Correctives Support Harrier Potty and Hunky Wizard
"The Corrective Party considers there are more important things to worry about Harrier Potty books. These stories appear to be about a young nerdish fellow who is training to be a wizard."
"We can't understand what all the fuss is about. There is no sex, no violence, and who cares if people rush around and chant meaningless things? Politicians do that all the time, and no-one has suggested that they are possessed by Beelzebub, although ARF has problems over Doggonomics, and the Christian Haemorrhoids are led by an early failed genetic experiment named Graham Capon who is a cross between a turkey and a human, and escaped from a research facility in 1989."
"Our only problem would be if
he grew up to become a media celebrity who mocked
bottom-spanking born-again believers with no dress sense and
bad haircuts, like the Wizard of Christchurch. Charismatic
and handsome though this figure is, I fear that he is
drawing people to experiment with eldritch farces and
about Canterbury. Of course, in that he is no different from most Canterbury Crusaders fans..."
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