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gtgrouch posted a comment on Tuesday 12th August 2014 2:53am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Gee, I guess that the pureblood's position in society isn't that secure after all.

kyoshi posted a comment on Saturday 5th November 2011 8:43am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Story is brilliant and Harry is very cunning. But I like to see some confortations against the Malfoys and their partners.

goku90504 posted a comment on Wednesday 19th May 2010 2:08am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

I covered my eyes as a wave of intense head washed over me.

heat i think you meant right? great stories though i do hope harry gets both his girls in the end even if he doesn't its still worth the read even if i was late to work today because of it

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Monday 7th December 2009 10:14pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Good chapter.

gunny

scribbler posted a comment on Friday 21st August 2009 1:04pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

August 21, 2009

I love it. I've read all of this third book today and I really think that you have a major talent for writing. In many ways, you're on par with Miss_AnnThropic (Vox Corporis). I look forward to your next chapter and hope that it's sooner rather than later!

Regards,

the_scribbler

witowsmp posted a comment on Friday 7th August 2009 12:34pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Good couple of chapters. I enjoy hitting the inbreds in the pocket books. I look forward to the next.

tealover posted a comment on Wednesday 22nd July 2009 12:54pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

I have been hooked by all of your stories. keep the chapters comming. looking for your update notice. I hope to see if any of the plot lines I have come up with by the clues you have left come to pass.
denise

Charles Newton posted a comment on Tuesday 30th June 2009 5:09pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Darkling story but REALLY well done. But please, PLEASE get Hermione back in good with Blaise and Harry; like'em both & figure the ladies would be good for each other as well as for Harry, adding a different reference to life.

ARedHair posted a comment on Sunday 3rd May 2009 8:33am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

I've just finished reading your 3 stories. Very good.
Looking forward to see where you take it.

OlorinBlack posted a comment on Friday 1st May 2009 10:40am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Nice story...Harry seems a bit dark, but he is still doing good.

And Moldyshorts is gone for good unless someone somehow manages to get ahold of the goblet.

jpdt19 posted a comment on Tuesday 28th April 2009 3:23pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Absolutely Bloody Amazing

Just read all the way through this series

Superb.

kryptikk79 posted a comment on Friday 24th April 2009 1:52pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

interesting chapter, mister card.

Lee Dickie posted a comment on Monday 20th April 2009 4:30pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Great chapter, thanks.

Lerris Smith posted a comment on Friday 17th April 2009 7:44pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Good overall, and the apparent resolution of the pairing with two women seems well thought out. Harry's the ends justifies the means thinking is exceptionally dangerous, particularly if he starts excusing more and more collateral damage from his highly illegal attempts to change society. From a purely analytical analysis, the ends may very well outweigh the means, but then things seldom go entirely as planned.

From a more realistic standpoint, if you can stop the purebloods illegal activities that are highly profitable, then their rather stupid rules for cheap rent for purebloods would, over time, destroy their fortunes and then the problem would self correct.

Incidentally this is also an argument for the estate tax, since if you prevent excessive dynasties from building, it becomes harder for their corruption to become excessive. Of course you also have to be very careful with the goverment that collects those taxes...

Dracolych69 posted a comment on Saturday 11th April 2009 12:12am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Freakin' 'ey! Right up there with jbern's stuff, man. Very nice.

noylj posted a comment on Friday 10th April 2009 4:54pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Great story. Too bad about the poor planning.

Neopyro posted a comment on Wednesday 1st April 2009 11:47am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Very nice story so far. Is there any way to get on a notification list for updates?

Thanks,
Neopyro

brad posted a comment on Friday 27th March 2009 12:21am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

Well ... I'm not sure what to say.

Piece by piece, bit by bit, this is a fun chapter ... Harry's being clever, doing clever things, and it's fun to read about them.

But overall ... we have the big picture of a man who's killed innocent people (accidentally), which is a pretty tough thing to forget.

I'm worried about Hermione, too. She still seems to be something of a basket case. Well, she's had a big shock, I guess; those 'authority figures' she used to respect have had a big fall in her eyes. But still ...

I enjoyed Harry's use of his 'absorption power' to disable the wards of the safe! Although that reminds me that we have no real idea why he has that power in the first place. I guess we just say "he's Harry Potter" and move on?

Harry's use of his telekinesis^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H 'push' power is fine, but really any wizard can duplicate it with a banishment spell, right? He seems to be knocking rows of Aurors down too frequently and easily.

I think you've uncovered a loophole of Rowling's magical universe; if anyone can, with enough effort, place a Fidelius charm on anything - even if the object isn't legally owned by the wizard - then you'd think this trick would have been used before. Like George and Fred hiding the location of all the girls' toilets at Hogwarts.

This chapter seemed to be rather straightforward in comparison to its predecessors; no real twists, Harry continuing to move in a straight line. I'm wondering if you have further surprises/twists in store!

ginners posted a comment on Thursday 26th March 2009 4:03pm for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

I'm loving the story so far, I read through apprentice and journeyman a few hours ago and I love the way you structure your story and the scenarios you come up with ^^- keep up the good work and UPDATE SOON! =]

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Thursday 26th March 2009 9:57am for Some flash flooding, with expected loss of property

*CHUCKLE* Oh, my, the pure-bloods aren't going to appreciate this and LXM Holdings is going to have fun with all their problems (couldn't happen to more deserving folk). It should be rather interesting to see where this business investment goes from here.