Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Wanted: 70 Toilet Flushers for Lafayette Cajundome

For my first blog post in ten days, I felt it appropriate to do a quick one about this story from my hometown of Lafayette, LA. Apparently, the Cajundome, which had been used for Hurricane Katrina and Rita refugees, is about to be reopen for concerts and such. In preparation, a toilet test is being conducted to ensure that the more than 200 toilets are working properly. This will involve the 70 volunteers to spend 15 to 20 minutes flushing the toilets in case there is anything in the pipes that doesn't belong there. Of course the only reason they have to test them out is that they have already found some "questionable articles" in the pipes. You'll have to read the short article to find out the details of the brick wrapped in a towel.

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