Baltimore FSM Billboard

“Thought you might like a photo of a new billboard in the Hampden neighborhood in downtown Baltimore… Baltimore’s downtown revitalization slogan is “Believe,” and everyone in the Hampden neighborhood calls each other “Hon” (it’s a local thing). ”

baltimore fsm billboard

This photo was published in the Baltimore City paper here.
Thanks to Jake Corbin for doing this. You can check out his page here.

67 Responses to “Baltimore FSM Billboard”

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  5. Keith says:

    At the risk of sounding ungrateful to the administrator, why is there so much advertising coming through?

    • Captain Birdseye says:

      I thought spam/scamming was illegal and got people blocked by their ISP. Makes the site unusable.

      • Keith says:

        Perhaps it is a deliberate attempt to stop people visiting the site, (or is that foil hat thinking?)

        • SillyKiwiMan says:

          I think we’ve been targeted. Or it could be his Holy Noodliness testing our commitment to coming to this church.

          Either way, our benign and all-knowing carbohydrate gave the world Captcha.


  6. Jo Switten says:

    Could it be resolved by typing a code every time you want to publish a post? This site should be dedicated to the worshipping of our Beloved FSM! :)

    • Captain Birdseye says:

      Jo, I agree; these people are desecrating a holy place with their advertising pollution and wasting everyone’s time. I suspect that most comes from private computers, rather than spam-bots, from people who think the “make money online” scams are acceptable behaviour. I believe that most could be eliminated by using a code you mention, the one where you must read some distorted letters. This defeats spam-bots and real people can only send their spam one at a time. Personally, I think that spammers should be given a broadside and sunk in deep waters.

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