Saturday, January 10, 2009

Quote of the Day

. . . even if it is from an article from last Tuesday:

" As Charlie Brooker – one of the first people to donate to the Atheist Bus Campaign – says: "Public transport in Britain suggests there isn't a God anyway, but in case anyone hasn't noticed, or feels isolated for thinking such a thing, this campaign should help."

All arising out of the Atheist Bus publicity campaign, which has never previously been mentioned on the blog because I've set my heart on going underground.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I was going to write a comment vociferously defending Edinburgh's public transport system but then remembered a few things. Things like the third fare hike in two years (apparently costs are rising despite the price of oil falling) and the fact that we're being forced to endure the construction of a single tram line through the city centre which will bring no tangible benefit to the city but is costing us an obscene amount in terms of money and inconvenience.

Brooker tends to be on the money when it comes to most subjects, should have known better than to doubt him :)