But then again.... You dont see that.
But then again... "Few things in America have lasted 150 years. San Francisco’s sewer system is a working relic but one that works
You might think that the drought would give the sewer system a break, with not as much water going through it. But, while San Franciscans are sending less water down the drain because of conservation, the same, or more sewage is being sent through the system that isn’t being drained as well as before.
“It’s an organic material. It breaks down. It creates hydrogen sulfide. That eats up the concrete in the pipes if it sits there long enough,” Moala said."
---****! Liberals! With their good sewer system, but causing liberal problems with their drought problems! Conspiracy!!!
"With thousands of people moving into San Francisco, the city’s infrastructure continues to be taxed, no more so than the sewer system. But, sewer workers say they’ll do their best. It’s their duty."
--- Silly liberals! I bet they call for a tax hike! But wait if they do, I bet those conservatives come marching out against it! But remember if you call for help from the feds, it most likely wont be there hence the amendment that got rejected by those conservatives (AKA the US infrastructure heroes)
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I think San Fransiscans not being adequately able to deal with their own **** is poetic justice.
Infrastructure is liberal.
Bastions of conservatism like Alabama have amazing infrastructure, of course.
One of you will end up here next!
Likewise, when a state wastes billions of gallons of water on a minnow like fish and then cries the blues because there's a "drought", that's liberal.
Do what the law requires and kick all the illegals out of the city and the sewers would work fine.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)