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Adventures with Bishop Yellow Belly

Adventures with Bishop Yellow Belly

Bishop Yellow Belly runs into Miss Young Person. Testiness ensues.


The bishop’s conversation with Mr. Respectable Person is more respectful, but no more encouraging for the bishop.

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Ann Fontaine

DnWillets - you can find it on Facebook and share it by going to the No Anglican Covenant FB page

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DnWillets

Why is it I cannot share this link on my Facebook page? It's too precious just to be seen only by a few!

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This "common lay person" feels like he's watching a skit about a bishop from the Roman Church instead of the Anglican Communion. Pray, pay and obey...

[signed: Cullin R. Schooley (added by ed.) -- Cullin, our policy is commenters sign their names to their comments, ed.]

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Bill Moorhead

"To the loo with you." She's got that right.

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