I know it’s Sunday and all.
But it has been a long, hard, exhausting week, and I have been needing a laugh.
It came from a place I have found to be a most trustworthy source for humor.
Here’s the report from the Louisville Courier-Journal:
The owner of the life-size replica of Noah’s Ark in Northern Kentucky has sued its insurers for refusing to cover, of all things … rain damage.
Ark Encounter, which unveiled the 510-foot-long model in 2016, says that heavy rains in 2017 and 2018 caused a landslide on its access road, and its five insurance carriers refused to cover nearly $1 million in damages.
In a 77-page lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court, Ark Encounter asks for compensatory and punitive damages.
The ark itself was not damaged and the road has been rebuilt, according to the suit.
The park is open, said Melany Ethridge, a spokeswoman at the attraction’s Dallas-based public relations firm, who only laughed when informed that Ark Encounter had sued over flood damage.
“You got to get to the boat to be on the boat,” she said.
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Read Chaplain Mike’s classic essay, “The Disney-ization of Faith,” which was written when the Ark project was being announced and promoted.