Remember that Flying Spaghetti Monster?

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Lucy Forum Pro • Posts: 31,072
Remember that Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Well, look what turned up in today's newspaper (no not my photo)

and here's my photo from the other day...

I guess it's causing a bit of a stir here in Crossville TN......
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Inigo Montoya Forum Pro • Posts: 13,577
Re: Remember that Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Any Pastafarians here?

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Digirame Forum Pro • Posts: 33,919
Re: Remember that Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Interesting.... I guess I didn't understand the purpose of the flying spaghetti monster. But, maybe that's the point of people objecting all the displays, if I read parts of the newspaper correctly.

Inigo Montoya Forum Pro • Posts: 13,577
Re: Remember that Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Digirame wrote:

Interesting.... I guess I didn't understand the purpose of the
flying spaghetti monster. But, maybe that's the point of people
objecting all the displays, if I read parts of the newspaper
correctly.

Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_spaghetti_monster

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OP Lucy Forum Pro • Posts: 31,072
According to the article...

...at least one....the artist that put it up there. Other than that, I don't know....

Or did you mean here on the forum?

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OP Lucy Forum Pro • Posts: 31,072
Inigo's message has the link about it... nt
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RichardR Forum Pro • Posts: 18,265
A Little Parmesan?

Lucy, I like your photo better.

Lucy wrote:

I guess it's causing a bit of a stir here in Crossville TN......

Add a little Parmesan before stirring.

That's a great story.

Best to you,

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Typeaux Veteran Member • Posts: 6,471
I agree with Dick

... just add parmesan, but then I'm part of the Parmesanian Sect (Chapel of the Holy Cheese Grater).

I also agree that your shot is much, much better.

The entire article can be read online here:

http://www.crossville-chronicle.com/local/local_story_084161126.html

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Lance W Senior Member • Posts: 1,234
I remember being first touched

...by His noodly appendage. It was a delicious experience.

We're all agreed: your photo is better.

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