You probably thought yesterday's little expulsion drill meant that you were safe from redundancy for another week, right? Wrong! We are particularly bloodthirsty of late, and our mania will not be sated until we've escorted another batch of commenters off of Gawker property. This week, however, we've decided we're going to concentrate on a specific group of commenter to can. How did we choose? It's a kind of magic.

Made Redundant: A random selection of those who have expressed approval of Harry Potter or -worse - have actually claimed to read the books. The following people will now have plenty of spare time to read their copies of Harry Potter Dies:

Elsewhere, SparrowKing, InfoEd, ToadAway, and DeliciousNoise. Come back and see us when you've grown up a bit, 'kay?

Redundancies are just that: An HR-approved way to get rid of you while deflecting all blame and making you feel doubly victimized. It's not you—it's just that we don't need you any more. Y'all may check the Gawker Comments FAQ. It is also true that banned commenters may return through our invitation. The best way to receive such is to send us cookies (peanut butter, please, and not personalized) or charming and juicy gossip-filled emails.