Guys, I cannot stop reading the ever-so-kindly-named "Dual Interpretations" thread.
Vaudree: All that indicates is that she heard the Marauder’s side of the story (either directly from them or from someone else) since the last time she talked to Snape. So we are in the same place where Snape could have entertained the theory concerning Lupin being a werewolf before or after he went down there.
Wendall: I don't really understand your theory about Snape only starting to theorise about Lupin being a werewolf after the whomping willow incident. He knew Lupin was a werewolf after this, it wasn't just a theory. He saw Lupin going in, he saw a werewolf in the shrieking shack, Dumbledore made him promise not to tell anybody that Lupin was a werewolf.
Vaudree: I never said that WickedBoy cannot come up with a theory - there is still the Scottish book. I don’t know whether Snape came up with his Lupin is a werewolf theory before or after the Shack Attack – the book doesn’t say. To say one way or the other is to make a theory – to make a prediction – as to what the Scottish book will reveal. Six months after the Scottish Book, discussion of the series will be truly over. [whining about Jo writing next-gen books]
It's just so pointless and stupid, yet I still can't stop! Here, I'll give you a little bit more of a post of Vaudree's.
Never really understood why Ron felt more threatened by Cormac than by Neville – what do you think JKR was trying to show with that?
Cormac went out for Ron's place on the team and actively went after Hermione. Neville liked Herbology. Why do you think he felt more threatened by the former?
can’t see HBP until it goes to Video but my son said that the movie was completely different than the book but Steven Van Ark says that basically they are the same.