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Why is Jennifer Graham (Op-ed, Oct. 21) so concerned about the use of “oh my God” by others who do not share her faith? When I use the expression, I am not referring to her deity, but to mine: the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Marshall E. Deutsch

Sudbury

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