Okay, so we all know I don’t live in America. I try to keep up with American news and pop-culture, to a degree, since in some ways it is in the driver seat of the world’s news and pop-culture (how I wish this weren’t true). With that said, I have been reading things about Ben Stein’s Expelled: The Movie on friends blogs and I was clueless until today, on my day off where I could sit and surf a bit. The trailer in itself is stimulating and though provoking:
I really want to see this! I have no idea when it will come out over here in Europe, and since I have no idea when I will be back in the States I’ll have to wait. (My life seems to be a constant lesson on patience! Even with these little things, and especially with the big things!) I’m deeply intrigued by this trailer and how it might, or might not, shake things up back in America (or for that matter it may have already shook things up and I’m clueless), but also on this side of the pond. This could be one of those few times where us as Americans driving the world’s news and pop-culture could make a positive, thought provoking dent on the world. This film would be great hear in Prague to dialog over, because there is absolutely NO possibility in the minds of most Czechs that the origin of this world and universe is by random chance. Communism definitely had its hands in shoving this down the throats of all those that lived behind the curtain. So with that being said, I’m intrigued and Mr. Ben Stein please get this released over here ASAP!