Randy Olson plugs Ben Stein’s EXPELLED (actually, the trailer for EXPELLED)
|August 22, 2007||Posted by William Dembski under Intelligent Design|
Responding to PZ Myers’ usual commenters, Randy Olson, of FLOCK OF DODOS fame, remarks:
Are you folks really this clueless? You make me think of a baseball team that finishes the season in last place, then spends the off season criticizing all the other teams, as if that will address the problem.
I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that is an excellent trailer they have produced. Not some amateurish clunky mess that you would expect from a science organization. The music cue, “Bad to the Bone,” would have cost them $25,000 at least (assuming they have paid the rights — someone might want to look into that, but I’m guessing they have). Rights for music in a trailer is more than for using it in the movie.
Take the pain. Accept it. It already appears to be a much more powerful piece of mass communication than anything from the world of evolution for a long time (much slicker than my humble little movie, light years better than anything from PBS or AIBS). The science world is being out-gunned, both financially and in terms of cleverness.
What are you gonna do about it? Complain it’s not fair?
Posted by: Randy Olson, Head Dodo | August 22, 2007 03:14 PM
SOURCE: go here.