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Egg vs. Critter
By Flying Fox AKA Ted L Glines
Wednesday, January 07, 2009

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People who have too much time on their hands like to spend it debating endlessly about silly topics. Creation vs. Big Bang comes to mind, and the old faithful chicken vs. egg ...

Egg vs. Critter
by Ted L Glines

Of course the egg came first, and out hatched the very first chicken. What laid that egg? It was not a chicken. It was likely a lizard, with the first chicken being a mutation. And that same lizard must have laid more chicken-eggs, making it possible for the mutation to be successful. Evolution works like that.

And then -- which came first; the lizard or the egg?

Of course the egg came first, and out hatched the very first lizard. What laid that egg? It was not a lizard. It was likely an amphibious fish, with the first lizard being a mutation. And that same amphibious fish must have laid more lizard-eggs, making it possible for the mutation to be successful. Evolution works like that.

And then -- which came first; the amphibious fish or the egg?

This could get into an almost endless string of same-paragraph evolvements of different critters. But, that is how evolution works, too. Cutting to the chase ...

Which came first; life or the egg?

Neither one. God came first. After having made a Big Bang which created the universe, God let things cool down a bit before going around to each of the barren planets. On each planet, God created an egg ...

Evolutionists and Creationists may feel free to quit warring with each other; their intellects will be more useful elsewhere. And UFO-hunters may well have a point.

Speaking of UFOs, someone asked, "If there are UFOs all over the place, why have none of them landed to meet us?" If you were an alien in your UFO, and you had been watching CNN, would you dare to land?

Oops ... I digressed ...

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Reviewed by Tom Hyland 1/11/2009
TED - fine write!

Creator vs, Critter - could there be one without the other?

which came first? was the Creator really the First Critter?

does it really matter? will either answer make any difference?

I THINK NOT ! Tom.
Reviewed by 000 000 1/9/2009
Funny stuff! Thanks for the laugh
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/8/2009
HiLARious; too funny! Thanks for the smiles; well done! Am saving this one for future reference!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 1/8/2009
Hey dude...that big-bang...was kind of a 4th of July fireworks because He was bored?

Georg

Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford 1/7/2009
Thank you Ted for clearing up the centuries old quandry of the chicken vs. the egg.

Any TV channel would discourage any alien watching from landing on earth. They, if they exist, know when they're well off. "Beam me up, Scotty."
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/7/2009
LOL Enjoyed this one...good points made with tongue in cheek.

fee
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/7/2009
If you were an alien in your UFO, and you had been watching CNN, would you dare to land?

Possibly, but if was the Fox Network I was watching from my spaceship, I'd immediately head for another galaxy!
Reviewed by Bonnie May 1/7/2009
OH Ted this is hilarious and thought provoking at the same time...No I certainly would't have landed if I heard the news on any station. Love and hugs for this delightful write. Love, Bonnie




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