‘Ask an Atheist’ event replaces participation in St. Patrick’s Day parade

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The Kansas City Atheist Coalition held signs, fielded questions and handed out science-related toys to passing children in Kansas City, Mo. on Sunday (March 17, 2013) during St. Patrick's day celebrations. The event, which they called "Ask an Atheist", was organized as a response to the Kansas City St. Patrick's day parade organizers' denial for KCAC to participate in this year's parade. RNS photo by Sally Morrow

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (RNS) Among the constant flow of people wearing green, toting beers and milling around the bars in Kansas City’s Westport neighborhood on Sunday (March 17), a man in a red plaid kilt held a sign that said, “Kiss me – I’m a Left-handed, Red-headed, Kilt-wearing Irish Atheist Stepchild!” The Kansas City Atheist […]

  • Southern Baptist

    What have a Catholic man the right to make another man a “Saint”???

    Patrick was just a man, he is NOT a “saint”

  • Mark Moore

    Like Jesus?

  • Jack Gordon

    I especially liked the moron in the kilt. Do these people have any idea how boring they really are?

  • Ryan

    I am curious as to what makes him an idiot?

  • Jack Gordon

    I didn’t say he was an idiot. He clearly knows how to put silly but attention-catching clothes on, so he is at least at the mental level of a moron.

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  • Jacks Father

    Obvious Troll Is Obvious.

  • Bryan

    They are there to draw attention to their exclusion from the Parade. Are there many better ways for a large man to draw attention than to wear a bright red kilt?

    So… is that all you have to complain about, how the guy in the photo must be a moron because you would never dress as he did?

    Turn your nose back down before it rains.

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