Videos of the Week (2010/17)

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  • Arguably the song of the week – Tim Minchin’s Pope Song (NSFW). Here in a subtitled version; see the Skepchicks (via) for full lyrics below the video.

Tim Minchin – Pope Song [subtitled]

And if you’re upset about how the pope’s treated here, you better listen to the lyrics more closely…

 

  • What? Contradictions in the bible? Is this possible?^^ See this cartoon quiz show (via Pharyngula):

Quiz Show (Bible Contradictions)

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  1. V

    Ich wundere mich, daß niemand bisher den Apollo 11 Start kommentiert hat, nun tue ich es: wow, 500 fps! So was von beeindruckend! Könnte ich mir jeden Tag anschauen!

    • c

      Nun ja, irgendwann wird auch der beste Film langweilig. :) Aber noch ist der in der Tat immer wieder faszinierend…

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