UPDATE: Reader Robin has already submitted a Ceiling-Cat-defaced bill, shown below. Perhaps there should be a contest for the most creative effacement of God. . .
I found this suggestion for a U.S. currency stamp (and its placement) at the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster:
You could do it with Ceiling Cat, too!
Now I don’t know if this is legal or not, so I’m giving no advice here. Some say that because the law prohibits only marks on bills that render them unfit for circulation, it’s okay, as the bills are still “fit.” On the other hand, I’ve heard that these marks do indeed make them unfit, since they supposedly won’t be accepted by vending machines that scan bills.
Who knows? All I know is that the slogan “In God we Trust”, which Eisenhower made the legal motto of the U.S. in 1956, is starting to irk me. Not only do I not trust God, but I strongly doubt there’s anyone up there to trust.