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God Squad Club

Postby StayThirstyMyAguila » Thu Dec 22, 2016 9:45 am

My school allowed three kids last year (I'm in high school) were allowed to make a 'God Squad Club', and they used it to spread the word of their god, false or otherwise, as the case may be *coughcoughfalsecough*.

Anyone can make a club, so I said, "Two can play at that game."

Updates will be posted below, but as of yet I await a reply.

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Re: God Squad Club

Postby Cardinal Fang » Thu Dec 22, 2016 1:43 pm

If they have an issue with a Pastafarian club, why not suggest this as an alternative: After School Satan

They are already operating in schools, so presumably have material already available. If I remember correctly, they are trying to have them in the same schools that have evangelical after schools clubs like the Good News Club, so kids have a rationalist alternative for after school provision. Guessing that a similar thing would apply for other evangelical groups

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Re: God Squad Club

Postby StayThirstyMyAguila » Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:53 am

Great! The process to make a club is ridiculously hard:
  • You need principal's direct approval.
  • You need a teacher to sponsor your club (a.k.a. they have to be willing to host it in their room during Flex, our 'common-core' version of homeroom).
  • You need to have to guts to risk persecution for being Pastafarian.

So far, I have composed a very humble and EXTREMELY eloquent e-mail for my school's principal about the subject, but haven't sent it. I need a sponsor, and have a couple candidates. To avoid persecution, I will be sending the e-mails anonymously, from this account's e-mail account, to both sponsor/principal.

My friend, a fellow convert, is thinking of being in the club, but thinks I will never get a sponsor. Ten bucks said I wouldn't, and we shook.
So now I also have ten bucks riding on this (I'm confident).

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Re: God Squad Club

Postby Cardinal Fang » Fri Dec 23, 2016 3:50 pm

If you sell it as a club teaching about reason, critical thinking, scientific truth etc, you might get one of the science teachers interested. After all, FSM-ism is one of the few religions to have these as their basis.

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Re: God Squad Club

Postby StayThirstyMyAguila » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:30 pm

:lol:
And then my master plan shall be activated.
And we shall RULE THE GALAXY!
:evilgrin:
But seriously, only two of the science teachers know me.
One is a no-go, and the other might have a flex class.
I'm leaning more towards my English teacher, they:
  1. Don't have a flex class.
  2. Currently host no club, so they will be free to do so.
  3. Have expressed a fondness for the FSM (only by implication, of course, otherwise they would violate school rules and possible offend any Christians in the class), and
  4. Happen to be one of those newer and much younger teachers. In fact, they have a Steam account (yes, it's active). I find these teachers to be more open-minded.
If that teacher doesn't sponsor us, I've got a couple backups.
They also have a great sense of humor, and the FSM is very fond of that.
Once they said, and I quote, "Here's some motivation: Don't Be Hitler."
My science teachers are a little less . . . what's the word . . . free-spirited.


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