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March 23, 2007

WHO SAYS THE FLORIDA STATE LEGISLATURE IS UNAFRAID TO TACKLE THE REAL ISSUES?

Not this blog.

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That's why I like restaurants with fancy cloth napkins.

*wonders if legislators have bigger guns than average (hahaha) Floridians*

Finally! toilet paper in the bathrooms! what will they think of next??

Wow! Hot water, soap, AND toilet paper! Well, La Dee Dah! Central Florida is getting civilized. Now if they can make this work in the Panhandle...

I wouldn't let Tancredo hear about this.

I'm impressed, they sure are tackling those dirty issues!

could they legislate the grade of paper?

crossgirl, it'll probably be sandpaper quality...but HEY!! it's paper!

Hey, go easy on the restaurants, willya?
They are just trying to make their foreign European visitors feel at home. (I said "u ro pe on", hehe) Its a sad day that we allow restaurants to turn their backs on their cusotmers.

WHO SAYS THE FLORIDA STATE LEGISLATURE IS UNAFRAID TO TACKLE THE REAL ISSUES?

Not this blog.

Posted by Dave

I'm trying to decide whether this says seriously that they are afraid to tackle the issues (not Dave's usual style), or snarkily says they aren't (not his usual style either.) Double negatives are soooo confusing...OTOH I'm all behind *snork* the (t)issue. Maybe I should just be arrested for overuse of parentheses.

A friend and I once semi-seriously discussed writing a guide to Paris toilets -- how to avoid squat toilets (general guidelines and a few examples -- an exhaustive list would look like a phone book), a list of highly recommended toilets, etc. My currently most recommended toilet (sorry, Restrooms -- I've been hanging out with the Brits and French too long ;-) is at La Coupole -- a big, lovely restaurant with columns painted by famous folk like Chagall, and big, beautiful, marble restrooms well maintained in the cleanliness, chicness, soap and toiletpaper categories. When there, I like to wonder if the bottoms of any famously-creative-type folks have been where mine is now.

Other people go there for the seafood and the history -- I go there for the history, the artwork, and the loos. ;-)

Please, AmerInParis, don't broadcast that. Next thing you know we'll need reservations for particular stalls.

*Gets in line at Miami Herald men's room*

Gee, here in Georgia we make do with pecans.

Pecans? Part of my family is from the South, but the part of the south where corn cobs come more easily to mind, or to hand, I guess.

yikes, fivver..that's rough.

Keep the government out of our bathrooms!

Siouxie, did you mean roughage?

"Keep the government out of our bathrooms!"

Our Potties, Ourselves!!

Mark my words, this bill will be wiped out in committee.

Of course some people have other ideas.

No life, but ideas>

Oh, this will never come to pass.

I'll have the Ceasar salad, a filet, and for dessert, A double roll of Charmin™ 4 ply.

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