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(Atlanta Journal Constitution)   Man hospitalized after falling into toilet pit, had to make doo for 70 minutes until rescuers could get him out   ( ajc.com) divider line
    More: Sick, bathrooms, human waste  
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2013-03-20 04:18:21 AM  
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A childhood friend of mine lived in a wood cabin/house of sorts built out in a rural area. It was a pretty ramshackle place built by his father's own hands, I believed. Roomy, but the place leaned and was drafty. In any case, for its two floors and 4 occupants, there was but one bathroom, downstairs. The bathroom was quite literally a toilet seat placed on a walker set into the floor at chair level, over a hole cut into the floor. Waste went down into their open basement (which was really more just a dirt pit beneath their house. Reaked to high heavens.

Well, one day, we woke up and heard his cat meowing but couldn't find him anywhere.

2013-03-20 03:58:54 AM  
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Despite what George Carlin said about swimming in the East River (IIRC), ... I hope this guy gets checked out for e. colie or MRSA or whatever else he might have picked up. *SHUDDER*
2013-03-20 03:22:04 AM  
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Oh and the classic, moving the outhouse a few feet back at the crappy campground for the late night visitors.
Then returning it back after the victim climbs back out.
2013-03-20 12:40:26 AM  
1 vote:
Amazing how mis-spelling 1 word turns a headline into a classic.
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