THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

sanfran15013 March ~ San Francisco of Panama incorporate a whole morality tale into their badge. Once upon a time there lived a monk who was a very pious man and happened to be the best writer and illustrator of illuminated manuscripts in his monastic cell. At the end of each year, all the monks' work was audited and every year his work was awarded the highest honour, "Satisfactory" (there was no room for hyperbolic blandishment in a monastery). After several years of this type of recognition, our man was visited by the Sin of Pride and started to believe the traditional way of illustrating saintly martyrdoms and religious scenes was too staid for an expressive artist like himself. Read more

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