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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Be warned, be very warned. It might be in your best effort to keep your hands over both your eyes and ears until the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on July 21st. Knowing that some won't be able to help themselves when it comes to leaking/posting spoilers on the seventh installment's story, JK Rowling says it is best that all who know anything to shut the hell up.
Well, she didn't put it in those words exactly, but I agree with her.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to (Please) Remain Spoilerless
JK Rowling's recent update on her official website is such big news that just about every news agency is reporting on it. What did she say? In short, she is warning people not to ruin Deathly Hallows by spoiling it to others.
There will always be sad individuals who get their kicks from ruining other people's fun, but while sites like Leaky take such an active stance against them, we may yet win. Even if the biggest secret gets out - even if somebody discovers the Giant Squid is actually the world's largest Animagus, which rises from the lake at the eleventh hour, transforms into Godric Gryffindor and... well, I wouldn't like to spoil it.
Many of us have seen the video of the er, 'Snape Incident' that occurred outside a Borders (Barnes & Noble?) when a person did a drive-by spoiler to a fan who just purchased Half-Blood Prince.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows hits shelves on July 21st.