One more public tale of humor, and I'll stop.Has anyone ever asked you that, Bob? In public, I normally keep silent about my views unless asked.
In my local Facebook Atheists group, one of the regular commentators returned to her car, to find what at first looks like a folded $20, but was a rather insulting religious tract. Something on the inside about "were you disappointed-- get saved and not be" or similar shyt.
She was only slightly annoyed, as this is unfortunately, too common around these parts. She tossed it in her backseat without any more thought than that.
But several days later? She came to location where the **exact** same fundie-church (as the fake $20) was trying to raise monies for some stupid something or other.
And it hit her: she still had their fake $20 somewhere in the backseat.... if she could find it... yes.. there it was.
She, with a grin, put the fake $20 into their donation bucket and said to the woman, "I hope you won't be disappointed"
Irony is a beautiful thing.