Lame BC bus drivers refuse to operate “No God” buses
It’s not just America that’s populated with religious nutjobs who take offense at the slightest mention that maybe this whole God business is simply a load of horse shit. In British Columbia, not generally known for it’s religious kooks (with the exception of Bountiful BC), a number of bus drivers are refusing to operate buses that sport the CFI’s “No God” campaign.
The ads came courtesy of the Centre for Inquiry Canada, a skeptic organization that has sponsored similar advertisements across the country since 2009. They read, “There’s probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”
The campaign debuted in B.C. last week on buses in Kamloops and Kelowna – prompting a boycott from a small number of drivers in both communities on religious grounds.
The article goes on to misspell CFI a few times before lazily promoting an event they’ll be holding on May 7th, staring Nate Phelps. You can tell we’re still not very popular with mainstream media, but the very least the worst thing anyone has done is act like a gigantic child. This is what the war on irrationality looks like: a bunch of tiny victories followed by a snowstorm of pointless and poorly researched articles. Fun!