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Re:Documentaries - Friday, December 28, 2012 11:36 AM ( #81 )
 

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Ahhh, Chuck Shulz, one of my favorite Atheists!
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Re:Documentaries - Friday, December 28, 2012 4:26 PM ( #82 )
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Ahhh, Chuck Shulz, one of my favorite Atheists!


He wasn't an Atheists at all, in fact we was strongly religous person.
 
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Re:Documentaries - Friday, December 28, 2012 4:51 PM ( #83 )
  Living Together is a good one: 



  Thats the only section of the documentary I can find but it aired on BBC in the UK years ago.  Its just about animal symbiosis.

It's quite funny to see how some animals just accept each other and the payoff for both is mutual, you scratch my back and i'll scratch yours kind of thing.

There was a good segment that showed a sheep dog being placed among the sheep when its a puppy, it gets bullied and pushed around until eventually it grows up and turns out to be bigger than the sheep. Because it grew up with the sheep, they trust it so it lives among the herd and it naturally protects the sheep from any predators.

I'd love to see this again, if anyone comes across the full documentary please post a link to it. :)
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Re:Documentaries - Thursday, January 03, 2013 8:53 PM ( #84 )
 

thebudgetgamer He wasn't an Atheists at all, in fact we was strongly religous person.
Not at all. He may have been at first, but later he was.

Charles Shulz "I do not go to church anymore… I guess you might say I've come around to secular humanism, an obligation I believe all humans have to others and the world we live in." "I despise those shallow religious comics. Dennis the Menace, for instance, is the most shallow. When they show him praying--I just can't stand that sort of thing, talking to God about some cutesy thing that he'd done during the day. I don't think Hank Ketcham has any deep knowledge of things like that. . .Oh, I can't stand that. You could get diabetes reading them, couldn't you?"
Source: http://www.metroactive.co...0.99/schulz2-9952.html
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Re:Documentaries - Monday, January 14, 2013 9:54 PM ( #85 )
 
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Re:Documentaries - Sunday, January 27, 2013 8:00 PM ( #86 )
Anything by Ken Burns.
 
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