Photo by Jim Radcliffe

The staff at the Cafe doesn’t get around much, and we don’t think much of cruises, either. The idea of being stuck way out at sea with a couple of hundred people suffering from “distress in the lower tract,” as the Pepto Bismol commercials delicately once said, does not appeal to us. Apparently, though, some people showed up after the Super Bowl with their own reasons for staying ashore.

“Don’t you just want to go on one of their cruises so you can stand on
the deck of a big cruise ship, look at the sea, and contemplate your
accidental beginnings-and perhaps worship the sea, because it gave birth
to you!” Ham asked sarcastically on his Around The World blog.
“Oh-and really, you can spend a lot of money on such a cruise, but
because you evolved from the sea and are just an evolved animal, and
when you die you won’t even know you existed-so you won’t even remember
the cruise-so what’s the point anyway? You just evolved to have an
ultimately meaningless existence!”

The staff at the Cafe noted that part of Ham’s most meaningful existence these days is suing the Commonwealth of Kentucky to get the tax rebates back for his Six Flags Over Genesis theme park. The staff loves Ken Ham and hopes he comes back soon, which is more than likely, I’d say.

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