Tuesday, July 18, 2006
With Friends Like These . . .
So far, I have laid off Kent Hovind's latest problems with the law. Tromping on Hovind now has much in common with "sports" involving fish, barrels and sticks of dynamite.
But now that he has plead not guilty "under duress," (for no doubt totally unconscious humor purposes), I just want to note that once when he was questioned about whether he really had the money to pay the $250,000 offer he had (bogusly) made, he said "A wealthy friend of mine has the money in the bank."
I guess we all know who that "friend" was now.
[Actually, I snitched it off John Stears fine site, No Answers in Genesis!]