(meanwhile, over at the AiG HQ...)
Bob: "Hey, Ken, what day is it today?"
Ken: "January 5th..."
Bob: (writes) "Jan-u-ary, fif-th."
Bob: "Six-teen... what?!"
Ken: "It's January 5th, 1611."
Bob: "Er, I don't think so."
Ken: "Sure it is, it says so on my desk calendar, right here."
Bob: "Ken, that's a piece of rock with 1/5/1611 scratched on it."
Ken: "Your point?"
Bob: "Desk calendars are those little blocks with one page a day that you tear off every morning? You know? So they always show the current date?"
Ken: "No, Bob, this always shows the current date."
Bob: "No, it always shows the same date!"
Ken: "Well of course, what are you going to trust more? A calendar that has never changed since it was made or one that needs revising again and again, every day?"
Bob: "Good point." (writes again) "...el-ev-en. Well that's the lease on the second creation museum done, we've agreed to lease the land from today, January 5th, 1611, to the end of 2010, a term of 399 years. Hmm, it doesn't look like the budget's going to cover it, Ken."
Ken: "Damn accountants! Can't anyone do their jobs properly? It's like those damn engineers who kept saying we needed more than 90 yards of joists to support the ceiling of our new 90 foot circular auditorium. Even after I showed them where the bible said they were wrong!"