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The Colander In His Admiration: Aaron Williams acknowledges NJ Licencing Laws

Published February 21st, 2013 by Wayne

The Holy Colander, blessed of His Noodlyness because He Boiled for Us inside it, has once again confirmed its rightful place among the Holiest of religious head garments!

Aaron Williams, an Egg Harbor NJ Pastafarian and Sauced Beyond Marinated, has paid tribute to the just Licencing Laws of New Jersey and honoured Lord Glob by wearing the Holy Colander for a renewal photo. Joining Niko Alm with the desire to etch his devotion to the One True Monster in perpetuity, Aaron insisted that the Colander did not breach the Licencing Law.

Despite Aaron Spreading the Truth, the Unenlightened, dedicated as they are to the Law of New Jersey, were compelled to refer this Holy Matter to the State.

Here are some excerpts of  Aaron’s Epistles of Enlightenment to the MVC from the original South Brunswick Patch report written by Davy James:

“What we deem as different or embarrassing is different from what another individual deems as different or embarrassing, in terms of religious practices,” Williams told Patch on Tuesday.

“Had it been a turban or a head scarf, or something from a mainstream religion, then it would’ve been fine,” he said. “I guess since they hadn’t heard of the religion, that’s why they opposed it. But that’s not really acceptable to me. They’re not in a position to discriminate against religions that are mainstream, or not mainstream, just because they may not have heard about it.”

“The people there were very polite, but I’d like to have better training for their employees, so I may be looking into some way to educate their employees on their own policies,” he said. “I feel like after I expressed my opinions and beliefs they were definitely more accepting. I was met with hostility at first and they were asking me what my problem was.

“I didn’t have a problem, they had the problem. After I expressed myself, they realized I wasn’t just some crazy person, but they still didn’t let me wear the strainer for my picture.”

Here is a link to Davy’s original article.

May His Noodlyness Touch the Unenlightened that they become strengthened by Protein, and that the Colander takes its true place not only among the world’s great head garments of faith but on the photo of every Pastafarian driver licence holder!

PBUY!

(Thanks to South Brunswick Patch and Davy James)



39 Responses to “The Colander In His Admiration: Aaron Williams acknowledges NJ Licencing Laws”

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  4. Joyce says:

    Please, don’t forget about Eddie Castillo; the college student from Lubbock (Texas) that was successfully allowed to have a strainer on his head for his driver’s license picture.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/26/texas-pastafarian-license-photo_n_3816839.html

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  7. Apprentice Frederic says:

    I noticed on my internet “front page” this AM that the US Military is formulating rules for concessions to soldiers who wish to wear religious apparel, e.g., turbans for Sikhs, yarmulkas for Jews, etc. The doctrine (clearly sensible) requires that there be no interference with the soldier’s functional ability. Wouldn’t a Pastafarian battalion decked out in Kevlar colanders be a stirring sight????

    • Keith says:

      As for the rest of the apparel, swords have not been an official part of a soldier’s kit since WW2, so a cutlass would not be allowed. (They tend to get in the way when you dive for cover).

      • Apprentice Frederic says:

        Keith, interesting point. I had a (wooden) cutlass when a small boy, and fell over it, just as you say, LOFLMAO. R’Amen

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