The Flying Spaghetti Monster

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    On this, the first of May 2010, I am proud to release this piece of sacred art which I commissioned from Sarah Pierce. I welcome you to join me in silent reverence to His Savoriness, the Noodle in the Sky, our Saucy Master, The Flying Spaghetti Monster. May you be forever touched by His Noodly Appendage.

    This piece is licensed Creative Commons: Attribution. Please re-use however you like as long as it is non-commercial and with Attribution to Sarah Pierce. albinobloodsugar.deviantart.com If you are interested in using this commercially, please contact me through notetoself.net.

    For more information about the Flying Spaghetti Monster, see the links below.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
    www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2204717621
    www.venganza.org

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    1. Melebeth 59 months ago | reply

      That's incredible.

    2. miss_emelia 59 months ago | reply

      Wow. That is totally awesome.

    3. BlueRidgeKitties 59 months ago | reply

      Indeed, awesome. *LOL*

    4. Colin Purrington 58 months ago | reply

      That is a thing of beauty!

    5. Kalense Kid 37 months ago | reply

      Blessed be Its Pirates!

    6. Templestream 36 months ago | reply

      This goes perfectly with PZ Meyers' squid theme - Amazing!

    7. jesus.castizo.mantas 30 months ago | reply

      Hi from Spain, i'm going to use your imagen for a personal stamp indicating attribution, I hope you enjoy it :), rollitosdeprimavera.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/joe-contra-co...

    8. d i l l w e e d 30 months ago | reply

      Jesus!

      That sounds great. I'd love to see a picture of the stamp when it's made. Looks like you had or are having issues getting it authorized.

    9. merripat 30 months ago | reply

      Nice, and congratulations for commissioning this!

    10. Truth in science 7 months ago | reply

      Sincere apologies from Britain to the whole world - for the damage done to science by Charles Darwin.

      www.flickr.com/photos/101536517@N06/14591997778/

      Sincere apologies from Britain to the whole world - for the damage done to science by Charles Darwin

      On behalf of Britain, I ask the whole world to accept the sincere apologies of the British people, for the damage done to science by Charles Darwin.
      Britain has a great scientific heritage, having produced some of the world's finest, and greatest scientists. However, Britain's enormous contribution to science has been seriously sullied by the false ideas popularised by Charles Darwin, which have led to a serious decline in scientific integrity, and spawned a whole catalogue of fakes, frauds and very dubious science.

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