"When Jesus asked for a coin and asked whose face was on it, it would have been the face of Tiberius that was seen (unless it was an old coin)."
I love that parenthetical, and the assumption that you know the story of Jesus asking for a coin, even without the "render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's..." that is the famous part of that parable.
"P.J. O'Rourke is a conservative libertarian American humorist. As well working as a staff reporter for Rolling Stone magazine and editing the National Lampoon, O'Rourke has published many of his own books including Republican Party Reptile, All the Trouble in the World, Peace Kills and Eat the Rich."
Pitiful article, but I love the idea that O'Rouke has self-published all of these books, as if P.J. O'Rourke was also cranking the press out ala Thomas Paine.
"Fat is a lay term used to describe a variety of organic compounds that help to make up the composition of organisms. In sciences, fats are usually referred to as lipids. People who are excessively fat suffer from obesity."
No mention of the rise in obesity in their fellow churchgoers.
8. House of Stuart:
Hey! That's my ancestors! Still, the page needs links. They list members of the House of Stuart, with dates (though, oddly enough, Oliver Cromwell is listed as a member of the House of Stuart, with no mention of his having had a member of the House of Stuart executed. And no links to anyone else, to find this out for yourself.
"A personal attack is an insult directed at a specific person. The term personal attack is usually used to describe an irrelevant personal attack, i.e. an attack directed at one person but used against a group to which they belong."