“The dinosaurs didn’t believe in you either”

Okay, the series of billboards signed “God” aren’t as bad as most of the explicitly religious signs you see on the back roads of America (digression: in my home town of Newport News, Virginia, there was a realtor, Paul Lotz, who had a big neon sign with his name on it; below it he had a sign that regularly said things like “I believe Rapture in early 80s.” Driving by it I used to ask my parents, “What does that mean?” When I was old enough to understand it, and it was the late ’80s, I would say snarky things like “I see Paul Lotz is now saying ‘Rapture will come soon.’ Guess he figured out God isn’t on his calendar.”). But things like “Let’s meet at my house Sunday before the game. -God” don’t go quite far enough for some people.

Check out saysGod.com for such insights as “I’m flattered you liked my book so much. Now why don’t you read something new?”, “Just look at this planet! Do you expect me to clean this up?”, “If you seek to know my ways, read a damn science book,” and my favorite, “I never said, “Thou shalt not think.” I hope to see these on billboards soon too.