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Apparently, snarky pseudoscience doesn’t pay the bills. That’s what the owners of a young-Earth creationist theme park in Pensacola, Fla., have found out.

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Put another way: It doesn’t pay to preach deception.

Dinosaur Adventures Land — pictured at left and depicting humans and dinosaurs in pardoxical and scientifically impossible coexistence — is in the process of being seized by the federal government to pay nearly half a million dollars in payroll taxes.

The venture’s founder is serving 10 years in prison after nearly two decades of sparring with the IRS and claiming he and his ministers were employed by God and therefore not subject to payroll taxes. Didn’t render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.

Via io9

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