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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Questions about the “Flying Spaghetti Monster”

After reading way too much about the Flying Spaghetti Monster, I have a couple of questions.

If traditional theists believe God made man in His own image, presumably FSMists believe God made noodles in Its own image. If a belief in human rights is a consequence of the belief that humans are theomorphic, would FSMists believe that noodles have rights? If so, what kind of rights would noodles have?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Noodles have the following rights:

1. The right to tasty sauce.
2. In the absence of sauce, the unrestricted right to butter and cheese.
3. Legal protection against overcooking.
4. The right not to be made in shapes with are demeaning to the pasta itself.
5. The right to be twirled.
6. Equal treatment regardless of length, width, or national origin.


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