Cisco endorses the Church

Published November 10th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson


We’ve seen large corporations adopting Pastafarianism. Next in line is Cisco. In this screenshot you can see that Cisco uses FSM in their CCNP Networking Academy curriculum.
Pasta be with you. RAmen.

14 Responses to “Cisco endorses the Church”

  1. daqq says:

    Heh, I bet that if we took a look at their source code, we’d find a lot of spaghetti code.

  2. *lol* says:

    Serpent smiles, you make me laugh.”Divine Tastiness”? “Noodly Word”?

  3. Drew says:

    Sadly, the FSM that Cisco is referring to is Finite-State Machine. But it’s still a good laugh.

  4. Ch0ezz1n says:

    Although the term “Finite-State Machine” could be misunderstood by Non-Pastafarians as a random technical term, we the truly touched know that he is using this anagram as not only a reminder of him but also to remind us of our present “Finite-State”, before ascending to his wonderful beer and stripper filled world beyond.

    May you feel the touch of his Noodly Appendage.

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