Encountered upon the Interwebs

I will confess that it had already been wondering about being marveled at when I found it, and that its authenticity is not guaranteed.


38 responses to this post.

  1. I have seen this before. Many times. Yet, its awesomeness is never diminished — proving its divine power.


  2. Bahahaha. This never gets old.

    I love the optimistic “but he probably did”!


  3. Posted by robpixaday on September 11, 2010 at 4:54 pm


    I’m trying so hard not to giggle.

    Then Noah certainly had a big boat. And that must be the amazing 12-toed Disciplesaurus up there, roaring beatifically. Very cool.


  4. Posted by robpixaday on September 11, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    I’m SO going to Hell.

    ::climbs into the handbasket and rolls home::


  5. Of course the Creation Museum would approve:


  6. okay, i had to look this up – lol! – i read the writing on the top right ” Beginner’s Bible Coloring Book” – and googled

    turns out, it’s a parody (of course, it might have been real – sadly, i’m sure there are real books out there like this) – hehehe – in this link, there’s more of the page on the bottom, with silly color “hints”

    here’s another one, from the guy’s gallery



  7. p.s. here’s this guy’s web page and entire gallery


  8. HHAHA!! I saw that pic last year, at the start of my dinosaur poems!


  9. [<b}isto é bom

    I figured it was a parody… 😉


  10. hmm – here’s something related that’s NOT a parody (in case you guys hadn’t heard of it

    get a load of the last pic – a statue of a dinosaur with a SADDLE on it (you know, cause Adam and Eve were big riders)



  11. Posted by geologywoman on September 12, 2010 at 1:00 am

    Of course, I love it!


  12. Posted by robpixaday on September 12, 2010 at 7:07 am

    It’s a parody?
    Oh gosh. I’m sorry I mocked it, then.
    Double-mocking cancels itself out, doesn’t it?


  13. I assure you, someone somewhere is taking it seriously, hence it is authentic in its own way. I mean, the Creationism museum is real, and they insist people rode dinosaurs.


    • Posted by paikea on September 13, 2010 at 5:34 pm

      and that’s the scary part! – i have a link to the creation museum from Science Blogs up there, with the picture of the dinosaur in a saddle – sheesh – it’s crazy, Red!


      • Thank, um, god, that all of us rational peeps are here!!! :p


      • Posted by paikea on September 13, 2010 at 7:15 pm

        gah!! – and there’s another thing i’ve been musing about – i was raised to be religious, so my “default” is to “thank god” – i now switch it to “thank dog”, being an atheist and all – of course, people “look” at me kind of weird when i do – but, frankly, i think i have more to thank the dogs in my life for than any god – so, to me, it makes perfect sense! – basically, what i’m saying is, now ,when i say “thank dog”, you know where i’m coming from:) – as one of my new peeps and all – heheheh


      • Lol!
        I like Thank Dog better, too!

        And yes, we do know where you are coming from!

        I’ll sometimes say “Thank goodness” because…well…..it’s better to thank goodness than badness. And if I use Thank Dog too much around my uber religious relatives I start arguments. 😉


  14. Well, thank dog we got that straightened out!


  15. Posted by paikea on September 13, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    see? it works:) – lol! (and then you get the *whoosh* memories of all the great dogs in your life – it’s all good:)


    • Sometimes the memories of dog “whooshes” aren’t so great……speaking of gas here! Bahaha!!


      • Posted by paikea on September 14, 2010 at 3:10 am

        lol! – oh yeah – one of my parent’s dogs is this big Newfie/bear mix and boy, can he clear a room! – i swear he’s totally pleased with himself, too

        parents…speaking of arguments with uber religious relatives…


      • Posted by paikea on September 14, 2010 at 3:11 am

        ah – thank goodness – that’s one i always forget about! – i kind of feel like i’m 80 saying it, though – lol!


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