In considering the claim that "the father of modern philosophy was poisoned with an arsenic-laced communion wafer by a Catholic priest because his metaphysical position is inconsistent with the Transubstantiation doctrine," Bill Vallicella asks, "Isn't a Catholic priest's commission of murder by desecration of the host far worse than a philosopher's holding of heretical views?"
But, there's no substance to that. It was an accident.
A-HAHAHAHA! Get it?
No? Well, that's what Wikipedia is for, brain stem—first line. Really, it's quite funny. I know, you think I'm a nerd. Well, all I can say is, if crafting delightful witticisms reliant on Aristotelian distinctions in Catholic theology makes me a nerd, then nerd me up, baby, because it ain't gonna stop.