Posts Tagged ‘toilet paper’

Ah, the 351 California Building: Erupting Office-Worker Poo onto the Sidewalk of Sansome on a Daily Basis

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Here’s some background and now let’s have an update.

San Francisco’s Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea of poo:

Stepping over and on raw sewage, on a daily basis:

Is this rainwater? You wish. It’s the accumulated sewage from the previous eruption. Most of the time this area is wet:

Oh well.

The Poo Problems of 351 California Street – Why Does Raw Sewage Erupt on the Sidewalk Here all the Time?

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

This is the sidewalk of Sansome betwixt Pine and California near our tony Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

The vent you see on the right regularly overflows with stinky raw sewage.

Why does that happen?

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And stuff that looks like toilet paper, is toilet paper, Gentle Reader.

And this is the same thing on Clayton near the 94117 Post Office:

But in this location, this condition doesn’t seem to be a regular thing.

The problem near the corner of California and Sansome near the new CVS in the Financh is ongoing.

It’s chronic.

Oh well.

Open Air Bathroom, Buena Vista Park, San Francisco, California

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

As seen from the sidewalk of BVP East:

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Raw Sewage on the Streets of San Francisco – Haight Ashbury Edition

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

This example of raw sewage on Clayton Street in the Upper Haight (right in front of the busy 94117 Post Office, actually) has been sitting around for about 48 hours or so.

Somebody put up an orange cone, so that’s a sure sign that some progress is being made.

Yes, that’s what you think it is. That other stuff? Again, it’s also what you think it is. Click to expand:

[UPDATE: 24 hours later, all better. Merci boocooh!]