We attended the storytelling event at the Biltmore the evening Robrt Pela spoke. We thought his dry humor was engaging but were¬†uncomfortable with¬†some of his content¬†and surprised that it was¬†allowed,¬†especially¬†since they had a "coaching session" beforehand. It wasn't his delivery we objected to, more that there were children in the audience.¬†Robrt spoke of finding out Santa doesn't exist¬†and associated that with a non-existant God. It was offensive to us as we felt a storyteller (or any speaker) should know to whom he is speaking.¬† This¬† family-oriented event was not composed of synical adults only! Robrt's athiesm is his own business, but again, was it appropriate in a Christmas story?