Adherents brandish Pastafarian bumper stickers ("He Boiled For Your Sins"), clutch Flying Spaghetti Monster holy books (the "Loose Canon"), and even celebrate holidays such as "Ramendan" (a parody of Muslim Ramadan), all in the spirit of poking fun at religion."If I go to a Christian church, some people have a habit of speaking 'Christianese.' Atheists don't have that," Mehta said.
Bobby Henderson, the head of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, publicly condemned the vandals; Hemant Mehta, author of the Friendly Atheist blog, posted an online plea for donations to help fund repairs.
In less than 24 hours, he had raised more than $3,000."We think (atheists) can win in a civil dialogue, so there is no reason to resort to violence or vandalism," Mehta said.
But after a Google search, they learned "FSM" stood for "Flying Spaghetti Monster," the noodly appendaged deity of a fictitious religion called "Pastafarianism" that's popular among some atheists and agnostics.
Suddenly, it looked like atheists were on the attack.
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