Hemant at the Friendly Atheist points out that the “four horsemen” of “New” Atheism held a round-table discussion talking about their books and public. If you fancy yourself a critic or a fan of these writers, you’d do well to actually listen to what they have to say about themselves and each other (note that the video has two parts: this is part 2). Maybe it will dispel some myths you have about them, or maybe just make you a better critic of them. Maybe you’ll just find it enjoyable.
But if you can’t bring yourself to do it, then Hemant has a link to a great bit of advice on how you can go about avoiding atheists altogether from now on.
Bonus: at about 6:48, Daniel Dennet demonstrates that you can artfully imbibe a martini even with a sagely beard, a skill I could never get the hang of when I once wore a soup-strainer. Class!