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Pat Condell DVD


Pat Condell rose to internet stardom in 2007 with a series of topical rants, posted to popular video-sharing websites. With topics usually centering on religion, politics, and current events, each of Pat's videos quickly caused a stir and racked up tens of thousands of views.

RichardDawkins.net has now compiled the first 35 of Pat Condell's videos onto this DVD collection, with an exclusive introduction by Pat. Enjoy this newly remastered collection, totalling 3 hours of video.

"Pat Condell is unique. Nobody can match his extraordinary blend of suavity and savagery. With his articulate intelligence he runs rings around the religious wingnuts that are the targets of his merciless humour. Thank goodness he is on our side." - Richard Dawkins

"Brash. Uncompromising. Brilliant. Hilarious. Pat Condell has found a simple formula for success: stating the obvious without restraining himself with the conventions of unwarranted piety. Pat flenses sacred cows, and after slicing away the fat and gristle of tired apologetics and mindless tradition, he exposes the hollow carcass of a culture's hypocrisy...and we laugh." - PZ Myers, ScienceBlogs.com/Pharyngula

NTSC All Region
1 DVD
Run Time: 180 minutes

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Episodes:
01 - Introduction
02 - Hello America - 18 February 07
03 - What have I got against religion? - 04 March 07
04 - The trouble with Islam - 16 March 07
05 - What do I believe? - 28 March 07
06 - Happy Easter - 05 April 07
07 - Absolute certainty - 13 April 07
08 - Religion in the UK - 17 April 07
09 - In Jesus' name - 25 April 07
10 - United States of Jesus - 03 May 07
11 - Why are we friends with Saudi Arabia? - 14 May 07
12 - Am I a racist? - 20 May 07
13 - Miracles and morals - 29 May 07
14 - Catholic morality - 04 June 07
15 - Origin of the species - 13 June 07
16 - The myth of Islamophobia - 21 June 07
17 - What about the Jews? - 29 June 07
18 - Politics and religion - 10 July 07
19 - Why does faith deserve respect? - 19 July 07
20 - God bless atheism - 03 August 07
21 - Islam in Europe - 17 August 07
22 - Unholy scripture - 31 August 07
23 - Video response to Osama - 11 September 07
24 - Hello angry Christians - 25 September 07
25 - More demands from Islam - 09 October 07
26 - What's good about religion? - 23 October 07
27 - Was Jesus gay? - 02 November 07
28 - A word to Islamofascists - 14 November 07
29 - Why debate dogma? - 27 November 07
30 - Laugh at Sudan - 03 December 07
31 - Pimping for Jesus - 18 December 07
32 - Partying with Baby Jesus - 24 December 07
33 - Hook, line and rapure - 08 January 08
34 - O dhimmi Canada - 19 January 08
35 - God the psycho - 02 February 08

TAGGED: COMMENTARY, MOVIES


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