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February 20, 2013


Motor vehicle workers in Dayton called police on a man who insisted on wearing a pasta strainer on his head during the taking of his driver’s license photo, according to a police report.

(Thanks to Barbara A)


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He's jammin' in the name of ... pasta?

He should be glad that the DMV didn't perform a mental health check.

Come to think of it, most of us should be glad that the DMV doesn't perform a mental health check.

Dang! I expected his name would be Al ... Dente ...

Do you rememeber to old movie TOBOR? They had some guy with a pasta strainer on his head.

Get on the geezer bus if you remember this.

They're discriminating against His Noodlyness! He will be annoyed!

He won't do anything hardcore about it, because that would go against his precepts, but you can bet those DMV workers will never experience al dente again!

As a devout Pastafarian, I object to the generally derisive tone of this article.

I vote for removing from the gene pool.

Of course I remember Tobor, Mikey. A semi-classic of the worst order.

Surely this is his right under the Constitution?

Mrs. PirateBoy is also a Pastafarian, and she demands that he be photographed in the name of His Noodlyness.


I'm with 'ya on the bus, Mikey.


They also used salt and pepper shakers.

Those were the days.

NOW get off of my lawn!

they were non beliievers.... his noodlyness will not be amused.

Pirateboy and B. Arking Mad,

Are you of the Rontini or the Linguini Sect of Pastafarians?

Mr. Mad informs me that he views it all as Bolognese.

MikeyVA - We are pirates with morals. No sects outside of marriage.

or outside of marinara

No sense in getting saucy, mazar larry!

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