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Evolve Fish

Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 1:09 am
by Bob the Unbeliever
The Evolve Fish website has several stickers and such that depict FSM stuff.

They even link back to www.venganza.org on some of them.

I was wondering if they have permission for this?

the site is http://www.evolvefish.com/ and I'm thinking of ordering some of the FSM stuff, but only if it's legit.

Anyone know?

Thanks!

Edit: Okay, so I'm a bit slow; I went to the FSM homepage and there is a direct link to Evolve Fish website - obviously it is kosher stuff.

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 2:01 am
by Michelangelo
I have a question...if we are to take FSM as a true faith, then how can such a site and its products not be "kosher?" I mean I don't think the vatican holds copyrights on the image of Jesus on the cross. Just wondering, not trying to start a fight or anything.

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 2:16 am
by The Inanimator
Yea, people can use any of my FSM graphics if they wanted, then I get to smile when I see it on the street. I do professional work that that philosophy doesn't apply to but for this it's all cool, at least with me.

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 12:24 pm
by Qwertyuiopasd
of course, if someone depicts the FSM in a really bad way (there was some FSM tentalce hentai spam a ways back), we can take action (see, shit on jesus painting)... or just laugh, depending on the severity.

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 12:52 pm
by Alpaca
That wasn't spam, that was a member who posted that as a joke. (I don't remember who, but it's definitely still floating around either in the archives or in R&R.)

Also, Qwerty, couldja please clarify the shit on Jesus painting comment?

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 3:00 pm
by Qwertyuiopasd
sorry for my misunderstanding in that issue with the hentai.

It's freakin' annoying, I can't find anything reall directly about it, but it was in a exhibit called 'sensation'. it included paintings of jesus covered in feces.

here's something simmilar

this website wrote:Back in 1999, a controversial art exhibit called "Sensation" arrived at the Brooklyn Museum of Arts. It didn't take long for the show to receive tons of criticism from both the public and the mayor of New York, Rudolph Giuliani. Many, including the mayor, were outraged at pieces that used elephant feces and dead farm animals to portray the artists' disgust for the Christian religion.

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 4:16 pm
by Alpaca
Hehe. Gotcha.

Though your link points back to this thread....

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 4:44 pm
by Qwertyuiopasd
wow... c/v issues...

oh well. one of the sites I found (methinks it was a joke site) was an article about people being outraged because there was a perfectly normal and non-offensive painting of jesus christ. "wheres the blasphemy?" the mob asks.

:?