“Science without doubt is not science at all.” – Mike Rowe

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Whenever Mike Rowe gets a message from a virtue-signaling, hate-filled liberal, you almost.. almost.. want to feel sorry for them.

From his Facebook page:

 

Anyway, Rebecca, my beef with your post comes down to this – if you go to my boss and ask her to fire me because you can’t stand the sound of my voice, I get it. Narrators with unpleasant voices should probably look for other work anyway, and if enough people share your view, no hard feelings – I’ll make room for Morgan. But if you’re trying to get me fired simply because you don’t like my worldview, well then, I’m going to fight back. Partly because I like my job, and partly because you’re wrong about your assumptions, but mostly because your tactics typify a toxic blend of laziness and group-think that are all too common today – a hot mess of hashtags and intolerance that deepen the chasm currently dividing our country.

Re-read your own post, and think about your actual position. You’ve publicly asked a network to fire the narrator of a hit show because you might not share his personal beliefs. Don’t you think that’s kind of…extraordinary? Not only are you unwilling to engage with someone you disagree with – you can’t even enjoy a show you claim to love if you suspect the narrator might not share your view of the world! Do you know how insular that makes you sound? How fragile?

Pretty brutal.  Rebecca needs a new last name.

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2 thoughts on ““Science without doubt is not science at all.” – Mike Rowe

  1. Reading through that, I’m reminded why I like reading his writings and listening to him. He’s great with explaining things and disagreeing with someone without getting vulgar and petty about it. I love this quote at the end, “Take a moment to doubt your own words, and ask yourself – as any good scientist would – if you’ve got your head up a black hole.”

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