BRANDOLAND: Talking to God...For You!

Monday, November 22, 2004

Oh, yeah. One more thing.

Apparently...the Grand Canyon? 6,000 years old.

Makes sense to me. Don't need that fancy science no more.


I'm so close to joining.

"Luke, I'm your father. Give in to the Dark Side of the Force, eh?"
"He saw Star Wars seventeen times."

More later...


  • Nice work on the clickable links. So much easier for us short attention span readers. My favorite quote from that article is "Then I met the Lord. Now I have a different view of the Canyon, which according to a biblical time scale, can’t possibly be more than a few thousand years old."
    Can't possibly be more than a few thousand years old...The dearth of imagination from creationists is astounding. It's almost like a species narcissism. "If my kind wasn't around then it just couldn't of happened because what could possibly have taken place that I wasn't involved in?" I think creationists (maybe not all) have some central fear (like the rest of us) of smallness, of mortality, of not being important...what is it? What is it that makes one so bent on trying to prove the importance of human existence and the irrelevance of everything else?

    By Blogger slowleak, at 7:55 PM  

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