I'm not sure if this belongs here or Non-Topic either. But I actually want to try to get RD, Blade, and Triple K's opinion of this.
Anybody who knows me, knows I'm a very spirtual/skeptical kind of guy. Someone who kind of believes in a spirtual world, but at the same time would not be surprised if there wasn't one. My views are so complex, that I've been thinking of reviewing the show of the skeptics - Penn and Teller B.S. from Seasons 1 to 7 from my Zen/Philosophical/Spirtual/Skeptical point of view. It would probably be just on a cheap blog, but being that I know RD is on the spirtual side of things and Kelly is on the extreme skeptic side of things - and Blade is the Midnight Rider . . . er . . . Rose.
So would it be unique to get my opinions of Penn & Teller B.S. - a show I've watched the first six seasons of last year and one I enjoyed 90% of the time. Or should I leave reviews to the "real skeptics" out there.
P.S. Anybody can chime in, and I'm still unsure if this belongs here or in Non-Topic.
Kane: HEY, KELLY KELLY... WHAT HAS FOUR LEGS, BUT ONLY ONE FOOT? Kelly: I don't know! Kane: HACKSAW DUGGAN! Kelly: Huh? Kane: CONSIDER YOURSELF KANEFUSED!
Love the hell out of this show, but I'm pretty much the choir they're preaching to.
That's the thing. I'm a moderate when it comes to the show. Some stuff I agree with hands down, other stuff I disagree with - but get their point of few, and then there's stuff I downright disagree with.
Some of their more non-political/non-agenda episodes are the more fun ones for me, but they're several political/agenda episodes that I can't disagree with their opinion on. Still need to watch Season 7, but I'm fighting on sitting down and watching the first six seasons again and writing reviews when I'm not working. And work is busting my *** right now.
Post by Macho Dude Handy Damage on Jul 28, 2010 16:55:55 GMT -5
I love Penn & Teller's BS show. I'm in the same category as Kelly on this one. I don't really learn much, but when I do, it's usually something that has to do with american society or politics or something like that.
But if you want to do a review of the show, I say go ahead. Even if you're not 100% skeptic, we skeptics would love to hear your side. In fact, that's what Phil Plait said during his speech at The Amaz!ng Meeting 8 in Vegas a few weeks ago. Skeptics need to be more inclined to welcome others who might not be hardcore skeptics. I think his exact words were "don't be a dick!"