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...But they do have Sundays free...

I need to get back to jazz Fest. I loved it last time I went. Clearly they could use my financial support since they only have the one mircophone this year, and are even appealing to the Atheist demographic.



I loved it! We gotta sell the HUGE advantages of atheism: Sundays free - so you can watch football in your underpants.

Sunday mornings are truely wonderful times to not be in a tie.

Christmas and easter are actually nice times to spend with your family, too.

Yeah, we can take Steve Martin. Let the christians have Dane Cook.

Yeah, we can take Steve Martin. Let the christians have Dane Cook.

i thought it was funny that they put their semi-funny message in the form of gospel close harmony- which, btw, traditionally uses 1 microphone (if any). this stuff was invented and perfected by the whitest, most religious people on the face of the earth. and it's still THAT good, even when done half-assedly.

Thanks! I have seen it done with 2.

Singer Chris Smithers has a much better song.

One of the most famous songs in popular music history is an explicitly atheistic song, "Imagine" by John Lennon. It's because so few really listen to the lyrics, that hardly anyone knows that it's an atheist and communist slash anarchist song.

You're right, of course, about "Imagine". I think you're about whether people listen to the lyrics.

"Imagine is a bit hit almost everywhere," said John at the time. "An anti-religious, anti-nationalistic, anti-conventional, anti-capitalistic song, but because it's sugar-coated, it's accepted. Now I understand what you have to do. Put your political message across with a little honey.

I don't think you're about whether people listen to the lyrics.


I don't think you're right about whether people listen to the lyrics.


I like this video very much. Sunday free and King Tut is a novelty song performed by Steve Martin. Roiunlimited


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