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Atheist Bus Campaign Says Enjoy Life

by | 21st, October 2008

THE Atheist Bus Campaign campaign is relaunched. Can a bus be an atheist? Yes. We live in liberal times. Perhaps is a bus can be a jihadi it will be immune from attack? Unless it wears a suicide fan belt, in which case the whole depot is f****.

The Atheist Bus Campaign launches today, Tuesday October 21 2008. With your support, we hope to raise £5,500 to run 30 buses across the capital for four weeks with the slogan: “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.

Atheists don’t worry?

Old Mr Anorak’s lawyer wold like it be known that his meeting “Jews for Atheism” will convene at his mother’s house at 7:30 sharp. Leave shoes at the door as the carpets have just been cleaned.

Professor Richard Dawkins, bestselling author of The God Delusion, is officially supporting the Atheist Bus Campaign, and has generously agreed to match all donations up to a maximum of £5,500, giving us a total of £11,000 if we reach the full amount – enough for a much bigger campaign. The British Humanist Association have kindly agreed to administer all donations.

First a godless bus; then a godless coach; then a damn train. And Dawkins for company. There is no god…

With your help, we can brighten people’s days on the way to work, help raise awareness of atheism in the UK, and hopefully encourage more people to come out as atheists. We can also counter the religious adverts which are currently running on London buses, and help people think for themselves.

Nothing like telling people they are alone in the universe to put a skip in their steps. And why attack God if he isn’t there..?

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