THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

In the Christian campsites of Guatemala, normally peaceable communities, there was at one time discord and unrest. Certain campsite rules were being routinely flouted – No Littering, Quiet During Psalm 46, No Psalter Fights, No Urinating With Bears, that kind of thing – and the self-policing had got out of hand with vigilante death squads administering summary justice. Until, from nowhere, came a stranger on horseback. He cut an impressive figure, even dressed in white stockings and a tutu (unusual heroic attire, even at the turn of the century). The stranger surged forth into camps all over Guatemala to bring justice to the tented communities. His steed was the colour of fresh blood and his lance was pretty new-looking too. Read more

 

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