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Mr. Wizard's (Still) a Dick

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Published on Sep 18, 2012

Man of science. Scourge of nescience. (Still.) Brought to you by @DianeBullock and @mcs212.

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Davis Willis
"You know you can do this at home yourself you don't have to come over to my house to do it" LOL what an asshole
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Emerson Mohr
I know, An octopus. Nope. I give up. A jelly fish. Oh I was right!
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altoids79762
Bro put a fucking warning on here before you start showing us those spooky skeletons.
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Tammy C
keep out of children "that includes you"
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verbaledge
haha, i miss people that would put kids in their place instead of listening to their moronic babble and sparring their feelings
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IFightDragons94
My name is Christian. That end kinda freaked me out.
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Gorblats
2:16 That kid's taking a hit from the world's biggest bong
johnhasaguitar
I wouldn't say being a dick is accurate. You learn from realizing your wrong. It's nice.  These days, no one is ever "wrong" they just find bullshit ways of reaffirming their already preconceived beliefs.  Being wrong is awesome.  You learn that way. If you're addressing things other than the times when he told kids they were wrong, he's usually leading them into situations where they have to think differently than they were already thinking.  That's important too.  Letting them come to their own realizations about how the perceive things. Taking that away from kids is dangerous.  We won't progress as a society if you're super sensitive and think feelings are more important than facts. I lean liberal and i'm agnostic by the way, in case some of you assume I'm not being as soft and squishy as you think I should be because of some political or religious view. This is a joke, and he's editing to make him look like a dick obviously.  Good job on that.
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Andrew J. Murrietta
Kid: "Keep out of reach of children." ^_^ Mr. Wizard: "That includes you!" >:) Kid: O_O
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