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    After the Flood, the animals were told to “be fruitful and multiply on the earth”
    I wonder what language was used to "tell" the animals to be fruitful and multiply on the earth?  I doubt any animals understood Hebrew or whatever language Noah spoke.

    Actually, I wonder if Noah could speak at all, since he is not quoted a single time in Genesis.

    But back to the animals.  Let's think about this like a creationist.  Maybe Noah learned animal languages and you know, barked instructions to dogs, whinnied instructions to horses, baaa-ed instructions to sheep and so on.

    Or maybe he just used pornographic hand gestures.  And if he did, would they get it?  Especially the flies.  I mean, how in the world could a fly relate, you know?

    I don't know about you, but I never worried about animals sitting around pondering whether or not to "go forth and multiply."  They have always seemed to do it spontaneously, and dogs, for example, if they don't have another dog, they hump your leg.  That may have been the result of a miscommunication I suppose, or it could have been the result of severe boredom after being cooped up in a floating menagerie for a fricking year.  I'd probably be humping somebody's leg too.

    This young earth creationism business is WORK!!!

    Ted Cruz president? Pardon my Vietnamese, but Ngo Pho King Way.

    by ZedMont on Thu Apr 10, 2014 at 08:23:21 PM PDT

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