The tourist attraction of a Noah’s ark replica in Williamstown, Kentucky, is supposedly insured for rain damage. So now, the owners of Ark Encounter are suing their insurance companies about it. Some downpours–not a big flood, mind you–have caused about $1 million in damages to the big boat tourists go see and walk through.
I wonder how much the owners of Ark Encounter would claim in monetary damages if Williamstown had forty days and forty nights of rain. And then, how would that affect their business if their precious ark floated away to who knows where? What if it landed on Mount Ararat. I bet the Turks would love it and wouldn’t give it back to them. Then they’d be open for business.