• http://www.facebook.com/ehbrada Lawrence Panis

    Well, when you put it that way, he was kind of a dick. LMAO

  • Lost

    Damn that's some funny stuff!!! Never seemed like a dick back then… That's priceless now!!!

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  • old lady

    creative editing… satire, I guess, but is it satire if people have no context? not cool to try and make Mr Wizard look bad

  • tiredofwhining

    You have to understand that when this was airing, this was the way children were treated by adults. The rule then was "children should be seen and not heard." I don't know how many times I would tell my mother about something great I had done and she'd reply, "Pat yourself on the back, break your arm." I wasn't until baby boomers became parents that suddenly people started worrying about kids' feeiings. You notice that non of the kids he's interacting with seem the slightest bit upset about the way they are being treated. THIS WAS LIFE FOR KIDS IN THE 50s and 60s. Back then, I LOVED Mr. Wizard.

  • ChristophersonofGray

    W H A T ! 😉

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