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Atheist billboard Wilson Road

Started by rich shull. Last reply by Craig "Meatstack" Jun 28, 2011. 1 Reply

Activities in Columbus

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Comment by Andrew DeLong on July 7, 2011 at 11:36pm
So I know a few posts back Rich was asking about Frank Zindler and I remembered the name from an episode of "The Infidel Guy" podcast, episode 46 in the itunes feed from 9/20/06 titled "why creationism fails". great episode and the guy is encyclopedic- highly recommended!
Comment by rich shull on July 7, 2011 at 9:00pm

The Mojo was great and it might well have been geeks gone Greek it was nice to talk about things and not have mince words or subjects, gosh we even talked about the late G. Carlin  and how we might do Quantim something and bring him back from the dead  LOL . It was nice meeting crew in person . I look forward to the corrnerstone Cafe next time- parking might be easier than in the Short North.  

Comment by Andrew DeLong on July 7, 2011 at 7:53pm
Had a good meeting last night with Craig and Rich! which means that we increased in size by 50% so next meeting there will be 4 1/2 people there! (I hope that kid from two and a half men doesn't show up). I'd like to go ahead and put up dates for our next wednesday night meeting: Wed July 20th, 3296 North High St (cornerstone cafe) in clintonville 6:30pm-8pm. With the parking situation in the short north, Rich and Craig both thought a change of venue would bring more folks out... so make them right! I ride a bike so I was clueless to the needs for parking. I, through my experience assumed that you just find a cyclist and park your car on top of them, but I guess not EVERYBODY wants bikers dead.
Comment by Morgan Matthew on July 6, 2011 at 2:46pm
If you guys need more support for a meet up let me know. I can put a little heads up that displays on all the pages of TA if you would like. (who ever is hosting it let me know)
Comment by Craig "Meatstack" on July 6, 2011 at 2:39pm
Today at 6:30. I'll be there.
Comment by Andrew DeLong on July 5, 2011 at 6:28pm
so I trust everybody is well informed of the meeting planned for tomorrow night from 6:30-8:00 at 600 n high st in the short north (mojoe lounge)!? hopefully we'll get a turn out to discuss the state of activist/evangelical atheism and how not to become the raging, homocidal fascists that our atheism naturally inclines us towards.
Comment by rich shull on July 2, 2011 at 2:21pm

wow an artist in the bunch!  hope the show does well.

I will be there Wednesday short of a disaster.  rich  

Comment by Andrew DeLong on July 1, 2011 at 9:41pm
Okay- got a new internet provider... stay away from at&t they have no concept of providing communications, they can't even transfer calls. We now have more members than the New York City group- little weird. I hope everybody is aware of the wednesday night meeting at mojoe lounge @ 600 N high st- 6:30-8:00 pm. And as an aside if anyone is interested- I have a piece showing @ the "America: F#*k yeah!" show at junctionview studios tomorrow on the 2nd starting @ 7pm! Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!
Comment by Jillian Mann on June 28, 2011 at 1:28pm
I visited that booth too Carlton!!! What a breath of fresh air that was!
Comment by Darrell Mont on June 28, 2011 at 10:15am
Hello to everyone. Since I finally got a day off work, I thought I'd get caught up on posting. In the 6/23/2011 edition of "The Other Paper" there was an article I wanted to share. "The Non-Believers Come Out" by Eric Lyttle talks about the Freedom From Religion Foundation (Columbus chapter) buying 7 billboards around the Central Ohio area as an encouragement to other Atheists that they are not alone and that people are public with their beliefs. This is the "Evangelical Atheism" that Andrew and I were discussing at the meeting. More and more people are turning away from being quiet or closet Atheists and starting to bring it to the forefront. Atheists represent the largest single minority community in the US but have no representation in government, no special interest or status and organizations that by-and-large meet quietly in the corner of coffee shops :) The Freedom From Religion Foundation is probably our single largest activist organization. If you're interested in more, they can be found at

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