Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Dinosaur Adventure Seizure

So, Christian fundamentalist minister Kent Hovind and his wife Jo are currently serving prison terms for tax evasion. Hovind argued that since he was employed by God, he didn't have to cough up payroll taxes for his employees. Turns out he was wrong. But he still owes the government $430,400, which they now plan on recouping by selling Hovind's creationist theme park, Dinosaur Adventure Land. The park was meant to show children how dinosaurs and people walked together 6,000 years ago, when the Earth was created. So if anyone wants to create an actual dinosaur-related theme park in Pensacola, Florida, you'd better get it while the getting's good. Just knock the saddles and riders off the triceratopses, and you're golden. One warning, though. If you don't have a log ride, I'm not interested. More details here.