The problem with reading a book like Jon Krakauer's Under the Banner of Heaven : Story of Violent Faith is that when it's a nice night and you're out for a walk with your wife, and a couple of tie-wearing guys on bikes ask you, "Are you familiar with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints?", you're likely to say something like, "Yes, I'm entirely too familiar with your religion. But y'all have a nice night, alright?" and walk firmly away.
I felt kind of bad about it, but Christie pointed out a number of things I could have said that would have been much ruder. Funnier, though.