Pastafarian Rapture?

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Postby Sir Francis Drake on Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:57 pm

Oh my FSM! It's a wonder you survived to be with us here today.
Taste the truth, savor the satire, pass the pasta!

Dona Nobis Pasta

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Postby Alpaca on Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:04 pm

My grandmother is here, and she feels the need to always keep herself somehow useful. So she makes home-made noodles. They're so incredibly delicious...
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Postby fusiontortellini on Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:32 pm

My S.O. is half Italian. His mother makes the most amazing ravioli -- but only occasionally. It's the first course at Thanksgiving and Easter.

Christmas is the Irish side -- so it's store bought. At least the Irish recognize their incompetence.

But my mother's German-Czech, so she has no excuse!
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Postby Alpaca on Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:33 pm

My family is Polish, so similar lack of excuses there.
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Postby fusiontortellini on Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:35 pm

And my mother's mother is a fabulous cook. Though, considering how the female generations tend to relate in my family, that may be why my mother's so bad. But I learned the family recipes from Grandma, and am the Conservator for this generation. Still trying to decide who to inaugurate for next Conservator -- but the oldest is only ten, so there's time.
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Postby Alpaca on Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:42 pm

I know that I need to learn. I'm 15, so it'll be faster than imaginable before I go to college. And I'd better know some good ramen recipes by then.
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Postby fusiontortellini on Tue Jan 03, 2006 6:19 pm

Best Ramen recipe -- drop an egg in sometime between a-minute-left and off-the-stove, depending on how much you like your egg cooked. Stir REAL fast to there aren't many big bits. That way you get your protein, too!

I lived on this for a couple months when my stomach couldn't take anything else.
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Postby Alpaca on Tue Jan 03, 2006 8:11 pm

One pack of eggs = over a week and a half of interesting ramen. Nice.

Any other fun things to spice it up?
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Postby fusiontortellini on Tue Jan 03, 2006 9:53 pm

Well, my Hispanic friends swear by cayenne pepper and Tobasco sauce. My Oriental friends recommend ginger and soy sauce, and maybe some five-spice powder. I could never get the proportions right, though.

When I was on my Ramen diet, I didn't add anything else since my stomach couldn't take it. Or I'd have more suggestions. :wink:
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Postby darren996 on Tue Jan 03, 2006 9:57 pm

Spicy peanut sauce is one of my favorites... :mrgreen: It's oriental and hot!
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Postby The Meromorph on Wed Jan 04, 2006 12:05 am

I've posted this before, but...
There's an unconfirmed rumor going around that the Rapture has already happened on October 5th 2005.
The news is being suppressed by the Christian Churches because apparently only 37 people were actually uplifted. 34 were Palestinians and 3 were Israelis...
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Postby darren996 on Wed Jan 04, 2006 12:07 am

I was wondering where they went... :mrgreen:
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Postby Alpaca on Wed Jan 04, 2006 8:26 am

The Meromorph wrote:I've posted this before, but...
There's an unconfirmed rumor going around that the Rapture has already happened on October 5th 2005.
The news is being suppressed by the Christian Churches because apparently only 37 people were actually uplifted. 34 were Palestinians and 3 were Israelis...


Guess the 1500 crusades didn't help...
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Postby fusiontortellini on Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:27 pm

Alpaca wrote:Guess the 1500 crusades didn't help...

Is that a date, or an amount?

"Official" Crusades:
First Crusade: 1096
Second Crusade: 1147
Third Crusade: 1189
Fourth Crusade: 1202
Fifth Crusade: 1217
Sixth Crusade: 1228
Seventh Crusade: 1248
Eighth Crusade: 1270
Ninth Crusade: 1271

Children's Crusade: 1212

Albigensian Crusade: 1209

And then there were a whole series of them by the Germans going northeast instead of southeast which continued through the 1500's . . .

campus crusade for christ founded 1951.

The Burning Crusade: World of Warcraft expansion

Crusade: TV series, spinoff of Babylon 5.

Inumerable crusades against health problems just about everywhere . . .

My guess is that it's an amount.

I just love looking these things up! :D
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Postby Alpaca on Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:42 pm

Yeah, it was an amount. I should've put more zeroes in there.
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