I'm going to put them on my Facebook too! Hopefully I get some responses.
Melinda, great finds!
I have a minor alteration to #2. Men don't care about flavored seasalt or cool ranch. If men could get pregnant, morning after pills would taste like potato chips and beer.
1 and 3 are good because they carry an element of truth. The others are old rehashes.
That Republican park bench nicely captures the devolution of what, once upon a time, was the party of progress and of the abolition of slavery.
It's an appropriate reuse of the partial bench from Denver Water's campaign "Use Only What You Need"!
I found some more advertising benches that are variously creative, thought-provoking, rude, or fun.
The third image is a bit odd because The God Delusion book actually contends that a supernatural creator almost certainly does not exist and that belief in a personal God qualifies as a delusion. It was written by Richard Dawkins, who is an atheist. An atheist burning such a book dosen't make too much sense.
I think the point is about 2 meters above your head there Dustin.
Our (relative lack of) reaction, though, makes much more sense than that of some religionists at any perceived disrespect of their holy scriptures. (Or of the inciteful -- not "insightful" -- pastor who would burn a Qur'an to make a statement.)
If men got pregnant there would be drive-through abortions clinics and beer while you waited.
When Christians WIN, they think this is because God is on "Their side." How do they explain when they lose? Simple. It's "God's will," and you can't understand the great mysteries of the mind of God. It's all part of his "grand purpose" that is beyond the comprehension of mere mortals. Of course, this reasoning goes down the drain with a win, because then they DO understand the mind of God. God wanted them to win. Can't you see that obvious point?
Orwell's Doublethink at its finest!