The Big Picture: Science!

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Lolol. Well, most of the reason about dogs being ridiculously tiny and bears not, besides the fact that, as of yet, it's been rather difficult to attempt to domesticate bears (however we have had some success with foxes... http://www.sibfox.com/ ), dogs are also a genetic anomaly in the amount of variation they have thus far achieved. No other animal (that we know of) has been able to genetically change so rapidly and drastically, and yet still remain the SAME species. Sure, we might get hamster-sized bears eventually, but as work has not yet commenced on this project, it is highly unlikely that you or I will ever see said creatures, because they are, in fact, not the biological silly putty that dogs are.

MrDeckard:
Aaaaaand this is why I kind of HATE nerds....

Rather than just enjoying the episode, we feel the need to pick apart every single thing he said.

So, you hate nerds because they do in writing what bob does in every last one of his episodes? pick things apart, he does it in the big picture, does it in escape to the movies, the game overthinker pretty much speaks for itself.

BUT you clearly dont see this so im just going to look at you, cross my eyes and let out a nice loud "HUUUUUUURRRR"

On the final point, the "creation" of miniature bears and such is essentially possible, but dogs got that way through thousands of years of artificial selective breeding. So it might take a while.

Gluzzbung:

wolf thing:

Gluzzbung:

So you think people would be able to construct a steller space station, on an alien planet, and keep it air tight so no bacteria could get in? That's unreasonable and what do you clean the space suit with? Even if it is possible, which I highly doubt to the degree of certainty, it would be completely uneconomical because of the amount you would need to take and how frequently you would need to take it.

you do know there a space station above us right now, where people live for years at a time, in space, where there is not atmosphere at all. i think you need to stop and do a bit of thinking.

And when was the last time the ISS clocked a profit? And where is the nearest inhabitable planet? Yeah, that's what I thought. Uneconomical. Also, people only live in the ISS for about 6 months at a time, because of a multitude of factors, namely muscle deteriorating, developing irregular bodily functions such as not being able to digest food properly and stress, along with a whole host of others.

wait so your first argument was that there was danger space sicknesses coming to get us but now its the lack of profit, if your going to be an idiot at least be consistent.

Nicolaus99:
No, Bob. That was not fun and you should not do it again.

1: MovieBob forgot to include the movie.
2: Back to including your liberal politics, on a website called "The Escapist". Irony fail.
3: I hope this episode was some kind of secret satire because otherwise it is a staggering display of ignorance and thoughtless mouth noise.

Google "Frankenfood". Good luck marketing THAT to people or convincing a grocery store to stock it. You think "Corn Sugar" creates a backlash? Wait till you wheel out the vat meat. Never mind the cost per pound to produce vat meat vs the same for real meat.

Here's an idea. Take your politics, put it on your jetpack, fly it to the moon with promises of gold, and leave it there.

I'm pretty sure he did an episode of the Big Picture where he talked about "Frankenfood" extensively, but I could be wrong.

Other than that though, Moviebob's movie show is on Fridays....It's called Escape to the Movies. This is his "whatever the fuck I want to talk about and if you don't like it gtfo" show.

And yes, this was satire, and it wasn't exactly secret.

A long time ago I's be with on the whole jet pack think but now what I really want is a Portal gun.

Yes, you should do this again sometime....like next episode....or now.......just saying.

OT: Just read the post above mine. Yeah im with that guy, portal guns will be the new jetpacks.

All points taken, all points received; Personally I can wait for star travel so long as by the time I'm 60-70 (40 years or so from now) one can be made to live forever on a considerably low budget. At which point we'd probably need all that test tube meat (Miracle Meat) and space travel just to continue breeding.

That or under sea cities, which are almost as cool as space colonies.

Problem is there's this group of people who think only of the here and now and are rather jerky at the prospect of the future. Many of them seem to actually want to live in the past more so then dream of a future.

And to them I say; we never beat anyone by not going to the moon.

I get that you're being at least a little facetious (and probably don't read comments here), but it'd bother me if I didn't try to address some basic issues:

1) You don't--and, I'd imagine, no one ever will--have a (true, Rocketeer-worthy) jet pack because it's a fundamentally flawed idea. You'd have to find/invent a means of propulsion that doesn't produce flames/heat (unless you have no interest in retaining your legs) and requires very little (or very lightweight) fuel, offers full control over acceleration (and won't accelerate fast enough to cause the pilot to lose consciousness), and has a safe and simple means of stopping/landing. I know nothing of engineering, but that all sounds like a nightmare, at best.

2) You do realize that cultured meat couldn't--without a ton of work, if EVER--yield a product anything similar to a steak, right? Sure, it could make dandy ground meat products, but nothing luxurious. Nor does meat (cultured or classical) really make sense when it comes to feeding the masses--meat's _profoundly_ wasteful (requiring a ton of potable water, huge amounts of land for the animals themselves, and huge amounts of land, water, fertilizer, etc. to produce _food_ to feed our future meat-food) and yields very little in return (delicious though it might be). My point is just that starving folks (and all of us, really) will be better served (as they'll have MUCH more, and more worthwhile, food) and have a better future ahead of us (as we could all be well-fed and generally healthier) if we embrace more foods than just meat; it takes time and effort (and bravery) to learn about and try new foods or even just to move away from the standard American diet (in which meat is the star of the meal and often the only one standing on the stage). Heck, if you've got some rolled oats, an oven, and 10-ish minutes, I can tell you how to make something that'll taste better and meatier than anything a fast food place claims is "meat."

4) I'm sure that hamsters the size of bears are not possible (at least not in the way that you or I would ever want them to be), but I will admit that those would be AMAZING.

BgRdMchne:

I don't need to be psychic to know these things. Just like I know that Jesus will never come back, there will never be peace on Earth, and that coal will never spontaneously turn into gold.

Your life will be a lot better if you take off the rose colored glasses and accept that this world is shit and that science is no longer about innovation and advancement, merely profit and finding better ways to put dumb YouTube videos on a telephone.

What do you mean "science is no longer about innovation and advancement" we built a giant circle of metal tubes just to see what would happen if we threw particles together at high speeds.

Can you really blame scientists and investors for wanting to work on the theory a bit more so it is actually more useful/cost effective than the thing it replaces?

They already found massive amounts of Methane on Titan.
Enough to power the earth for centuries.

Sadly, no mining ships are currently planed.
And we might end up building a Marker once we setup the colony/

Don't forget, we also have to create artificial gravity, protect people from the effects of microgravity, and realize that 'Captain' is higher than 'Commander' before space will ever be possible.

James Mann:

MrDeckard:
Aaaaaand this is why I kind of HATE nerds....

Rather than just enjoying the episode, we feel the need to pick apart every single thing he said.

So, you hate nerds because they do in writing what bob does in every last one of his episodes? pick things apart, he does it in the big picture, does it in escape to the movies, the game overthinker pretty much speaks for itself.

BUT you clearly dont see this so im just going to look at you, cross my eyes and let out a nice loud "HUUUUUUURRRR"

A couple of things to think about:

1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

Also, your last sentence did not make much sense, so I will assume you were attempting to insult me.

Science, make Puppy-sized Elephants, and make them no please. The evolutionairy advantage of cuteness is too large to go to waste!

unlimitedwin:
This whole thing is a big part of the reason many people are so utterly disgusted with whaling and dolphin hunting. When you think about it, it's on the same level as walking down the street with your family and having them harpooned in the back in front of your eyes. The whales understand whats happening... Scary.

That is horrifying...

okay, I like you well enough Bob but that was the dumbest 4:30 minutes an intelligent person can put together.
These are the kind of questions I can answer off the top of my head, you're smarter than this.
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Hey, where's my semi-sentient robot android who I can interact with on a daily basis? Come on, I Robot, Bicentenial Man, Lost in Space? Does no one else want a somewhat humane robot who may or may not want to kill us?

I suspect people have already mentioned, but PETA actually offered a million dollars to the first company who can make in vitro meat as tasty and satisfying to eat as animal meat. Best thing they've ever done, imo.

If in ten years time I am not flying around space having a full conversation with my cats (that speak English) whilst I am eating a steak made from science then I will be majorly fucking disappointed.

M-JN:
I suspect people have already mentioned, but PETA actually offered a million dollars to the first company who can make in vitro meat as tasty and satisfying to eat as animal meat. Best thing they've ever done, imo.

Just a million? No wonder nobody gives a crap.

Bah! Who wants miniature bears? Why not mini-hippos? I WANT MY HOUSE HIPPOS, DAMMIT!

MrDeckard:

James Mann:

MrDeckard:
Aaaaaand this is why I kind of HATE nerds....

Rather than just enjoying the episode, we feel the need to pick apart every single thing he said.

So, you hate nerds because they do in writing what bob does in every last one of his episodes? pick things apart, he does it in the big picture, does it in escape to the movies, the game overthinker pretty much speaks for itself.

BUT you clearly dont see this so im just going to look at you, cross my eyes and let out a nice loud "HUUUUUUURRRR"

A couple of things to think about:

1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

Also, your last sentence did not make much sense, so I will assume you were attempting to insult me.

Yes, this is my exact sentiment.

If I felt it was important enough to do, and not just impulse as a result mild annoyance, I would quote each and every armchair scientist, cynic and dryshite that posted thus far and ask them if they are been deliberately dense or do they really think it's necessary to debate every minute detail on a not-to-be-taken-seriously video.

I'd hate to see how the Cracked forums would be if everyone took shit half as seriously as this lot.

MrDeckard:

James Mann:

MrDeckard:
Aaaaaand this is why I kind of HATE nerds....

Rather than just enjoying the episode, we feel the need to pick apart every single thing he said.

So, you hate nerds because they do in writing what bob does in every last one of his episodes? pick things apart, he does it in the big picture, does it in escape to the movies, the game overthinker pretty much speaks for itself.

BUT you clearly dont see this so im just going to look at you, cross my eyes and let out a nice loud "HUUUUUUURRRR"

A couple of things to think about:

1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

Also, your last sentence did not make much sense, so I will assume you were attempting to insult me.

1) Having a good reason for doing something isnt a legitimate reason to enjoy one persons work and insult anothers. Just because people on the internet dont get paid to share their opinions and pick things apart does not make their opinions any less valid, if anything it makes it more valid that someone whos paid, as the person who is paid must exaggerate in order to stand out.

2) Not true, on a lot of occassions he simply rants, he airs his opinions as he sees fit, while there is a sense of showmanship involved in his portrayal. Also, this is an irrelevant point, since you shows annoyance in people picking things apart instead of enjoying them. something bob does continuously through his webshows, it is his job as you said. Picking things apart, a quality you find repellent is the job of the person who you are defending. You clearly were not build to observe your own hypocrisy.

3) Arguable. But thats per personal taste, i personally enjoy seeing what a lot of the people in the comments have to see and find what they pick apart interesting, on top of most of what bob has to say on the big picture, while certain videos bob has produced i have found to be quite the opposite, having very little in term of interesting value or fun. His review of scream 4 and the green lantern movie being prime examples, while i did not enjoy watching either movie so much i found his reveiws of the two movies to be incredibly flawed and needlessly exaggerated to the point of being patronising. Scream 4 in particular.

And my last comment did make sense. And no, for the most part it was not an insult, as i was only trying to make a slight comment at the cyclic logic you implied and the post was only meant as a jestered comment with no real need to reply to it. Buuuut, why should i expect you to find that obvious, clearly you're not too far from my nerd brethren since you felt some compulsion to pick apart a easily ignorable jest at the way you phrased your comment. So i go ahead and sign you up for the weekly nerd newsletter or are you gonna stay in the proverbial closet for a little bit longer?

Yes, we could quite easily have reached a global technological golden age by this point the way I see it. What gets in the way of such endeavors could be widely discussed I'm sure. I narrow it down to corporate interests and general separation between the scientific community and the public. Have they mapped the human genome? Great! Lets put a patent on it and not do anything to research any milestone in medicine, allowing us to continue mass-producing worthless pills that everyone need to buy on a regular basis.

I'm not sure if that example is correct, but private enterprises do not necessarily have to prioritize progression if they can make more profit in the short term. Also, while the scientific community have discovered incredible things and is digging ever deeper into the unknown as I write this, in overall the world's population seem oblivious if not misinformed of such progress. More content with occupying themselves with their economic situation or fleeting, trivial social events. Not finding any interest in the discoveries on reality's fabric. The education system would be at fault for this I believe.

These two are what I consider to be major factors in this, along with things such as an uneven distribution of wealth and technology, leads us into a negative cycle caused by our dependency on finite fuel sources. Thus leading the major powers of the world to sharpen their claws over potential pockets of oil hidden beneath the North Pole's ocean instead of investing on things that could benefit humanity, such as the exploration of the cosmos, making food production independent from the enviroment and eradicating disease. Or ofcourse testing the possibilities for infinite fuel sources (Fusion power, enviromental forces, perhaps even magnetism?)

Those oil companies just -HAVE- to have those extra billions of dollars, and sadly that is seen as a valid argument by most of the people currently in power.

MrDeckard:
2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

I agree with you here. I haven't read all the way through all of the comments, but I saw at least 50 posts that were long, detailed explanations of why Bob was wrong. If these commenters were actually concerned about people not understanding why these things are impractical, or what is really obstructing their creation, they would have been satisfied after the first 2 pages. Since they're basically just restating what's come before, it makes more sense that they're just smug and want to show off how much they know, even though they know everyone else is aware, including Bob.

MrDeckard:
1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

This, however, I have to disagree with. Critical analysis is not something that should be reserved for professionals and talking heads. In my opinion, everyone should make analysis a part of their daily lives. It can be very fun, even if you're not doing it in a media-heavy, "fun" way. More importantly, it keeps people sharp and thoughtful. Ideally, everyone would be able to write a coherent, well supported response to Bob's fantasizing, but only a few people would, and others would merely critique those or expand on them.

Interesting episode bob...

If we did lie that oil was found on mars sure the infrastructure would be on it's way within a week but it will have prominent oil company logos on EVERYTHING!

Here's an alternative idea: Tell Apple that mars' dust is a superconductor at room temperature. The apple logo is MUCH easier on the eyes than oil company logos and Apple has more money than the largest of the oil companies put together so they can easily afford a trip to mars!

Okay. We get it MovieBob. You don't like Glen Beck. You don't like Creationists. Fine. Whatever. But do you REALLY have to bring it up in every other episode???

Seriously. I find your videos entertaining for the most part but they're starting to become ludicrously formulaic. Please can you move beyond that?

Why do you get so grossed out over people eating dogs and cats? I know you said it was just "hard wired" and that there was nothing wrong with it (assuming there is nothing wrong with eating pigs and whatever), but I just don't understand it. There is a vietnamese foriegn exchange student in our class who has eaten dogmeat before, and I didn't have a problem with it (I actually jokingly asked her if I could have some). Oh well, to each his own.

OT: That was actually a really great episode, really funny.

James Mann:

MrDeckard:

James Mann:

So, you hate nerds because they do in writing what bob does in every last one of his episodes? pick things apart, he does it in the big picture, does it in escape to the movies, the game overthinker pretty much speaks for itself.

BUT you clearly dont see this so im just going to look at you, cross my eyes and let out a nice loud "HUUUUUUURRRR"

A couple of things to think about:

1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

Also, your last sentence did not make much sense, so I will assume you were attempting to insult me.

1) Having a good reason for doing something isnt a legitimate reason to enjoy one persons work and insult anothers. Just because people on the internet dont get paid to share their opinions and pick things apart does not make their opinions any less valid, if anything it makes it more valid that someone whos paid, as the person who is paid must exaggerate in order to stand out.

2) Not true, on a lot of occassions he simply rants, he airs his opinions as he sees fit, while there is a sense of showmanship involved in his portrayal. Also, this is an irrelevant point, since you shows annoyance in people picking things apart instead of enjoying them. something bob does continuously through his webshows, it is his job as you said. Picking things apart, a quality you find repellent is the job of the person who you are defending. You clearly were not build to observe your own hypocrisy.

3) Arguable. But thats per personal taste, i personally enjoy seeing what a lot of the people in the comments have to see and find what they pick apart interesting, on top of most of what bob has to say on the big picture, while certain videos bob has produced i have found to be quite the opposite, having very little in term of interesting value or fun. His review of scream 4 and the green lantern movie being prime examples, while i did not enjoy watching either movie so much i found his reveiws of the two movies to be incredibly flawed and needlessly exaggerated to the point of being patronising. Scream 4 in particular.

And my last comment did make sense. And no, for the most part it was not an insult, as i was only trying to make a slight comment at the cyclic logic you implied and the post was only meant as a jestered comment with no real need to reply to it. Buuuut, why should i expect you to find that obvious, clearly you're not too far from my nerd brethren since you felt some compulsion to pick apart a easily ignorable jest at the way you phrased your comment. So i go ahead and sign you up for the weekly nerd newsletter or are you gonna stay in the proverbial closet for a little bit longer?

1) Alright. You win that one. It was a cheap shot and I missed.

2) Arguable. I have yet to see anything he has put out as having no entertainment value. Also, I show annoyance at people picking things apart JUST for the sake of picking things apart. Bob does it for entertainment and to inform people.

3) I was less saying that this is an entertaining video and more that the PURPOSE of the video was fun and entertainment. If some people did not find it to be so, fine. i simply ask that people take things in the spirit they are given.

Not the "Kind of" in my original statement.

You seem to imply that, a) I am not a total nerd myself and, b) dislike the nerd populace in general.

Neither of these things are true. However, I dislike the part of nerd-dom that drives us to pick apart things that do not require nor ask to be picked apart.

And although, yes, your jest was easily ignorable, I considering it was a good third of that post, I felt I should at least try and understand it.

summerof2010:

MrDeckard:
1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

This, however, I have to disagree with. Critical analysis is not something that should be reserved for professionals and talking heads. In my opinion, everyone should make analysis a part of their daily lives. It can be very fun, even if you're not doing it in a media-heavy, "fun" way. More importantly, it keeps people sharp and thoughtful. Ideally, everyone would be able to write a coherent, well supported response to Bob's fantasizing, but only a few people would, and others would merely critique those or expand on them.

As I said to the other fellow, I concede this one. It was a cheap shot and I missed.

http://martinjetpack.com/commercial-enquries.aspx
Heres your jetpack, prolly no more than a few years left till you can just buy one.

In the meantime, heres one that only works above water, and doesn't go very high, but you can actually BUY it here and now.
http://www.jetlev-flyer.com/

teh_Canape:
maybe you should call Dr Insano, he seems like he'd do all that
also, while you're at it, get an extra ticket to the moon for Bill O'Reilly

Tell him the moon causes the tides to go in and out, he'd be all over it then. Apparently it's a perplexing question for him.

I'm currently doing research with cell culture and it is very expensive. In order to make cells grow into something that isn't just a big pile of cells you need to introduce chemical signals, usually some form of protein factor, and these types of proteins are by weight the most expensive things in the world (as far as I know). For example, one growth factor used in my experiment costs $219 for 50ug (that's micrograms meaning that it costs $4.38 million per gram). This is about average, some cost a little less, others cost a little more. This is probably the primary hindrance as to why we haven "grown meat". It's probably much cheaper to just kill a cow, chicken, etc.

MrDeckard:

James Mann:

MrDeckard:

A couple of things to think about:

1) Bob is a critic. It's what he does for a living, so he has a good reason.

2) When Bob nitpicks something he does it in a fun and creative way in order to inform people, while the majority of the people in this thread are not only boring, but they are only making the corrections because they like feeling smarter than other people.

3) This episode was FUN and few of these people seem to grasp that. Instead they seem intent on taking it too seriously and play Buzzkillington.

Also, your last sentence did not make much sense, so I will assume you were attempting to insult me.

1) Having a good reason for doing something isnt a legitimate reason to enjoy one persons work and insult anothers. Just because people on the internet dont get paid to share their opinions and pick things apart does not make their opinions any less valid, if anything it makes it more valid that someone whos paid, as the person who is paid must exaggerate in order to stand out.

2) Not true, on a lot of occassions he simply rants, he airs his opinions as he sees fit, while there is a sense of showmanship involved in his portrayal. Also, this is an irrelevant point, since you shows annoyance in people picking things apart instead of enjoying them. something bob does continuously through his webshows, it is his job as you said. Picking things apart, a quality you find repellent is the job of the person who you are defending. You clearly were not build to observe your own hypocrisy.

3) Arguable. But thats per personal taste, i personally enjoy seeing what a lot of the people in the comments have to see and find what they pick apart interesting, on top of most of what bob has to say on the big picture, while certain videos bob has produced i have found to be quite the opposite, having very little in term of interesting value or fun. His review of scream 4 and the green lantern movie being prime examples, while i did not enjoy watching either movie so much i found his reveiws of the two movies to be incredibly flawed and needlessly exaggerated to the point of being patronising. Scream 4 in particular.

And my last comment did make sense. And no, for the most part it was not an insult, as i was only trying to make a slight comment at the cyclic logic you implied and the post was only meant as a jestered comment with no real need to reply to it. Buuuut, why should i expect you to find that obvious, clearly you're not too far from my nerd brethren since you felt some compulsion to pick apart a easily ignorable jest at the way you phrased your comment. So i go ahead and sign you up for the weekly nerd newsletter or are you gonna stay in the proverbial closet for a little bit longer?

1) Alright. You win that one. It was a cheap shot and I missed.

2) Arguable. I have yet to see anything he has put out as having no entertainment value. Also, I show annoyance at people picking things apart JUST for the sake of picking things apart. Bob does it for entertainment and to inform people.

3) I was less saying that this is an entertaining video and more that the PURPOSE of the video was fun and entertainment. If some people did not find it to be so, fine. i simply ask that people take things in the spirit they are given.

Not the "Kind of" in my original statement.

You seem to imply that, a) I am not a total nerd myself and, b) dislike the nerd populace in general.

Neither of these things are true. However, I dislike the part of nerd-dom that drives us to pick apart things that do not require nor ask to be picked apart.

And although, yes, your jest was easily ignorable, I considering it was a good third of that post, I felt I should at least try and understand it.

Picking things apart is a rather fun past-time for many intellectual types, you'll find the critical mind required for scientific though tends to develop as a need to pick apart arguments for the sake of forwarding understanding, a point my friends and especially my girlfriend find annoying about me is that i tend to be overcritical of points that generally do not need a critical eye, however its how my brain works, as i'm sure it is with many of the people tearing apart bobs videos, unfortunately this state of mind is something that is very distinctively nerd and is a very integral part of the culture. And i must apologize, but upon reading your initial post i seemed to have glanced past the kind of without acknowledging it and therefore apologize if i therefore implied you were more disapproving of the nerd populace.

To your third point, i suppose to take something in the spirit they are given is of little meaning when the spirit is airing opinions; when i watched his green lantern review i just saw it as being harsh and needless. The joke were lost in a pool of hate and its hard to view the spirit of the review as being one of comedy, but rather of anger which as far as entertainment value goes just isn't that fun, or at least for me. In order to take things in the spirit they are given, it must first and foremost be presented in the spirit you are trying to give, and when i watched this video the tone of it did not seem humorous to me, and while the lack of sincerity in parts is obvious the whole thing just shows bob as an ass, and the whole thing just comes off as annoying to listen to.

Why stop at sending Glen Beck to the moon permanently? Lets dump all of Fox News there!

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