The church didn't take kindly to a billboard on their premises proclaiming that people don't need what they're selling, so they complained to the billboard company and the ad was moved to another site.
|To be fair, a steakhouse probably wouldn't want an "I'm good|
without beef" billboard displayed in their parking lot either.
So, a billboard got moved. Not censored, not stolen, not vandalized, just moved. I have to say that it's an improvement over what's befallen similar ads in other places (and I must give thanks to Hemant Mehta for diligently calling out such acts of sabotage). If this is the worst thing that happens, then I'd say this was a pretty successful campaign. People know that we're here and they seem to be wising up to the fact that we're not evil. I sincerely hope that one day atheism will be such a non-issue in public life that we won't need to announce our presence like this; perhaps these billboards and even atheist-themed blogs will one day be a thing of the past because they've served their historical purpose.
On a related note, I decided that I'm not sure how well I like the "Out of the Closet" banner that I made previously on the FFRF website, so I made a new one:
|I'm still not a big fan of the font they use for these, but eh. ~shrug~|