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startling evidence – piracy vs global warming

Published November 4th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Discovered by Pastafarian Koji:

I’m amazed, I was thinking that your churches theories on global warming were just a bit off. I was using Google Trends and I came up with a startling chart.

As you will notice, when I compared ‘free movies’ and ‘global warming’ whenever people search for free movies, less people search for global warming. Why you ask… Because no new developments come up while piracy occurs.

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When Koji sent me this, even I was skeptical. But it’s legit: try it yourself.



75 Responses to “startling evidence – piracy vs global warming”

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  2. SillyKiwiMan says:

    The sad thing is that many businesses in Auckland (or Dorkland as it is more properly known in New Zealand) would actually pen an advertisement in this fashion.

    Then they’d threaten me for using the term “penned” because it would make me “some sort of fag”.

    (This doesn’t go for the whole city, just large chunks of it along with the rest of my mother country)

  3. Keith says:

    That being the case I asume you don’t patronise them very often (oops, another “fag” word).

  4. SillyKiwiMan says:

    Patronise, no; condescend, all the time.

  5. Rasputin says:

    Could Pastafarians advertise on this website? I don’t mean web criminals offering loans of $100,000,000 and telling us they’re very reputable. I mean Pastafarians who own a copyshop or a hotel or a car body shop or a window cleaning company or a taxi firm in Auckland or Munich or Toronto or Manchester who could have a pop-up message. There’s nothing to stop us from mentioning our companies in our blogs already. A more formal arrangement would allow Pastafarians to pass a bit more income to our church. Plus adverts are tax-deductible. Comments, please. If the idea stinks, I am certain you will say so.

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