The Islamic chaplain at Yale University says there is “great wisdom” in the idea of putting to death those who leave his religion. I suspect he may need to have his brain tampered with, or at least be given a dictionary so that he can learn the meaning of “wisdom”. Here, for example, is a proper example of great wisdom from Mick Hartley:
“In these dark days it’s somehow comforting to think that someone, somewhere, has been spending their time fitting eye-patches on bees.”
It is indeed.
I invoke ‘Oxtautology’…
(Similar to ‘Mornington Crescent’ but, sadly, without the Freudian element…)
Sorry I meant “Oxytautology”…