Want to Have Dinner with Michael Shermer in Ohio?

Yeah, you do!

Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine and the author of Why People Believe Weird Things and (one of my personal favorites) Secrets of Mental Math, will be giving a talk at The Ohio State University on the evening of February 19th.

Before his talk, though, he’ll be eating food. (This is shocking to you, I know.)

And you can join him!

Students For Freethought is hosting the fundraiser — A small intimate dinner with Shermer and a few of his biggest fans. If you’d like to join them, you just have to make a $150 contribution to the campus atheist group.

In return, you get the food, the Shermer, the front row seats to his talk, and the satisfaction of donating money to group that offers Atheist Bible Study.

Only a few seats are left, so take advantage of this if you’re interested. More information can be found here.

In other news, if you’re in Chicago, you can have dinner with me for free.

Dessert is going to cost you, though…

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  • Stephen

    Dang diddly dang. I’d pay $150 to eat with Michael Shermer, but I am way down in Texas.

  • http://yangandcampion.googlepages.com Margaret Y.

    I am going to take you up on that free dinner someday. :-)

  • Kate

    If my coursework didn’t leave me so tied up in other doings, I would adore the trip. Not far for me. Maybe one day my university will have some atheist speakers….

  • Epistaxis

    Want to Have Dinner with Michael Shermer

    Yeah!

    in Ohio?

    Awww.