Sunday, December 05, 2010

'Tis the Season for Lunacy

"Tis the season for all the loonies to appear. And once again the atheists are at it. The whole news article is over Here.

Okay now this is pretty sad, but also pretty funny. Outside of the opening to the Lincoln Tunnel in New York City, the atheists spent almost $20,000 for a billboard to debunk God. And they call themselves people of reason.

Let's be reasonable. Could you image yourself spending about $20,000 to (SPOILER ALERT!) debunk Santa Claus. "No Virginia...there is no fat guy in a red suit that hands out presents on Christmas Eve."

How stupid is that!

I wonder if the atheists can get their insurance companies to pay out on claims that are classified as "acts of God", since they don't believe in Him *snort-giggle*.

But the Catholic Church fought back with their own sign on the other side of the Lincoln Tunnel opening.

Now can you imagine people whipping their heads from one side of the tunnel opening to the other to read both signs. This is sorta reminiscent of that billboard that says "If you want to meet Jesus, text while driving."

by Bonnie S. Calhoun


  1. Ramona Richards said...
    Saying something is a myth doesn't make it so; it just makes folks think about it. So I'm wondering why an atheist organization would pay $20K to make people think about God, when they'd otherwise be focused on the jerk who just cut them off. No one is going to "disbelieve" because of a billboard. Instead, they're going to go, "Oh, yeah, wise me. Reminds me that I gotta get those charity gifts to the church tonight."
    Ramona Richards said...
    That would be "wise MEN." Santa needs to bring me a new keyboard.

    Oh, wait...
    Bonnie S. Calhoun said...
    ROFLOL...good one Ramona, after I just finished debunking the fat red-suited guy for the unbelievable bargain price of uhmmm....FREE *snort-giggle*

    Maybe if you look forlornly at it, someone would get the hint...or if that fails you could whack him with it and say, "Oh look...that broke the keyboard."

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