Expelled - New Creationist Movie

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Expelled - New Creationist Movie

Post by bipedalhumanoid » Tue Oct 30, 2007 6:09 pm

www.expelledthemovie.com

Check out the flash intro and the trailer.

This is a creationist response to their whooping in the Dover case. Man did those fools get whiped. DIY science Vs real science. It seems that Kent Hovind passed this philosophy onto other areas when he attempted the DIY tax law that resulted in his new accomodations at the state penatentiary.
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Post by adamd164 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 8:59 pm

On a serious note, would others here be up for kicking up a fuss over this? All proceeds go to the Discovery Institute (which is basically I.D. Central)!

Try to make public our concerns... maybe a protest when it is released or other such activities?
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Post by ctr » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:16 pm

I doubt whether any cinema will be playing that here.
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Post by bipedalhumanoid » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:18 pm

ctr wrote:I doubt whether any cinema will be playing that here.
They played Farenheit 911.
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Post by ctr » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:19 pm

Big difference between Bush bashing and Bush Baptists
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Post by bipedalhumanoid » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:23 pm

adamd164 wrote:On a serious note, would others here be up for kicking up a fuss over this? All proceeds go to the Discovery Institute (which is basically I.D. Central)!

Try to make public our concerns... maybe a protest when it is released or other such activities?
I agree and am content just to sit back and have a good laugh.

Flashbacks from Father Ted... DOWN WITH THIS SORT OF THING!
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Post by adamd164 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:39 pm

bipedalhumanoid wrote:
adamd164 wrote:On a serious note, would others here be up for kicking up a fuss over this? All proceeds go to the Discovery Institute (which is basically I.D. Central)!

Try to make public our concerns... maybe a protest when it is released or other such activities?
I agree and am content just to sit back and have a good laugh.

Flashbacks from Father Ted... DOWN WITH THIS SORT OF THING!
Heh, ok so maybe not a protest! :) But write to the media, phone the radio stations, that sort of thing. If it is shown in cinemas here, it'll be a national disgrace.
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Post by bipedalhumanoid » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:46 pm

adamd164 wrote:
bipedalhumanoid wrote:
adamd164 wrote:On a serious note, would others here be up for kicking up a fuss over this? All proceeds go to the Discovery Institute (which is basically I.D. Central)!

Try to make public our concerns... maybe a protest when it is released or other such activities?
I agree and am content just to sit back and have a good laugh.

Flashbacks from Father Ted... DOWN WITH THIS SORT OF THING!
Heh, ok so maybe not a protest! :) But write to the media, phone the radio stations, that sort of thing. If it is shown in cinemas here, it'll be a national disgrace.
I think you've missed the point. Why attract attention to it? Generally when you try to censor something it results in undue media exposure. People wants to watch all the movies they're told they're not allowed to watch. if you make a big deal out of it people will pay to see the movie to see what the big deal is all about.
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Post by ctr » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:47 pm

I repeat...I would be surprised if it ran here.
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Post by CatHerder » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:56 pm

Most Irish Catholics are comfortable with evolution and what Darwin had to say.
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