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Friday, May 12, 2006

Welcome To Our Ool

Notice there is no P in it. Please keep it that way.

That was the only rule that pools in Florida had. I'd guess that's because pretty much everyone had access to a pool.

But in the Northeast, a pool is still considered special. My apartment has a pool. Here's one of the rules it has:

If at any time the pool becomes excessively busy, everyone must clear the pool for a 10-minute break. This is very important and insures [sic?] the safety of pool users.
Actually, it ensures the annoyance of pool users.

Or this one:
Floating devices may not exceed 24" in diameter and are for use in the shallow end of the pool only.
Breaking of any rules can result in loss of pool privileges and/or 24 hours in the hole.

1 comment:

amoose said...

They also have a 10 minute break, once an hour, here in Texas at the YMCA pool. When I lived in PA, my local pool had a 10 minute break but it was designated as "adult swim".