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4th of July sighting

Published July 5th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Noodly Appendanges burning brightly

Bill sent this last night.  Did anyone else happen to spot the FSM?

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While watching a lovely display of fireworks on the 4th of July, Our Noodly Master revealed himself not once, but TWICE! Truly, I have been blessed.

rAmen

Barbara, San Jose California

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The Flying Spaghetti Monster blessed us with his presence on the 4th of July, after burning an entire box of Piccolo Pete’s at once.

-Darrell



10 Responses to “4th of July sighting”

  1. Pastafarian igo says:

    I saw him once or twice in the sky!

  2. huyzer says:

    I spotted one here. Of the three, I’m sure you can spot it:
    http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1020&message=35716846

  3. What the heck? says:

    I saw Him! Two red fireworks (the meatballs) and a large white one. The white one turned yellow, then made those “cricklecricklecrickle” noises.

    I truly felt touched by His Noodly Appendage.

  4. Raymond Nirnberger says:

    The Fires of Heaven have come upon us.

    Let us praise Him, that He be welcomed unto His Earth that He hath created.

  5. Pasta says:

    There were fireworks at our local school recently and the FSM blessed us with his presence in the sky. Wow, he is awesome.

  6. Meghan says:

    Jesus loves you all and He is the only true God yall should all be ashamed of yourselves. this makes absolutley no sense!!! I hope you read a King James Version Bible!! it will tell you who and whats the truth in life! God Bless You!….i love eating spaghetti!!!

  7. CHris Walker says:

    Meghan – do you love eating Jesus too?
    we know that kind of thing goes on in churches all the time…

  8. plumberbob says:

    Meghan: July 9, 2010 at 3:21 PM ,

    You must realize that the KJV is a very poor translation of the Hebrew/Koine original. It is mis-translated to say in English, what the translators wanted it to say, and where the original said something else, that didn’t stop them. If you can’t read the original, you have a very poor understanding of what it really says. Your faith and belief will not help you; many of the words are still wrong.

    Perhaps if you were smart enough to read and follow the directions that were clearly given to you when you entered our site, you would have had your questions answered. After reading the Open Letter and the “About” tab material, you could have learned:

    1) Our mission is the exclusion of religious mythology from the science curricula of public schools.

    2) Our theology is a satire that neither depends on, nor is derivative of any other religion.

    3) We insist that any school board that includes any religious mythology in their science curricula, must also include ours.

    Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.
    H. L. Mencken
    US editor (1880 – 1956 )

    RAmen

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