Atheist Shoes vs Discrimination of godless people by the US Postal Service

Großartiger Marketing-Stunt der Schuhverkäufer von Atheist Berlin, die festgestellt haben, dass ihre Päckchen in den USA mit Atheist-Klebeband ziemlich oft ziemlich spät ankommen oder gleich ganz verloren gehen. Also haben sie's getestet und insgesamt 178 Päckchen an 89 Leute verschickt, jeder Kunde bekam zwei, einmal mit und ohne Atheist-Klebeband. Ergebnis: 9 Atheisten-Pakete gingen verloren, nur 1 ohne Branding, die Atheisten-Pakete brauchten dreimal länger. Tolle Aktion! Auf dem Bild rechts trägt Matthew Chapman, Ur-Ur-Ur-Enkel von Charles Darwin, ein paar der gottlosen Schlappen.

We have lots of customers in the USA, but sometimes the shoes we send them take longer than they should to arrive, or even go missing. And, when some of our customers asked us not to use ATHEIST-branded packing tape on their shipments, we started to wonder if the delays were caused by the US Postal Service taking offence at our overt godlessness…

We sent 178 packages to 89 people, in 49 US-States. Each person was sent 2 packages; one sealed with ATHEIST-branded packing tape, the other with neutral tape. They all left Berlin on November 21st, 2012 and, in theory, the branded and unbranded packages should have travelled at exactly the same speed.

USPS Discrimination against Atheism? A Study by the makers of Atheist Shoes