A sceptic-based blog of scarily irrational things people say.
By the way, the ASA has a complaints form here: http://www.asa.org.uk/asa/how_to_complain/complaints_form/
Complaint made:Advertisement detailsType of advertisement: PosterWhere seen: In an article explaining adverts being displayed on buses in the UK : http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/feb/05/atheist-bus-christian-responseWhen seen: 05/02/09Advertiser and productAdvertiser: The Christian Party, the Trinitarian Bible Society and the Russian Orthodox ChurchProduct: ChristianityYour complaint:These advertisements are misleading and portray a false level of confidence in the advertised item. As an retort to the infamous "There probably is no God" advertisements, these posters step over the (carefully judged) line of certainty and proclaim their beliefs as fact. This sort of propaganda is divisive and extremely likely to be incorrect. I don't believe it is socially or morally acceptable to allow organisations to present as fact something which has no evidence behind it. For this reason I believe these adverts should be disallowed.
Why do people respond well to aerial advertising
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