brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Cary Kittrell cary at
Tue Sep 3 11:19:06 EST 2002

In article <dps0nuc4rg870v30idmlruaj8125rcl1m8 at> Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at> writes:
<"John Knight" <jwknight at> wrote:
<>So John Adams told the Muslims in Tripoli, who were known to behead
<>Christians at the time, that the US wasn't a Christian nation?  So what?
<>Are the Tripolites going to attack us because Adams exercised a little
<>diplomacy-on-the-fly--and saved his head?  No.
<Adams was not in Tripoli.  He was in the United States.
<>Did he agree to burn all the Bibles?  No.
<Why should he?  Does not being a Christian nation require Bible
<burning?  Not in the least.

O b v i o u s l y, he didn't burn any Bibles, thus proving that
he was a Christian.  Of course he didn't burn any Korans, immediately
demonstrating that he was also a Muslim.  No Torahs nor Talmuds, so it
is crystal clear that Adams was a Jew in addition to being a
Christian.  And a Muslim.  His weekend schedule was very, very busy.

Little known historical bonus fact:  John Adams steadfastly
refused to burn even a single copy of "Gulliver's Travels",
thus proving beyond any doubt that he was a Brobdingnagian
to boot.  Whoda thunk it?

-- cary

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