I killed the time by reading the Saipan Tribune. Then I ate my donuts from Winchell's. Then I did the crossword puzzle. Then I did the other crossword puzzle.
John Perez screwed up the Coed Soccer story. He wrote that Brad had the assist in our last game. NO! I had the assist. Bastards!
The line never got that long. There were probably about 40 more people that showed up between 6:10 AM and 9:00 AM. Power 99 was there for the kickoff. Between songs they were asking Harry Potter trivia questions and giving t-shirts to the winners. I knew that Rubius was Hagrid's first name, Sami knew that Harry's wand was made of Holly and a Phoenix's tale, and Zoe knew that the Sorcerer's Stone was held in Gringotts vault 713. How the hell did she remember that?
The book was released on Saipan at the exact time as the release on London...which is five hours ahead of the East Coast.
Since I was the first person to buy the book and since we are where America's day starts, that means that I was the first person in America to own Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (screw Guam)!
A huge thanks to EJ who was there with me all morning! She did it for only a bagel and a coffee.
Oh yeah, I promised/threatened that I would post the end of the book as soon as I had it. Well, for those of you in America waiting for the book to come out, here it is, the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: