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Faith Fighter sighting

Published May 30th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Watching from the background, the only God who chooses not to fight.

David spotted the FSM in the flash game Faith Fighter.

I was playing with Jesus versus Mohammed and I did a screen capture when I saw the Flying Spaghetti Monster hovering in the background.

I have become  a true believer, I now call myself a Pastafarian!
Ramen!

-David O.

This game is pretty awesome, I have to say.  Each God has His own particular moves.  Here’s Jesus trying out the Holy Cross:

Cool hat.

It feels very much like the old Street Fighter games.  Good work Molleindustria – Fun AND sacrilegious.

You can play it here.

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Spore sighting

Published May 23rd, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

the one on the left reminds me of a galapagos tortoise

While wasting time that could be better spent studying for the upcoming midterms, I was inspired, most likely by the touch of the FSM himself and just had to create his likeness in Spore form. Here, His Noodlyness is experimenting with the creation of small noodly ones, for the furtherance of his noodlyness throughout this planet. So now, in this virtual universe, His Noodlyness may now also reign supreme! Let the FSM’s power spread around the planet, and eventually around the galaxy. Ramen.

-Mike

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Network Upgrade Sighting

Published May 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

blessed packets

Behold, FSM graces us with His presence during our network upgrade! Blessed Be the packets that travel down these wires!

-Thomas

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Gunpowder Falls sighting

Published May 18th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

That water looks so cold.  You are a tough lady, Sarah.

Spotted while kayaking the Gunpowder Falls in Maryland.

-Sarah

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Blasphemous cartoon

Published May 17th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I just noticed it was the Devil and God

Cristian spotted the FSM in this Chilean comic.  In Spanish it reads, “Looks tasty, doesn’t it?  Would you pass me the Parmesan.”

No doubt this will incite all sorts of hateful responses because that’s a legitimate and not-at-all unreasonable and nutty response to a cartoon. 

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meager pirate boat

Published May 16th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I can relate

I’m a poor broke college student, so I can’t quite afford a ship. This is the next best thing.
 
Fred

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phyto plankton evidence

Published May 16th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

planctol

Meringue corresponces found between phyto planktons and the Flying Spaghetti Monster!

That microcosmic creature is sailing in sea using carbon dioxide from fleck atmosphere to grown. It’s very rapidly reacting in its environment. I didn’t find any direct link within pirates, but under the climate change autothrophs could get lower photosynthesis levels to survive.

-Olga, from Finland

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