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View Poll Results: Should there (a) be Women Bishops? b) Should there be four bishops or and the archbishop or five bis
Women bishops and four bishops 4 30.77%
Women bishops and five bishops 9 69.23%
No women bishops and four bishops 0 0%
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Swiner jedi *stops impersonating Clueso* Very droll.
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Bishops? Of Fiverdom?

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What ON EARTH are you talking about?



I meant to say "what for heaven`s sake?", but I believe the number of religious references is already way over the top, for a Science Fiction Parody website.
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fair enough....
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You have a point, Nic. If nothing else, this thread should definitely be in Misc.

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...but the Second Coming hasn't happened yet!
...nah, too far past the PG-13 line.
That just about qualifies as a forum ickiness sharpie.

But not quite. :mrgreen:
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At risk of sounding an idiot, I DIDNT UNDERSTAND SA'AR's comment or the later ones!
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At risk of sounding an idiot, I DIDNT UNDERSTAND SA'AR's comment or the later ones!
*snort* I think I did... :lol:
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Set your mind on "dirty".
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Set your mind on "dirty".
I would but my dial-a-brain is already stuck there.
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Heh heh heh...
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oh dear. I kinda suspected that was the joke. But nonetheless oh dear. That was truly dreadful. btw, has any1 played ST: the 25th Anniversary game? If so, how do you defeat the last level?
Oh, and I think we need an archbishop of Bork, to violently disagree with Fiverbury. Five marks for anyone who understands the references....
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That was truly dreadful. btw,
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Say, Sa'ar, fancy being Archbishop of Bork?
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Ønly if Hji cån tålk ljike this ånd preside øver der ørgies.

Børk børk børk!
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You just have to pass the last test now.
Two questions:
1) Where do the archbishoprics of bork and fiverbury refer to in the Anglican Union?
2) how do you do the nordic accents like that?
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1) Where do the archbishoprics of bork and fiverbury refer to in the Anglican Union?
York and Canterbury.

2) how do you do the nordic accents like that?[/quote]

Archbishopric secret, passed down from the times of the Danelaw.
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okay then: you must answer the GRAND HISTORICAL TEST PAPER, which comes in V parts (not III, like Gaul :wink: ), and is on the history of Britain as Top Nation.
TEST PAPER PART I
Up to the end of 1066
1. Which do you consider the more alike, Caesar or Pompey, or vice versa ? (Be brief.)
2. Discuss in latin or gothic (but not both) whether the Northumbrian Bishops were more schismatical than the Cumbrian Abbots. (Be bright.)
3. Which came first, A.D. or B.C. ? (Be careful.)
4. has it never occured to you that the Romans counted backwards ? (Be honest.)
5. How angry would you be if it was suggested
(1) That the XIth Chap. of the Consolations of Boethius was an interpolated palimpsest?
(2) That an eisteddfod was an agricultural implement?
6. How would you have attempted to deal with
(a) the Venomous Bead ?
(b) A Mabinogion or Wapentake ? (Be quick.)
7. What would have happened if (a) Boadicea had been the daughter of Edward the Confessor ? (b) Canute had succeeded in sitting on the waves?
Does it matter?
8. Have you the faintest recollection of
(1) Ethelbreth ?
(2) Athelthral ?
(3) Thruthelthrolth ?
9. What have you the faintest recollection of ?
10. Estimate the average age of
(1) The Ancient Britons.
(2) Ealdormen.
(3) Old King Cole.
11. Why do you know nothing at all about
(a) The Laws of Infangthief and Egg-seisin ?
(b) Saint Pancras ?
12. Would you say that Ethelread the Unready was directly responsible for the French Revolution ? If so, what would you say?

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A classic. But this....

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....strikes me as deeply ironic.
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ahh, the wonders of editing....considering that was a rush typing, the lack of mistakes is surprising.....
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