"Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home."
- Anna Quindlen
Don't miss the literary stylings of America's most unavoidable commentator. Her portrayal of atheists is particularly... direct.
While he waited for his car to heat up, [Joe McScrooge] turned on the satellite radio, which was thankfully already tuned to NPR. The host was interviewing a man who was helping underprivileged children overcome their religious superstition, intolerance, and bullying tendencies...
It was dusk, but he could still check out the town through the glass of his windshield. Shabby. Low-class. A strip mall here, a strip mall there—no apparent zoning rules or urban planning. And, of course, there it was, the inevitable Wal-Mart Supercenter. He snorted to himself as he passed a fast-food restaurant with a sign that read,
JESUS IS THE REASON FOR THE SEASON
What the heck does religion have to do with french fries?...
The Bible’s no better than The Jerry Springer Show, Joe thought. How on earth do these people believe such drivel?
I can't wait to read the whole thing and learn more about how these durn lib'ral atheists with their NPR and their obsession with proper zoning are ruining CHRISTmas for the real 'Muricans!