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What Coke can segment? Removed it from what? From the Hellbound Alleee episode? - [[User:Dcljr|dcljr]] 10:57, 10 September 2008 (CDT)
 
What Coke can segment? Removed it from what? From the Hellbound Alleee episode? - [[User:Dcljr|dcljr]] 10:57, 10 September 2008 (CDT)
  
I can probably shed some light on this.  Right before he brings up the banana argument, he first starts off his his coke can argument for design.  He starts with a parody of how he seems evolution, but relates it to the coke can.  Short version "Millions of years pass, dirt comes up to make the shape of can, then millions more of years go by and paint falls from the sky and writes Coca Cola on the side, and a tab appears at the top."  In some ways that is funnier than the banana argument.  After that nonsense, he then goes "No, the can was designed so it had to have a designer."  If I remember correctly thats when he pulls out the banana and starts on that.  Ray's complaint is the banana argument is not nearly as strong without the coke can thing to set it up.  Personally I feel that it sounds even dumber to add the coke can part, so personally I think its a moot point.  However, thats why Ray cries about it.  [[User:gizmoiscariot]] 11:01, 10 September 2008 (PDT)
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I can probably shed some light on this.  The whole [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7uA-P8TsPM show can be found here].  It starts at about the 2:30 mark for the coke can.  Right before he brings up the banana argument on the Way of the Master show, he first starts off his his coke can argument for design.  He starts with a parody of how he sees evolution, but relates it to the coke can.  Short version "Millions of years pass, dirt comes up to make the shape of can, then millions more of years go by and paint falls from the sky and writes Coca Cola on the side, and a tab appears at the top."  In some ways that is funnier than the banana argument.  After that nonsense, he then goes "No, the can was designed so it had to have a designer."  If I remember correctly thats when he pulls out the banana and starts on that.  Ray's complaint is the banana argument is not nearly as strong without the coke can thing to set it up.  Personally I feel that it sounds even dumber to add the coke can part, so personally I think its a moot point.  However, thats why Ray cries about it.  [[User:gizmoiscariot|gizmoiscariot]] 11:01, 10 September 2008 (PDT)

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"Contrary to his concession on the Hellbound Alleee show, he maintains that he no longer uses it as an argument as atheists have maliciously removed the Coke can segment to take the banana argument out of context."

What Coke can segment? Removed it from what? From the Hellbound Alleee episode? - dcljr 10:57, 10 September 2008 (CDT)

I can probably shed some light on this. The whole show can be found here. It starts at about the 2:30 mark for the coke can. Right before he brings up the banana argument on the Way of the Master show, he first starts off his his coke can argument for design. He starts with a parody of how he sees evolution, but relates it to the coke can. Short version "Millions of years pass, dirt comes up to make the shape of can, then millions more of years go by and paint falls from the sky and writes Coca Cola on the side, and a tab appears at the top." In some ways that is funnier than the banana argument. After that nonsense, he then goes "No, the can was designed so it had to have a designer." If I remember correctly thats when he pulls out the banana and starts on that. Ray's complaint is the banana argument is not nearly as strong without the coke can thing to set it up. Personally I feel that it sounds even dumber to add the coke can part, so personally I think its a moot point. However, thats why Ray cries about it. gizmoiscariot 11:01, 10 September 2008 (PDT)

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