Our long-time readers remember Kirk Cameron, the creationist boy wonder. He was featured in many of our early posts — e.g. Kirk Cameron and the Crocoduck, and also Kirk Cameron: World’s Dumbest Human? In case you somehow missed it, here’s another chance to see him in his supporting role in Ray Comfort’s famous “Banana video”.
Now that we’ve refreshed your memory, get ready for a treat, because among the banana boy’s fans is Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. We just found something amazing at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), his creationist ministry. It’s titled “Living Room Reset” with Kirk Cameron at the Ark Encounter, November 19. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
Do you need a “living room reset”? [What the flaming *bleep* is that?] The events of 2020 have added new pressures to many marriages and families. Find encouragement and heartfelt conversation about marriage and parenting with well-known actor Kirk Cameron (you might know him from the TV shows Growing Pains or The Way of the Master with Ray Comfort).
The banana boy can save your marriage? Amazing! Hambo then says:
He’s coming to the Answers Center at the Ark Encounter [Gasp!] one night only, November 19, from 6–9 pm for his “Living Room Reset” event. [Link omitted!]
Kirk Cameron, the banana boy, will be at Hambo’s Ark Encounter? Wowie — our cup runneth over! After that stunning information, Hambo tells us:
During this three-hour special event, you’ll hear what has brought the most peace and blessing to their home and some personal and heartfelt messages from Kirk about the things that have made the most valuable differences in his 26-year marriage and with their six kids.
You don’t want to miss that! Hambo continues:
Of course, we encourage all attendees to arrive earlier in the day and purchase a separate ticket to tour the full-size Noah’s Ark. The Ark Encounter, along with the Creation Museum (only 45 interstate minutes away), are the two leading Christian themed attractions in the world.
We know all that. Oh — Hambo ends with this vital information:
You can purchase tickets to “Living Room Reset” through Kirk Cameron’s event page. [Link omitted!] Space is limited, so be sure to secure your spot today.
We know you’re going, dear reader. When you get there, tell ’em the Curmudgeon sent ya!
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