Saturday, October 22, 2005

Shawn Hannidy Vs. Human Cloning


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Description of interaction with Shawn Hannidy posted earlier

6 Comments:

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7:43 PM  
Blogger Enric said...

Excellent presentation and handling of the demanding TV interview situation!

1:24 PM  
Blogger Bill Streeter said...

That was excellent. I can't stand Hannity (BTW that the correct spelling of his name). But then again he's no intellectual he-man so I wouldn't be too proud of yourself ;)

Good job keeping your composure on TV. I would have been a wreck.

Bill

9:08 PM  
Blogger Matthew Lake said...

Good debate!

Shawn "grow up humans and use them for spare parts?"

I'm sure he must have got this from the movie "The Island" haha

There is a lot of confusion or misinformation going around about stem cell research... it's a shame that america is caught up a lot of problems regarding this research, over in the UK we get a lot of support.

4:29 PM  
Blogger Paul Knight said...

I think Human Cloing is a really good idea on several fronts. 1. you could have one extra one and live to excess and then raid the clone for spare parts.
2. You could actually make love to yourself.
3. Celebs would be up in arms. The Paris Hilton Twins, the Olsen Quads, Tom cruise stunt version, The Dolly Parton Twins, wow.
4. Bush could be assassinated again and again and again and again and again, I see a whacky reality tv show there.
Anyway as you can see I've been thru all of your videos now and have left comments, which is pretty unusual for a vlogger. I would love to subscribe, fireant is too complimicated, I prefer to use itunes, any chance of having one of those 1-click buttons on your site, please.

2:03 AM  
Blogger Paul Knight said...

But from what I said above, which was a bit wishy washy. My wife has Multiple Sclerosis, and we are hoping for a cure within the next 5 years, with the help of stem cell research. All good to your activism.

8:14 AM  

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