Flying spaghetti monster?

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  1. bang you'r dead

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    Started out as a rebuttal against the teaching of creationism and intelligent design in the Kansas school system about 15 years ago. Basically a modern spoof on religion, and the inability of anyone to prove it wrong, aka "Russell's Teapot". The flying spaghetti monster and the Invisible pink unicorn are both modern forms of the teapot, and are used to ridicule the existence of God and the teaching of religion in public schools. The proof of global warming due to lack of pirates is alarming however.

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    Coincidence? I think not.
     
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    As do most Christians, and I assume many from each religion. Many far more intelligent people than you believe in God, and many far more intelligent people than I believe in nothing.
     
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    Madison 87square miles surrounded by reality or insanity, depends on who youre askin
     
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    The FSM actually was used in that Kansas court case to get the other stories tossed out of curriculum in public schools. Funny bang I have had both logo's on my truck :)

    Agree with many smarter folks than I believe. It is humane nature to believe so we can survive as a species.

    Bill of the 1,000 of gods invented by man how many do you believe in? Me one less than you. Percentage wise we are very close to each other in our beliefs :)
     
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    Close, but not quite. You and I are exactly alike, percentage wise. Like you, I don't believe in any god invented by man.
     
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    We all believe in something (even if it is nothing)...

    To anyone not
    acquainted with a particular belief, all belief systems have the potential for equal absurdity (including atheism). In all honesty, Pastafarianism would be no less or more absurd than many mainstream religions to date…

    Me… I believe in something (bigger than myself), I just have no idea what it is or why…:nutz
     
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    Now can I get a big ALLELUJA from everyone?
     
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    You realize that includes your unwavering belief in nothing right?
     
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    I think I ate his god Tuesday night.
     
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    Check out the Church of the SubGenius. An earlier satire of organized religion. The "art mines" on their website have a lot of funny/cool stuff. SLACK!
     

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