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Desc:Errol Morris examines a 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' contestant
Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:documentary, errol morris, First Person, rick rosner
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One of those videos where the audio's much longer than the reported video. I checked out once the video stopped, but I was interested in his "proton-electron ratio/age of the universe" thing just beforehand.
oh i didnt notice
http://youtu.be/-jcqvGX8OkU i think the cut would be about 5 minutes into this segmented video.
then this is the final part

Oscar Wildcat
Indeed, Paul Dirac's Large Numbers Hypothesis is some interesting speculation. Not too many people liked him doing this, but hey, are you gonna argue with Dirac?

OTOH, just spouting it without attribution doesn't make you a genius. It just makes you a sperglord who can't get over highschool.

He should stick to bouncing.

Thanks for the links.

'sperglord' seems an appropriate tag.

William Topaz McGonagall
I only skipped around in this (mostly just watched the bits about his appearance on the show) but this guy seems like the most completely insufferable douchebag ever. Plus: he's a bouncer!
Then you missed out on him sneaking into highschool and taking the senior year like 4 or 5 times, while working as a stripper/bouncer to support himself. I think he is to oddly self-aware to come across as a real douchebag, I think he might be a bit of an obsessive compulsive aspie though.

The best episode of an amazing show.
This looks great by my stars are mostly because for some reason I thought Errol Morris died years ago.
I got to see him in person when Unknown Known premiered. He... talks... like... this... Still alive, though, for now.

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