Well, it seems like only yesterday, but here we are again for the second installment of my reasoned and scholarly critique of Pastor Gallups’ magnum opus, one that he himself opined is the ”best critique of evolution you will ever hear”.
As we discovered in the previous episode, however, it appears that Pastor Carl must be under the impression that “best” is a synonym of “funniest”, because his evidently laughably over-optimistic evaluation of his argument provided us all with a most excellent source for merriment. In this episode, we therefore move on from listening to the good Pastor’s opinion on the stylistic merits of scientific writing to examining his careful and meticulous approach to doing his own research.
Unfortunately for Carl, however, his inanity did not become any less profound in the second half of his video and so, as you will see, the tutelage table got another extensive and vigorous workout and so is starting to look a little worse for wear. If anyone out there has some good carpentry skills then please let me know, because it looks like it’s in need of some serious preventive maintenance.
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