Atheist Bus Campaign in… Calgary!

Starting today, a handful of buses in Calgary (in Alberta, Canada) will feature atheist ads! Signs bearing the message, “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life,” will appear on eight Calgary buses for four weeks. “It’s time that we show our point of view,” said Cliff Erasmus, executive director of the [Read More...]

Islamic Bus Ads in San Francisco

Well, I guess the atheist bus ad strategy is catching on. Though someone was definitely not thinking strategically in this case. Not only are there now bus ads for Islam, they’re appearing on buses in San Francisco… Two immediate thoughts: First of all, I better not hear of any atheist protesting those signs being allowed [Read More...]

Ottawa Atheists Could Use Your Help

A couple weeks ago, I mentioned that atheists in Ottawa, Canada were trying to put up bus ads of their own. The Humanist Association of Ottawa‘s ads — the same as the popular British ones reading, “There’s probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.” — were deemed “too offensive” by advertisers and [Read More...]

Atheist Bus Campaign in… Seattle!

Seattle Atheists is preparing to launch a bus ad campaign of its own, humorously enough, on April 1st, a.k.a. April Fool’s Day, a.k.a. the Atheist’s Holiday (ha ha ha)… Here’s what you will be seeing on local buses: I like it. Short and sweet and pro-atheist instead of anti-religious. And leading into that campaign will [Read More...]

Italian Atheists Ready to Fight for their Bus Ads

A couple months ago, Italian atheists were ready to purchase bus ads reading: “The bad news is that God does not exist. The good news is that you do not need him.” That slogan was deemed too offensive and advertising agencies turned the Union of Atheists, Agnostics and Rationalists (UAAR) down. UAAR decided to use [Read More...]


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