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Below are the 14 most recent journal entries recorded in
For Followers of The Great Flying Spaghetti Monste's LiveJournal:
|Sunday, July 12th, 2009|
Hail and Praise!
I was touched by the great noodle a week ago and I have converted fully. It was hard for me because my old religon is very close to me.
But I asked myself, who is the greater lord and master?
He who provides a delious life and a fantastic after life of beer and strippers or the Great Old One with is dark occult glee and tenticals..?
Yes I had to ask: Who would win:Cthulhu VS FSM?
Our great Lord of the Pasta!
|Friday, February 20th, 2009|
|Monday, October 27th, 2008|
With the rise of software and music piracy, global warming should be disappearing. Is it perhaps because software and music pirates don't wear pirate regalia and have pirate ships?
|Thursday, August 28th, 2008|
|Friday, August 22nd, 2008|
|Thursday, December 27th, 2007|
The FSM triumphs over evil!
Polk Needled, Noodled In Evolution Flap
By BILLY TOWNSEND The Tampa Tribune
December 22, 2007
LAKELAND - Public floggings hurt, even when administered by satirical sacred noodles
Ask the Polk County School Board. The panel made news last month when five of its seven members declared a personal belief in the concept of intelligent design, the religiously based explanation of the development of life believed in by many Christians.
Four of those five sympathetic board members said they would like to see intelligent design taught in Polk schools as an alternative to Darwinian evolution, at a time when new state standards mentioning evolution by name for the first time are under consideration.
Just like that, it appeared the Darwin wars had found their newest battlefield.
Yet a few weeks later, the controversy is dying with a whimper. There's no board support for a challenge to the proposed standards. Some of the five school board members blame the local newspaper for trying to start a fight.
"It's not our agenda," said Tim Harris, one of the board members. "My personal opinion and how I vote don't always jibe."
What happened? You can start with the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
. The satirical religious Web site asserts that an omnipotent, airborne clump of spaghetti intelligently designed all life with the deft touch of its "noodly appendage." Adherents call themselves Pastafarians. They deluged Polk school board members with e-mail demanding equal time for Flying Spaghetti Monsterism's version of intelligent design. "They've made us the laughingstock of the world," said Margaret Lofton, a school board member who supports intelligent design. She dismissed the e-mail as ridiculous and insulting. [Uh, no. Actually you've made yourselves the laughingstock of the world. But that's OK because now you know about FSM and his noodly love!]
Read the rest of the article by going HERE
|Saturday, May 12th, 2007|
Share the FSM Love!
I came out to my car at the end of a long day, and found this note from a fellow Pastafarian tucked under my wiper. She saw my FSM emblem, and had to spread the love.
"I've been touched by his noodly appendage. FSM Rocks!"
Awesome! I had not idea that others who have been touched by his noodly appendage were secretly working at the same biotech firm that I work at. We're EVERYWHERE!
I hereby pledge to leave a note of FSM Love when and wherever I see the presence of the Beloved Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Crossposted to fsmism
. Current Mood: chipper
|Monday, April 2nd, 2007|
Student punished for spaghetti beliefs
Thursday, March 29, 2007
A student has been suspended from school in America for coming to class dressed as a pirate.
But the disciplinary action has provoked controversy – because the student says that the ban violates his rights, as the pirate costume is part of his religion.
Bryan Killian says that he follows the Pastafarian religion, and that as a crucial part of his faith, he must wear 'full pirate regalia' as prescribed in the holy texts of Pastafarianism.
The school, however, say that his pirate garb was disruptive.
Pastafarians follow the Flying Spaghetti Monster (pictured), and believe that the world was created by the touch of his noodly appendage. Furthermore, they acknowledge pirates as being 'absolute divine beings', and stress that the worldwide decline in the number of pirates has directly led to global warming.
Pastafarianism gained wide attention when its key prophet, Bobby Henderson, wrote to the Kansas School Board during the height of the controversy over 'Intelligent Design' being taught in science classes. His letter, also published on his website, demanded equal time be given to the teachings of the Flying Spaghetti Monster as was given to ID and evolutionary theory.
Since then, the Flying Spaghetti Monster has gained countless followers worldwide, although there are those who remain spagnostic.
The school, in North Buncombe, North Carolina, remains adamant that their decision to suspend Killian for a day has nothing to do with his religion, and quite a lot to do with his repeated refusal to heed warnings against wearing pirate outfits.http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/article.html?in_article_id=43272&in_page_id=2
Another link about the same incident:http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200770328123
|Friday, December 22nd, 2006|
|Saturday, November 18th, 2006|
Weird unbeliever, arrogant ignorant infidel
Chant the name of No-Thing
For No-thing alone can liberate you
From birth and death
From the cycle of its repeated murder
--- Gospel of No-Thing, Book of Salvation:1:2
, a satirical project.
|Monday, September 11th, 2006|
All hail his noodly appendage!! So glad to find you!
|Friday, April 7th, 2006|
The copy of "The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster" which I ordered, came today. So far, I've only read a few pages. It appears that it will live up to its reputation of being the loose canon.
Just having it in hand, I feel blessed by His Noodly Appendage. It's truly filled with saucy goodness. Well, it's time for a beer.
|Saturday, April 1st, 2006|
its good to be around others
i'm glad to have found others like me, worshiping a little-known deity. I feel left out, with easter and passover coming, and everyone getting excited together about the festivities planned. I have no one to share my religion with, and I am very happy to know that there is another place to come together. i have been trying to spread the word about the holy fsm, but it has been slow going. most people don't take me seriously. i don't know how to make them understand that this is a serious matter. we were all created by the great flying spaghetti monster. why is that so hard to beleive?
|Thursday, January 5th, 2006|
It was a day much like any other, meaning that the Small Angry Child had terrorized me for much of the day, The Hubby was distant and aloof, and The Doggle had shed all over everything that had just been vaccuumed. I seem to remember that the car was making a Vile Smell, there was another Vile Smell emanating from the SAC's posterior, and worst of all, I was out of caffine. And, like many other days I was at the end of my rope. My patience had worn thin (think angel hair pasta), and I was clost to getting in my Vile Smelling car and heading off to a life of organic goat herding in the Ozark Mountains. Anything to get me away from here.
Suddenly, just as I was about to toss a package of salisbury steaks in the microwave to feed my ravinous family, I had the strangest urge to make...Spaghetti. Feeling lazy, I brushed it off as a misguided attempt of my conscious to provide the family with something nutritious, and continued the nuking of the pre-fab steaks.
Then, that night, I had a dream. I was in a Strange Land where Beer flowed from a Great Volcano. There was a Stripper Factory and Midgits. Best of all (aside from the beer) I felt oddly at peace. And then, I was touched by a Noodly Appendage (RAmen). And the owner of the Appendage said to me in my dream, "Go Forth, and spread the word of My Noodly Goodness."
And so I am.
/ Current Mood: curious