By Hemant Mehta
When Ark Encounter celebrates its first anniversary this July, atheists and other science advocates will be on hand to protest. And they’re bringing along the same sign that was rejected by billboard companies last year.
You might recall the peaceful protest that took place last year near the highway ramp en route to the giant ship. It was the first thing many visitors saw as they made their way to Ken Ham‘s park.
Organizers also tried paying for a version of this billboard:
(You can see a high resolution version of it here. Look closely and you might spot a familiar face!)
Unfortunately, the sign for “Genocide and Incest Park” was rejected by advertisers. An alternative version of the billboard, with a giant “censored” sticker over the main words, didn’t work either. So the organizers eventually just made their own banner and hoisted it at eye-level.
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