The internets are abuzz over Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling's revelation that Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore had a bad case of teh gays, and that his early love affair with golden boy turned dark wizard Grindelwald was his "great tragedy." "I don't disbelieve her—I just don't buy that Dumbledore, as written from Day One, was always conceived as a gay character," writes a nerd textualist. "Children who love the Harry Potter series character Dumbledore now may be less inclined to oppose homosexuality, or see it as an important moral issue," right wing loons fear. The sentiment around these parts is more along the lines of: "It's the time and the season for beardom."