An Evening with Dusty Smith and the Cult of Dusty

An Evening with Dusty Smith - The most controversial comedian on planet earth!

Dusty Smith is the founder and leader of the "Cult of Dusty". He has created over 160 YouTube videos that promote atheism, humanism and skepticism with humor, logic, and the liberal use of profanity.

Banned in 47 countries, marked for death by Muslim extremists, and hated by billions of Christians all over the world... he must be doing something right! After spending the first 30 years of his life as an evangelical Southern Baptist, Dusty began to research Christianity in order to prove its veracity to an atheist friend. He would later say his faith was "crushed by the evidence against it." Soon after, he started the Cult of Dusty YouTube channel with the aim of mocking religion and promoting atheism and rational thought. The Cult of Dusty is currently one of the most popular atheist channels on YouTube, with tens of thousands of subscribers and millions of video views worldwide.

Watch one of Dusty's videos here: (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PQSHa9JAxM).

In addition to his achievements as an atheist activist, Dusty is the author of the award winning novel "7 Deadly Sins", and lead singer of the alternative/rap group "Eliterate Einstein". For more information about Dusty, visit his website (http://www.cultofdusty.com/).

Dusty still holds a bit of a grudge against those who indoctrinated him into the "Southern Baptist Cult" as a small boy in Mississippi. During our evening together he will entertain us with the story of how he freed himself from the grasp of the Southern Baptists and embarked upon his mission to "mock religion to death". The highlight of the evening will be watching several Cult Of Dusty videos — specifically selected for the San Diego audience — complete with live commentary from Dusty. You will also see the videos recently endorsed and shared by Richard Dawkins on his website and on Twitter.Our evening raps up with Q&A, and then... the After Party (details to be arranged).Your RSVP for this event is confirmed only when you buy a ticket through this link: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=zxsketiab&oeidk=a07e7ofc7ird6c564f3

If you cannot use PayPal, please send a check for $10 per ticket (with names of all guests) to:The Humanist Fellowship of San Diego
P. O. Box 12133
San Diego CA[masked]

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  • Robert (Rob) H.

    funny

    August 5, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I (selfishly) got what I wanted out of this event. I wanted to watch Dusty's favorite, funniest videos with other atheists and have the experience of laughing together with others, changing the usually solo YouTube activity into an atheist shared, communal event. I laughed my ass off with my atheist friends, for me, the very definition of a great time! Thanks Dusty, SDCoR and to all who helped make this event happen!

    August 5, 2013

  • Erica

    Coming solo. Hope to meet some new like minded friends :)

    August 3, 2013

  • Jason F.

    We are still doing Coffee & Conversation Saturday at 6. Feel free to stop by the first hour (since the Dusty Smith event will be at 7:30 and nearby), and for those who this isn't their cup of tea-stick around for the in-depth and entertaining coverage of the week's events from a Humanist perspective.

    August 2, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I just LOVE Dusty Smith. I bought my ticket as soon as they were available (bought an "A" pin too!), and I can't wait for the event!
    I consider myself an intellectual, so I don't mind the intellectual debates and lectures that seem to be the mainstay of humanist/atheist events, but I also like to laugh, be entertained, riled up!
    I am more than happy to support all of the diverse events out there.
    Thank you to everyone responsible for bringing Dusty to San Diego!

    July 8, 2013

  • Lisa

    Sorry, I'm averse to profanity.

    June 25, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I'm glad we gave lots of warnings about the language so that you can easily avoid this event Lisa. Unlike you, profanity is just words to me, and if used cleverly with creativity and humor, as Dusty does, can be quite funny and entertaining. Sorry you won't be joining us for what promises to be one of the most entertaining and laugh-filled secular events of the year. Peace!

      June 26, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I'm from S. Korea and my husband is from N. Carolina. We consider Dusty Smith's language extremely appropriate & witty. To me, profanity means when Michele Bachman call gay people 'evil.'

      1 · June 26, 2013

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