Damn, I Have Delayed My Adventure Trip For Too Long.

A destination is no more:


A ruling by U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers states that the nine properties that make up Dinosaur Adventure Land as well as two bank accounts associated with the park will be used to satisfy $430,400 owed to the federal government.

Kent Hovind, who founded the park and a ministry, Creation Science Evangelism, is serving 10 years in federal prison for failing to pay the Internal Revenue Service more than $470,000 in employee taxes.

He was found guilty in November 2006 on 58 counts, including failure to pay employee taxes and making threats against investigators.

Clearly, the government is after conservative Christians – this clearly spells “persecution” and “they were framed” – how will I know learn about this… errr, Creation Science? Interestingly enough, Hovind’s bio does not mention the fact that he is in jail.