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I wanted to draw Quazar looking at his watch to demonstrate his impatience, but it's really hard to draw a watch on a stick figure without a hand or fingers. It ended up just looking like his arm was a strange plus-sign so I removed it.



Spectre100 writes:



TBman256 writes:


yeah, you could have given quazar a pocket watch

Katy writes:


god wanted to grow some marryjoowanna so he could prep for the platypus ... no time for all that science stuff!

This Site is a FAIL. writes:


A day on GOD's time as stated before is on a whole other timeline than man's in this perspective.

please honestly & properly read the bible for once.

This Site is a FAIL.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@This Site is a FAIL.: I have, yet I find no mention of God's day being different than the planet's. Could you please direct me to a specific chapter and verse that explains what you're claiming?

Allanon6666 writes:


I can't believe I'm about to agree with TSIAF, but I want to say that it's a passage in Revelations. At least, that's what I've heard, so I could be wrong.

Dixieland Delight writes:


Here's the verse:

2 Peter 3:8 'But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.'

Katy writes:


A man prayed "God, what is a million years to you?" and God replied "A mere second, my son" The man prayed again "God, what is a million dollars to you?" and God replied "A penny, my child" The man prayed once more "Lord, please give me a penny" and God replied "In a second .."

Biblical Scholar writes:


A day may or may not be a day as we determine it noe. Based loosely on the translation from ancient Hebrew, the days could be 24 hour periods such as we use now. They might also be an age/era. Hence, paleolithic, jurassic, and all those, could have been the 'days'. And extrapolating from this, evolution could be a thing God gave the universe, and having only humankind not be evolved from a previous primate. Ergo, the reason we have a missing link. The Big Bang also could have been caused by God, as his days also could have been decided on a whim. "Ok I'm bored now. Let's have dark again!"

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


I'll agree that the word "day" is ambiguous, and we still not sure what caused the big bang. However, the fossil record and the human genome together are undeniable evidence for human evolution. So, unless God is a trickster, and he put all those fossils there and manipulated our genetics just to tease us, it's pretty safe to say humans evolved.

wm writes:


my preacher said tat a minuite to god is like a million years to us so yah by the end of the day he made plants there about


Oh the irony!