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Inconclusive Evidence of the Efficacy of Prayer Watch, Part II

Modena have now won two, drawn two, and lost three since they had a monk perform an exorcism on their dressing room. They’re back on the bottom of Serie B. However, they’ve significantly improved their overall record, which before Brother Gregorio’s intervention stood at one win, four draws, and seven losses. Also, their voices have largely stopped doing that weird chortling-through-a-garbage-disposal thing, and incidence of their heads turning 360° on their necks is reported to be down a bit as well.

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Inconclusive Evidence of the Efficacy of Prayer Watch, Part II

by Brian Phillips · January 4, 2009

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