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Sunburns, Harry Potter meet college student

Permalink 07/23/07 at 06:53:54 am, by Ed, 137 words   English (US)
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BLOOMINGTON, MN (EP) -- College student Edward Dassmesser was sunburned for the first time in seven years yesterday when a series of unfortunate events lead to the purchasing of one book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and being forced to read it in the sun for an extended period of time. Scientists believe that the extended periods of looking downward they say are required for reading caused the back of his neck to be exposed to dangerous "Ultraviolet" radiation, emanating from a nearby giant gaseous ball of fire.

Accordingly, this radiation burn may have caused severe skin lacerations, or probably not. Dassmesser has reportedly not been affected by the radiation enough to have stopped him from finishing the book, and was quoted as saying, "Hagrid dies in the end, foo! Hahah! Ruined it for all y'all!"

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