I had written a rather satisfying observation about this story...
Harry Potter popular with Guantanamo detainees:
Books about boy wizard Harry Potter have become favourite reading material among Islamic terror suspects at the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Quoting a librarian working at the centre, The Washington Times newspaper says JK Rowling's tales about the boy and the school of wizardry are on top of the request list for the camp's 520 Al Qaeda and Taliban suspects, followed by Agatha Christie novels.
"We've got a few who are kind of hooked on it. A couple have asked if they can see the movie," the librarian identified only as Lori is quoted by The Times as saying.
And thanks once again to the pathetic misfortune of the software of Blogger.com, it was all lost in its entirety in the action of pressing the mysterious command to publish; which secretly means roll the dice to watch an hour's work render... or vanish.
All that is left is the one trackback that was being prepared. Let your imaginations lead you where I was going...
The Anchoress recommends that we all find some refuge from the cacophony of the chaos for a brief respite. Perhaps this is my own personal refuge... there's hope in the minds of children, and salvation in the words of the wise.