One of the commonest features of progressive, Democratically-governed cities is the pervasive smell of public urination. San Francisco has chosen to address the issue it by inaugurating the first open-air public urinal, which I believe will be henceforth known as the Harvey Milk Memorial Scenic Viewing Area.
San Francisco’s iconic Dolores Park is now home to the city’s first open-air urinal, the latest move to combat public urination in the city.
Because the best way to combat a problem is to accommodate it. #LeftistLogic
City crews have inspected 10,000 light posts to make sure they won’t fall over from erosion. That comes after a three-story-tall light post corroded by a likely mix of human and dog urine, and weighed down by a large banner, toppled.
Now, I wonder what they will do about the aggressive, mentally ill panhandlers. Perhaps by paying them to limit their aggressive pan-handling to the Dolores Park.