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hey guys! As you can see I can log into my account =) Found my list of passwords under my desk. Gosh, I feel so like Neville!

So, I just read the 4th and final post from Jk on the history of magic in North America. I found it fascinating all week when I discovered this series Tuesday afternoon, so I read them, and I was floored by JK's writing. Then, she released her final writing and, can I just say? unhappy faces all around?

Rowling makes American witches and wizards sound like we're drunk losers with wands powered by monsters. Even the president Piquery carries a wand which draws evil magic to it like vampires draw blood. WTH???? Am I envisioning a nightmare or did JK really write that?!?! Need thoughts on this pronto, please guys.


Books with the Best Lead Women

Ever since the phenomenon of The Hunger Games, the set of books featuring strong female leads, have become more numerous. Without a doubt Harry Potter is filled with them: Molly Weasley, Hermione Granger, Ginny Weasley, Tonks, Minvera McGonagall, Madam Hooch, Fleur Delacor, Harry's Mother Lily, and even Narcissa Malfoy. I was just considering lately which books now a days feature great women, in your opinion. I'll leave a few of my favorite below:

Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games
Tris Prior in Divergent Triology
Cath in Fangirl?
Nynaeve in Wheel of Time
Louanne Johnson in Dangerous Minds
Annabeth Chase in The Percy Jackson Series
The Queen of the Tearling lead (sorry haven't read it yet!)
Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice

When Men Glare

So, I was going to wait until later this week to post this, but even though we just revived this group, this has been going on for quite some time, and I haven't had anyone to discuss this with. I decided not to wait any longer.

I'm working under this film director on a new film project, and he is ignoring and underplaying when I come to him and tell him the male actors are glaring at me, asking me to do them favors like get their coffee and deliver it to their trailers. Sometimes they look at me as I walk away, and sometimes they joke with me, hitting me playfully on the shoulder, sometimes chest. They look down at me and flash a smile, and wait there until I respond with a look or smile, or word. When I smile back, they come back that afternoon and praise the skirt I'm wearing and how my hair looks, wait for a response, and then walk away. Sometimes they come in 3s and 4s into my dressing room just to talk. They've asked me to join their hip-hop dance team, and follow me around some afternoons when they don't have scenes. They just keep coming at me. They are like a pack of wolves. I don't know what to do. I'm worried and afraid they might do something to me.

I want to complete this film, and I think it will make lots of money and give me a good experience for my first real film job. I can't leave it. If I do, I don't think I will ever get a job again with a director like him he's pretty up there on the list. If I tell you his name, you'll undoubtedly know who it is. What do I do?



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