Noah's Ark - Found! (again)

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    Little known fact: Noah is still paying storage fees on his boat.
     
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    It's a business expense that he's able to write off every year.
     
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    Does he own an arc welder?
     
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    I agree. Sitting on a tiny island surrounded by water and floating corpses, I would tend to set sail a little while longer and wait for the water to recede. But I wasn't the one chosen to be captain.
     
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    So I'm thinking if all the earth was covered for months all the trees and plants would be dead and I'd be taking the ark apart to re-use the wood for housing, animal pens, fencing etc. I probably would not leave it to rot on the top of a mountain.

    But...
     
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    Man...we’ve been going downhill

    From feminism the other day to the Pope, excrement, possibly relig......

    Is this place not sacred anymore!

    Edit: and I contribute with the picture above....
     
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    Noah's ark is in Kentucky .

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    Ya coulda given us a spoiler alert warning...
     
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    Seems like sarcasm worthy of a Brit!
     
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    Anyone know how many rabbits Noah had by the time he landed?
     
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    Noah’s ark is such a lovely, flowery story to teach as a children’s story, and to plaster cute pictures of…all over the place.

    It is textbook irony.
     
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    Just one.

     
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