T_T I need a suitable image macro for this, but I don't have one so... What's so fucked up about my morality? I'm saying that Harry didn't seem to be that fucked up. Maybe my perception's wrong, but the story was either too subtle for my pea-brain to handle, or the author wasn't using enough hints to suggest that Harry was more than a slightly crazy, love-struck admirer. How does that make my morality... fucked up? During his "stalking", at least the parts we saw, he didn't do anything morally wrong – just unsual. I think his actions (following Daphne around to find out her tastes) are permissible in today's society. Sure, stalking is wrong, but we don't know the extent of his actions to truly judge them completely. If you're talking about my judgment on how he handled the Slytherin, let's see you get cornered by three people with weapons and a history of deliquency (and possibly physical violence) and deal with them in a nice manner and/or not cause them any pain whatsoever while not getting hurt yourself. Did they disappear? I might have skipped over that, sometimes I read a little too fast and miss details. Killing them is extreme, don't think I condone intentional, meditated killing like that. Finally, concluding that my "morals" are wholly out of line while only having snippets of my moral theory is a gross misstep. Are you telling me you're the perfect moral character? I'm sure you've said something on this forum that would make people pause from giving you some kind of authority.