Atheists Can't Commit

January 6th, 2009 by in Actual News


Atheists have adopted their opponent’s technique and have taken to the streets to spread their belief.  Via The Telegraph:

“Organisers originally hoped to put the message on just a handful of London buses, as an antidote to posters put up by religious groups which they claimed were “threatening eternal damnation” to non-believers.

But after the campaign received high-profile support from the prominent atheist Prof Richard Dawkins and the British Humanist Association, the modest £5,500 target was met within minutes and more than £140,000 has now been donated since the launch in October.

Enough money has now been raised to place the message – “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life” – on 200 bendy buses in the capital for a month, with the first ones taking to the streets .

A further 600 buses carrying the adverts will be seen by passengers and passers-by in cities across England, Wales and Scotland, from Aberdeen and Dundee to York, Coventry, Swansea and Bristol.”

There PROBABLY isn’t a God?  Fucking weak, Atheists.  You spend all this money to get your message out and you can’t even commit to the definitive “There is no God” statement? Although I believe there is a God, I’ve always come to admire the passion that Atheists have when they hear that a person is religious.  As a matter of fact, Atheists are more in your face about their staunch anti-religious views than religious folks are with their beliefs.  This is a totally made up statistic, of course, but it fits into my experiences perfectly so… y’know… eat something phallic.  If you’re going to believe something enough to broadcast it on so many different types of media, you should at least take the plunge and go all the way with that shit…just saying.