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I don't see how one can be both a Pastafarian and an atheist. I must admit, I have claimed to be a Pastafarian myself once or twice, but only in a hypocritical way, I wasn't a true believer, which this guy obviously must be in order to demand such rights.
If I was to fall into the food worship trap, and some would claim that at my weight I have, then my sect would involve Chocolate and Chili, the way God intended.
(Chocolate was used with spices, originally.)
How come that if you claim to have found a new God you get tax exemption and a place in a comparative religions course, but if you say you ARE a new God you get a strait-jacket and a place in a mental institution?
Is it because in the latter case your claim can be falsified?
About the time that Christ was supposed to exist, the Panchatantra was used in India to teach worldly wisdom.
In it, it is written, "The people of the world having once been deceived, suspect deceit in truth itself"...