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Have a great week everyone!

"A man is accepted into a church for what he believes and he is turned out for what he knows."

- Mark Twain

That's hilarious phrasing, describing the genesis of the ark in the park. Will we soon see its exodus? What will be done with the place if it closes? Can we get the state of Kentucky to provide tax benefits for a different Bible story? Sodom and Gomorrah comes to mind. They could have reenactments of Lot offering his daughters to the angel-rapist community of Sodom. At their concession stands they could have salt shakers shaped like Mrs. Lot. The story of Lot impregnating his daughters would be a real winner too. We'll save the story of the tower of Babel for the state capital.

I detest Ken Ham and his kind. About 5 years ago I had a good discussion with PZ Myers about it when it was first proposed. I said then that I would lampoon the Ark in the Park as a lark whenever I could. Imagine if Noah and his wife Joan of Arc went around telling everyone that the world was only a few hundred years old and that god intended to drown everybody plus all the animals. But it is when I remind myself of what he intends to do to the minds of young children that I turn into bad company!!

Thanks, Reg!
Tony Perkins had to escape the Louisiana flood via canoe. It's a shame there wasn't an ark around for him to borrow. Perkins bullshiited himself silly, claiming THIS flood is basically a blessing from god, whereas OTHER floods are punishments brought down on homosexuals and other Democrats.

I think we are going to need a bigger boat! Jonathan Saenz is looking for his paddle.

Why is Mary in a glass box? Shouldn't her worshippers be allowed to touch her?

Catholics are really into their worship of idols and icons. The glass box is to stop them licking her.

If we had birds with names like Scarlet-rumped Trogon, and the Rufous Piculet, which we thought of as the sons-in-law of God, we might make better decisions than we do.
On "Dr Google", when I had my first oncologist visit for gastric leiomyosarcoma, the oncologist pulled up his information via Up-To-Date, sort of a wikipedia for doctors.
it's a rare cancer and I think he had never heard of it, although he would not admit that. His plan put me at danger in several ways, did not vaccinate me for pneumonia or shingles, both of which I got, and did not prepare me to prevent vitamin malnutrition, which also occurred. I self-paid for my own oncologist outside my health plan, which changed everything for the better.

Google did not go to medical school or residency, and as far as I know, you cant sue yourself for malpractice when you make the wrong medical choices via google.

Q: What do they call the poorest medical student in each year's graduating class? 

A: Dr.

Thanks Reg.

Read the article about the ark because I just think Hamm and his ilk are a scream. I keep reading that more and more people are fleeing religion and embracing secularism. It can't happen fast enough for me.

BTW: The link,, is progressivism on steroids...LOL! I thought was militant...


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