Things people think are clever that really aren’t (part 1)

“@SENORHANK: Fix a perfect Dinner for an atheist or an agnostic than ask him if he believes there is a cook!”

This analogy needs some work.
Let’s see..
We need a chef with around 14 billion years
Cooking for 170 billion (1.7 × 10^11) restaurants.
Each with between ten million (10^7) to one hundred trillion (10^14) tables with varying numbers of places at each one..
Just to make one Dinner which, despite being advertised by his marketing department as “perfect”, is demonstrably unstable and a clash of violent tastes.

Sorry.. What was the question again?

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