elijah wrote:That the promotion of "pastafarianism," is attempted defamation of Ras Tafarian religion and its adherents, is self evident and undeniable. Any defending the promotion of such a term options are mearly to concede lack of such rights or further thier mission of oppressive exploitation and augment its consequences through rejection of our currently peacable demands.
Our demands are peaceful (what the hell is peacable?) too: eat pasta, don't be an evangelist towards anyone else, drink grog.
Self-evident and undeniable to you, who seems to have adopted a vendetta against any religion that may or may not be in any way different from yours. You're like the fundies on the main page, aren'tcha? Absolutely no sense of satire.
I'm anticipating that you thought J. Swift was being serious in his Modest Proposal, didn't you?
Exploitation suggests that we are benefitting at the expense of Rastafarianism. FSMism is actually provoking quite an opposite reaction, since Rastafarianism is getting more
attention because Pastafarianism is a portmanteau of the name, urging people to pay more attention to the Rastafarian root of the word.
That is to say, go cry in a corner, emo kid, if you don't want any pasta.