Wizarding World of Harry Potter Theme Park Florida


“The Dogweed and Deathcap storefront in Hogsmeade at Universal Orlando Resort’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is home to many exotic plants and flowers, including the potted Mandrake. Shown within the shop window, the Mandrake shrieks and squirms as guests pass by. Inspired by J.K. Rowling’s compelling stories and characters, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is the most spectacularly-themed entertainment experience ever created.”

Visit the park TODAY:  http://www.universalorlando.com/harrypotter/


Video 2010 https://harrypotterworldorlando.com/photos/

Fan Site: http://www.wizardingworldharrypotter.com/

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AFER Update, this is important stuff bitches

American Foundation for Equal Rights

Within as little as two weeks, we may know whether AFER’s case challenging Prop. 8 will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. If the Justices decide not to hear our case, marriage equality will be restored in California. Regardless of what the U.S. Supreme Court decides to do, Prop. 8 is hanging by a thread. AFER is working with our attorneys and California state officials to get you the most up-to-date information about what could happen and when.

Check out AFER’s video and infographic that explain timing and possible outcomes of the Prop. 8 case at the U.S. Supreme Court.

If the U.S. Supreme Court decides to hear our case for marriage equality, the announcement can come as early as September 25. That’s only a week and a half away. AFER’s distinguished co-counsel Ted Olson and David Boies will file written briefs and present oral argument in the spring. A final decision would likely be issued by June 2013.If the Court decides not to hear our case, the announcement could come as early as October 1. The Ninth Circuit decision that ruled Prop. 8 unconstitutional will be made permanent, with marriages starting as soon as the Ninth Circuit issues its mandate, likely within several days after the Supreme Court denies review.

The other big news today is that there are now over 275 readings of Dustin Lance Black’s play “8” across the country and the world—278 to be exact. Community theaters, colleges and community groups are staging performances to bring a greater understanding about why marriage equality is so important, and how the arguments used against allowing all loving couples the freedom to marry cannot stand up in the court of law, where facts and truth matter. The play is also set to reach more audiences with a new Spanish-language translation.
We are on the cusp of achieving everything we’ve been fighting for. It is now a matter of days, and at the longest a few months, before Prop. 8 is gone for good.

Scratchy Sheets, Dysons and milk.

  1.   I spent a reasonable amount of money on these sheets.  They are the most perfect shade of deep peacock-blue.  If I were blue I would want to be this shade of blue.  ( Don’t worry if you are hearing Miranda Priestly lecture about Cerulean blue to the  new Emily; I can too).  They have a high thread count because, let’s face it; air makes me itch.  One side of them is like silk, so someone please explain why the other side feels like burlap?

  2. Our Dyson STINKS like rotting dog.  They may be the only vacuum not to lose suction, but they also hold a bad smell.  It is so bad i wonder if someone sucked up a dead mouse.  Yuck.  Warranty call.

  3. The liquor store by my house charges 6.50 for a pack of smokes and doesn’t carry milk.  A little part of me misses the old neighborhood