I have a very good message to give my fellow atheists but I don't want to say it on a forum, YT video or Facebook page because it might get buried or stolen. My best guess is The Atheist Experience but I don't really watch their videos. Do they accept calls from atheists? What I really need is a roundtable. Somewhere where people discuss serious issues.
Why don't you try sending your good message by bulk email ?
Pardon if some of us are skeptical of your secrecy over your VGM. To answer your question, yes, the Atheist Experience takes calls from atheists from time to time. You may want to approach them in a different manner than posted, however. Maybe by framing it as something news-worthy you're sitting on, but phrase it in a way not to assume that it's so precious to them when they haven't even an inkling what you're on about.
Sorry I worded all of this wrong. I'm not an idiot, I wouldn't just tell them that I have some mystery message to tell them. I thought I made it clear that I didn't want to just blab it all over. Not sure why you thought I would just lay down the message here but whatever. Thanks for the reply.
Why not just lay down the message, then?
In this month alone, an atheist monument stirred controversy in Florida, an atheist applicant for citizenship was instructed to join a church and a congressional committee nixed atheist chaplains.
Let's start with the first-ever atheist monument, a 1,500-pound bench erected alongside a Ten Commandments monument in front of the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, Florida.