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Lawrence E. Thomason

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Private and Very Heavily Warded [Dec. 3rd, 2004|04:10 am]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |angryangry]
[music |Students in the hallway.]

The most frightening thing in the world is realizing that there is a distinct possibility that you shouldn't even trust yourself anymore.

I am so utterly STUPID sometimes it disgusts me.

Forget it. I no longer even want to think about this matter.
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Warded to the Order [Nov. 15th, 2004|01:28 am]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |frustratedfrustrated]
[music |Rimsky-Korsakov | Russian Easter Overture]

Useless newspapers.

As I said to Arthur: Trying to find out anything at all about the actual state of the world by reading the Prophet is about as effective as trying to learn magic by reading Muggle Fairy Tales.

Change in our political system has been long overdue. Somehow the Wizarding World managed to sleep through the period when most Muggle countries banished the traditional priviledges of the aristocracy and insured that their democracies would come complete with an INDEPENDENT, FREE PRESS --- at least in theory. Hm. We do show our superiority so very well.

More incredibly still, I notice a distinct lack of references to the INTENTIONS of this so-called "terrorist group." Their agenda hasn't been mentioned at all. Hm. COULD IT BE BECAUSE HALF THE MINISTRY SECRETLY SYMPATHIZES WITH IT? JUST MAYBE.

Personally, I'm surprised this sort of thing didn't happen years ago. But I suppose we've always been behind the Muggles as far as politics goes. They got their crusade for purity over with around 40 years ago.

Damn them all.

I'm going for a walk in the forest.
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(no subject) [Nov. 12th, 2004|06:45 pm]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |angryangry]
[music |None.]

I'm astounded.

I suppose I've been underestimating the ability of the Wizarding World to be absolutely BLIND to reality.

Hm.
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(no subject) [Nov. 2nd, 2004|01:45 am]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |busy]
[music |Brahms | The Symphonies]

It's been a while since I've bothered to write in this book.

Perhaps it's best that way.

As it is, I should probably stop this right now and go finish grading some papers.
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(no subject) [Oct. 9th, 2004|10:00 am]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |apatheticapathetic]
[music |Students in the hallway.]

I cannot seem to accomplish anything anymore.

Oh, I insist on taking it on. I insist on alienating Albus when he tells me to stop. I insist on ignoring anybody who actually says anything remotely sensible.

This is utterly pointless.

Enough.
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(no subject) [Oct. 8th, 2004|11:35 pm]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |irritatedirritated]
[music |Bach | Toccata and Fuge]

Why is it that I CAN NEVER GET ANYTHING DONE?

I have GOT to go back there.

I have GOT to or I will NEVER BE ABLE TO STOP THINKING ABOUT IT.
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Private to Arthur Weasley [Oct. 8th, 2004|03:10 am]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |exhaustedexhausted]
[music |There is a CAT meowing in the hallway.]

Arthur,

It's ABSURD. First of all, it's clearly Voldemort and his damn Death Eaters; nobody else uses those tactics. However, I am utterly befuddled by the simple matter of their MOTIVE. What could they POSSIBLY hope to gain out of randomly abducting people in such a remote area? Obviously, terrorizing the area is going to scare those unlucky enough to live there --- but, relatively speaking, hardly ANYBODY lives there at all. Of course, we can't rule out the possibility that they're merely doing it in SPORT, or to EXPERIMENT on them. It's simply DISGUSTING.

Luckily, I found a few good leads down there. One spot seems particularly promising. I'm going to go back as soon as I can get away again. Should have stayed longer on this trip but---

---oh, well.

Damn.

I'm rambling. My apologies. I must confess that I'm more than a little --- disoriented.

I should NOT be writing this now. Cannot think straight. Ugh.

At any rate, I'm convinced it's worth looking into further.

Most likely, there's a training base down there.

We must discuss this further.

DO NOT TELL DUMBLEDORE ANYTHING.

I will take care of this.

Lawrence
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(no subject) [Oct. 5th, 2004|07:30 pm]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |stressedstressed]
[music |THIS DOES NOT MAKE ANY SENSE.]

Merlin.

He has one of these?

WHAT IS HE DOING WRITING IN A JOURNAL?

SHOULDN'T HE BE OUT KILLING AND TORTURING PEOPLE?

YES, I WOULD THINK SO!

I am utterly at a LOSS FOR WORDS.
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(no subject) [Oct. 5th, 2004|07:30 pm]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |nervousnervous]
[music |My foot kicking against the wall in FRUSTRATION.]

I neglected to show up to class today.

I also neglected to---

---oh, forget it.

DAMN. DAMN. DAMN.
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(no subject) [Sep. 27th, 2004|03:45 pm]
Lawrence E. Thomason
[mood |excitedexcited]
[music |Singing, singing, singing!]

I hope the students enjoyed class today! Well, I can certainly attest to the fact that they weren't BORED by my lecture. It was rather EXCITING, to say the least.

I honestly still don't understand what is so terrible about Dark Magic. Magic is magic; there is no morality to it at all. There is morality to the way it is USED, that much I will admit to. But really, Dark Magic is FASCINATING --- and I, for one, think we should be more open-minded about it. It can be used for reasons other than causing harm, you know. Dark Magic is capable of incredible, incredible things.

But, of course, everybody seems so afraid of it these days that we don't even dare to prepare ourselves properly for the times when it may be used against us.

And you never know when that may be.

You really never know.

Hm. I hope Dumbledore doesn't take my lesson the wrong way. Perhaps I should have asked him about it first. Oh, well. He certainly DOES NOT SEEM TO CARE ONE BIT about --- oh, FORGET IT.

DAMN IT! I am so exceedingly, exceedingly restless today. As wonderful as it is to FINALLY be ALIVE again, it would probably be preferable to be at least a bit CALMER. Still, I must admit: I LIKE feeling this way. Powerful. Instead of swirling around me the world has suddenly solidified, spreading out below me so that I can see each and everything second passing! Damn! Damn it, is life INCREDIBLE!

Merlin!

I COULD DO ANYTHING IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW!

Phrases and images and --- they're flying by, floating in and out of my mind and mesmerizing me until the world fades out into one long, glorious glow!

Ah! I must go somewhere! I must do something!

I'll finish this later.
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