Category: Ask An Atheist Booth Recap

True events from the weekly 'Ask An Atheist' Booth held every Saturday in Balboa Park, in the central San Diego. Some names and details may be changed for privacy and to confuse potential stalkers and crazy people.

EarthFair Atheist Booth at Balboa Park

The SDCOR group purchased a spot for the atheist booth at today’s EarthFair in our usual location, Balboa Park. This annual event draws 50,000 – 70,000 people, and it’s a very different demographic: It’s attended almost entirely by San Diego residents. As you see from the photos, there are hundreds of vendors so space is …

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Ask-an-Atheist Booth Log: April 16 2016

With a perfect spring San Diego day and blue skies overhead I was expecting large crowds and a quiet day at the booth, but things turned out differently.  I did something I rarely do — raised my voice in frustration, and all within a few minutes of opening. We had barely finished setting up and …

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Atheist Booth 02/13/16

Another great day in San Diego. Helped set up around 10:00am. We moved to the shaded side of the Prado in anticipation of an 80f + afternoon. The morning was busy with quite a few atheists stopping to talk and to let us know that they are glad we are out representing.  Some very interesting …

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Ask-An-Atheist Booth Log: Feb 13 2016

The weather was absolutely perfect today — mid 70’s, a light breeze, and clear blue skies!  It’s also a holiday weekend, which brought the tourists out in droves to Balboa Park, where our Ask-An-Atheist Booth was ready for business as always! We had barely finished setting up when Jackpot and I were approached by a 50-ish …

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Ask-An-Atheist Booth: Jan 16 2016

Today was another beautify day in the park, with lots of tourists strolling by enjoying the 70-ish weather.  A perfect day to Ask An Atheist! Dante brought his… I don’t know what you call it, the “Japanese thing” that makes the very Japanese sound when you play it.  He’s quite good, although he tells me …

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