Tag Archives: Flying Spaghetti Monster

July 13, 1984

On July 13, 1984, Terry Wallis of Arkansas was injured in a car wreck and left comatose. He stayed in that coma for 19 years before he woke up in June of 2003. People in the year 2016 began wondering if there was a way for them… Continue reading

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May 17, 2004

On May 17, 2004, the first legal same-sex marriage was performed in the United States in the state of Massachusetts. The “Wrath of God” did not immediately happen as foretold by conservative religious leaders. Cats and dogs were… Continue reading

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May 13, 1559

On May 13, 1559, Netherlands Anabaptist leader, David Joris, had his three year old corpse exhumed in Basel. His corpse was then convicted of heresy and burned as punishment. Turns out people with grudges can still act childish and throw stones even after you die. The person with a grudge? His son-in-law Anabaptist leader Nicolas … Continue reading

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February 20, 1280

On February 20, 1280 CE, the Japanese Imperil Court ordered all the temples and shrines to pray for victory in the impending second Mongol invasion. The Great Flying Spaghetti Monster must have liked the constant begging from the Japanese, as more than a year later, on August 14, 1281, he sent a typhoon to destroy … Continue reading

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December 6, 1877

On December 6, 1877, inventor Thomas Edison demonstrated the first gramophone for the public, with a recording of himself reciting Mary Had a Little Lamb. It was later shown that if you played it backwards, it said, “Won og ot rus saw bmal elttil taht, tnew dlihc eht rehwyreve dna, heay – ALL HAIL THE … Continue reading

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March 10, 1656

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1656 in the American colony of Virginia, suffrage was extended to all free men regardless of their religion including Catholics, but pagans, atheists, and worshipers of the Great Flying Spaghetti Monster were still barred from voting.

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