Many among us has "worshipped at the porcelain altar" after a rowdy night involving an excess intake of alcohol. Now, however, the porcelain potty has a new role: a pictogram of protest. You may recall that bra-burning was once a symbol of scorn. Well make way for the latest: contempt by commode!
A plumber in Kittery, Maine, is expressing his disapproval of the town fathers' actions by flanking flushers in lieu of fencing along he edges of his property. David Linscott states that dispite objections from him and his neighbors, the town enlarged the Middle School in his neighborhood without making any plan for additional parking that would be needed. The town widened the street to allow parking, which is usually not allowed unless a variance is obtained. Now cars park on the streets, people wander onto his property, and some parts if it become flooded due to the widening of the roadway.
sh#@ty. It looks to me like his message is clear. All that's missing is:
potty photo credit: John Huff of FOSTER'S DAILY DEMOCRAT. tissue: Google images.