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This hotel in the Dominican Republic must be catering to atheists:
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Hemant Mehta is the chair of Foundation Beyond Belief and a high school math teacher in the suburbs of Chicago. He began writing the Friendly Atheist blog in 2006. His latest book is called The Young Atheist's Survival Guide.
That would be great fricasseed, served with a nice vichyssoise.
Ha ha! As a teen, I used to frequent a diner in Lincoln Park. On the front of their menu, it said, “We love children”, and we always added, “medium rare”. I didn’t identify as an atheist then (didn’t think much of it really), but I guess it was inevitable.
Though this is funny, I think we should put a stop to this “babies” shtick. We want people to view our notions and achievements seriously and this kind of off-humor will only serve to retard that progress.
Who knows, there may actually be idiots out there who actually believe this tosh.
If they are that stupid then it doesn’t matter what we say.
We can say “hello we don’t believe in any gods” or “we are moral” and get called shrill and offensive.
I completely agree with you; I grow tired of the baby eating bit. But you go by the name “69ingchipmunks”! Seriously…
Haha, nah, they just aired that Apple themed episode of Southpark and so that’s when I registered for Disqus. Kyle has an account with the same name.
Gotcha. Southpark. That explains all. I need to brush up on my pop culture more, “Chip!” Maybe do less reading… hee hee
I’m not sure how to send this to you the right way, but my girlfriend just found this photo that I thought was pretty relevant I don’t think it was his original intent to reference atheists, but funny nonetheless.
That’s funny I was At that restaurant a few years ago, it’s In Punta Cana but I don’t remember seeing that on the menu next time I’ll ask for the atheist menu.
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