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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by GeneB, Sep 26, 2021.
I think you might have been the 3rd kid kicked out of that class too.
One of my numerous ex-brothers in law is named Tim.
Little known fact: Noah is still paying storage fees on his boat.
It's a business expense that he's able to write off every year.
Didn't exist if Indy didn't look for it!
Does he own an arc welder?
I agree. Sitting on a tiny island surrounded by water and floating corpses, I would tend to set sail a little while longer and wait for the water to recede. But I wasn't the one chosen to be captain.
I can’t see your picture, is it this?, located in my wonderful state
So I'm thinking if all the earth was covered for months all the trees and plants would be dead and I'd be taking the ark apart to re-use the wood for housing, animal pens, fencing etc. I probably would not leave it to rot on the top of a mountain.
Man...we’ve been going downhill
From feminism the other day to the Pope, excrement, possibly relig......
Is this place not sacred anymore!
Edit: and I contribute with the picture above....
Quoth the Raven - Nevermore!
One thing I learned in Sunday school and in public school is that what we were told to believe is the truth. What other cultures were told to believe is mythology. My take home lesson from that was that it’s all mythology. The truth has evidence behind it.
‘The flood’ was just the Bosphorus breaching from the Med to make the Black sea 7600 years ago.. covering 100,000 km2. Quite a shock for the locals who passed the story down the generations.
200 Niagaras for a year…
Noah's ark is in Kentucky .
Ya coulda given us a spoiler alert warning...
The world’s changed a bit over the years……………….
Seems like sarcasm worthy of a Brit!
Anyone know how many rabbits Noah had by the time he landed?
Noah’s ark is such a lovely, flowery story to teach as a children’s story, and to plaster cute pictures of…all over the place.
It is textbook irony.