Interesting answer, you may be capable of seeing reality as yet. What I do in a graveyard at night is search for ghosts. Why? Because I am a skeptic and want to find something substantial to all claims. I seek the evidence, I don't wait for it to be handed to me, that's the difference, that's the leap you must make to understand why you have been sold snake oil, and why you ignore evidence that contradicts it. Most of us atheists are agnostic atheists, in spite of some claiming to be certain, when pressed they will admit they don't actually know for certain. But for the myths created by humans which pretend to answer the questions we can be certain, because they are self-contradictory, and nothing self-contradictory can be fact, it's impossible.<quoted text>
I said "think", not believe. "I don't know" is an acceptable answer. Just don't throw rocks at people who put themselves out there with what they think. At least they have the courage to say what they think, knowing they will be ridiculed. In this sense, and the example you gave, you do attack believers. Making fun of others is attacking. Ask a victim of a bully.
Graveyard: I think of the life of the ones that passed. I think of their families and that someone is missing them. I think of genealogy and heritage. What do you think of?
But here's the thing, the requirement to being a skeptic that most people cannot deal with, even a lot of atheists cannot deal with it so they stick with just education. A true skeptic must be willing to seek the evidence in all cases, to search it out, to find it yourself, lots of work, lots of study, and tons of exploration. You have to then actually test and analyze that evidence yourself, and discard any notion, all notions, that present no evidence as nothing more than wishful or fanciful thinking. That is required to be considered a skeptic, and something everyone should be doing in this modern age. That is what I am, wholeheartedly and completely. If you present no evidence, or the evidence you present does not withstand scrutiny of any sort, then what you claim is discarded. I recommend you try it sometime, take the Book of Mormon, find one claim about it, just one, and study all the evidence, not just what you have handed to you, but seek it out. Analyze it, it falls apart with very little scrutiny.