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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Oliver Maxwell Woodcock(London UK)


A rather interesting conversation was had at Westminster today with our brother 'Timber'.

This nefarious little hunchback has rather a large amount to answer for as I mentioned to him gently.

Upon getting his firm assurance that he would mention to both Bruce D Hales and to Garth A Christie the urgent need for an independant and thorough audit of both detriment and harm caused by his church the recently rebranded PBCC I wished him well and proffered my hand to shake his whereupon he said "I couldn't possibly shake your hand"!

Little wonder the Hales exclusive brethren are firmly and securely under the spotlight as we speak for all manner of reasons.

14 comments:

  1. Laurie, Please tell more ?

    Was there a confession about Anna Napthene's suicide ?

    Was there a confession about all the lies and mis information being spread by the PBCC ?

    Did he start berating the lady in the picture for wearing jeans ?

    Is it supposed to be some type of "street preaching" in progress ?, it all looks very odd and suspicious. Two blokes in dark suits, loitering on the street, interrupting Joe Public passing by on the pavement !. No one looks the slightest bit interested

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  2. Very interesting photo. The public benefit is lost on me, however. Still, I like the lovely phone box. Is this the jumped up enforcer who tormented and harassed innocent folk, even to destruction, years ago? No doubt he was yelling about sin; ironical, really, since his own sin probably surpassed that of all those who, wisely, gave him a wide berth.

    #notapublicbenefit

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  3. A Woodcock without Glow Balls is like a boiled egg without soldiers.

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  4. Don't give up the day job, Timberdick. He appears to have a very large chip on his shoulder. He's a real EB dinosaur, harking back to the days of Marsh, Furse, Woolgar, Terry Dacktill and Mega Sore Ass.

    Marc Bolan

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  5. Laurence - What does being a 'Hunchback" have to do with a man's character?
    Does being a hunchback make a man or woman unworthy of respect?

    You are not exactly an oil painting yourself, come to think of it.
    Shame on you sir.

    Dr W Spoon

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    1. To be fair, it must be difficult to have a straight back when labouring under such a burden of sin. It is rather difficult to respect someone who, by most accounts, has caused much personal harm and distress during his life.

      #notapublicbenefit

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  6. He looks like The Penguin from Batman:
    http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/The_Penguin_(Danny_DeVito)

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  7. Is The Hunchback of Notre Dame banned in Focus Schools, Dr W Spoon? I've got a hunch it is.

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    1. Lawrence - I wouldn't know because I haven't been inside a Focus school or seen their curriculum. Do you have a copy of it then?
      Moreover, if you "have got a hunch", why complain if someone else has one? Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

      Dr W Spoon

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  8. Lawrence? People call me many things, but never Lawrence until today.

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  9. Does anyone have the phone number of that tall sexy lady walking past that little runt?

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  10. I bet he had a right timberdick seeing that bird!

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  11. Bird? More like the winner of 2014 Rear of The Year Competition

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  12. I remember the reign of Timber, he was leader of London from about 1972. He probably personally oversaw the 'assembly discipline' of 80-100 people, and most likely all of them were unnecessary. There have been some catastrophic consequences to his actions (including death). He most certainly has a lot to answer for.

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