Chef Johnny Iuzzini, yes, i know..he's not a cake..but he is really yummy :9
by Astrid Kirchherr
"More popular than Jesus" was a controversial remark made by musician John Lennon of the Beatles in 1966. Lennon said that Christianity was in decline and that the Beatles had become more popular than Jesus Christ. When the quote appeared in the American teen magazine Datebook, angry reactions flared up from Christian communities in August 1966. Lennon had originally made the remark in March 1966 during interviews with Maureen Cleave on the lifestyles of the four individual Beatles.
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The Beatles: George, Paul, Ringo & John
Stuart Sutcliffe photographed by Astrid Kirchherr, in the woods near the river Elbe, 1960.