By in large, the advertisements plastered on the sides and rear of DC metro busses are pretty standard fare. But every so often, something interesting appears. This is one that I saw on the way home from work the other day. This organization has run ads in the past, including one in DC in 2008 with the tagline "Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness' sake." I don't recall seeing it at the time, but the current one strikes me as being rather more pejorative in tone, in addition to glibly dismissing any nuances to this issue. If you visit their website, they characterize this campaign as an effort to provide support to "kids and teenagers who don’t happen to believe in a god." That's a laudable goal, but I'm not sure something this borderline-incendiary is the best strategy to help non-religious kids cope.