lol deep down inside, you know that's not proof that God does not exist.
Where did God say that he will bow to your whims?
God didn't say a word. And don't tell me what I know deep down inside.
Of course there is no proof. Given that theists can only provide a slippery definition of what a god is, and being that they excuse its lack of obvious existence based on the need for faith (something all religions, yours or otherwise, seem to agree on, given the lack of an obvious deity), there is no way to disprove a god, because all you have to do is redefine him to negate whatever proof is put forward. And nobody can argue, because a non-entity can be anything you want it to be, and once you have loosely defined it, you also get to proclaim how impossible it is to disprove your conjectures/guesses/whims/pretenses.
But if I leave your standards behind (oops, not standards, but instead, semi-structured fictions purported to be truthful in some philosophically deep way that believers can't explain), then I can prove, to my own satisfaction that there is not a god. First, I look at religious claims, and see how well the match reality. That normally takes ten or twelve seconds, because I like to triple-check my work. Then I look at the world and see if I can see anything that makes it appear to be created by an intelligent being. Another ten or twelve seconds down the drain, but I'm a careful guy. Lastly, I check to see if alternative explanations can account for the universe and its contents, and then my ten or twelve seconds turns in years of reading and study and stuff, because it is interesting. And science matches reality. And it doesn't demand my piety. Nor does it threaten. Or belittle. Or tell me I'm th scum of the earth. Or condemn me.
All of which is consistent with reality. And that really helps.
I live in a world that is messy, so if there actually is a god, he's not very good at it. The messes (geologic, biologic, social, atmospheric, etc.) consistently serve to remind me that the universe is haphazard in its accomplishments, and that the good, the bad, and the ugly are dished out in different proportions, based on everything from chance to theft. But if I am more moral than your god (which I am, even if he is real), if I am wiser than your god (a given) and I am far less prone to throwing hissy-fits than he, then your god is highly unlikely because I beat him in those categories even though I am nowhere near perfect.
But nothing else is either. Some things are pretty nice (my snazzy new iPhone, the view of the mountains out my window, that really nice divorcée who moved in down the road), but even that doesn't mean that they are perfect. In an average world, something are going to be better than that, while others worse, just to keep things even. But a god who can't keep the earthquakes down, terrorists at bay, Internet service cheap or get the University of Oregon football team back into a national championship game is most likely non-existent. Either that, or I am also more competent than him.
Because if I that power, and I loved 7 billion people, it would be apparent. My omnipotence would extend to my common sense, and all people would benefit from my existence rather than kill each other arguing over various unacceptable variations.
Right now, religious claims are about as unapparent as something can get. And that is better than proof to me.