Stop Shoving Nothing Down Everybody’s Throats!

Edward Current doesn’t get why we atheists keep talking about God when we don’t believe in him!

He is right about one thing, though: Atheists do go around wearing nothing all the time.

That’s gotta be awkward for the rest of you.

(And, yes, I know it’s satire :) Thanks for the emails, though.)

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  • Ryan

    I went to the link. Its actually satire.

    But it does give an interesting question. “Why do atheists care about god?”
    My response would be “the same reason christians care about evolution”

  • http://friendlyatheist.com Hemant Mehta

    I’m aware it’s satire… do I have to point that out on the post? *sigh* Maybe I should…

  • http://candycolouredfrown.blogspot.com Jackie

    heh, I got poe’d

  • http://avertyoureye.blogspot.com/ Teleprompter

    Edward Current has a ton of excellent videos. I was poe’d the first time I saw him, too, but he’s hilarious.

    Watch “An Atheist Meets God”, and the sequel, “A Christian Meets the Invisible Pink Unicorn”. “God’s Cool Designs” and “If Jesus Ran for President” are also pretty funny.

  • Vincent

    I thought that was hilarious, and I am so going to start using the term “nothingists”.

  • Jeff Satterley

    The Five Lies about Christianity video he just released was excellent, probably one of my favorites. This one was great too. Good stuff.

  • http://www.CoreyMondello.com Corey Mondello

    I liked “Sarah Palin On ‘Pyramid'”

  • Scott LIchtenstein

    Hemant…unfortunately, I think it’s wise for you to point out that it’s satire.

    I’ve gotten so used to saying “you’ve got to be kidding me!” that I sometimes need to know when someone is actually kidding me.