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Desc:That time of year again
Category:Educational, Religious
Tags:Evolution, liars, creationists, potholer54
Submitted:bac
Date:10/04/13
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Rodents of Unusual Size
So are all Creationists just illiterate?
Riskbreaker
Mostly homeschooled

Old_Zircon
Some fierce competition this year.
Old_Zircon
(I voted for Louis Gilglio)

Valvados
He got my vote as well. There's a good amount of crazy represented--as always--but it's really hard to top a guy who claims that a pulsar can make a conscious decision to glorify a deity by oscillating in a certain manner.

SteamPoweredKleenex
I dunno about that being a stretch for fundies, what with "and the rocks cried out" and all that. They've got a history of believing in talking objects and animals, which is frankly among the less weird things they've got on their "this is true in spite of how completely bonkers it sounds" dance cards.

The God of Biscuits
I vote for Pulsar guy too.

StanleyPain
I thought VFX wasn't making videos anymore and even if he was the fact it's been established that he is mentally ill would take him out of the running.

Syd Midnight
Giglio, he was in that zone where the crowd is dead quiet and the person on stage can say anything off the top of their heads and the gathered mob will just nod along because their brains are rapturously disengaged.

Old_Zircon
Like an ICP show.

sasazuka
In case anyone's wondering about the song, it's "Manatsu no Kajitsu" ("Fruits of Midsummer"), performed by Kazuyoshi Saito and Bonnie Pink.

http://youtu.be/Tk20ffgGN94

Seems like a super-esoteric choice of song for an English-language creationist-mocking video. I was only able to identify the song thanks to Midomi.com


Since I'm linking music anyway, Pulstar makes me think of the Vangelis tune "Pulstar" (used as theme music on many a local newscast in the 1970s and 1980s):

http://youtu.be/8UwGl0Yk_jU
bac
Well Potholer (aka Peter Hadfield) was a science correspondent in Japan, if not the majority of his career, than a fair amount of it.

sasazuka
Yeah, I don't know anything about "Portholer", but I figured there was probably some connection to Japan that isn't evident from his accent. Thanks for the info.

sasazuka
Oh, pardon, "Potholer54".

Hugo Gorilla
I could've sworn VenomFangX had committed suicide or been institutionalized or his parents were keeping him tied in the basement or something. How the hell did he get back on YouTube?
StanleyPain
He's been back for a long time now, mostly making absolutely batshit crazy insane videos that require amazing amounts of time to produce (greenscreen, heavy editing, etc.). Lately he's just been boring, though..for the past few months most of his online activity has been shilling for that Genesis 3D movie and trying to get people to donate to the crowdfunding for it. What's interesting is that he started his own donation fund for the movie (despite his history of taking donations and using them for his own purposes), so it remains to be seen if he's really giving the money to the Genesis 3D producers or if this is another scheme of his to just take in cash.

Toenails
Holy crap, calling it the 9th Commandment bothered me, because I was pretty sure that wasn't accurate. Well, it turns out there's a little variation between different religious sects.

And here I thought the fucking thing was written in stone!
SteamPoweredKleenex
That's what they claim. It's funny how many supposedly original documents (stone tablets, golden discs, etc.) go missing from religions, isn't it?

Syd Midnight
To be fair, swashbuckling archaeologists share some of the blame for that.

chairsforcheap
but i thought it was true that whales were mammals that lived on land and returned to the ocean
memedumpster
I guess it makes sense that a pulsar would worship the death god.
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