|cognitivedissonance - 2010-04-09 |
Jesus, it's George Liquor.
|Disaster - 2010-04-09 |
He doesn't want his kid to learn real biology. He wants him to learn THE TRUTH!
|Cleaner82 - 2010-04-09 |
5 sight unseen for a preview image conveying a thick field of total, all-encompassing dumbness.
|MongoMcMichael - 2010-04-09 |
I wonder what other things about the book were inaccurate.
|socialist_hentai - 2010-04-09 |
Those hosts are something else man... I mean that stare from :25, Jesus H Christ!
I love how they have to one-up each other by interrupting him, and at the end the beady-eyed guy has to have the last word. Fox News still has a corporate policy against women having the last word in segments.
what exactly was that last word he gave anyway? "Un-tap you?" whuzzzat?
|Spike Jonez - 2010-04-09 |
"Jewdeo-Christian" sounds like a rodeo with Jew-ropin' competitions.
|millerman13 - 2010-04-09 |
Is that thing on the couch a woman or an alien? Too much evil contained in this video...5.
|Bort - 2010-04-09 |
I could understand this guy wanting the publisher to change the wording from "Biblical myth" to a less loaded phrase like "religious belief", but when he wants to ban a book for hurting his feelings, any support or sympathy I might have otherwise extended is withdrawn.
Totally agreed. They could have said "Creationism is a religious teaching and not a scientific teaching," which would have still hurt this guy's feelings, but since courts have already ruled that creationism isn't science, the guy would have even fewer legs to stand on.
|Koda Maja - 2010-04-09 |
Great interviewing skills at work here. Way to talk over your guest and repeatedly interrupt him mid-sentence.
|uekibachi - 2010-04-09 |
"I'm not smart enough...."
|al k duh - 2010-04-09 |
jesus fucking christ. i wish it was still socially acceptable to feed these people to lions.
|Camonk - 2010-04-09 |
He's the ideal of a preacher from the 1950s.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-04-09 |
It's Knox County, not Knox City. The city that this is taking place in is called Knoxville. It's been around since 1791, had the World's Fair in 1982 with the Sunsphere and everything. And no, there aren't wigs in there. It's not exactly a small town either as there are 700,000+ people in the surrounding area.
I live in Knoxville and frankly the Knox County School Board is tired of dealing with this guy. They probably aren't even going to do anything about it and have tabled the thing because they have more pressing things to deal with (and I agree with them).
With budget concerns, school closings, etc., the last thing the school board this year or this month wants to deal with is a holier-than-thou 'sundee schewl' teacher who doesn't know anything.
The Sunsphere has a wine bar in it now.
A wine bar you can buy Hot Pockets in!
|KnowFuture - 2010-04-09 |
That is a truly magnificent flat top.
|Ghoul - 2010-04-09 |
Fox News is fighting for World Net Daily's marketshare.
|memedumpster - 2010-04-09 |
I also take issue to this. To call creation myth "Biblical" is a very narrow view of creation mythology, which predates and evolves alongside the Biblical version.
|Son of Slam - 2010-04-09 |
I agree with this guy, Creationism shouldn't be mentioned in biology textbooks.
|StanleyPain - 2010-04-09 |
I'm sorry, did we say biblical myth? We meant stone-age, delusional, primitive bullshit that all intelligent and civilized people have moved past.
|charmlessman - 2010-04-09 |
Yee-haw, sir, yee-haw.
|Syd Midnight - 2010-04-09 |
National Geographic once did this 3-D computer reconstruction of what a neanderthal would look like and it looked like this guy but with a bigger underbite and a better haircut.
|Boydemonkey - 2010-04-09 |
All I could think of was that it was Nathan Explosion's dad up there.
|nemeses9 - 2010-04-09 |
I like how the Fox News pundits are all on this guy's side and taking him uber-seriously.
|glendower - 2010-04-09 |
How come the lady is wearing a 1950s hairdo?
|Adham Nu'man - 2010-04-10 |
2:53 "Let's read the passage out loud lest any of the dumb, subhuman, illiterate beasts that watch our show missed it when we had it on screen without narration just a few moments ago"
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-04-10 |
A four-minute long, continuous "DUH!"
|Pillager - 2010-08-16 |
No dude, Reality has a bias against Christianity.
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