Rumors of the existence of an organization with these initials have been circulating for decades. It's said to stand for the Pan-American Protective Program for the Prevention of People Putting Parsley on Potatoes in Public Places.

Variations on the name do exist, such as the Society for the Prevention of People Putting Parsley on People’s Plates in Prominent Public Places.

Oakland Tribune - Sep 9, 1941

Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Mar 18, 1939

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Feb 27, 2020
     Category: Clubs, Fraternities and Other Self-selecting Organizations

I must be doing too many crossword puzzles, because my first thought was that all those P's were rho's.
Posted by Fritz on 02/27/20 at 07:58 AM
Rho, rho, rho your boat . . . .
Posted by Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D. on 02/28/20 at 10:17 PM
Part of O.M.?
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/29/20 at 06:53 AM
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