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Emma Watson Hired An Armed, Undercover Agent To Be Her Buddy-Guard At Her Brown University Graduation! Intense!

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First Hogwarts, and now Brown University! Congrats, Emma Watson!

On the day of her graduation, your fave Harry Potter lass was spotted sitting next to someone in a cap and gown that looked like another student, but turned out to be her bodyguard!

Paging 21 Jump Street! We've got a live one here!

Wow! Her own personal Auror escort? Makes sense to us. This'd be the perfect day for Voldemort to pop out and screw things up for everyone! (Or you know, an overzealous frat boy!)

We're glad no Death Eaters showed up on the big day! And congrats again, Ems!

[Image via Splash News.]

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6 comments to “Emma Watson Hired An Armed, Undercover Agent To Be Her Buddy-Guard At Her Brown University Graduation! Intense!”



  1. 1

    my co-worker's sister-in-law makes $68 every hour on the laptop . She has been without a job for 8 months but last month her paycheck was $16610 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Look At This,,,,,,,,, WWW.WORKTIN.ℂOM



  2. 2

    So its OK for celebrities to use firearms, or people with firearms to protect themselves but the rest of us just have to hand our family over to the intruders, and lay down and die?

    Fuck you, and your hypocritical friends in the shithole you call Hollywood.

  3. Kerry Louise says – reply to this


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    She 'earned' a useless English degree and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars for it. What a disgrace.

  4. Stephanie says – reply to this


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    How rude are you? I'm EARNING a "useless" English degree right now. Where would you be without English majors? You wouldn't have teachers or professors. My favorite professor at OSU has a lovely $200k/ year salary right now, according to Glassdoor. Let's not forget that they can also go on to be University Presidents, who can earn upwards and over $800k/ year, like Mr. Gordon Gee did. English degrees can have well paying careers outside of academia, like editing, HR jobs, tech writers, and just anything involving writing in general. Furthermore, English Majors score higher on the MCAT than Biology, Microbiology, Psych, and Premed majors. Going to medical school with an English degree is an actual possibility, despite popular belief. English majors also score very high on the LSAT, so then we have English majors go onto Law school. In fact, English majors outscore most other majors on most grad school entry exams. Why? Because our major requires a lot of writing analysis and reading. It builds very useful skills. We don't just sit in class reading books all day, we're asked to truly READ what we're reading and to analyze it. So please, tell me which of those careers you deem "useless"? Furthermore, no degree is "useless". Emma has spent the past four years broadening her mind through study and education. She's had to take courses outside of the English curriculum and has earned a full degree.



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    Re: Kerry Louise – How rude are you? I'm EARNING a "useless" English degree right now. Where would you be without English majors? You wouldn't have teachers or professors. My favorite professor at OSU has a lovely $200k/ year salary right now, according to Glassdoor. Let's not forget that they can also go on to be University Presidents, who can earn upwards and over $800k/ year, like Mr. Gordon Gee did. English degrees can have well paying careers outside of academia, like editing, HR jobs, tech writers, and just anything involving writing in general. Furthermore, English Majors score higher on the MCAT than Biology, Microbiology, Psych, and Premed majors. Going to medical school with an English degree is an actual possibility, despite popular belief. English majors also score very high on the LSAT, so then we have English majors go onto Law school. In fact, English majors outscore most other majors on most grad school entry exams. Why? Because our major requires a lot of writing analysis and reading. It builds very useful skills. We don't just sit in class reading books all day, we're asked to truly READ what we're reading and to analyze it. So please, tell me which of those careers you deem "useless"? Furthermore, no degree is "useless". Emma has spent the past four years broadening her mind through study and education. She's had to take courses outside of the English curriculum and has earned a full degree.

  6. ALLAN says – reply to this


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    ANOTHER ONE WITH AN INFLATED SENSE OF THEIR OWN IMPORTANCE