Kiva Team FSM has reached $2 Million in Loans

Published March 24th, 2014 by Bobby Henderson


Team FSM has reached $2 Million in loans on the micro-lending site Kiva. We’re now the top-lending religious congregation on Kiva, above the Buddhists, Catholics, Muslims, and — especially pleasing to me – above the Mormons, who we’ve been in a friendly competition with for years. Congratulations everyone!

suck it, mormons

What is Kiva? Kiva is a platform where you can make small loans to people in poor areas that need help starting small business. We make small, interest-free loans towards the projects we support, and Kiva combines them to fund the loan to the person who wants to build a small workshop, farm, restaurant, fruit stand, etc. These are interest-fee loans in places like Cambodia, Peru, Uganda — places where traditional bank lending to the poor is unavailable (or predatory). Kiva ensures that the loans are paid out and that the money is paid back. A lot of us feel this is the best way of bringing economic growth to the poorest areas.

I’ve had a good experience with Kiva and I encourage anyone interested to check it out. And please join our amazing team and help us continue to trounce the mainstream religion teams.

1,534 Responses to “Kiva Team FSM has reached $2 Million in Loans”

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  1. fiverr seo says:

    I think this is a real great post. Will read on…

  2. Elizabeth Myers says:

    Hello friends am Mrs Elizabeth Myers Single Mom with two kids from Ohio USA,i want to testify on how i got my Xmas loan from a real and legit loan company after being scammed recently by several Fake Companies who pretend to be Legit loan companies ,i was stuck in a financial situation in Early November 2015 and needed to pay off bills and also seeking for an Xmas loan ,and all banks declined my credit card ,until i met a friend who i Explained my problems to, and to my superise she told me that she just got a loan from Legit company online called Henry HowardHowardInvestmentLimited ,that she can introduce me to the company,first i was skeptical in acquiring loan online because of how i was scammed of my hard earned money, so i decided to give it a trial,and i applied for a loan of 100,000.00 US D at 2% interest rate ,and did accordingly what the company asked me to do,and to my greatest superise i got the loan of 100,000.00 USD in my bank account within 24 hours and i said i wont keep this to my self i was going to Testify about the good things the company is doing,so if you were worry about how you were going to get loan of any kind, worry no more kindly contact the company via email :([email protected])or ([email protected]) God bless you……

  3. Keith says:

    I think your husband is not the only one with cancer of the brain.

  4. Rasputin says:

    Don’t write cr*p like this. Nobody’s interested. Your twaddle is much too long, it’s not funny and it fails to mention the FSM. My advice: Keep it short, keep it funny and praise His Noodliness or shut the **** up.

  5. Keith says:

    That’s a good point about mentioning the FSM. This is a website devoted to his/her/its Noodliness and there seem to be few posts (mine included, I am sorry to say) that give due praise to the FSM.

  6. Captain Hook says:


  7. pastamon says:

    y r they allowed on yeeeee website

  8. The Sauceror says:

    Dear pastamon, it is tempting to ban these freaks from our show, but I have to confess that they create a great foil for my own occasional miss-spellings and grammatical errors.

  9. Captain Hook says:

    We can’t kick these people out. If we kick them out we can’t talk s**t.

  10. The Sauceror says:

    Fork these FSM-damn “404 errors”! Where is the FSM-damn prophet when you need him? Is anyone else experiencing these frustrations, or is it only a sauceror curse?

  11. The Sauceror says:

    Dear Keith, your comment was genius when placed in the right context at the right place (it made me laugh). However, a Pastafarian might have replaced the word “cancer” with the word “constipation”, or another humorous Pastafarian phrase, which would have made everyone laugh. I recognize that, from your unique sense of humor, this was not intended to be offensive at all. Please, don’t take this as a criticism, but merely as an observation.
    Your friend, and mine, The Sauceror.

  12. Apprentice Frederic says:

    Keith, I think your comment applies to Mrs. (?) Ann as well…,

  13. Rasputin says:

    Dear Keith, I didn’t actually speak with the borched mesom. The discussion was more of a one-sided rant. Think of William Shatner’s rendition of “Common People” (find it on YouTube) but with high-pitched shrieking, belching and frightening growls.

  14. Keith says:

    I really have no idea where the post to which I responded is, so I can’t comment on what I wrote.

  15. Rasputin says:

    Kelvin, I’ve already told you: Make a porno movie of yourself getting fauxed by bill. Then post it on a web site where we can see it. Otherwise faux off.

  16. The Sauceror says:

    Some kelvins just don’t get the message. Maybe his brain is set at 0 degrees kelvin. That’s ok, my borched mesom likes an occasional cold snack.

  17. Dr Mark says:


       My name is Caroline Peoples i am located in USA. i will like to publish the hand work of God to the general public. God has been very grateful to me and my family. 5months ago i was seriously searching for a loan worth 90,000usd to buy a house in the USA. And i was scammed by various lenders online, but 2weeks ago i was directed to a lender online by a friend and the name of the lender is Mr Adams. I will advice any one interested in a  real loan should contact the man of God for a loan via[ [email protected]]for any amount of loan.

    Caroline Peoples

  18. Captain Hook says:

    We can’t kick these people out. If we kick them out we can’t talk s**t.

  19. TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

    I am interested in the “hand work of God”. Where can one get a heavenly hand job, anyway?

  20. Captain Hook says:

    Become a Choir Boy.

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