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28 August 2008 @ 01:52 pm
Hi I'm new here! And I wanted to show you this. I have made two Pastafarian decorations- useful to be put on Christmas trees, or other decoration purposes.

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14648053
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14648326

I was also wondering if anyone could help me make the description more amusing or appealing?

Any other ideas for decorations to do with the FSM, and do you think they'd sell?
 
 
28 May 2008 @ 12:53 pm
There's an old tradition in manga of magical girls being blessed with the powers of gods . . .


With the Blessings of Pasta
by *sailorptah on deviantART

So here's a magical girl who will punish you in the name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Her outfit is obviously mainly spaghetti-themed, though I tried to put in a few piratey details as well. It could use more, but that would require me doing costume research, so it's not going to happen soon.

Anybody want to suggest a name?
 
 
 
16 April 2008 @ 08:11 am
MSN news says: Pirate attacks up 20%
 
 
14 April 2008 @ 03:04 am
See? Evolution can't be true, just watch this brilliant man as he speaks what could only be His words.

 
 
 
11 April 2008 @ 08:33 pm
I have recently been touched by His Noodly Appendage, and I can tell you, I'm so glad I finally found a religion that supports my beliefs :D Yay for pirates!

So, this post only exists to show you a bit of work I did for school/English class. Of course it's perfect because it's a text written about Him. I'm sad the teacher didn't give us marks for this homework because I surely would've been the best with this text about Him. Enjoy. :D

Never would he have thought that hell looked like this. He had always lived as a good man in the South-Western of the USA with his wife and their six children. Scarcely did he remember what killed him off but he suspected it to be a car accident. And now he was standing here, at the side of a man that claimed he was a prophet of the Flying Spaghetti monster, whatever that was, and told him that he had chosen the wrong religion and that the Flying Spaghetti Monster, who was once only seen as a parody, created the universe and all men. He looked around himself, trying to make out any eternal hell fire. When he couldn't spot one, he turned around again but saw he was almost alone. Not only had the prophet gone away but there were no angels or anything of the sort. The only other living things here were... strippers. Strippers with sexually transmissible diseases, as he heard one of them mumble. Disgustedly, he turned away. Not sooner had he turned around than he saw volcan made of beer. He frowned, but stepped nearer and took a sip of the beer only to spit it out in the next moment. It tasted like crap. It was then that he truly believed this was hell.
 
 
07 April 2008 @ 02:16 pm
I didn't see this posted. Recently there has been an installation of a Flying Spaghetti Monster statue at the Cumberland County Courthouse lawn in Crossville, Tennessee.

I've also set up a LJ syndicated feed to the Flying Spaghetti Monster Blog, which is the artist's blog about the statue. Is there already one to the venganza.org site?

Edit: I have now created a syndicated feed to the venganza.org site for on-going FSM news. This is maintained by Bobby Henderson but isn't his personal blog. I've called this feed Church_FSM.
 
 
02 April 2008 @ 10:28 pm
A long long time ago, like probably several years, I believe someone here posted a link to video about an experiment with hollow noodles. There were two different sizes, and after boiling them a bunch of them had nested together. Anyway, it was all highly improbable, miraculous even, and proof that his Noodliness exists, not that we need it.

Does anyone happen to know what video I'm talking about and have a link?
 
 
17 March 2008 @ 08:14 pm
I really want to be mean, and I've had my dinner, so what do I do? 

The following has been edited because I'd probably get in shit for whining about it, even though i wasn't the one who destroyed someone else's property.

I'm a fairly tolerant .  I'm good to people and in return, they usually repay the favour.  So, at the place where I work, non-fiction books were the order of the day.  Often, people only ever learned that non-fiction books are really dull biographies.  Therefore, I take a few from my collection in to show people a variety.  I take them the essay collections by Sarah Vowell.  I've even taken in America: the Book and The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to show them how history and philosophy can be played with.

Usually, some of these will be borrowed.  I've never had any issues with that until now.

Eventually, I ask for the books I lent out to be returned.  Five people have no problem with this.  The sixth?  The borrower promptly announces they (gender non-specific on purpose) "destroyed it" because it made this person "so angry" they "had to."  I didn't even see it coming.  Usually, I can pick them out a million miles away because we have so many of them where I work.  This person is one of those "I'm a religious zealot intolerant of anything but my narrow view of the world that I will actively oppress anything that disagrees with me" types.  What did this person do?  Destroyed my copy of The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

The worst part?  There's nothing I can do as we've been told if we loan anything  it's our problem if it gets destroyed.  In other words, the person took the book only with the intention of destroying it and there's not a damn thing I can do about it.  I don't know if I'm angry I lost the book or that I totally got snowed by this allegedly pious piece of crap.  Maybe it's because if there's one group I'm really irritated by more than anything, it is the religiously zealous.   

My intolerance for the religiously intolerance:  let me show you it.
 
 
11 March 2008 @ 03:13 pm
Here is a video parodying that new Expelled tripe, found on Pharyngula: