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Sep 13 2011

I spent all that time in Norway and I could have done it all in 4 minutes at home?

The 2011 World Humanist Congress in Oslo, reduced to a 4-minute highlight clip:

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  1. 1
    Paulo Matos

    You gotta love Google ads:
    http://www.webpagescreenshot.info/img/858198-913201145006PM

    (The above link is a screenshot of what I get as google ads on this webpage)

  2. 2
    Foliage

    Hmm, there seems to be something subtly weird going on with audio for this.

  3. 3
    Igakusei

    “It doesn’t matter how good you are at slaughtering antelopes, if you never get laid.”

    Someone should make a bumper sticker out of that!

  4. 4
    Glen Davidson

    I’d be inclined to listen to anyone named Roar Jensen.

    Glen Davidson

  5. 5
    pHred

    Are you kidding me ? You are complaining about spending time in Norway ??? Really?

    Fair enough, next time I will go. They will get the humanist perspective of an Associate Professor in Earth Sciences rather than Biology, but that should be novel – however at the moment I can’t think of any pithy lines like yours. Rocks getting laid means a whole different thing.

    As a Scandinavian, I would be livid with jealousy if I wasn’t going to Rome next week for a conference. :)

  6. 6
    ChasCPeterson

    dude, ‘Harvard’?

    That’s what you told them?

  7. 7
    'Tis Himself

    dude, ‘Harvard’?

    That’s what you told them?

    Has anybody told Harvard?

  8. 8
    nopeter

    PZ Myers, professor at Harvard University!
    It says so on the video clip!
    Some one got some thing wrong?

  9. 9
    Species8472

    Congrats with a new job at Harvard! :P

    Also, I’m in there too at 1:12 on the front row!

  10. 10
    ChasCPeterson

    I think your visitors would definitely want far more writing such as this

    I absolutely agree, ground floor opportunity (if that is your real name): Far more posts consisting of a single sentence fragment and a vid!

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