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Published September 3rd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Just got back from DragonCon in Atlanta, GA, where for the 2nd time I appeared as the Flying Spaghetti Monster. I thought you might want a few pictures, so I’m attaching two of my favorites.

I lost count of the number of pictures that were taken–well over 1000. I expect more will be turning up online, and I started a facebook group called “I was touched by the noodly appendage!” in hopes of seeing some of them posted.

The first picture is the FSM surrounded by some of his chosen ones. The second is just your run-of-the-mill group of dieties–Buddy Christ, God (from the movie Dogma), the FSM, and some suspicious looking guy in the background. See! We can all get along.

I can’t count the number of people who said things like “I LOVE the flying spaghetti monster!” or just knelt to be touched by the appendage. All I could say was RAmen. :-)

–Dr. T. Fishman



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kind of gross

Published September 3rd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Apparently the local avian creatures have encountered our Lord. -kyle


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Published September 3rd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson


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Published August 26th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

When we moved into our new house, FSM moved me to create this homage to his beatific powers. All hail the FSM, yar!


I think that’s the best embroidery project I’ve seen. It’s very nice.

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Richard Dawkins new TV Series

Published August 24th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson


Richard Dawkins has a new TV series about the rise of superstition and pseudoscience, and you can watch the first episode online here. It’s pretty good.

Also, I would like to note that about 6 months ago I sent professor Dawkins an FSM emblem, and he never wrote back. I can only assume that he was so taken aback by the gesture that he couldn’t find the words to respond. I’m still waiting, professor.

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Published August 22nd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

All of you are invited to join the community Pastafarian blog at FSMBlogs.com. Its still in experimental stage at this point but it is fully functional so we’ll see how it goes.


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Toronto Pirate Festival

Published August 22nd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson


The Pirate Festival – at Historic Fort York

2007 Dates: Aug 18-19, 25-26 and Sept 1-3 (10am – 6pm)
Location: Fort York – 100 Garrison Road, Toronto, ON

Are any Pastafarians attending? Send me pictures if so, please. Thanks.

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school propaganda

Published August 21st, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

i had a spare class, so i nicked the teacher’s whiteboard marker, with amusing results. naturally, being a catholic school, this was gone within an hour.
-Commodore Angryy


That’s the best white-board FSM illustration I’ve seen. Thank you very much, Commodore.

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Published August 19th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Troy sent me a link to this level in Bloons, a really addicting game where you pop balloons (“bloons”) with arrows. It definitely looks like the FSM. And the level is called named “Noodly Appendage”. So it’s probably not a coincidence.

Here’s the link to the game.


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