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Correctives: Nun Violence Runs Amok!!!

It is with great [relief] sadness that the Corrective Party (New Zealand Needs Discipline!!!) wishes to announce the unexpected demise of Sister Pontificata of the Stupendous Genuflections.

Sister Pontificata was defrocked after her [outburst] media release yesterday about the need to support Lady Thatchula as one of the vulnerable undead. Unfortunately, Lady Thatchula is also suspected to be one of the leading causes of mad cow disease, primarily due to highly suggestive bovines who regard her as a model.

The Sister did not take this lying down and burst into the Cloistery of Saint Torquemada the Painful in Southland, the leading SM nunnery in New Zealand. She then proceeded to try to shoot down those who opposed her violent habits. She was restrained in one of the medievil [racks] relics of our order and Sister Malaria of the Pustulant Order will take over as Emergency Remedial Official Spokesnun until a new one [blackmails her way to power] is elected from the Provocation of SM Nuns.

Contact: Sister Malaria Pustulant
Mistress of SM Nuns
EROS of Corrective Party
(06) 3583609

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