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NOTE: I suppose this means that God is not perfect. Why would he regret doing something, unless he believes it was a mistake? And if he made a mistake, he therefore could not be perfect, could he? Of course, one might argue that committing (and later regretting) that mistake was all part of the Lord's perfect plan. But, then, some people will do anything for a laugh.

He also becomes 'sad' after murdering the entire human race in the flood of Noah.

That must have been awkward.."Sorry about that guys..Guess I just lost it there for a minute.."

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