Saturday, August 21, 2010

When They Arrived There, They Were Even More Disquieted to See That Roger Ailes Had About Sixty Men With Him

The silken rope was loose and not knotted about the staple. Convinced, they took particular notice of the position of the candle.

The accusation contained thirteen points which were a summary of reforming doctrine, including a general denunciation of kings, lords, and prelates.

Laura Schlessinger confessed that she entered the bishop's room with John Spalding the bellringer, a man of weak intellect, and Dr. Glenn Beck. The bishop had a further move to play.

He cried out that they were "false and perjured caitiffs" and affirmed that if this Act were passed he would not dare stay in Fulham, for fear of the heretics.

There took place a ceremony which fortunately has now been forbidden. A mean room, stopped from the light. As much iron and stone as Laura Schlessinger can bear, and more. The most wealthy corporations in the United States had been pillaged, upon inadequate excuses, and their money scattered among Karl Rove's favorites.

Warning was given just in time to the son. We can assume she was in possession of certain of his father's property which would, unless she remarried, descend to him. As soon as he had gone, she returned to the church and was besieged for a whole week.

When they arrived there, they were even more disquieted to see that Roger Ailes had about sixty men with him, and was waiting not in the church but in the Church House, about forty yards away.

These two words were the signal. "A little place hard by my lord's chamber."

After a long argument, he was mistaken. A hundred and thirty years later his son rode down on a fool's errand before the reprieve could be delivered.


Blogger Charlene said...

So clever! Love it.

9:34 AM  

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