You're not going to believe this. OK, maybe you will. PZ warns everyone, in absolutely no uncertain terms, that all those visiting Ken Ham's "Creation Museum" must be on their best behaviour. Seriously, read the whole thing to be assured that PZ is giving everybody fair warning that he will tolerate no disrespect or incivility. Of any kind.
We then have someone who takes artistic license with the possibilities, which is clearly a riff off of PZ's treatment at the movie "Expelled" and involves creationist Ken Ham confronting PZ and expelling him, at which point PZ and his hordes transmogrify into killer cephalopods and do battle with Ken Ham, who mounts his dinosaur and ... well, you get the idea. Goofiness reins supreme.
Except for this brainless twatwaffle commenter over there:
So... Atheists wish that they'd initiate a violent conflict at the Creation Museum? That really says a lot.
And who might so thoroughly misrepresent someone's cartoonish attempt at humour? No, not him. You have to hop into the Wayback Machine to truly appreciate the monumental dishonesty.
Yes, they really are that stupid. Or dishonest. Pick one.
P.S. In unrelated news, Ann Coulter didn't really mean it when she suggested killing Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens with rat poison. Because that was clearly just a joke. Right?