Free BBQ at Rock Beyond Belief

How could the Rock Beyond Belief event get any better? How about free BBQ for everyone before the event? Clearly, God loves me. Or rather, clearly Todd Stiefel is a generous man with excellent taste in food.

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About Ed Brayton

After spending several years touring the country as a stand up comedian, Ed Brayton tired of explaining his jokes to small groups of dazed illiterates and turned to writing as the most common outlet for the voices in his head. He has appeared on the Rachel Maddow Show and the Thom Hartmann Show, and is almost certain that he is the only person ever to make fun of Chuck Norris on C-SPAN.

  • Improbable Joe

    Son of a…

  • democommie

    But, but, but…uR discRIminadiNg agAinSt KKKristian Veganz!!

  • mobius

    Free Atheist BBQ??? OH wow! Why don’t we see things like that in Oklahoma?

  • jnorris

    I am not going to say a thing about the slow roasted pork that is called BBQ in Eastern North Carolina. I am sure that the guests at RBB are happy to be treated to the lesser of North Carolina’s BBQ traditions. :)

  • shay

    As long as that ‘cue is eastern NC ‘cue, those people should be pretty happy. There is no BBQ worth eating north of Rocky Mount or west of Raleigh.

  • Moggie

    They’ll need a lot of babies.

  • dingojack

    Moggie – That’s why atheists are inviting the christians. They’re hopng it encourages ‘the miracle of the 5,000+ babies’. :)


  • Ed Brayton

    Actually, the BBQ was quite good. I am a great lover of BBQ, of course, but I’m not a snob about it. I don’t think any kind of BBQ is the One True BBQ. I’ll take it all — East Carolina, West Carolina, Memphis, Kansas City, Texas (and all the variations thereof). The pulled pork was very good. The sauce was a bit more vinegary than I usually like, but not as vinegary as it often gets in these parts, and it was fine.