A Waste of Good Billboards
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  • Pete Dellas

    If they want to use glamour to promote atheism, let them. Doesn’t that simply demonstrate the weakness of their case?

  • Hadlowe

    I view the billboard phenomenon as similar behavior to the cars festooned with political or religious bumper stickers. It serves one half as an outward profession of faith, or, in this case, lack thereof. The other half is argumentative and is meant to provoke those on the other side of the political/religious divide.

    Speaking of evangelical billboards, I used to drive past a billboard every day that said “‘We need to talk’ –God.” Every day I thought, “Why is God trying to break up with me?”

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