In all my essays I rightfully call Ken Ham's "museum" a crackhouse because all it promotes is cocaine, heroin, and other types of narcotics to blow the minds of religious people and whatnot in form of blatant lies, outright dishonesty and hypocrisy, hatred and propaganda, abuse and distortions, slanderous condemnations and forceful indoctrinations. And there's been an addition added to the mix not too long ago. The crackhouse is endorsing Coca-Cola! The pop that was once spiked with Cocaine at the very beginning of the 20th century.
From PZ's site— I don't drink caffeinated beverages anymore (I gave them up when I converted to Mormonism [psych!]) so it's easy for me to refuse to give Coca Cola any more of my business, but this news may cause more distress to others: Coca Cola is a corporate partner with the Creation "Museum". Ken Ham can brag about this meaningless exploitation of his suckers "museum" attendees for profit, but I doubt that Coke wants to trumpet this news — it looks like they're sponsoring stupidity.
I don't know that there is much point to protesting the association anyway. If Coke pulled out, you know the local Pepsi distributors would jump in to offer a contract, and then Ken Ham would proudly point to their deal as somehow vindicating their existence.
At least now we self-sacrificing, noble, healthier deniers of sugary caffeinated toxins can add a new level of sanctimony to our denunciations of Coca Cola's consumers by pointing out that they are stooges of creationism, as well.
Now look at this.
All the better to boycott Coke and drink Pepsi or just drink water, don't you think?