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For real though, this is one of those things we all just want to believe no matter what cause those things were freaking adorable. Be sure to hide the valuable merchandise though.

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J.K. Rowling's back at it again with the barrage of well-articulated rage Tweets, and her latest victim is the Piers Morgan. Poor Piers is having a particularly bad case of the Mondays. Might be time for someone to up and drink his lunch to numb some of the pain. Oh, and a word of friendly advice to our recent Rowling-roasted dude of the hour, Piers Morgan: don't go to the Twitter killing floor against a world-acclaimed wordsmith who has a notorious reputation for methodically, publicly, destroying Twitter aggressors that failed to fly under her radar. The odds are ever not in your favor when you're Rowling In the Deep, man. At least Morgan's son, Spencer pulled through at the end with a silencing, entirely unexpected slice of comedic relief.

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CEO of News Corp Rupert Murdoch (aka the "Lord Voldemort" of media moguls) posted a very controversial message on Friday, saying that all Muslims should be held responsible for the actions of Islamic extremists.

He also added that "political correctness makes for denial and hypocrisy."



His tweets come just a few days after the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

Needless to say, this statement did not go over well with people online, especially the 23 percent of the world's population whom he just accused of terrorism.

But over the weekend, "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling came to their defense, firing back at Murdoch with this absolutely perfect Tweet.



She also took responsibility for the Spanish Inquisition, all Christian fundamentalist violence and televangelist Jim Bakker.

Christian Voice, "a UK-based prayer and lobby group praying for national repentance and working for godly government" went after Olympic diver Tom Daley after he was knocked out of 10m platform dive in the semifinals and J.K. Rowling was there to have his back.

Along with J.K. Rowling, there were numerous other accounts who chimed in to give their two cents. This sparked an online argument on how to properly deal with a troll.

Here's what J.K. had to say:

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