Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Atheist bus campaign goes nationwide

Richard Dawkins to launch national advertising campaign today

A £140,000 advertising campaign aimed at persuading more people to "come out" as atheists was launched today with a plan to broadcast a message doubting God's existence on the sides of buses, the tube and on screens in central London.

Its slogan – "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life" – can already be seen on buses in central London. A total of 200 bendy buses in London and 600 buses across England, Scotland and Wales will carry the slogan from today and tomorrow following a fundraising drive which raised more than £140,000. read more here and burn in hell

4 comments:

Tyler said...

why don't we have one of these here yet???

clintpatty said...

Because no one has paid a quarter of a million dollars for it yet?

Bello Velo said...

put me in for fifty.

ash said...

OK, so I posted this on my facebook, and it sparked a blow-out between a former-christian/angry athiest and a relatively open minded christian. WOW... wow.. It got down to arguments over testicular fortitude and other nonsense.

And I lost a facebook friend over it.

/ticket to hell, i has one.