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Modern Art sighting

Published October 14th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

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Hi Bobby, I believe that I have seen an admittedly rather lean representation of the FSM in London’s Tate Modern Art Gallery,  I have attached a photo for you.  The ‘work’ was created by Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) and is called Table with Accumulator 1958-85.  What can the mysterious reduction in His noodly appendages mean?  Seeing as today is a Friday, I shall be mostly eating spaghetti.  Ramen.

–Matt

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Miraculous low tide sighting

Published October 7th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

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It is a miracle!!

While at a marine conservation workshop on the North Sea island of Sylt, His Holiness revealed himself to me.  This is a picture of two forms on the low tide mud flats.  Some people say they are worm burrows, but I know his Noodleyness when I see him.

Keeping up the fight and spreading the word while here in Germany,
Laura Bordelon

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Road mark sighting

Published October 5th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

I was walking with my son one evening last month when we spotted the Noodly one on a road marking.  We gave thanks by eating pasta twirls with cheese and tomato as soon as we got home.

David & Ben  — Carlow, Ireland

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Is this a sign from the FSM or maybe a Pastafarian road worker evangelizing to the passers-by?

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Black Rock sighting

Published October 2nd, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

Me and my friend went camping at Black Rock (Australia) and we discovered these carvings of the Flying Spaghetti Monster which appear to be from quite a long time ago. I was very lucky that I had my mobile phone with me to take a picture of this sighting. I hope you enjoy the sighting!

-Jack

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Skeptics might say this looks like a sand drawing but those with faith know better.

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Best DragonCon photo

Published September 12th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

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A number of people sent in photos but this is my favorite. Click the photo for the enlarged version.  Credit goes to machshots.com

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FSM Spotted in Parade

Published September 3rd, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

Jeffrey sent in this photo from this morning’s DragonCON parade in Atlanta.

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Here’s a close-up:

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I like that He’s riding majestically in a car while others are walking. 

The “Him->” sign is a helpful touch to those not yet enlightened.

And that looks like the  I Want To Believe drawing on the car, am I right? This one:

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One more photo.  Notice the mountain/midgit.  Awesome.

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Seaweed sighting

Published August 29th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

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Corona Bottles and Seaweed or the FSM in Cape Hatteras, NC?

-Melissa

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