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Reader comment on item: Muslim Hours at Municipal Swimming Pools in the West
in response to reader comment: Why not members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Submitted by Zahir (Canada), Aug 21, 2009 at 18:26

Last time I went swimming with my family I saw all sorts of kids playing with their noodley appendages. Even children of other faiths were using their noodles as flotation devices. The point is that Spaghetti Monster believers can swim with anyone at any time. There is not even a restriction on the colors of noodles. They are allowed to have purple, red, green, yellow. In fact any color that Toys R Us sells.There are only a very few pools that prohibit the use of noodles as toys and flotation devices, and those are where serious lap swimming only are taking place.

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