|pressed peanut sweepings - 2009-06-16 |
This man in retarded in his evolution.
|Camonk - 2009-06-16 |
Oh shiiiiit. The idea of a Sunday dinner making itself completely BLEW MY MIND! You already put evolutionists in checkmate, sir. Don't even need the rest of the video to know that my whole life is a lie and evolution is a shambles.
|Comeuppance - 2009-06-16 |
This is TFL Bill-level idiocy. Oh my.
|Toenails - 2009-06-16 |
"Would you stop believing in evil-lution if National Geographic and Sir David Attenborough told you to?"
Uh, no I guess I would wait until scientists come up with a better explanation of the observations they make in nature.
Good try, though.
|Crackula - 2009-06-16 |
Wow, I thought the public education in the United States sucked.
|StanleyPain - 2009-06-16 |
PROTIP for all dumb ass creationists and others who fit into that category:
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC IS NOT A FUCKING SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL.
|Squidmojo - 2009-06-16 |
Why is basic science so hard for people to understand?
|ashtar. - 2009-06-16 |
Q: Are we not men?
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-06-16 |
"Oi di'in't say it."
No, you di'in't. You also di'n't unnerstan' it, ya brainless pillock.
|phalsebob - 2009-06-16 |
That is some grade C quote mining right there. Attenborough says 'seems' and you can almost hear the 'b-' as he pauses the video.
Almost forgot... check out his other videos for information on UFOs, Masons, and other words of wisdom.
|Walt Henderson - 2009-06-16 |
This man is clear evidence for the existence of devolution.
|Nithing - 2009-06-16 |
Keith Allen done got brain damage.
|IrishWhiskey - 2009-06-16 |
He uses the same definition for evolution Karl Pilkington does.
|Robin Kestrel - 2009-06-16 |
I am canceling my subscription to National Geographic immediately.
This reminds me of my battle with the supermarket because the ice tea was clearly liquid and not ice, which is, in fact, a solid.
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