#TracyMcPherson rocks #Pennsylvania County with her #Pastafarianism! Ramen!
I was first introduced to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster a couple of years ago, I think by random chance. I saw the FSM site and the letter to the Kansas State Board of Education. I thought it was funny and cute and certainly appreciated the effort, but didn’t really see it going anywhere.
Then, I saw that Bobby Henderson had written the Gospel and I was more impressed. Not that writing a book is impossible, but it does take time and effort, and I was impressed that he’d gotten legitimately published (as opposed to self-published), and so was available in mainstream book stores.
Since then, I’ve occasionally kept tabs on the FSM movement, but hadn’t seen much that impressed me since the Gospel.
I’m mostly impressed that McPherson took the time to prepare her statement and actually go to the meeting. There’ve been similar activities here in LA and I most often don’t find the time.
Good on you, Tracy. No matter what happens, even if the cats ignore you, people have had to consider what you had to say.
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