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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Jun 15 11:23 PM

June 16th, 2016: The Ark

Unfortunately all the pictures of Noah’s Ark were lost when his smartphone got wet.
But we’ve been blessed with this 230 foot replica by a Dutch carpenter named Johan Huibers.
He built it after he dreamed of a flood in his home town. In retrospect I suspect the deep fried onion rings and pink lemonade float
might be the key to divine guidance. I know they made me see god.

Sadly, while the Ark was being towed into Oslo harbor, someone lost control and crashed into the moored Coast Guard patrol
vessel Nornen. I suspect Satan had a hand in that stroke of misfortune.

Here we see one of the animals onboard the Ark desperately scanning the water for the D… Uh… her mate.

The Ark is now owned by the Ark of Noah Foundation, which was planning on bringing the educational vessel across the Atlantic
to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic Games this summer.

Across the Atlantic... Hmm, I’d suggest this…


Clodfobble  Thursday Jun 16 08:41 AM

My favorite part is the 4,500 year old tires.

footfootfoot  Thursday Jun 16 03:11 PM

He framed it like a house. When I first saw all those horizontal strips I thought he maybe laminated the hull with 2x8s or something and expected the crash to do damage to the coast guard boat.

He also has a seam fright down the front rather than staggering the boards.

Amazing amount of time and money to end up with such a flimsy boat.

glatt  Thursday Jun 16 03:18 PM

looks like he just framed a big wooden house on an old garbage barge.

fargon  Thursday Jun 16 03:54 PM

What glatt said.

Gravdigr  Thursday Jun 16 06:09 PM

A garbarge?

SPUCK  Friday Jun 24 04:17 AM

Originally Posted by Gravdigr View Post
A garbarge?
You cracked me up.

Gravdigr  Friday Jun 24 04:30 PM

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