Owners of Noah's Ark replica file lawsuit....

by TD 9 Replies latest social humour

  • TD

    ...over rain damage.

    I guess they don't make them like they used to.


  • waton

    They dont make rain like the used to either, that virgin rain (never happened before) of Noah's day fell at the rate of 10 meters an hour

  • sparky1

    Lawyers for the insurance company had a 'watertight' defense:

    "We certainly feel for the owners of the Ark. However, since the plaintiff could not produce 'two witnesses' to prove that the rain had caused a landslide and indeed 'molested' the road leading up to the Ark, we are unable to provide monetary compensation. Our hearts go out to all our clients that have been affected by rain and we 'abhor' any damage that rain may cause. Because of the confidential nature of our conversation between the Ark owners and our insurance agents we must claim 'client confidentiality' and will not produce any documents relating to our handling of this and other rain damage cases. The insuring agent is a private contractor and sells insurance for our company on a voluntary basis and in no way represents the parent company in a fiduciary nature. We ask that the court dismiss this case without prejudice."

  • Simon

    I love that their building of the ark really proves the ridiculousness of the story. All you have to do is calculate the man-power that went into the construction and then ask "could an old guy, without power tools and other equipment do that?"

    The answer is a clear "no".

    Oh, and he was collecting every species that ever lived and keeping them alive and fed while he built it at the same time.

    Or else did they just show up on leaving day, before the rain started? The more you think about the little details, the more crazy it becomes.

  • blondie

    Where was god's blessing on them then and now?

  • Still Totally ADD
    Still Totally ADD

    Blondie I was thinking the same thing. Why isn't god protecting them from heavy rain? Maybe it's sign from god to tell them all to get a life and stop telling people a fable as being real. Still Totally ADD

  • Steve_C

    If you don't know the satirical Facebook page and YouTube site Mrs. Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian, you really should check them out. Here's what she had to say about this "historically accurate" Noah's Ark exhibit...

  • Vidiot

    Jeezus, I though that needing modern technology just to actually build it was funny.

    But flood damage? That's a whole 'nother level.

  • Lost in the fog
    Lost in the fog

    We had an elder who told people that Noah's Ark had a pitched roof to keep the rain off it.

    And brothers would show him the picture in the Society's literature of the ark with a flat roof. But he insisted that the brother who studied with him said it was pitched. So it must have been an upturned V shape on the top.

    Then it finally dawned on the others that the fool was mistaking a roof covered with pitch with the idea of a pitched roof.


  • redvip2000

    Why do they have all sorts of cranes and heavy machinery around?

    If they really wanted to be real, they would procure an old man, give him a hammer and a saw, and a few nails, and tell him to do the best he can. No other equipment whatsoever, and no access to hardware stores. We could then see what the end product would look like

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