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3:21pm on Sunday, 15th May, 2011:



The Observer has a supplement featuring articles from recent issues of The New York Times. I quite like it, because it covers a lot of stories we don't get in the UK (although to be honest, for some such stories there's a good reason we don't get them...).

Anyway, the opening to this story caught my eye today:

What does that mean, "common Bible story"? It's a story you find in The Bible quite a lot? "Aw man, not the loaves and fishes story again! How many times is that in here?!"

If they mean "well-known" or "often-told", why not say so? There's room.

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