Home » Atheism » Atheist Bus Campaign arrives in the US Atheist Bus Campaign arrives in the US February 13.2009. 6 Comments Karen The Atheist Bus Campaign has arrived in the United States courtesy of the FFRF. There are six bus ads in all, but here are my two favourites (click to enlarge): You can read more about the campaign and donate to it at the Foundation’s site. Tweet Pin It Related Posts Ford Dealership to Non-Christians: STFU Kieffe & Sons, a Ford dealership in California, has been running a radio ad since approximately February telling people 27.05.2008.by Karen Religious kids are corrupt fools And it’s your fault American atheists. You’re a relatively powerless minority group that can’t so much as frown in 11.02.2008.by Karen Godless and Free by Pat Condell You can find all of Pat’s videos with subtitles on DotSUB. 29.11.2008.by Karen Comments Chris: February 13, 2009 hey can theists post on here? I am a theist my self and am wondering. Karen: February 13, 2009 In general, yes. However, if your plan is to tell me how much Jesus loves me ad infinitum and/or to use the comment section to spam me with C&P bible quotes, sermons and the like, I will most likely delete and ban you. Chris: February 13, 2009 OK cool, I like this blog very much by the way. I can see there are good intentions with this blog, and I would like to follow it for a while. That first picture that says ‘I don’t believe in God because I don’t believe in Mother Goose’ made me smile, not because I think it is outright folly, but because it is funny and quite a simple statement, ha ha. I used to be a security guard. I had a Sergeant guard above me and we some how got on the subject of dragons, unicorns, giants and vampires and such. He said that sometimes myths do have an element of truth to them. I am not saying unicorns are 100% real, but he was saying that the idea probably came from some where outside of our imaginations, do you follow me? Yeah, so what is your thought on that? Karen: February 14, 2009 I understand where your former coworker was coming from and think he was right to some extent. A lot of legendary creatures seem to be based upon the sightings of unfamiliar animals, their bones and the like as well as, at the time, unknown medical/mental conditions. They are, to a large degree, ideas born of ignorance. Chris: February 14, 2009 Cool cool…So do you think we know enough today to say there are definitely no mythical creatures at all? Karen: February 14, 2009 The mythical creatures that have been presented to us so far? Yes, I think we can dismiss the literal existence of such creatures (ie, unicorns, vampires & the like). Is it possible that there’s some mythical creature that actually does exist? Yes, but I’d say the probability of such a creature existing is so low as to be dismissible.