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Date: 2008/04/08 19:15:28, Link
Author: caerbannog
Just a few words of encouragement for Kevin Miller and Co.

Hang in there -- the calvary is riding to the rescue!

http://news.google.com/news....5PzRYqg

http://news.google.com/news....EOzXtew

Who cares about Elsberry and his minions when you have a drug-addled science expert like Rush Limbaugh on your side??

Date: 2008/04/08 23:33:12, Link
Author: caerbannog
The Expelled producers are now running ads on AM radio -- I just heard one this afternoon.

The ad touted Expelled as "the movie that Big Science doesn't want you to see".  

(If I were hired to promote "Expelled", I'd suggest that a free tinfoil hat be given away with every paid admission.)

Date: 2008/04/10 15:17:32, Link
Author: caerbannog
And the wingnuts' take on PZ Myers' expulsion from that Minnesota "Expelled" screening just keeps getting better and better.

From today's Wingnutdaily (http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=61134):


On March 20, two Darwinian defenders, who accepted payment to talk like buffoons on the film, tried to bust into a private screening in Minnesota.

"PZ" Myers, a University of Minnesota biology professor and proprietor of the popular atheist blog Pharyngula, was quickly expelled, much as he condones expelling professors who deviate from the monkey line...

Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist at Oxford who wrote the book "The God Delusion," gained entry only by foregoing his evolved surname for the formal, Clinton.

Myers then disrupted an "Expelled" conference call with reporters the next day.

These uncivilized spectacles caused a liberal mass meltdown. According to an "Expelled" press release, the "Expelled" controversy held the No. 1 slot in the blogosphere all day March 24, as registered by Nielson's BlogPulse, and garnered over 800 Technorati results.

.............

"This is not a scientific battle; this is a worldview battle," "Expelled" producer Mark Mathis told me. Mathis has encountered unbridled hostility from the scientific establishment, i.e., avowed Darwinists, at previews.

...............
"What's driving it is Darwinism is a foundational principle – scientific validation of secularism, atheism, liberalism – and that it strikes at the core of who they are," said Mathis.

"Secondarily, these scientists are the high priests of the biggest question ever asked. They have all the authority, knowledge, power, funding," continued Mathis. "This is ground they own exclusively. They look down their elitist noses at the unwashed ignorant religious masses and scoff. That's why they respond with such extreme hostility. They are very concerned that if this monolith cracks, then the whole thing could crash."


(I knew that PZ Myers' heart was hardened by his hatred of America and all that it stands for, but I didn't realize just how much of an uncivilized troglodyte he is.)  ;)

Date: 2008/04/11 11:39:13, Link
Author: caerbannog
Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ April 10 2008,00:16)

 
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So they'll probably go ahead with the movie and then attempt to tough it out in court.


That will be fun. More subpoenas, discovery, deposition, and cross-examination. I don't think they'll think it is much fun on the other side, though.


It looks like they might indeed run with the plagiarized video....
(From the "Expelled" blog: http://expelledthemovie.com/blog/)

Editor’s Note: Questions have been raised about the origination of some of the animation used in our movie EXPELLED: No Intelligence Allowed.  Claims that we have used any animation in an unauthorized manner are simply false.  Premise Media created the animation that illustrates cellular activity used in our film.

Here's hoping that the Expelled producers end up getting a Dover-style courtroom spanking.

Date: 2008/04/11 13:20:17, Link
Author: caerbannog
I thought that the fervent Christians in the Philippines who allow themselves to be whipped and nailed to crosses every Good Friday were willing to torture themselves...


Now comes this:

(from http://www.earthtimes.org/article.....shtml)


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DENVER, April 11  /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- American RTL members are holding a movie marathon viewing all fifteen showings on opening weekend of Ben Stein's new movie, Expelled - No Intelligence Allowed (http://www.expelledthemovie.com/), Friday through Sunday, April 18-20.

.....................

AmericanRTL.org says, "American Right To Life's movie marathon, Expelled? Go to the movies! will be from Friday April 18 at 11:30 a.m. through the last showing Sunday evening!"



Getting nailed to a cross... or sitting through 15 showings of "Expelled"... I'd have to think about that one.

Date: 2008/04/16 01:39:37, Link
Author: caerbannog
Hilarious tin-foil hattery at http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/58628

For example, David Klinghoffer, writing for Townhall Magazine on February 26, 2008, reveals the following true story:

A biologist I know recently bleached his hair and changed his appearance in other ways so as to be almost unrecognizable. I'm being deliberately vague about his looks and identity because he was going undercover. When I last saw him, he was ready for a stint of researching and lab work on intelligent design at a university that he declined to name. On returning to the lab after winter break, he said he would adopt a different disguise?.

The purpose is to avoid being spotted by scientists hostile to intelligent design (ID). If Darwinists realized that this stealthy biologist was working in their midst, as the guest of a professor at the same university, they could make that host professor pay a heavy career price.


What's next? Groucho glasses?  Har Har Har!

Date: 2008/04/17 09:17:53, Link
Author: caerbannog
Quote (improvius @ April 17 2008,08:57)
Reviews are starting to roll in now.  Current Tomatometer rating: 11% and falling.

To put things into better perspective, the official Tomatometer rating for Howard the Duck (one of the all-time stinkaroos) is 19.

Ishtar, another famous Hollywood turkey, also clocks in at 19 on the Tomatometer.

Date: 2008/04/17 22:52:13, Link
Author: caerbannog
Quote (Glen Davidson @ April 17 2008,21:58)
Quote (Richardthughes @ April 17 2008,21:41)
Woowee!

"Red Carpet" Premier Gala Thingy:

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Glen D

Heh heh...  I just had a look at the Expelled "gala premiere" pix over at evolutionnews.org.

Hell, we had a bigger crowd at my Aunt Barbara's for Passover last year!

Date: 2008/04/18 09:19:18, Link
Author: caerbannog
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Reviews are starting to roll in now.  Current Tomatometer rating: 11% and falling.

Down to 9%.

8%

If you look at the "top critics" section over at rottentomatoes.com, you'll see that Expelled is "running the table" at a perfect 00%.   Expelled is even smoking Battlefield Earth (4%) in the "top critics" department.

Here's hoping that the collateral damage from Expelled ends a few careers.

Date: 2008/04/18 14:33:05, Link
Author: caerbannog
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Reviews are starting to roll in now.  Current Tomatometer rating: 11% and falling.

Down to 9%.

8%

7%

Missed it by >< that much

6%

(Still "running the table" with the "top critics", at 0%)

Date: 2008/04/18 15:10:24, Link
Author: caerbannog
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Reviews are starting to roll in now.  Current Tomatometer rating: 11% and falling.

Down to 9%.

8%

7%

Missed it by >< that much

6%

(Still "running the table" with the "top critics", at 0%)

5%

Next stop: Battlefield Earth at 3%

Date: 2008/04/29 11:39:48, Link
Author: caerbannog
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Stein criticized educational systems, but put the blame largely on students for not having the kind of "mental discipline" necessary to perform well on testing.

He also joked about the lack of educational standards, "What do you get after driving around the UCLA campus in a red BMW for four years?" Stein said, "a degree."


When I was at UCLA, my primary vehicle was a Continental.  A *Schwinn* Continental.  And I'll bet I studied a lot harder during my time at UCLA than Stein did when he was in college.

 

 

 

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