Comments of Week: Harry Potter and the McDonough School Basilisk

Ron Weasley-Granger” named the snake in the Hariri building:

After rooming with a Parseltongue for like 7 fucking years, I have seen some gnarly snake shit.

Even though I don’t like referencing the shit-storm that was the Chamber of Secrets, (I’d rather talk about the Chamber than spiders) I think this snake incident should be named exactly what it relates to…the true meaning of the MSB acronym…the McDonough School Basilisk.


Hogwarts ’05

Soon, “Horatio Caine” was on the case:

Looks like one snake…..

*removes sunglasses*

had no BUSINESS being there…


And of course,”Benjamin Gates” joined the hunt:

Hmm, if I can remember from my studying/treasure hunting days as a history major at Georgetown, the Mexican flag depicts a bird with a snake in its mouth. If one follows the geographic trail, it leads right to Colombia. But what does Colombia have to do with Georgetown…I knew it! Uribe is the key! He set that snake loose to warn me against following the clues to the ancient Mayan treasure he purchased and hid with Colombian drug money! I’ve been on his trail a long time, but I didn’t think he would be so bold. Now if only there were a document with a secret map on the back that could lead me to the treasure…Why did he let the snake loose in the Rafik B. Hariri building? Hariri is an anagram of Hair Ir. Ir means “to go” in the Spanish of Colombia so we are left with Hair Go. Ergo…Ergo is a Latin term and Colombia is in Latin America. It all makes sense! I must visit Manassas, Virginia to find a key left by a Union soldier “where the sun sets all over.” I will update you on my progress.

Idea Man” was offended by Jack the Bulldog’s newest title:

This seems like Fox News was both reporting AND deciding. I am not pleased.

Asuka” is right—that’s one good-looking dog:

Dangerously handsome, maybe.

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