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Denial, creationists and a monument to Noah.


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Anyone want to visit?
 

https://arkencounter.com/

 

Being Christian has a theme park for the duller of their believers. After all they only hire Christians and the earth is still young.



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If there's no dinosaur riding Jesus, why even go?
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There are dinosaurs mixed in with the regular animals! Traveling to Kentucky to go and buy a ticket for 40$, that maybe hard. I would love to go back and visit L-ville though.



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I'll go if I can ride a dinosaur.



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That better be a damn big ark.



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A bunch of my cousins are planning a trip. I don't get the draw.

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I think it'd be cool to see.

 

I think someone needs to make a SJW theme park.



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I think it'd be cool to see.

 

I think someone needs to make a SJW theme park.

What would that be? A bunch of segregated safe zones?


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Yelling.  



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Ugh, formatting blew up.  Is there a delete button I'm not seeing?



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I think it'd be cool to see.

 

I think someone needs to make a SJW theme park.

What would that be? A bunch of segregated safe zones?

 

Overpriced places that cater to their patrons' desire to escape the realities of the world and live in a fantasy bubble?

They already exist.  We call them universities.


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I think it'd be cool to see.

 

I think someone needs to make a SJW theme park.

What would that be? A bunch of segregated safe zones?

 

And only one bathroom


Edited by Good God a Bear, 08 July 2016 - 12:36 PM.

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I think it'd be cool to see.

 

I think someone needs to make a SJW theme park.

Already in existence, but its a multi-location park--just visit the NBC offices in NY, the Advocate, Huffington Post and the White House. Make sure you take a good lawyer with you, in case they block your entrance for believing/saying the wrong things.



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That better be a damn big ark.


Built to the bibles specifications by the Amish!

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I would check it out if I were passing through, even though I believe it is the first of it's kind. Would probably be pretty cool.

 

Would like to see them put all the critters and food in it and "survive" the flood though. They have the perfect opportunity to prove that the possibility exists after all (minus the seasickness and such). No need for water, just lock the doors from the outside.



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SJW theme park: Any ivy league arts and humanities department you can think of!


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Actually, now that I think about it, the fresh water supply would probably be the biggest problem.



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Then again, If God found enough water to cover the entire earth maybe the salinity would be low enough for consumption...



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Except that it's just an old wives tale and none of it happened..

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Neither did Star Wars. You still watched the movie.



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True, but no one has built a life sized star destroyer in the desert somewhere and is charging admission for people to see it because they actually believe the events of Star Wars happened in reality and exactly as they are depicted in the films.

I mean, it's a pretty impressive structure... But really??

Edited by Odine, 09 July 2016 - 08:00 AM.


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I would absolutely go see a life sized star destroyer.
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So would I. But millions of people aren't taught that Star Wars is fact, so we could go see a star destroyer and be like.. Wow cool movie.

Whereas in this situation kids are being dragged along to the arc so they can witness a part of "history".

Edited by Odine, 09 July 2016 - 08:18 AM.


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Some people do seriously consider Jedi to be their religion. I know one. He has a kid. So you never know.

But yeah, I get your point and agree with it.

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To be honest, "Jedi" and "the force" are more plausible narratives than most biblical content. If you wanna believe the allegories then fine. If you like the community spirit and the general teachings fine, I can deal with that. Start teaching your offspring that the events of the bible are fact, that they happened as verbatim is tantamount to child abuse IMO.



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