he’s a ghost
"In a utilitarian age, of all other times, it is a matter of grave importance that fairy tales should be respected." —Charles Dickens
(Final form of my Fairy Tale Dystopia series. Monsters don’t go away, they only assume new forms as the world develops, and maybe we do need some echoes of the old stories to orient ourselves in an increasingly automated environment. The world may be full of uncertainty, but fairy tales remind us that even in the face of ominous forces beyond our control, we can be responsible in the way we react to them.)
“THEN YOU SHOULD HAVE DIED!” roared Black. “DIED RATHER THAN BETRAY YOUR FRIENDS, AS WE WOULD HAVE DONE FOR YOU!”
“Actually,” said Harry, pocketing his e-cigarette, “Peter’s pursuit of rational self-interest is of a higher moral order than your determination to kill yourself on another person’s behalf, Sirius. Self-sacrifice is never the answer; it ends only in pain and death.”
Sirius blanched. “But Voldemort — we could have stopped Voldemort.”
“It’s a free market,” Harry said, shrugging.
Lupin turned into a wolf.
“Control yourself,” Harry said. “Good lord, man, you’re a being of pure will and drive. Exercise it.”
Lupin turned back into a man with flashing, clear eyes and a jaw that could level a mid-sized office building.
“In the marketplace of ideas,” Harry went on, “Voldemort has the same right to disseminate his philosophy as you do. If his philosophy is sound, it will flourish. If his philosophy is unsound, you have nothing to fear.”
The first official posters for all three films
Disney Villains Week: Day 4: Most Evil/Disgusting Villain
➸ Maleficent - Sleeping Beauty (1959)
"The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. But… before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finger, on the spindle of a spinning wheel - AND DIE!"
Do you think its in David’s contract that whenever he does a role he must have a long coat?
I sure as hell hope so.