The video Peter Fincham does not want you to see.

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Tim Minchin rhymes with Peter Fincham. But what rhymes with Parthenogenesis?

Who the F%#K is Peter Fincham? Nobody knows, nobody cares. All you need to know is that he used to work as director of television for some TV show1, saw the following video, and used his big fat power trip to make sure it was not shown because it insults The Lord Savior Jesus H. Christ Himself. Which it doesn’t, really. I know Jesus personally, having been an Altar Boy and stuff, and I’m sure he would love this.

Anyway, I first heard about this here, where I get all my important Skeptical News and Analysis, so please go there and read the background and find the additional links providing context for this senseless maneno. And, copy the video and put it on your blog if you’ve got a blog, and/or email a link to it to every single person you know so that in the end far far more people will see it than ever would have had this Peter Fincham not cut it.

Oh, and go and “like” or “plus” or whatever to the video. It has currently got about 90,000 views and 5,500 likes.

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1And as far as I know he still does, but I assume he will be fired for this travesty and I don’t want to have to come back here and update this video!

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3 Responses to The video Peter Fincham does not want you to see.

  1. Grammar Merchant says:

    Yep, I posted this up as soon as I saw it. I’m pretty sure it will be global within two days. I get Fincham’s duck-and-cover approach — I really do (I was a retail manager) — but thank Bog for the intertubes; now everyone will see it.

  2. colubridae says:

    And how about this as a lame response from the god-botherers

  3. carolw says:

    All the kids singing had the same creepy teeth. Triplets? What the hell?

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