After seeing an ad on TV for 0% financing, I spontaneously headed to the "big city" (Lafayette IN) to look at a Dodge truck. My Dakota is 8 years old, nearly 100k miles.
The salesman was friendly, and although the model he offered wasn't what I was interested in, he insisted I take a test drive. Big mistake. Traffic was awful, and I was in a vehicle I didn't feel comfortable in. I almost prayed for no accident to occur.
Anyway, the salesman was a talker--with horrible English ("We was, have went", etc.). Worse, in the course of conversation, he had to tell me about his religion. His four children all went to a private church school (Faith Baptist) because public schools "force evolution down kids' throats". I kept quiet until he asked me where I worked.
Then I nailed him. "I was a middle and high school science teacher, including biology, forcing evolution down kids' throats", I said. Dumbstruck, he replied, "Really?" Yep.
He got off that subject and back on the truck's features. But the point is, we atheists can't seem to escape this religious America of ours. Obviously, I would never buy a vehicle from this cretin.