Sunday, August 05, 2007

A: It's Not Just for "Apple" Any More

It seems a damn shame that the lovely OUT “A” is being used as a logo only on T-shirts and bumper stickers. I suggest that Richard Dawkins get behind the following merchandise:

  • Cheeri-As breakfast cereal: Start your dA the atheist wA.
  • A-didas footwear: Great for all sports except jumping to conclusions.
  • Starbuck’s A-ppuccino: Stay awake.
  • A & As candy: They melt in your mouth, not in your mind.
  • Campbell’s A soup: Who needs the rest of the alphabet?
  • McDonald’s "Big A” sandwich: Contains no bull.
  • Keebler’s A-nimal Crackers: Evolved by elves.
  • Est-A Lauder cosmetics for atheists: Keep your eyes wide open.
  • The Apod: Listen to reason.
  • A-holes doughnuts: Delicious treats for freethinkers & freedunkers.
Can anyone recommend other products?

7 comments:

John P said...

Sometimes if you read Dawkins' site, you get the feeling that he's become a god to many. It's almost like a fan site. Nothing he says is wrong, nor should it be criticized. I think it's a good idea to remember he is just another human, albeit with brass balls.

So this was refreshing. Keep it up.

John P said...

Banan-A - Proves that evolution is correct, despite protestations from Kirk Cameron to the contrary.

Rebecca said...

These were great!

Flumadiddle said...

A-holes doughnuts is fabulous! In fact, I might have to start delivering those to my boss.

I think I'm too hungover on pizza and root beer to think of anything.

That's right. Root beer.

I live on the edge. The very foamy, bubbly edge.

Mike said...

I can't think of any, but I suppose we should all become supporters of Oakland baseball.

The Exterminator said...

John:

I think I might get queasy buying a red banan-A. Of course, if god wanted to, he could make them come in a variety of colors.

JohnnieCanuck said...

I highly recommend the APOD. Very often you can see the glory of the heavens there.

They recently featured one there whose name, Mira means wonderful or astonishing, as in miracle.

The Astronomy Photograph Of the Day can be found at http://apod.nasa.gov/