
Isn’t it obvious?
Very accurate representation if what happens when I visit a bookstore :)
My life. Every book store visit. Always.
thesejokesdontcount said: I think this whole transition with the ads is really cool, and I like that you're doing it. However, seeing people make it their business to know what exactly you do with however much money you make kind of irks me. Nerdfighters can be so enlightened and caring, but does it ever frustrate you how intrusive they can be, analyzing every statement you make and now even analyzing your money?
No. I see our business as being owned by Nerdfighteria more than it is owned by me. If I have an unofficial board of directors with 200,000 passionate, caring people on it, that’s fine with me.
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This is absolutely stunning. The music is gorgeous. Everything about this is fantastic.