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Make your own ornament tribute

Published December 16th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

make your own

At a make your own ornament xmas party.


Pretty FSMas Lights

Published December 13th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


I hope my FSMas lights are a sufficient praise enough.


I think you did an great job and passers-by and the FSM Himself will be happy with your works.  Well done, sir. 

Any other FSMas light displays out there? Please send me your photos, we would all love to see them.

Historically accurate nativity scene?

Published December 10th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


I can’t take credit for this photo…but it’s a "must see!"


I am curious, who is the historian behind this scene? Shall we add this to the Holiday e-Card machine? I would like to get the permission of the artist of course, but I have always felt that blasphemy, like happiness, is enjoyed best when shared.

*Update* Word is that this is the work of Orngarth originally posted on reddit. I have added it to the to Holiday e-Card propaganda machine provisionally, so if you would like to send this to your friends/family/coworkers email in the form of a festive greeting there is a way to do it.


He speaks through wires

Published December 3rd, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


I found the FSM blessing my car. Apparently he supports the divine message as well.


Looks a little like my car.


Bank of the FSM

Published November 27th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Bank of the FSM

Here’s a photo of my pirate friends with His Noodliness outside the Bank of the FSM. Now it’s not just the Vatican that has a safe place to keep its dough.




Brazil VW Sighting

Published November 24th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Alexsandro spotted this FSM decal in Minas Gerais, Brazil, at a village named Conceição do Ibitipoca, during a VW Beetle fan encounter.


Chinatown Sighting

Published November 17th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


I found this at a store in San Francisco’s Chinatown in August.
As best as I can discern, the red colouring is due to the amount of spice used in Szechuan cooking, and his noodly appendages are not attached to his body since in Chino-Pastafarianism, they represent the "four dragons" that form the rivers of China.


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