Yeah so you'll get it if you've heard the original quote. It was, "Evolution, Fairy Tales for grownups." It was a book written by Ray Comfort. I found the quote interesting because it kind of ignores the fact that many adults believe in the story of Genesis as the origin of all life. But it sounds so mythical. But that's not my main problem with the story of Genesis. Because if you've read it, it has two versions in which the animals come first and then the second version has man coming first. I won't even get to the conversation that this story justifies Sexism. The point is that all the things on earth showing up magically with talking animals and bitchy godfather who grants wishes is ridiculous. It's not to say that there isn't a god, but it's just that the story itself is not real and science and archaeology has debunked this story as a myth. The bible says that all life began in Iraq when the origin of man was in the East African Rift. But other creation myths are also beyond ridiculous. My point is that we can't accept to believe in something without questioning it. I mean we were taught this as kids, but that's kids stuff and we need to grow up.