In the meantime, Potter, you’re suspended from playing Quidditch. I’m going to need you to hand over your Firebolt.
All right fine, you can have my Firebolt, but we’re doing it in your office so I can slam it down on your desk and yell out, “The system stinks!”.
Actually, the procedure is to bring your Firebolt down to the equipment room on the second floor, fill out form four-five-two-underscore-J, hand said form to Mr. Filch, and then receive a claim check through owl post.
Hi! I don’t know that to write here. So I’ll write everything that remeber (and intresting) about myself. I’m a student of the faculty of Cinema and TV. First year of five. It’s as much interesting as exhausting. I’m a introvert but I want more friends because I feel pretty lonely often. I like drawing, black tea, cofe, meditation, yoga, literature, traveling, blue, fruits and vegetables, chocolate ice-cream, video games, watching movies/cartoons, music. I would like to know new people from different places! I think it’s an awesome experience! Also I’ll be very glad if you can help me with English because I still learning. If you want I can try to teach you Russian. Some people say that I’m a good teacher. At least I have patience.
I prefer people of my age or younger because with older people I feel uncomfortable. Let’s say between 16-25.
For any of you guys who can use BBC iPlayer or live in the UK and have TV, there’s a documentary on British composers in like three minutes on BBC4. Thought you might appreciate it :) (P.S there’s one about Mendelssohn in two or three weeks. Be there!)
Episode five of Dear White People, as directed by Barry Jenkins, is a character study of a rebel who’s forgotten how to do anything else.
It’s a loose, fun exploration of multiple facets of black representation in pop culture, from Tyler Perry-esque movies to Iyanla: Fix My Life.
But most of all, Jenkins’ episode is a tense meditation on the everyday threat of police brutality, and exactly how damaging one white person’s decision can be to black people’s lives. Read more (4/28/17 Opinion)