From some blog: "H.L. Mencken’s words come to mind: 'We must respect the other fellow’s religion but only in the sense and to the extent that we respect his theory that his wife is beautiful and his children smart.'
And a comment from Calculated Risk: "There would be no Quakers unless there were short tempered Baptists to protect them."
And I dunno where i got this one: "We assigned one of our most experienced investigators that I have the upmost faith in." Another one of those close-but-no-cigar shots at a word. 'Upmost' makes more sense to most people … What's ut, Doc?
And this little gift from a story on 1A of the Sunday Vicad: 'Though, she deflects the awes.' A sentence that makes me go 'Huh?'