This tidbit from David Mills made me laugh . . .
“Two flat silver disks” were seen above the English headquarters of Scientology, the British tabloid The Sun reported and for some reason found itself threatened by the . . . trying to think of a tactful euphemism for “crank cult founded by a nasty human being”. . . and failing . . . found itself threatened by Scientology’s lawyers. The newspaper gave in: “We apologize to any alien life-forms for linking them to Scientologists.”
This is why I want to work for a tabloid when I grow up.
And it’s one of the reasons I like First Things.