Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Man who wore colander on his head for gun licence given the OK from police after he declares it a Pastafarian headpiece - Weird News - News - The Independent

An Adelaide, Australia man Guy Albon, who had his four guns confiscated due to fears over his "mental competency" brought about by him wearing a colander on his head in his gun licence photo, has been given the all clear after he insisted the utensil was crucial to his religion, the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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Friday, May 23, 2014

Ring of Fire Enterprises Flying Spaghetti Monster Flag spotted in Illinois

Ring of Fire Enterprises' product, "Large Flying Spaghetti Monster Flag" was sighted and photographed in Central Illinois.

About this product, one customer has said:

"I bought this flag for my husband as a present,the delivery was in-time for the occasion which was great in its self,but was even more delighted with the qualtity of the material and print.My husband was thrilled with it. Thanks for the prompt service provided, and I will certainly order more products in the future."

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Friday, March 07, 2014

Ring of Fire Enterprises' product 'Flying Spaghetti Monster Car Emblem' spotted in Russia

Ivan from Russia posted this image of himself and his new Flying Spaghetti Monster Car Emblem.

Of this product, a customer said:

"Great quality item, it's still on my car and I don't see it going anywhere any time soon. I would recommend for any Pastafarian looking to spread the word. May you be touched by his noodly appendage, RAmen."

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday Displays

The Flying Spaghetti Monster is included in holiday displays in at least two state capitols.

Florida has included his noodly goodness in their display

Also on display at the Wisconsin state capitol:

Let those spaghetti balls ring!!!!

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Flying Spaghetti Monster Minister Delivers City Council Protest Prayer

Steve Vincent, an agnostic, led his town’s City Council in a prayer to protest the regular practice before government functions.
He said he was surprised that each City Council meeting begins with a prayer, and he became particularly irritated during an online discussion about a “Celebration of Faith” held earlier this year by Rancho Cordova’s community council.
Vincent became a legally ordained minister online as a member of the “Pastafarian” Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
View the video here: Flying Spaghetti Monster Minister Delivers City Council Protest Prayer « CBS Sacramento

Monday, October 07, 2013

Pastafarians detained in Moscow

Members of the satirical Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster were detained in Moscow for holding an unsanctioned "pasta procession" in the city.

The Church said the "pasta procession" in Moscow was held to celebrate the birthday of actor Robert De Niro, who played a character nicknamed "Noodles" in Sergio Leone's 1984 film "Once Upon A Time In America," but the event was broken up by riot police

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Pastafarian Collander in Texas Drivers License

Eddie Castillo
Eddie Castillo, a Texas Tech student, is the first person in the country allowed to wear this kind of religious headgear, a spaghetti strainer, in a legal identification photo.

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