Amazing story from the Telegraph in the UK that had me wondering if the paper had been pranked.
"Atheist adverts declaring that "there's probably no God" have been placed on 800 buses around Britain after an unprecedented fundraising campaign."
Backed by Oxford professor Richard Dawkins, who is best known as the country's highest profile Atheist and author of The God Delusion, the campaign hit its £5,500 target exceptionally quickly with a total of £140,000 raised since October.
There is no way anything like this could ever happen in Thailand. The social implications of publically promoting Aethism are not imaginable in such a spiritual, Buddhist country.
Plus, the buses in Thailand are already pimped out in outrageous colours (like the one below) with Hi-Fis, woofers, sub-woofers, DVD players, widescreens, neon lights, you name...adverts just wouldn't be cool.
Yes this really is what a lot of Thai buses look like. One day I'll get round to explaining how it's all very different to UK - actually quite interesting...honest.