Pix of pits
Following on earlier discussion
of the Pits Of Despair recently forced on my neighborhood by Bloomberg's Best Sweetest Dumpling-cheekiest Bitchboy Copkiller Condon, in abject obedience to the EPA Terrorist Army.
We had a fast 1/3 inch of rain last night, so I decided to (finally) get some Pix of the Pits in action. The purpose of the Pits is to turn pure rainwater into toxic sludge, and they're performing BEAUTIFULLY.
For reference, here's the location before the Pits were dug, as seen by Googlestreet. Couldn't get exactly the same angle.
Now my two Pix of one Pit:
Ain't those just the purtiest old things? Don't you wish you had THREE scenic pits like this in your neighborhood to protect your environment for you? If you're a mosquito or an algae colony, the answer is YES! YES! YES! If you're a human, probably a less printable answer.
Tech comment 1: Note how fast the banks are eroding after only six weeks of operation. How long before the streets and houses cave in?
Tech comment 2: What happens in winter? The purpose of putting storm sewers deep underground is to prevent freezing. The ends of these pipes are now exposed to air. They will freeze solid and plug up, just like a house eavestrough. When the snow on the streets thaws suddenly, fun time.
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Update Mar 12. After two days of good rain, totalling 3/4".
Yummy! Stock it with fat Zika skeeters and it'll be a perfect tourist attraction!
Labels: Carbon Cult, Heimatkunde