publication date: Thursday, August 25, 2005 (part of Round XXVI)

category: Internet

clue: Kansas students hungry for knowledge might soon be learning about this sacrilicious deity. Ramen!

explanation: Flying Spaghetti Monster was the subject of an Internet parody of the debate over "intelligent design" being taught in Kansas science classes, in which the author demanded equal time for his own noodly diety. "Ramen" is a play on "amen," "sacrilicious" on "sacriligious." more…

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Justin Woods, Joanna Woods, Matthew Preston, Denise Sawicki, Amy Austin, Mike Eberhart, Dave Mitzman, Elliot Farney, Jerry Mathis, Scott Horowitz, Megan Baxter, Lori Lancaster, Aaron Fischer, Chris McKinnon, E. M., Wendy Hampson, Justin Hampson, and Bob Miller

trivia: Scott created his own source image for this goo. It was the first time a source image had been created anew just for Celebrity Goo Game.


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