Divine intervention or just a UFO?

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Divine intervention or just a UFO?

Postby horrorneefje » Thu Jan 08, 2009 9:25 pm

I am very new here, and to the FSM church in general. Consider me a lost noodle returning to his plate.
I may be mistaken here, I guess I need lots of theological education, so may the great FSM punish me with a lovely indigestion if Im wrong, and may he teach me the right path. So be it.

Anyway... could this be an FSM appearance or was it just a UFO?

If the first case is true, it would seem like His Holy Noodleness is opposed to wind energy as an alternative to the one, true and only form of clean energy: spaghetticalories!

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... 108149.ece

Quote: John Harrison, another witness, described how he looked out of his landing window and saw a “massive ball of light with tentacles going right down to the ground” over the wind farm. He said: “It was huge. With the tentacles it looked just like an octopus.”

I wouldn't be surprised if the missing blade turns up somewhere else on the world!


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Re: Divine intervention or just a UFO?

Postby Roy Hunter » Sun Jan 11, 2009 7:11 am

Global warming is caused by a lack of pirates, not greenhouse gas emissions. Any fool knows that. So it is quite possible that His Noodliness sees no virtue in renewable energy.

4am sounds like the sort of time that The FSM might be blundering about in his cups, and decide to whack a wind turbine just for the unadulterated hell of it. His Noodliness would probably have then been practising his sword play with the missing blade.
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