A number of people sent in photos but this is my favorite. Click the photo for the enlarged version. Credit goes to machshots.com
Please see the attached picture of the FSM guitar I built. It debuted at the Center For Inquiry Indiana annual picnic. I have wanted to build this for three years and finally got it done. The guitar is a very playable instrument (but only while standing up). My friend, retired medical illustrator Craig Gosling (photo left) did the sketch for the body shape. I constructed the guitar and Eric Ward did the paint.
Jeffrey sent in this photo from this morning’s DragonCON parade in Atlanta.
Here’s a close-up:
I like that He’s riding majestically in a car while others are walking.
The “Him->” sign is a helpful touch to those not yet enlightened.
And that looks like the I Want To Believe drawing on the car, am I right? This one:
One more photo. Notice the mountain/midgit. Awesome.
Here is a cake that I did in my class at Le Cordon Bleu.
If you ordered a certificate in the last week it’s in one of these mailers that were sent out yesterday:
The response has been great.
Jut a note, for the people who are planning to perform weddings as an FSM Minister: It’s our view that weddings are social ceremonies and a couple should be free to choose whoever they like to perform their ceremony.
But to “be married” is also a legal distinction, and for that reason, I want to make sure that our FSM Ministers are following the rules and regulations of their areas. Please be aware that a Certificate of Ordination is not the same thing as a license to officiate weddings. In many areas if you want the weddings to be registered by the government, you need to get a license to perform weddings, issued by your clerk’s office. We have learned that most clerks will accept our ordinations, but if you encounter one who will not, please let me know, and I will see what I can do. But for the most part, please consider these certificates in the spirit of social ceremony.
Note — the certificates have been updated to use lithographed certificate paper. We also now have ID cards.
You can order the certificates and cards here.
Corona Bottles and Seaweed or the FSM in Cape Hatteras, NC?
Robert Cox created this. Awesome work.
The paper Certificates of ordination are ready. If you’d like one, you can order one here. Updated — The cost is $20 shipped to the US and $30 shipped international.
Note — the certificates have been updated to use a nicer lithograph paper. The price is now $25, for both Domestic and International orders, shipping included. We also now have ID Cards.
Jake painted this piece for the ceiling in his art room. It will be on display for years to come, no doubt influencing future students. Nice work!