How can there be a Flying Spaghetti Monster if it allows THIS to happen? - Macenstein

How can there be a Flying Spaghetti Monster if it allows THIS to happen?

This story is tragic enough to make even the most resolute disciple question their faith in the almighty, be it God, Jeebus, or The Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Above: Well, at least the thieves won’t be able to listen to it.

iHate PCs reports that an autistic teen’s iPod was stolen after he showed it to friends at school. The teen in question, Cody Scetto, had saved for months for the iPod, doing odd jobs and shoveling snow to amass the $400. Unfortunately, it would seem Cody’s taste in friends is far worse than his taste is music players, for when he returned to his locker between classes, he found the iPod was missing. “You know who you are. If you return it to the (school) office, no one will say a word,” pleads Cody. “Just return it.”

Well, a word of warning to those hooligans who think that stealing from special needs kids is fun. The Flying Spaghetti Monster knows who you are too. Now just try to sleep tonight.

Above: Feel that? That’s the cold, wet noodly feeling of guilt creeping up on you!

6 Responses to “How can there be a Flying Spaghetti Monster if it allows THIS to happen?”
  1. odin says:

    Atleast he’s not like that idiot who’s wife threw away his Macbook Air because he left it in a stack of newspapers.

  2. Uber Eterpay says:

    You know, I used to be a “tard-guard” for quite a few years. This is horrible.

    Is there a way we can all chip in and get him a new one? I mean, people think that because someone is slow, or different (autism, downs, etc..) they won’t know the value of their possessions. I think if we all threw in a couple of bucks, we could get him a replacement if the asshole that took it doesn’t cough it up.


  3. dan says:

    i’d put some money in

  4. Roy Fitzgerald says:

    If there’s truth in the story I’m in for a donation. this sucks.

  5. Xavier says:

    I’m in for a donation too… but worried his jerk ‘friends’ would just steal it again.

  6. Eli says:

    This just pisses me off…. It’s not fair to steal from a handicapped person.

    Hell, I got my iPhone stolen from me a few months back. Still don’t have a new one, as I’m a teen and my job starts in May. Now I’m not mentally handicapped, but it sucked for me so it must suck ten times worse for this guy.

    I’d beat the shit out of whoever did this to him if I ever met them….. and the same goes for whoever stole my iPhone. Fuckers…

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