@Proactive Citizenry , i didn't notice till i read your comment, i still read it as eliminate :/
Thanos doesn’t need an ark though. He leaves 1/2 of everything alive, and doesn’t ask you to build a boat while drunk. He truly is the lazy man’s deity...
@A Blunt Object, really doesn’t solve the problem if he eliminates half of all the plants and trees and fish and everything
Well he didn’t say that because I am@pretty sure “elemite” is not a word. And Thanos* edit see below* only planned to destroy half, not all and start over
@Mkb617, I don't think thanks planned to destroy half of everything, but I think thanos did.
Gentlemen, we got em
@UIWIU, darn it
@Mkb617, in Endgame he did plan to destroy everything and start over because the survivors were “ungrateful”
@Reezy F Baby, yeah but Is a plan that only lasts 5 minutes before you are destroyed really count as a plan? Lol
@Mkb617, hey he got closer to his goal then the area51 rioters did
Thanos never wanted to eliminate everyone. Did you even watch the movies?
@The real meowman, Well, toward the end of Endgame he said he was going to destroy the universe and remake it in his vision, basically because he was sick of the Avengers' shjt.
@Neil Dylandy, that is true, he did briefly want to kill everyone
People were probably raping each other constantly and sh!t. They could have gotten on the ark. Thanos randomly killed people good or wicked/rapey
@TomPholio, Even the children and infants? Really my guy? Are you ignorant, naive, or stupid?
@LaDarkProphet, I mean yeah they were probably living in the worst possible conditions, so maybe death was a better alternative. So naive i guess if you're the judge.
Odd how the two halves of the bible describe this being almost like he’s two completely different people
@eleven, Careful now. You might make some people think for themselves now. Cant be having that.
@LaDarkProphet, questions are the death of religon
@eleven, second part of the bible says hes coming back with a sword to judge everyone... you must not have actually read the bible.
@phalcon , no I tend to only read books that written by competent writers not people ripping off a bunch of other better put together mythology and then claiming it as fact
@eleven, ah so you admit your just talking out your arse, and are just willfully ignoant.
@phalcon , noah’s flood was ripped straight from the epic of gilgamesh
@eleven, what makes you think that? Would it be that, Gilgamesh dates, to around 2100bc, and genesis 1400bc?
While that may seem like proof one came from the other, That isn't a logical conclusion though.
You assume that the flood wasn't a, historical event but fiction. Now if you even hypothetically consider it could have been a historical event, lots of people would have know about it and had developed legends. First historical writing doesn't prove which account is more accurate of historical events.
Also if you study a, world wide pretty much every culture has a, flood account. This includes cultures that had zero connection to each other.
Well God didn't kill EVERYONE now did he?
He let that drunk Noah and his family know what was up before He destroyed the world. Lesson? Keep drinking.
I said do you speak-a my language?
He just smiled and made me an elimite sandwich.