Willie T. Stokes is a convicted con man who’s led a miserable life. He drinks heavily and constantly embarrasses himself publicly. He only works once a year dressed as Santa. But then come Christmas Eve, he and his pint-sized helper dwarf Marcus stage elaborate robberies and take their department stores for everything they got. This time around, Willie gets distracted by large women, a bartender who is attracted to Santas, and a kid who’s convinced he’s the real deal. However, Marcus must once again put up with Willie’s heavy drinking and a series of incidents that constantly shoot themselves in the foot. Will Willie and Marcus make it to next Christmas? Or will this be the year the dynamic duo finally face justice?
“Just be sure that no matter where these little social get togethers are being held, they are near some major shopping mall. For it is that the ACoGs have gone secular and they learned long ago to shop during the Feast of Tabernacles.”
One of our more endearing articles about the changes taking place within Armstrongism. From December, 2015 one of more revealing articles show you the reader just where Armstrongism is heading…
Originally published on the Painful Truth, December 24, 2014
“As I became older, I decided that Mr. Dickens had given Ebenezer Scrooge an undeserved reputation for villainy, placing him in such company as Uriah Heep, Iago, Dr. Moriarty, or Snidely Whiplash, to name but a few.”
That day of the year is fast approaching. You know, the holiday that’s adored by some, but abhorred by others. Christmas. December 25th.