For some reason, the folks at Ark Encounter asked on Twitter what people had learned from visiting the attraction.
Everyone answered honestly:
That the public school system in the United States is failing its students and has been for quite some time.
— Phunkmunkie (@phunkmunkie) April 17, 2019
There is a wealth of tax money that could be going to children's educations at public schools and also to maintaining national infrastructure, helping people to succeed and be safe, instead of just going into the coffers of groups who don't actually produce anything.
— Rasha (@TheRealRasha) April 17, 2019
That more science needs to be taught in ALL schools.
— V. Spell (@v_spelldem) April 17, 2019
That using money to create a monument to a fairy tale mass genocide instead of feeding the hungry or helping the homeless is very, VERY Christlike.
— kylime91 (@01_remme) April 17, 2019
Religion doesn’t create as many customers as it used to.
— be kind (@maccalian) April 17, 2019
That someone stole the Epic of Gilgamesh and built it in Kentucky.
— Erick McMurray (@ErickMcMurray) April 17, 2019
There’s one born every minute.— TribalShaman (@TribalShaman) April 17, 2019
The price of gullibility is $42 per adult plus parking.
— jen ❄️W/1N (@IwearCrocsAlot) April 17, 2019
The parking lot could be smaller?
— Wise Snake (@WiseSnake1) April 17, 2019
A fool and his money are soon parted.
— Rizzo Campbell (@RizzoCampbell) April 17, 2019
Grown adults believe some crazy fairytales.
— Get the full mueller report (@L0Z4X) April 17, 2019
That willful ignorance is a helluva drug.
— Amadis Kay (@TheAmadisKay) April 17, 2019
We need to invest more money in science education. https://t.co/Ic6uXf23fa
— Hemant Mehta (@hemantmehta) April 17, 2019
Look at that! We all learned important things from Ark Encounter!… Just not any of the things they wanted us to learn.