Things are starting to look better for the proposed Noah’s Ark theme park to be built by a corporate partnership including the creationist empire of Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the Australian who brought you Answers in Genesis (AIG) and the mind-boggling Creation Museum.
As you know, ol’ Hambo has been reeling from a barrage of unfavorable publicity that his latest venture has generated. For a good example of this, see our recently posted Ken Ham v. Jay Leno.
But the tide has turned. The wind has shifted. The press now seems to be favorably disposed toward Hambo’s heavenly dream. Or so Hambo says. What’s happened to signal this journalistic turnaround? Stay with us; all will be revealed.
At the AIG website we find: Refreshing Article on the Ark Encounter. It was written by ol’ Hambo himself. Here are some excerpts, with bold added by us:
It is refreshing, amidst the onslaught of secularist propaganda articles full of falsehoods and personal attacks, to read an accurate article about the proposed Ark Encounter.
At last, Hambo can see light at the end of the tunnel. Everything will be going his way from now on. Let’s read some more:
This news article comes from the very popular WorldNetDaily news source.
WorldNetDaily? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! That absolutely execrable, incurably crazed creationist rag is a winner of our Buffoon Award.
Hambo then gives us nine — count ’em, nine! — paragraphs lovingly copied from WorldNetDaily. We won’t give you any excerpts because that would ruin the suspense. Instead, here’s a link to the WND story that has lifted Hambo’s spirits: Noah’s ark coming to Kentucky. Click over there to see what has Hambo all excited.
That’s all there is to Hambo’s post — just the welcome information that news coverage of his Ark Park is finally becoming supportive. We’re happy for ol’ Hambo. With WND on his side, he can’t fail.
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