When it was time for reader Ramon to choose his new license plate, he wanted to express his belief system as well as his Hispanic heritage, so he went with “ATEO,” Spanish for “male atheist”:
If you’re thinking no one will understand it, keep in mind he lives in Houston, where there’s a sizable Spanish-speaking population.
The fee for that plate, by the way, is $30/year. Ramon opted for the design that gives $22 of that money to the “Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for direct services programs, training, and education.”
Charity + atheism = awesome.