“Atheists Make Better Lovers” Billboard Goes Up in California

Four years ago, the Backyard Skeptics group in California put up a billboard, just in time for Valentines Day, featuring the phrase “Atheists make better lovers. (After all, nobody is watching.)”

You know a message like that bears repeating, which is why it’s back up all this month:

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“Don’t Believe in God? You’re Not Alone!” Billboard Goes Up in Lenoir City, Tennessee

Last April, I posted about how the Rationalists of East Tennessee had put up a billboard in Knoxville, Tennessee reading “Don’t believe in God? You’re not alone!”

Despite the month-long contract, the billboard was removed from its location just five days later after a business owner complained.

It’s been a while, but I’m happy to say that billboard is now back up in nearby Lenoir City:

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Judge Rules That Atheists’ Lawsuit Over Banned (and Completely Inoffensive) Bus Ad Can Proceed

About four years ago, atheist Justin Vacula and the NEPA Freethought Society attempted to place the following ad on buses in the County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) in Pennsylvania:

That’s almost literally the least offensive atheist ad ever. It says the word… and little else.

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The Upside-Down Cross Outside a Florida City Hall Now Has a Government-Approved Disclaimer

Yesterday, I mentioned that activist Chaz Stevens had countered a Nativity scene, Christmas tree, and menorah outside City Hall in Hallandale Beach, Florida with a giant upside-down cross that reads “In Chaz We Trust. All others pay cash.”

That’s what happens when a local government allows religious displays on public property — they can’t say no when someone else makes a very unpopular request.

But get this: Last night, Stevens saw that the city had erected a sign next to his cross:

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Atheist Activist Gets Florida Town to Place Upside-Down Cross Outside City Hall

If you visited Hallandale Beach, Florida over the holidays, you would have found a Nativity scene, Christmas tree, and menorah up by City Hall. They obviously have an open forum for these kinds of things.

It prompted Chaz Stevens, the activist best known for putting up Festivus Poles on government property, to take his trolling to new heights.

He asked for and received permission to place outside City Hall this upside-down cross that reads “In Chaz We Trust. All others pay cash.”

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