But We Need the Eggs
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There’s an exchange above where my first reaction is “ugh,” but then I burst out in laughter. Because it reminds me of one of my favorite little movies, “Incident at Loch Ness.” The film is a collaboration between Werner Herzog and Zack Penn. It’s not as famous as Herzog’s collaborations with Klaus Kinski, or as well-known as any of his other documentaries.
Here’s a link to the trailer on YouTube and the relevant quotes
Herzog: Professor Karnow, do you actually believe in the monster?
Karnow: Absolutely. I mean there’s been 10,000 sightings of this thing over 1500 years.
Karnow: Show me one piece of evidence that proves this thing does not exist. They’re saying, show us the evidence. I’m saying, show us the non-evidence.
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