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#91 Old 06-13-2007, 11:37 PM
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Well if it's a bumper sticker or whatever generally one would want to convey some kind of meaning, which doesn't really work if you use a sticker most people think of as one thing while you think of it as something else.



And WTF is a Darwin fish? That has to be the randomest name for a sticker I have ever read.
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darwin fish

Now that I look at it again (only have seen it in avatars occasionally), there definitely are a few things wrong with the fish in that logo aside from having eaten the word Darwin nice lesson on the degree of my attention and the effectiveness of such logos.

Comparing the different logos of religion parody that Ive seen so far I think the logo of the Invisible Pink Unicorn is by far the best.

ETA (after having a look at the site blobbenstein linked to): I meant the logo that took the name Invisible Pink Unicorn literally.

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When I had a jeep I painted a shark with the word Darwin inside it and meant that "I am an angry Christian who believes in evolution" but looking back on it, it probably looked more like a shark that ATE Darwin.

Now I see who inspired the logo for Kirchentag 2007 (church congress):

http://www.kirchentag.net/index.php?id=1492
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Now I see who inspired the logo for Kirchentag 2007 (church congress):

http://www.kirchentag.net/index.php?id=1492





This is where I got the idea from. Off http://www.evolvefish.com/fish/emblems.html

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The biggest advantage of being a member of the church of the FSM is that you get to say "harrrr" and "avast" and "shiver me timbers" a lot when talking about the creation of the universe...



I mean... who doesn't like to talk like a pirate?
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like to talk like a pirate?

Pastafarians do. Im more of a Breadatarian though.



Two weeks ago I did not even know Neopaganism or Wicca are religions, and today I learn the vocabulary of Pastafarianism. Educational opportunities on the internet and especially VB are unlimited indeed. I must beware not to become hooked.

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I strongly believe in God & that he/she created everything. I don't, however believe everything written in the Bible. I admit I haven't read all of it. I consider myself a Christian, I just don't go to church or follow a specific religion.
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Christianity isn't a specific religion?
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People mix the words religion and denomination up a lot.
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Christianity isn't a specific religion?



Sorry I meant denomination.
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I think the word religion itself is used differently by various people.



Some use it to describe their belief structure, others use it to describe traditions.
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