|The line for the pay toilet|
It didn't take long for the protest to deteriorate into a mud-slinging contest--wait--that wasn't mud.
In any case, there does not appear to be any quick solutions to their complaints other than the fact that "nature's call" coupled with social propriety may eventuate into them going home to take care of pressing matters.
Hari Wu Hu, a Hong Kong resident affectionately known as "The Town Pain in the Ass" said of the protest: "Not to worry. It will all be over in an hour and then they will leave and come back again to protest one more time."
He made it sound like the effects of Chinese food on hunger.
President Obama is blaming the protest on the previous administration's failure to anticipate such an event.
James Clapper just scratched his head and unfortunately, his last remaining hair fell out.
It seems like the buck always stops elsewhere with Obama.
In my novel, Jihad Joe, a New York reporter is taken hostage by Islamic terrorists. He is taken to a safe house where they demand the release of 3 Gitmo prisoners. If the president refuses their demand, they will behead the reporter and show it on the Internet. But the US does not bargain with terrorists. There is only one way to escape and he only has 24 hours. The clock is ticking . . .
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