Big Apple CoR’s other atheist advertisements

I’ve previously mentioned the Big Apple Coalition of Reason’s coming NYC subway ads that have been getting massive media attention. Since then, the brand new and constantly updating BigAppleCoR.org website has been flooded with traffic and the campaign’s made both national news as well as international, with my friend Michael De Dora, of the Center For Inquiry being contacted, if I heard correct, by even Italian press. Just some of the press its been getting can be found here.

But also, as I mentioned yesterday, a billboard using a similar slogan has gone up in Chicago, thanks to the Chicago Coalition of Reason. And now that billboard can be see on the front page of the Chicago Tribune.

But it’s not all good news. In Moscow, Idaho, the American Humanist Association’s billboard was vandalized.

Though I have to smile at the fact that they couldn’t even vandalize the thing right. Millions are good God? What?! Now an intelligent vandal might have just blackened the second half of the word “without” forming the slogan:  “Millions are good with God.” That would at least be a sentence. Oh, stupid, easily offended vandals!

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2 Responses to Big Apple CoR’s other atheist advertisements

  1. […] Religious vandals again prove not to be very bright – Last week I’d posted about the poorly thought out vandalism to the atheist billboard in Moscow, Idaho in which, instead of just crossing out the “out” in the slogan “Millions are good […]

  2. […] attack atheist billboards verbally and illegally 1. I blogged about the atheist billboard that was vandalized in Moscow, Idaho about two weeks ago: Though I have to smile at the fact that they couldn’t even vandalize the thing right. Millions […]

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