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May 24, 2014 11:17 PM

Dive into our water safety test

Come Memorial Day, it seems we’re irresistibly drawn to water — pools, lakes, beaches and boat decks — like skinny dippers to an unguarded swimming hole. So it’s only fitting that May is National Water Safety Month, which, if it were celebrated with a party, would not feature alcohol (a definite no-no whenever you’re around water) and would have a required dress code (life jackets).

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