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Go to: [UPDATE 17-Jan- YouTube added] The Secret Life of Chaos and Material Girl

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Here's a link to a Youtube HD version playlist and other episodes uploaded by EvolutionsSolutions:
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=714BB8AB56B90EA4

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 15:50:00 UTC | #432637

Go to: Interview with Richard Dawkins

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Al Jazeera English is actually a superb channel, with great news and documentaries. You can watch it for free at livestation.com btw. Buth as #38 Jos Gibbons said, they are clearly hypocritical, the arabic channel seems to post various "politically correct for the muslim world" news, anti-evolutionism etc. But Al Jazeera English is great!

Sat, 09 Jan 2010 22:52:00 UTC | #430566

Go to: Brit Hume: Tiger Woods Must Become Christian To Be Forgiven

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I think it's absurd that people even meddle in the guys personal life. Same with Clinton, his personal life didn't have anything to do with his presidency, UNTIL everyone had to disturb him from doing important tasks with a totally unimportant media-circus. And that was a president, this guy is a golfer... Just let the poor guy be alone.

Mon, 04 Jan 2010 16:32:00 UTC | #428348

Go to: Unreported World: The Battle for Israel's Soul

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I don't get it. They don't want the Israeli state to exist, but they still want to live in the exact same area without having to work, presumably under Palestinian authority? Until a messiah comes and tells them to set up an Israeli state in the same location?

Thu, 03 Dec 2009 16:54:00 UTC | #419937

Go to: Tweety Gets To The Heart of the Abortion Matter With Bishop Tobin

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I hope the future generations in a better, dogma-free world will look back at us and with laughter and pity understand how hard life was back in the old days, when all attempts for progress had to be squeezed through layers and layers of religious doctrine instead of just, i don't know, make the world better?

Wed, 25 Nov 2009 12:14:00 UTC | #416411

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