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Flat Earth Asshole vs Joe Rogan & Mick West - Round 3

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May 5 2017

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The 3rd round is underway and Joe comes out swinging with a claim of their being "too many satellites" meanwhile his buddy Mick West makes reference to the Hollywood movie "Gravity" as if this is some sort of proof that satellites actually exist. As always I am quick to put a liar in their place, and as it stands I have these two lying cowards backed into a corner. It is no holds barred in this intellectual battle and the only question is......what side are you on? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Official shirt designed and worn by the Flat Earth Asshole is now available to own! The phrase invented by FEA which asks the all important question "Lunar Module? Or....Homeless Tweaker's Shelter?" is the ultimate ice breaker and conversation starter! Fry folk's minds and melt people's thoughts as you walk down the street in style! Available as a shirt, hoodie or mug, this design is guaranteed to get reactions! Order Now! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about Flat Earth, please check out these great channels: jeranism ODD Reality TheNASAchannel DITRH Globebusters The Morgile Jenna Fredo Dan Pratt Thomas Scott News NorCal Waters Flat Earth Association ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is transformative in nature, uses no more of the original than necessary and has no negative effect on the market for the original work. Furthermore, this video is protected speech as outlined by the first amendment of The United States Constitution. Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes: Criticism; Comment; News reporting; Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom; Scholarship and research; Parody.

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