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Halloween Evangelism

Published October 29th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Halloween is a prime Pastafarian evangelism opportunity, the one night of the year that pirates and wenches can walk around in traditional regalia free from persecution.

Here’s a collection of Halloween Missionaries, and below that a collection of Propaganda Pumpkins. These are from the last few years.  Please send me your photos from this year’s festivities and I’ll add them here.

 

Halloween Missionaries

 

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Columbus Museum Evangelism

Published October 27th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

How would you draw God?

The attached images were captured at the Columbus Museum of Art. Whether this drawing was left by a devout Pastafarian or placed by His Noodly Appendage, I do not know.

-Adam

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Party Girl Jewelry Sighting

Published October 27th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I see Him

Basking in the florescent glow of the grocery store pasta aisle,  the Flying Spaghetti Monster’s Noodley  appendages shimmered like diamonds.

-Corey

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Hairy spherical block copolymer particles

Published October 21st, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

From this article on NPR it appears material scientists have stumbled upon the fundamental Truth of nature at the molecular level.

But perhaps not yet undertand what they’re seeing.

There’s one part of the molecule that doesn’t like the other part,” Bates says. So the one part of the molecule folds up into a sphere, forcing the other part to the outside, where it makes little tendrils. It resembles a hairy sphere.

I think what this work does is that it makes contact with something that is more universal than just plastics. It has the capacity to teach us how nature works,” he says.

And understanding how nature works is something all scientists strive for.

NPR article here.


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Separation Church and State

Published October 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

retard

See Christine O’Donnell confused about the separation of church and state. 


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Fort Worth shrine

Published October 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

ft worth play structure

Tony found this Pastafarian shrine in Ft Worth, Texas.

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Tailgate Evangelism

Published October 18th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

He's got the whole world in his Noodles 

I was fishing along the Sacramento river and when I walked out I saw the truck parked near my car.

Love and Pasta,

Casey

Hey does anyone know who owns this truck?

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Walking away from church

Published October 17th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I came across an interesting LA Times article:

Organized religion’s increasing identification with conservative politics is a turnoff to more and more young adults. Evangelical Protestantism has been hit hard by this development.

During the 1980s, the public face of American religion turned sharply right. Political allegiances and religious observance became more closely aligned, and both religion and politics became more polarized. Abortion and homosexuality became more prominent issues on the national political agenda, and activists such as Jerry Falwell and Ralph Reed began looking to expand religious activism into electoral politics. Church attendance gradually became the primary dividing line between Republicans and Democrats in national elections.

You can read it here

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San Jose Bike Party Deity Ride

Published October 15th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

 pretty_girl_bike_evangelism

My brother Jake and I at the San Jose Bike Party Deity Ride.  My boyfriend broke up with me after i made these costumes because they grossly offended his christian beliefs….

Garnet

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Spaghetti Tacos

Published October 14th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

spaghetti-tacos

The New York Times just ran this article about spaghetti tacos.  

On an episode of the hit Nickelodeon series “iCarly,” the lead character’s eccentric older brother, Spencer, makes dinner one night. Glimpsed on screen, the dish consists of red-sauce-coated pasta stuffed into hard taco shells. What could be more unappealing?

When Julian Stuart-Burns, 8, asked his mother to make the tacos one night, she simply laughed. “I thought he was joking,” said Jennifer Burns, a Brooklyn mother of three. “But then he kept asking.”

I won’t argue against the inherit beauty of the taco.

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