FSM War Protest

Nick Jones, a Biology Graduate student at East Carolina University, and another fellow (and currently unkown) pastafarian, took part in the first ever FSM Anti-War protest. Hopefully thousands more will follow. Make Noodles – Not War

Make Noodles - Not War

You can contact Nick here: nickeatspie@earthlink.net

377 Responses to “FSM War Protest”

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  1. Nick the Infidel says:

    “do not put words into his noodlyneses “mouth”. and this war is necacary in some way. an example is how america is no longer being attacked by terrorists.”
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    And by the same logic one could say that: The Vietnam war was a necesary war evidenced by the fact that America was no longer being attacked by the Japanese!
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    The “Fight them over there so that we don’t have to fight them over here” argument is one of the most offensive in all of the war dialogues!
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    Do you really take comfort in the idea that thousands of civilians (and Americans) have died in a land far away, in order that our terror threat level not get moved from yellow to red?

  2. Evanism says:

    young-republican, you need to wake up to yourself.

    Your delusion is thorough and complete. You need to go through a program of deprogramming, a ration of rationalism and a meal of good spaghetti.

    Please take your hate mongering war attitudes somewhere else, for your Orwellian hate-speech and double talk are not for the peaceful forum of the Great FSM (all praise!), but the dustbin of antiquated prehistoric attitudes.

  3. XeroG says:

    You people are splitting us!!!
    Thats baaaaaaaaaaaad karma
    RAmen

    Xero

  4. A Marine's Brother says:

    I want everyone who is pro-war to listen to this. How many times have you had to wrench yourself away from the sound of your brother’s voice, knowing that it may be the last time you ever talk to him. How many times have you had to watch your sister succumb to insomnia, because the nightmares of her brother being disintigrated won’t let her sleep. How many times have you watched your mother cry as she prayed, hoping god would protect her child. Until you can say you have done these things, you have no say on the war. Yes, there are people who need to be stopped, people who would strap bombs to themselves in the name of a fanatical devotion, but why does it have to be at the expense of our soldiers’ lives. Are any of you pro-war people willing to step up and take my brother’s place on the front line, or the place of any other soldiers’? Remember this the next time you say you support the war. In America, we are guarenteed the right to LIFE, Liberty, and Happiness. How is it American to send our finest young men and women off to die?

  5. Re-Oared Marc says:

    RAmen, A Marine’s Brother, RAmen.

  6. Noodle Head says:

    As someone who is a noodle-seeker, looking for the warm garlic-laden truth of existence, and not yet a seasoned believer, I wonder if I might be qualified to make an observation: I can’t but think all the bloodshed of war would best be done in tall sailing vessels on the high seas. I am thinking a large sturdy galleon, a sloop, or barring that a brig, or small frigate. That way one could could minimize civillian casualties, and maybe get to swing from the rigging onto the other vessel, and gennerally say nasty things to one’s adversaries whilst chenching a rusty knife between one’s teeth. Oh, the seafaring glory!
    Yarrr!

  7. Fnord says:

    I quote bones:
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    “If you’re going to pretend that FSM has guided you on any issue, take up that issue to argue with OTHER (stupider) religions, don’t let’s get nasty with each other. Let us all bask in his warm, saucy, sweet-smelling aura together, and forget our differences. We all love a noodle.
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    See southpark series 7 episode 1: “I’m a Little Bit Country” to understand further the futility of this debate.
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    PLEASE! I beg you all for HIS sake. Shiver me timbers!”
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    Come on, if FSM said anything pro/anti war, he would let everybody know by now. In very clear English (so we may translate for those who don’t know English).
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    Sometimes “reading between the lines” and “I’ll just leave some argument here cos there’s this ‘leave a reply’ thingy” doesn’t work.

  8. Wench Nikky says:

    @A Marine’s Brother Dec 18th, 2006 at 4:45 pm
    ‘How is it American to send our finest young men and women off to die?”
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    RAmen Marine’s Brother
    May your brother return home safely, and when he does, may he be able to move on from the horrors he’s no doubt had to witness and face.

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