2015.02.04 06:47 dangerouslycheesey94 Pottermore Writings by J.K. Rowling
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2008.06.12 03:48 The Great Hall
2023.06.07 14:24 letais Harry Potter work by Dallis Elda from Eldar studios in Lacrosse Wi
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2023.06.07 14:20 letais Harry Potter arm work
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2023.06.07 14:18 TopCarob6570 Gotta love the early 2000’s
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2023.06.07 14:12 hellboy___007 2002 Box Office Analysis - Notable movies
|Movie||Production Budget||Opening Weekend||Domestic Box Office||Worldwide Box Office||Legs||Verdict|
|Collateral Damage (2002)||85 Million||15 Million||40 Million||78 Million||2.66||Flop|
|Resident Evil (2002)||35 Million||17 Million||40 Million||103 Million||2.27||Above Average|
|Ice Age (2002)||65 Million||46 Million||176 Million||386 Million||3.81||Big Hit|
|Blade 2 (2002)||54 Million||32 Million||81 Million||154 Million||2.51||Above Average|
|Panic Room (2002)||48 Million||30 Million||95 Million||196 Million||3.17||Hit|
|The Scorpion King (2002)||60 Million||36 Million||90 Million||165 Million||2.51||Average|
|Spider-Man (2002)||139 Million||114 Million||403 Million||821 Million||3.51||Blockbuster|
|Star Wars Ep. II: Attack of the Clones (2002)||115 Million||80 Million||310 Million||656 Million||3.88||Blockbuster|
|Insomnia (2002)||46 Million||20 Million||67 Million||113 Million||3.21||Above Average|
|The Sum of All Fears (2002)||68 Million||31 Million||118 Million||193 Million||3.80||Hit|
|The Bourne Identity (2002)||60 Million||27 Million||121 Million||214 Million||4.48||Big Hit|
|Scooby-Doo (2002)||84 Million||54 Million||153 Million||276 Million||2.83||Hit|
|Minority Report (2002)||102 Million||35 Million||132 Million||358 Million||3.70||Hit|
|Lilo & Stitch (2002)||80 Million||35 Million||145 Million||245 Million||4.13||Hit|
|Mr. Deeds (2002)||50 Million||37 Million||126 Million||171 Million||3.40||Hit|
|Men in Black 2 (2002)||140 Million||52 Million||190 Million||441 Million||3.65||Hit|
|Stuart Little 2 (2002)||120 Million||15 Million||64 Million||166 Million||4.30||Flop|
|Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)||63 Million||73 Million||213 Million||296 Million||2.92||Big Hit|
|Signs (2002)||70 Million||60 Million||227 Million||408 Million||3.79||Big Hit|
|Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams(2002)||38 Million||16 Million||85 Million||119 Million||5.14||Hit|
|xXx (2002)||70 Million||44 Million||141 Million||267 Million||3.19||Big Hit|
|My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)||5 Million||597k||241 Million||374 Million||21.75||All time Blockbuster|
|The Tuxedo (2002)||60 Million||15 Million||50 Million||104 Million||3.36||Average|
|The Ring (2002)||48 Million||15 Million||129 Million||248 Million||6.98||Big Hit|
|Jackass: The Movie (2002)||2 Million||22 Million||64 Million||79 Million||2.82||Big Hit|
|8 Mile (2002)||41 Million||51 Million||116 Million||245 Million||2.28||Big Hit|
|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)||100 Million||88 Million||262 Million||874 Million||2.97||Blockbuster|
|Die Another Day (2002)||142 Million||47 Million||160 Million||431 Million||3.42||Hit|
|Analyze That (2002)||60 Million||11 Million||32 Million||54 Million||54 Million||Flop|
|Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)||60 Million||18 Million||43 Million||67 Million||2.34||Flop|
|Gangs of New York (2002)||97 Million||9 Million||77 Million||183 Million||7.10||Average|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)||94 Million||62 Million||342 Million||919 Million||5.52||Blockbuster|
|Catch Me if You Can (2002)||52 Million||30 Million||164 Million||355 Million||5.52||Big Hit|
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2023.06.07 14:08 WagonWheel22 Chris Christie Officially Announces 2024 Campaign, Taking Aim at Trump
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie kicked off his second presidential campaign on Tuesday with a lacerating indictment of former President Donald Trump, calling his ally-turned-rival a “lonely, self-consumed mirror hog” who, by force of personality alone, represents a threat to the republic.
At a town hall event in New Hampshire, Christie – who endorsed Trump after dropping out of the 2016 primary and then became a close adviser to the former president ahead of the 2020 election – described his past support as an error and urged Republicans to join him in rejecting the GOP front-runner.
“Beware of the leader in this country, who you have handed leadership to, who has never made a mistake, who has never done anything wrong, who when something goes wrong it’s always someone else’s fault. And who has never lost,” Christie said of Trump.
“I can’t guarantee you success, but I can guarantee you that at the end of it, you will have no doubt in your mind who I am and what I stand for and whether I deserve it,” he said. “That’s why I came back to New Hampshire to tell all of you that I intend to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States in 2024.”...
Christie’s announcement on Tuesday, which followed his filing with the Federal Election Commission earlier in the day, came a day after fellow GOP moderate Chris Sununu, the governor of New Hampshire, opted against running and less than 24 hours before former Vice President Mike Pence officially enters the race. Like in 2016, Christie is seeking to appeal to more traditionally conservative, establishment-friendly Republicans – and hope that he can emerge as a foil to Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a rapidly growing field.
Also similar to that first run: Christie is part of a crowded field that, if history is any guide, could pave the way for a nominee currently running with less than majority support among Republicans. Along with Trump and DeSantis, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott have all launched bids. Pence, who has already filed paperwork to run, and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum are expected to join the crowd on Wednesday.
Christie on Tuesday touted his ability to be a pugilist while also making a case for compromise – something he called out DeSantis, a former Freedom Caucus member in the US House who now enjoys unified GOP control of the state legislature, for never succeeding at or even attempting.
He also chided DeSantis and Trump over their murky positions on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and, in what sounded like a jab at DeSantis’ and other primary candidates’ attacks on “woke ideology,” said the field included a bunch of “pretenders” who are “talking about issues that are so small that sometimes it’s hard to even understand them.”
That group, Christie added, treated Trump like the “Harry Potter” villain Voldemort, whose name the books’ protagonists are banned from speaking.
“The person I am talking about who’s obsessed with the mirror, who never admits a mistake, who never admits a fault and who always find someone else and something else to blame for whatever goes wrong, but finds every reason for anything that goes right – is Donald Trump,” Christie said.
As CNN has previously reported, Christie believes he is best-positioned to take on Trump in the primary while also appealing to independents in a potential general election showdown with President Joe Biden. He begins his bid with the support of a new super PAC, called “Tell It Like It Is,” formed by allies in anticipation of his campaign.
Christie offered a less edgy take on Biden, accusing the president of “dividing” voters but also recalling their decades-old relationship. Being “timid,” “quiet” and “not speaking to us regularly” were, as Christie told it, Biden’s foremost sins. Along with his age.
“He’s a nice man. He’s out of his depth because he’s not the guy he used to be,” Christie said. “Father Time always wins.”
Christie’s flirtation with presidential politics began in 2011, when he considered running in a primary to take on then-President Barack Obama a year later. He demurred, then saw his standing with Republicans sag ahead of 2016. His 2016 campaign was short-lived and most memorable for Christie’s mocking evisceration of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in a February debate.
He helmed Trump’s transition team – though his work was eventually trashed and Christie himself sidelined days after the election – and later on became a close adviser to the former president. He was floated as a potential appointment to a number of administration jobs, though none ever materialized. He even participated in mock debates with Trump in 2020. (Christie has said he believes he contracted Covid-19 from Trump, who did not disclose a positive test result, during one of those sessions.)
Following Trump’s defeat and subsequent attempt to overturn the 2020 election, Christie turned on him and sought to establish himself as one of Trump’s chief Republican critics.
“We keep losing and losing and losing,” Christie said at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership conference late last year. “The reason we’re losing is because Donald Trump has put himself before everybody else.”
He also has said that Trump “incited” the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the US Capitol “in an effort to intimidate Mike Pence and the Congress into doing exactly what he said in his own words last week: overturn the election.”
In an interview with Axios this year, he vowed never to support Trump again.
“I can’t help him,” Christie said. “No way.”
Asked by an audience member on Tuesday whether he had a plan to win over “Trump voters,” Christie disputed the characterization – and insisted that Republicans should not view people who had previously voted for Trump as an impenetrable group.
“There is no such thing as ‘Trump voters.’ He doesn’t own them. He didn’t take title to them. They’re not one of his buildings. They’re not one of his casinos in New Jersey. They’re not that wreck he’s got in Las Vegas,” Christie said. “I voted for him twice. Am I a Trump voter? Hell no, man.”
2023.06.07 14:07 Acziever Harry Potter themed art for @TekkiWolf /Twitter
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2023.06.07 14:05 the-phony-pony What are you writing? Weekly Post
2023.06.07 13:55 CarizmaX Harry Potter Bedroom
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2023.06.07 13:53 The_Amazing_Emu Should the new HBO series have its own visual style?
2023.06.07 13:42 Ok_Target6758 tom and harry potter
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2023.06.07 13:42 KevinsChili22 24M dying of boredom at work. Come chat!
2023.06.07 13:41 EnvironmentalEye3575 i think ashish chanchlani lost his charm.
2023.06.07 13:39 HarangueSajuk Can tell this is the kind of person who's super unpleasant to serve
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2023.06.07 13:36 MrIrishman1212 Shitty food and drinks shouldn’t be so pricey
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2023.06.07 13:30 OkDay1857 Harry Potter Castle Build
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2023.06.07 13:21 Famous-Confection709 Hey everyone! Got this set for free but I hate harry potter. I absolutely loved the horse and would like to use it. Any ideas about how can I use the horse or the parts on my dc display?
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2023.06.07 13:13 iamfromtwitter Are there any good sources that predict the hypothetical voter outcome of only gen Z ?
2023.06.07 13:13 No_Blueberry_407 Badtrip ako sa mga foreigners na nag tratrabaho sa Pilipinas
2023.06.07 13:08 Pristine-Cow-8551 Gen Z is drinking less at concerts
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2023.06.07 13:07 mindworkshow Mental Health in Lebanon: a crisis like no other