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Ian O'Doherty: Don't tase me, bro
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Thursday, 25 March 2010 22:56
Ian O'Doherty from Independent.ie covered John Gibbon's remark about creating a taser application for climate skeptics.

And, as a result of all this contrary data, the global warming theorists are now threatening violence.

That's certainly the case with former Irish Times columnist John Gibbons who has come up with an interesting way to deal with people who ask him awkward questions -- electrocuting them.

After being hauled over the coals by expert debunker, the Irish documentary maker Phelim McAleer, Gibbons tweeted that he wants Apple to add a Taser to the iPhone so: "I could detect denialist bullshit and administer a powerful non-lethal shock to the bullshitter.

"I, for one, would be prepared to beta test this imaginary device on Phelim 'Mad Dog' McAleer, a towering right-wing mockumentary maker who was intellectually separated at birth from Sarah Palin."

Honestly -- what is it with Irish Times people?

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