I ran three focus groups yesterday in Cincinnati and the topic of discussion was refrigerated heat and serve entrees; you know, the things you stick in the microwave, heat up for a few minutes, and call dinner.
I started the session asking people what they thought of the idea of these products as a whole, and one woman said she did not like these types of products. The conversation went something like this:
Mike: “And what do you think of these products, Molly?”
Molly: “I do not like them.”
Mike: “And what are all the reasons you can think of why these are a turn-off for you?”
Molly: “I only have one.”
Mike: “Let’s hear it.”
Molly: “I don’t like these products because the Bible tells you these products are not good for you.”
Mike: “Where in the Bible does it say that heat and serve refrigerated entrees are not good for you?”
Molly: “Well, the Bible says not to eat unclean foods.”
Mike: “What did you feed your daughter for dinner last night?”
Everyone else: “LOL”
You really can’t make this stuff up.
What I want to know, though, is if the Book of Genesis tells us not to eat unclean foods (i.e. anything except vegetables/fruits), what did people eat after the great flood when all vegetation was wiped out? I am guessing a lot fewer animals made it off of the Ark than on the Ark.
This leads to a final question, how many of each animal did Moses put on the Ark?
If you answered two, you are wrong. Moses did not build an Ark, Noah did.