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    Credit Where It's Due

    I hate when someone isn't given credit for their work. It's much worse when someone else gets credited for it. Observe: [edit]Of course I'm referring to his popular version of the flying spaghetti monster, not the creation of it itself[/edit]

    The actual artist (of course) is Niklas:|ANJ

    Maybe some of us could raise a stink about this. I need to get back to work, otherwise I'd join up and bug them. Any takers?
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    There's actually a comment box under that link you provided. Maybe we can start there?

    It's interesting to find out where that flying spaghetti monster actually came from. I was fan of Niklas, his walk-through are always insightful.
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    I think they just spelled his name wrong -

    "...typically Christianity. Ex. 1: Nicholas Jansson’s adaption of “The Creation of Adam”"
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