Browsing the web the other day, I happened upon this video, from last Christmas:
I was flattered to see that some of my Mythmas cards had been used. Those cards, and many others, can now be found in two places, starting from the menu at the top of this page
Firstly, there’s the Gallery, from where you can download the pictures, and use them as you wish.
Secondly, for a professional finish, there’s the Shop.
Either way, I hope you enjoy the pictures.
…I want to send him a Christmas greeting this year showing one of his predecessors with a communicant.
…or maybe this one:(and yes, I know it’s unfair to criticise Ratzinger for having been in the Hitler Youth, but my criticism isn’t serious, it’s a piss-take, unlike his attempt to blame atheists for the holocaust.)
(Yes, I know it’s still only September, but we need to avoid last minute panic!)
Contrary to what you may have heard, atheists are just as likely to enjoy Christmas as Christians. It’s a midwinter festival that predates Christianity, so why shouldn’t we join in?
Of course we don’t believe in that religious stuff, but Christmas spirit can be enjoyed with or without soda.
One thing that often troubles atheists is what kind of cards to send. There are overtly religious ones,Santa ones, and there are generic snow scenes, but there aren’t many straight out atheist cards. None, in fact, the last time I looked in a card shop. That’s why I make my own, and I’ve decided to collate them on another blog.
If you’d like to use any of my Mythmas pictures in your own cards (printed out or e-cards), feel free to do so. You can find them, and some of my other pictures, at my other blog by clicking on the link below.
This link is also on the right hand side below the blogroll.