"What's all this fuss I hear about endangered feces? That's outrageous. Why is feces endangered? How can you possibly run out of such a thing? Just look around you--you can see it all over the place. And besides, who wants to save that anyway?"--Gilda Radner as Emily Litella, "Saturday Night Live," ca 1976
The City of Angels has a problem reports the LA Times. People are urinating and defecating on the streets. I was wondering what that smell was. Jay Leno should be able to mine this problem for a 100 jokes. I can think of 3 or 4 off the top of my head.
We have the same problem with dogs here in Phoenix. Or should I say with their owners. It looks like the LA city council has had enough and the city police now have the wonderful task of arresting those caught with their pants down and collecting the evidence. The homeless advocates in LA are up in arms about the new law saying there aren't enough public restrooms in LA and the law is unfairly directed at the homeless.
Next, the liberals figure out a way to blame Bush for this problem and it will be the lead story on ABC News.
Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean. ---Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
(Thanks to the WSJ's Best of the Web)