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Posted by Box Holder on January 14, 2002 21:36:52 UTC

: What was the Creator
of the Universe doing
during the 160-million year
Age of the Dinosaurs
on Earth?

1) Whatever it was must
have been very amusing
to keep Him too busy to
check the progress of His
work for so long!
2) Crawling along the
jungle floor in the bodies
of animals which evolved
into Pantotheres
3) On vacation in the
Red Light District
in a star like Betelgeuse.
4) Trying to debug the
"holographic life program"
to reset after it froze in
confusion over paradoxes in
the "problem of free will."

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