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Dutchman Builds Full Size Replica Of The ArK


ThePhantomFlanFlinger
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To all of you that are questioning his reason for him building this: He's going to have the last laugh when it rains for 40 days and 40 nights again lol

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wow tats fast. and only in 3 years. makes the dude who built the model 'haunted'model titanic sound uhh slow. unless he exaggerated

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In the bible it said the ark was made of Gopher Wood. But to my knowlege nobody knows what tree it came from.

unless it's extinct or just another name for a tree.

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He should try to sail it across the Atlantic. Maybe he could invite Ken Ham along for the ride.

I bet he wouldn't even get out of the Channel.

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That's one big a$$ ship.

Good god, talk about obsessive compulsive disorder.

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Hey gOOdfella...

Have you met Skookum yet?

Cheers for saving me some leg work.

I was leaning towards the waste of money point of view, but this looks jaw dropping. To some it may be a waste of time and money, but visitors to the smaller trial version generated a profit of $1.2 million. Not bad for a (smaller) wooden boat.

I guess I missed that post! Not bad at all, was able to make a profit from it even...

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I guess I missed that post! Not bad at all, was able to make a profit from it even...

Glad you go to see the pictures in the end gOOdfella, a picture paints a thousand words. :)

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i want to know why there weren't any dinosaurs on the so called ark seeing as these numpties think we lived at the same time as they did...

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