Twilight Sparkle  You have a huge collection of books. [x] You value your alone time. [x] You have trouble making friends. [x] You are very intelligent.  You write letters regularly.  You find a lesson in everything. [x] You have trouble doing things “the old-fashioned way.”  You’ve recently moved to a new town. [x] You’re rather sarcastic. [x] You’re often accused of being a know-it-all. Total: 6
Pinkie Pie [x] You’re the black sheep of the family.  You’re majorly hyper. [x] You love to siiiing! (yeah, but i suck lolololol)  You’re known for throwing great parties! [x] You’re great at baking. [x] People sometimes don’t get your jokes.  You’re a prankster.  You’re a super-intense personality.  You have strange pets.  You are known to go to extremes. Total: 4
Applejack [x] You’re very stubborn.  You find great joy in working.  You prefer the country to the city.  You speak with an accent. [x] You HATE cheating. (depends but yeah) [x] You have freckles. [x] You prefer casual wear rather than flashy things. [x] You wear your hair in a ponytail. [x] You have a large family.  You have trouble lying. Total: 6
Rainbow Dash [x] You love winning.  You like sports.  You have a funky haircolor. [x] You have fangirl tendencies. [x] You have no problem speaking your mind. [x] You will give up anything for your friends. [x] You like being recognized for good things. [x] You have no problem being ‘one of the guys’.  You act now, think later. [x] You’re very brave. Total: 7
Rarity  You love being the center of attention. [x] You have a cat.  You sew well.  It’s well-known that you’re somewhat vain. [x] You love the excitement of the city!  You will overwork yourself to do something nice for your friends. [x] You wear makeup. [x] You’re prone to whining. [x] You have expensive tastes. [x] You enjoy ‘girl-time.’ Total: 6
Fluttershy [x] You HATE being the center of attention.  You struggle with sharing your mind. [x] You love animals and help them however you can. [x] You’re graceful. (well, kind of.)  You’re very quiet or soft-spoken. [x] You have a secret mean-streak. [x] You’ve been told you could model. (in Japan lolololol)  You’re the eldest of your friends. [x]You like wearing your hair loose and long.  You’re very nurturing. Total: 6
At the 1994 annual awards dinner given for Forensic Science, AAFS, President Dr. Don Harper Mills astounded his audience with the legal complications of a bizarre death. Here is the story:
On March 24,1994 the medical examiner viewed the body of Ronald Opus and concluded that he died from a shotgun wound to the head. Mr. Opus had jumped from the top of a ten story building intending to commit suicide. He left a note to that effect, indicating his despondency. As he fell past the ninth floor his life was interrupted by a shotgun blast passing through a window which killed him instantly.
Neither the shooter nor the descender was aware that a safety net had been installed just below at the eighth floor level to protect some building workers and that Ronald Opus would not have been able to complete his suicide the way he had planned.
“Ordinarily,” Dr. Mills continued, “a person who sets out to commit suicide and ultimately succeeds, even though the mechanism might not be what he intended, is still defined as committing suicide.”
That Mr. Opus was shot on the way to certain death, but probably would not have been successful because of the safety net, caused the medical examiner to feel that he had a homicide on his hands. The room on the ninth floor, whence the shotgun blast emanated, was occupied by an elderly man and his wife. They were arguing vigorously and he was threatening her with a shotgun. The man was so upset that when he pulled the trigger he completely missed his wife and the pellets went through the window, striking Mr. Opus.
When one intends to kill subject A but kills subject B in the attempt, one is guilty of the murder of subject B. When confronted with the murder charge the old man and his wife were both adamant. They both said they thought the shotgun was unloaded. Thed old man said it was his long-standing habit to threaten his wife with the unloaded shotgun. He had no intention to murder her. Therefore the killing of Mr. Opus appeared to be an accident; that is, the gun had been accidentally loaded.
The continuing investigation turned up a witness who saw the old couple’s son loading the shotgun about six weeks prior to the fatal accident. It transpired that the old lady had cut off her son’s financial support and the son, knowing the propensity of his father to use the shotgun threateningly, loaded the gun with the expectation that his father would shoot his mother. The case now becomes one of murder on the part of the son for the death of Ronald Opus.
Now comes the exquisite twist. Further investigation revealed that the son was, in fact, Ronald Opus. He had become increasingly despondent over the failure of his attempt to engineer his mother’s murder. This led him to jump off the ten story building on March 23rd, only to be killed by a shotgun blast passing through the ninth story window. The son had actually murdered himself so the medical examiner closed the case as a suicide.
There are a lot of people who are getting into Pottermore. I dare to guess more than a million.
And we’re all apparently competing to get in a month early, but we aren’t all being let in at the same time…
I think they’re using this beta test to build some hype. But hey, I don’t really blame them. I’m still choosing to be excited about it. They’ve created a lot of magic and excitement with it, which is the whole point of Pottermore. It’s a suspicious system, but who knows, I could be wrong too.