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Atheist Morgan Freeman To Host Natgeo’S ‘The Story Of God’

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A Christian blogger who I respect greatly went on the trip with Morgan Freeman I believe.

 

His name is Matthew Paul Turner.

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I remember when National Geographic was actually a science magazine. Seems like a long time ago. 

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I remember when National Geographic was actually a science magazine. Seems like a long time ago. 

 

Back when it was a non profit. Rupert Murdoch bought them. 

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I remember when National Geographic was actually a science magazine. Seems like a long time ago. 

 

Well, at least there are still pretty pictures in the magazine! The TV channel have become the epitome of bullshit. It's all about crazy truck drivers and paranormal crap. Discovery Channel is even worse.

 

 

Back when it was a non profit. Rupert Murdoch bought them. 

 

He did? No wonder it turned to shit. That's some Midas touch right there.

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I remember when National Geographic was actually a science magazine. Seems like a long time ago. 

 

Well, at least there are still pretty pictures in the magazine! The TV channel have become the epitome of bullshit. It's all about crazy truck drivers and paranormal crap. Discovery Channel is even worse.

 

 

Back when it was a non profit. Rupert Murdoch bought them. 

 

He did? No wonder it turned to shit. That's some Midas touch right there.

 

 

To make matters even worse, a big Clinton donor bought the Onion. :P

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Loads of Christian cry-babies in the comments, as usual.

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