I swear to god, when I saw other people doing this one, they all seemed to get away with about three people commenting. I thought I’d get it done in an idle afternoon. But noooo, you bastards all had to see what I had to say, didn’t you? I’ve got 17 of these bloody things to do in total. I’ll probably wind up writing more than I did for several university essays. Also, I keep having wildly improbably ideas for writing styles to do them in…
Also, I have just noticed that I’ve been averaging two to three posts a day for the last few days. For christ’s sake, someone tell me to shut up if I look like I’m in danger of becoming tedious (or more danger than usual, at any rate). I’d hate to get to the point where people feel compelled to defriend me for talking too much.
1:1 In the begnning, God created the heaven and the earth.
1:2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
1:4 And burge replied “Will you shut that sodding light off, I’m trying to get some sleep?”
1:5 And God saw the look on burge‘s face, and hastily turned the light back into darkness, and called it Night.
1:6 Day could wait.
1:7 Several Nights later burge found God sitting in the midst of the creation that he had wrought.
1:8 He had made an awful hash of it.
1:9 And burge took pity on God, and said unto him “Look, there’s these things called ‘physics’ and ‘evolution’. If you get them right at the start, the whole creation business takes care of itself.”
1:10 And God looked at her in shock, saying “Why didn’t I think of that?”
1:11 So God started all over again, and got it right this time.
1:12 But then he came up with this thing called “Free Will”. burge just looked at him and sighed.