Exhibit A: In the UK, atheists weasel with “probably”. I don’t know why. Frankly, I don’t much care, because for me it is a done deal.


That picture is a mockup, but there's video at the Telegraph that looks real enough to me.1

Exhibit B: In Italy,2 non c'e dubbio.


Only two buses, starting February 4th in Genoa. I love that they're being called Ateobus -- for autobus. Will it fly? We can but hope.

  1. 2022-01-15: Gone the way of all Flash 

  2. I picked this up from Sandwalk, who got it from [Friendly Atheist] http://friendlyatheist.com/2009/01/14/atheist-buses-in-italy/, and the comments there are a thing to behold. (2022-01-15: Or would be, if the Friendly Atheist hadn’t been through quite so many changes.) 

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