Last fall, Kevin Pack was hired to teach German classes at Northridge High School in Middlebury, Indiana. As of March, he was no longer working there.
Not too long ago, a bunch of old U.S. gold coins were dug up in a California couple’s backyard.
One of the coins — an 1874 $20 Double Eagle — fetched a reported $15,000 at auction.
All told, roughly 1,400 coins were unearthed, which are expected to pull in over $10 million when the dust settles.
Bidding for the most expensive coin, an 1866-S Double Eagle without the “In God We Trust” motto, started at $1.2 million.
According to Dale McGowan, author of the forthcoming book In Faith and In Doubt (about relationships between atheists and believers), one in six “religiously unaffiliated” people have spouses who are religious.
One in six.
Think about that.
Then read this article’s subtitle and see if you can spot the math error…