Yeah, billboards like that are counter productive. It makes atheists and skeptics look like dicks because right or wrong on the issue the people who want to put up that billboard are dicks.
Also, I think science museums need to start including roller coasters.
Also also - and this is just semantics - but the Creation "Museum" is a legitimate museum in the same way that creation "science" is science. You can shit in a bucket and call it a museum if you want, but I won't agree with you.
meh, I cant classify museums as all being skeptical or even science related. There is a Museum of Oddities (great place) A Paul Bunyan Museum, Chiropractic Museum, and tons of other roadsides.
The Chiropractic Museum is even accurate as it tells the history of Chiropractors but it is still not skeptical.
As far as the billboard discussion i agree that positive billboards should be used to help those trying to break free of religion "you are not alone" type stuff.
Outwardly trying to make someone look like a fool when they are already doing a good job of it themselves just attracts more fools. Case point , whenever the Christians formed a picket line in front of our adult nightclub our sales where higher. At one point we even tried paying them to come back.