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This just may be my favorite Youtube video. There's a lot of good videos about religion, God, atheism, evolution, science, etc. but this one is just so good. I've watched it numerous times. It debunks "Pascal's wager" as a nonsensical reason to believe in God. The wager is actually explained in the screenshot for the video. I think everyone should watch this. It's only six minutes long. If you'd like to see more videos like this, then go to QualiaSoup's channel.

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I agree, QualiaSoup is good. His brother, TheraminTrees, makes videos in the same vein, with a similar outlook and analysis, about the same things; and he has been more active lately. A complement to the video you shared...:
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Dude eats a cactus like it's nothing...



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The durian fruit... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWdJXh1wuqY

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This broke down my last subconscious defense mechanisms and made me weep. I can only hope that a new Phoenix-Me will rise from the ashes.
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Cute, but why is a flamingo indoors?
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PeacefulAnarchy on Oct 1 2015, 11:35:20 PM wrote:https://youtu.be/l3TpBxnvSCE
Awkward.
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Knaldskalle on Oct 2 2015, 12:25:03 AM wrote:
PeacefulAnarchy on Oct 1 2015, 11:35:20 PM wrote:https://youtu.be/l3TpBxnvSCE
Awkward.
You can see his discomfort throughout the whole thing, it's amazing. Also incredibly creepy. I can't believe people like that exist.
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That was great
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PeacefulAnarchy on Oct 2 2015, 12:57:22 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Oct 2 2015, 12:25:03 AM wrote:
PeacefulAnarchy on Oct 1 2015, 11:35:20 PM wrote:https://youtu.be/l3TpBxnvSCE
Awkward.
You can see his discomfort throughout the whole thing, it's amazing. Also incredibly creepy. I can't believe people like that exist.
There are lots of them in the US. Lots.

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I can't believe it only has two wheels. Very hard to balance, especially when you go slow, you can't just put your foot on the ground for a short moment.
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Some people have a death wish.

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Amazing behavior but what the hell's with the depressing environment it's being kept in?
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WTF! This is so fucking random. I'm dying. A hint I guess? I could have posted this in the film lounge

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My nephew likes four cheese pizza (Quattro Formaggio). Will there be a sequel to this video with instructions for that? :D
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Ettinauer226XL on Jan 18 2016, 03:25:44 PM wrote:This man is an inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9Q7_ ... -5Lb7nKppw
Not seen that before. Impressive though, a true artiste!
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Me when I eventually get those Goetia demonic seal tattoos



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This is monty if he was a father

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Some real life GTA
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An oldie but a goodie:

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I recently found this YT channel. Pretty interesting analyses.

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Maybe some of this forum members should visit this foundation :whistling:

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Best. Interview. Ever. The first kid bursting in would have been funny enough, but then there's the baby/toddler rolling in like a boss...but then there's MORE! The guy's wife (or is she the nanny?) slides in like Kramer to corral the kids. Awesome.

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GruesomeTwosome on Mar 10 2017, 06:30:21 PM wrote:Best. Interview. Ever. The first kid bursting in would have been funny enough, but then there's the baby/toddler rolling in like a boss...but then there's MORE! The guy's wife (or is she the nanny?) slides in like Kramer to corral the kids. Awesome.

I've seen that earlier today, it's hilarious.
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I'm annoyed by him as a father. He pushes his kid away without even looking. Sure, it's life television, but even then......just show you're a human being. Use the opportunity!!
The way he closes his eyes is saying "OMG, is this really happening to me?!". What does it matter? Make a joke of it instead of trying to remain the stiff politician you are.
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So bizarre. Nicole is cute ^_^

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joachimt on Mar 11 2017, 03:20:57 AM wrote:I'm annoyed by him as a father. He pushes his kid away without even looking. Sure, it's life television, but even then......just show you're a human being. Use the opportunity!!
The way he closes his eyes is saying "OMG, is this really happening to me?!". What does it matter? Make a joke of it instead of trying to remain the stiff politician you are.
True, the no-look push of his daughter wasn't a good move, he could have handled that better. But still, this is a funny chain of events, and if you're annoyed by how the guy acted, just rest easy knowing that those awesome kids ruined his precious little TV interview. :thumbsup:
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