"There will come a time when Lord Voldemort will seem to fear for the life of his snake."
"For Nagini?" Snape looked astonished.
"Precisely. If there comes a time when Lord Voldemort stops sending that snake forth to do his bidding, but keeps it safe beside him, under magical protection, then, I think, it will be safe to tell Harry."
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
The last refuge of a scoundrel
When those who would suppress the expression of other opinions adopt the rhetoric of pluralism to defend their positions, it means they already know they've lost, and are making a final desperate stand before they join the Sadducees and the Essenes on the losing side of history.