Cartoon Version Of Dawkins’s Classic Reply To The Question “What If You’re Wrong?”

Based on this clip of Richard Dawkins replying to a Liberty University student who asks him, “What if you’re wrong?” comes this great South Park style cartoon version of Dawkins pwning the student:

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  • John Morales

    My thoughts?

    If it’s South Park style, it’s definitionally not “great”, in fact, not worth watching.

    Those are my thoughts.


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