|Rovin - 2011-01-31 |
The person with Rev. before his name is the secular advocate. Five stars.
|Zarathustra00 - 2011-01-31 |
When the fat Kentucky furry video showed up, I immediately thought of how much poeTV and the Kentucky tag needed a video about this project.
|simon666 - 2011-01-31 |
|zurvan - 2011-01-31 |
I think the real question on everyone's mind, Mr. Ham, is... "Where you there?"
|Rofl Lobster - 2011-01-31 |
That was...unexpectedly civil.
Kinda refreshing, really.
Ham is one of the more civil and presentable Creationist sham-artists (I say this in terms of his Creation Museum's bullshit and now his taxpayer-wringing bullshit with this fiasco), good at keeping a relatively low profile in terms of recognition outside of Creationist circles.
Sure, he'll make sure to help you indoctrinate your kids to hate and fear science and reason, he'll do so quite openly and honestly, but he won't try and make a big production out of it when outsiders come knocking like Comfort and Cameron or Hovind do/did.
This might be the most exposure he's gotten from the outside world to date, actually, some of the hairs on the back of his neck connected to the rest of that beard must be standing on end right now, warning him to scuttle back under the fridge.
|phalsebob - 2011-01-31 |
And next year they are funding the Muslim creation museum.
I heartily encourage less people to be here on Derby. It's getting close to impossible to perform daily tasks in half the city during that time. That, and when I've seen my fifth stretch hummer of the day overflowing with drunks, a little part of me dies inside. Let's see, other tourism draws? We've got...gambling? And cheap whisky? Oh! You can go on Whisky tasting tours in Bardstown, Ky. There are a number of big name distillers out there. We had Kentucky Kingdom, with it's menagerie of managerial problems, spotty safety record, and lack of funds. It's currently closed and supposedly will reopen sometime this year. Maybe. You can visit the Falls of the Ohio, but the river is so polluted you don't want to be in close proximity. There are literally posted signs telling you not to touch the water. If you enjoy parks/walking you can always try Cave Hill cemetery and Cherokee park, but it's easy to get lost. The Louisville Zoo is worth a visit. Encourage your children to chase the peacocks. If you are a sports fan, we have the Slugger Museum and two stadiums. The Science Center has an IMAX theater, and the Frazier International History Museum is next door. If you like architecture, there are many historical buildings such as the Brown Hotel downtown, and the homes of the Old Louisville neighborhood. Entertainment wise, The Palace, Actors Theater, and the Kentucky Center for Performing Arts always have something going on. But uh, yeah, try not to stray too far out of town if you do visit.
And also we have good pot.
|Nyms Lives! - 2011-02-01 |
6:20 - make up your mind, sir. When others use AiG's statements (about the park) to show this is primarily a ministerial undertaking like the creation museum, he's like "Oh, no, AiG is just one of a whole bunch of business ventures, you can't use us to paint the whole park". But then when the numbers of tourism dollars they're claiming will be brought in are questioned he refutes it with "But we (AiG) have a proven track record with the creation museum".
|Rape Van Winkle - 2011-02-01 |
I agree with Barry Lynn on everything here.
I think it's unfortunate that he hurts his credibility with snide digs at the other guy and his beliefs.
At least he's giving Ken Ham a chance to act persecuted.
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