--Well that about wraps it up for God--
||Sunday, April 13, 2003 at 7:26 PM
God: "I refuse to prove that I exist. For proof denies faith and without faith I am nothing."
Allan: "But what about having the anniversary of the first cell phone call just when we need a trivia question to prove that you don't exist? That and the Babel fish are dead giveaways aren't they? It proves that you exist and therefore you don't."
God: "Oh Dear, I hadn't thought of that." As he properly vanishes in a puff of logic.
Now some folks might consider this argument to be a load of dingo kidneys. But to have the "coincidence" of having the anniversary of the first cell phone call just when we need a trivia question about cell phones to prove that there is no God would have to be more than just a "coincidence." There would almost have to be some sort of divine intervention to weave all of those "coincidences" together. Thus, having the proof of divine intervention is proof enough to prove that there is no such thing as divine intervention. Therefore, there is no God.
Oh yeah, and the answer to this week's trivia question is Dr. Martin Cooper, of Motorola, made the first cell phone call by calling his rival at Bell Labs, Joel Engel.
Hmmm, here's an idea. How about next week, you ask an insignificant question about "stove top stuffing" and while searching for that answer I could accidentally find an answer for world peace.
||Tuesday, May 9, 2006 at 2:42 PM
That joke is a discrace to god!