This post appeared in our 2015 April Fools’ Day edition.
Taking a cue from the recent global explosion of apathy and overwhelming indifference, the American Humanist Association today announced its new organizational slogan, “Eh, OK Without a God,” replacing their longstanding motto, “Good Without a God.”
“We found that our ‘good’ slogan wasn’t accurately representing the aloofness and disinterest that is so popular among humanists today,” explained AHA Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. “We’re hoping to show that we, too, can support the increasing majority of our members who just want to passively ride this secular train and see where it ends up.”
To coincide with the new slogan, the AHA also revealed a modified version of the iconic Happy Human symbol, shrugging its shoulders with the same lethargic disregard for life that is now prevalent in modern society.
The organization also promised to soon release details of its upcoming “Roll Your Eyes in Front of a Church and Groan” grassroots organizing campaign.