Penn & Teller: Bullshit!: Season 2, Episode 2

Safety Hysteria (8 Apr. 2004)

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Penn and Teller ask why we are so scared things such as cell phone radiation, terrorism, school shootings, and crime when the chances of being a victim are so low.

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Penn and Teller ask why we are so scared things such as cell phone radiation, terrorism, school shootings, and crime when the chances of being a victim are so low.

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