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He’s smarter than you, he’s got a marketing degree…

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ROFLMAO – to the Church Burnin’ Ebola Boys, their mothers, their fathers, and their professors – I TOLD YOU SO!!!!

What a bunch of maroons.

8 Replies to “He’s smarter than you, he’s got a marketing degree…

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    Nathan says:

    This and the original post cracked me up though I could never decide whether it was pro or con or neutral or what.

    The Poe’s law shirt made it all worthwhile.

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    Berceuse says:

    I love it. Of course everyone at Dawkins’ website will probably unite in agreeing over how bad the original video was.

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    Does anybody know what In Vitro Veritas means in the context of this video?

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    DaveScot says:

    WW

    re; In Vitro Veritas

    In context, best understood as “the proof of the pudding is in the tasting”. In this case it’s proof that the producers aren’t IDiots, ass prods, humorless, etc.

    They get a little double entendre out of it as the exact translation is “in glass is truth” and you’re watching the video through the glass of your computer screen. Maybe a triple entendre as “in vitro”, meaning “in glass” is a scientific expression meaning “observed in laboratory experiment” from back in the days where all experiments were carried out in glass test tubes and beakers and whatnot.

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    Graceout says:

    I think it’s still delightful how many evos still claim the video perfectly expresses their sentiments, and how they totally miss the mocking of their own arrogance.

    As someone else suggested earlier (sorry, I forget who) “You’re so vain, you probably think this [video] is about you…”
    Jon Saboe

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    JvG says:

    It’s really funny reading some of the comments on YouTube and on PZ Meyers’ site. One of the comments actually suggested the producers of the video put the “Poe’s law” on Ben Stein’s t-shirt to mock Expelled and the Expelled team! They simply cannot fathom how it might apply to themselves.

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    lars says:

    It says the video is no longer available on youtube. Anyone know where else to find it? What’s it called?

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    WinglesS says:

    It is still on youtube at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....&eurl

    Sometimes embedded youtube videos don’t play. In such a case all you need to do is to follow the link to the video on the youtube site itself. Most likely it’s still there.

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