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I was at the Touchdown Jesus the DAY BEFORE it was destroyed. I took some pics. When I looked at this one, I was amazed by what I saw in the clouds.
Spotted in Corvallis, Oregon.
Campbell Soup Company announced today they’re recalling 15 million pounds of Spaghetti O’s with Meatballs, ostensibly because of an issue with a mechanical cooker leaving meat uncooked.
Campbell spokesman Anthony Sanzio said the company is recalling certain lots of the product manufactured since December 2008 "out of an abundance of caution" because officials don’t know exactly when the cooker at the Paris, Texas, plant malfunctioned. Officials believe it happened recently but aren’t sure, he said.
— More at Yahoo News
It sounds suspicious. Be warned, Campbell’s: Pastafarians everywhere are watching your actions. Thanks to Sergio for the heads up.
Camden sent us this drawing, captioned “The Flying Spaghetti Monster watches Jesus and Satan fight in his spare time.”
Dirk from the Hentai Style drawing a few weeks ago took things a step further with this OFFENSIVE BLASPHEMOUS drawing of the FSM as a dog. I’m outraged and … no I’m not. I like it. Awesome work, Dirk.
Hey bobby i wore my Pastafarian t-shirt to school and found a few
fellow members, that night while plundering my success over a bowl of spaghetti O’s i became infinitely bored in the kitchen and judging by the color of the noodles and current theories and behaviors stated in the gospel i have concluded this to be the holy noodle in which the FSM was formed from. It tasted amazing when i made it, try it out. (remember noodles are easy to make but very finicky when speaking in terms of mixture.)
– your friend Carter
Ohio’s giant Touchdown Jesus statue was hit by lightning and burned to the ground last night.
A six-story-tall statue of Jesus Christ with his arms raised along a highway was struck by lightning in a thunderstorm Monday night and burned to the ground, police said.
The sculpture, 62 feet tall and 40 feet wide at the base, showed Jesus from the torso up and was nicknamed Touchdown Jesus because of the way his arms were raised, as though reaching out to catch a football. It was made of plastic foam and fiberglass over a steel frame, which is all that remained early Tuesday.
— More from CSMonitor
Here it is, burning:
Google tells me that many Jesus statues have been struck down by lightning. As far as I know there have been no FSM statues destroyed.
Franco from Italy sent this picture. His Tiramisu came out like this randomly somehow.