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FSM makes The Washington Post’s In list for 2008

Published January 1st, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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In its Year In Review 2007, The Washington Post has proclaimed “God is a Flying Spaghetti Monster” IN for 2008. Take a look. Thanks for your support, WP.



43 Responses to “FSM makes The Washington Post’s In list for 2008”

  1. Satan says:

    Somehow “Flying Spaghetti Monster” and “harmonica beatbox solo” sound good together.

  2. jon says:

    looks like we are getting some recognition thanks and glory be to the great Bobby he came to this world sent from the Great One His Noodliness.. To spread the Word to us lowly midgets and now we are Saved and will meet his noodlyness one day Ramen!

  3. Johnny Landlubber says:

    Irate Pirate,
    That seems like wishful thinking at best, but in the interests of fairness, there’s plenty of sugar-coated, mindless garbage that has not been filed under intelligent design, although it could given the vagueness of the statements it makes.
    If they would just *say* that the Flying Spaghetti Monster created the universe, then it would be a lot easier to teach.
    rAmen

  4. johng says:

    I did not know of your god until I stumbled upon him after reading the WP’s list. I find him fascinating, and your discovery of a link between the declining number of pirates and global temps is definitely an eye-opener.

  5. a sarcastic wench says:

    RAmen!

  6. Wench Nikkiee says:

    Kudos to the Washington Post….they obviously have very astute taste.
    Hmmm….Pasta with a side order of freshly baked garlic bread.
    RAmen WP
    May the enlightenment of His Noodly Appendages forever guide your path to the truth.

  7. Pacific Pam says:

    I feel so honored to be in such a distinguished list…
    .
    First, the washington Post….then, THE FUCKING WORLD!

  8. Solar Asthma says:

    If “God is Not Great” is a reference to the Hitchens book, then is it not actually spelled “god is not Great”?
    If it is the case that the paper is referencing that book, then good work Washington Post. Time to fire an editor.

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