News Report (on Quirkilogy): The results of a Gallup Panel survey show that 59% of people consider priests honest and only 5% consider car salesmen honest. Professor Richard Wiseman conducted an experiment where he pretended to be a representative of a furniture company, and sent letters to people thanking them for their purchase and attaching a rebate check for twenty dollars. The check was cashed in by priests and car salesmen alike, knowing full well that they didn’t deserve it. The Professor concludes that we shouldn’t trust priests any more than we do car salesmen.
My Comment: What more is there to say?