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This is Barack Obama in his basket team

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Arnold Schwarzenegger discovering New York for the first time

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Filming the roaring lion for Metro Goldwyn Mayer

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Elijah Wood and Macaulay Culkin image

Les Beatles and Muhammad Ali

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 Chuck Norris and Bruce Lee

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 Marilyn Monroe meeting Elisabeth II

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Stephen Hawking and his wife, Jane

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Steven Spielberg in his mecanic shark for the movie “Jaws”

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Robin Williams as a cheerleader

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Behind the scene of Star Wars

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Hermione would have made a wonderful Slytherin. Fiiiiiiiiiiiic iiiiiiit!

The reason Hermoine isn’t a Slytherin is because she believes every time that what she’s doing is right.  Not good for her.  Not convenient.  Not simply contributing to her goals.  But she believes, with a whole-hearted conviction, that her choices are objectively right, fitting, and just.  That’s why she doesn’t flinch.  It’s one thing to think you’re doing something because it serves your ends, or its necessary.  It’s another to have the burning conviction that the thing you’re about to do, no matter how heinous it might seem, is morally sound and just.

Slytherins know they’re justifying their means to get their ends.  Gryffindors believe that every means they employ are just.  Hermoine is a crusader knight with a wand, and doesn’t care what the collateral damage is so long as she is just in her destruction.

This is why Gryffindors are infinitely more dangerous than Slytherins.  Slytherins serve their interests, and revise their plans when their interests aren’t served.  They deal in reality.  That’s what ambition is.  But Gryffindors will march a bloody path down to the gates of hell if they are convicted of the moral necessity and justice of it, casualties be damned.

Reblogged from teamfreewinchester