No Pee Zone

Sadly, I must report yet another pee-less day as a couple of us are still working on our “P” stories.

Tomorrow; 100% probably maybe for sure. Meanwhile . . .

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8 Responses to No Pee Zone

  1. AnnMarie says:

    The photo could be of a pendulum . . . a hint from your “P” story? Probably not.

    Waiting patiently . . .


  2. mvschulze says:

    EJ: Nothing to do with this post, but …as a engineer, I wonder if you knew the story of NYC’s Citicorp Building, the landmark 900 foot skyscraper, that due to an last minute change of using bolts instead of essential welding’s throughout the critical structure components, made failure potential likely (using a 50 year storm as a measure.) The fascinating story is beautifully described in an MIT lecture by William LeMessurier, chief engineer for the buildings design, who was basically blindsided by the cost saving change. It, of course, was quietly corrected in due time.
    Interested? See the 1 hr. plus lecture on You Tube under his name. M :-)


  3. Beautiful globe in both it’s incarnations!

    So, there is no bathroom here?!?! No peeing allowed?!?!

    Oh…wait…I get it now…you are referring to the P Stories! Ha!!!

    HUGS and Happy Sat-Day!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Carolyn.

      It’s one of the things we gave to friends when we moved from Colorado to Hawaiʻi. Haven’t seen anything like it to replace it, although we’re not going to have as many lawn ornaments as we used to.

      And, sadly, these days, there often aren’t public bathrooms open. It makes traveling a dicey proposition . . . unless one takes the astronaut route.

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