One time I was stuck in traffic on the Schuylkill heading into Philly in August. I’m talking STUCK in traffic. It was going nowhere and hadn’t for about an hour. I had to pee and I had two options.
Oh, when I say, “I had to pee” I mean I was probably going to cause internal damage if I were to hold it anymore, so, just keep that in mind.
Option 1 was to leave the car and hit up the side of the road. Now, this probably would be a good move since the traffic hadn’t budged and probably wouldn’t for the minute or so I needed. However, if it did start to move the people behind me would probably kill me. I could possibly pull to the side of the road, but from what I remember the section of the highway I was on didn’t have a shoulder, so that was a no go.
Option 2: Pee in a Gatorade bottle.
I took option 2 and, you know what? There’s nothing wrong with that.
Vowing never to urinate publicly again, Macungie Councilman Linn Walker pleaded guilty Monday in Lehigh County Court to disorderly conduct, admitting that he urinated on his neighbor’s property earlier this year.
“I won’t do this again,” Walker told Judge James T. Anthony, who ordered the councilman to pay a $150 fine.
Walker had faced up to a year in prison if found guilty of open lewdness, a charge that was dropped as part of a plea agreement with the district attorney’s office. A public drunkenness charge also was dropped.
Ok. Let’s just end it there, shall we? Let’s put this whole embarrassing thing behind us…
Walker declined to comment as he left the courtroom, saying he didn’t like how he was portrayed in the media. During his court appearance, Walker told Anthony that he didn’t have a bathroom while growing up in New Tripoli.
Ok. Enough. No reason to…
Sgt. Travis Kocher testified at a preliminary hearing that while in Walker’s neighborhood on Aug. 3, he saw Walker urinating on a tree and hose at a neighbor’s house.
Walker, when confronted by Kocher, initially denied the accusation, court records say, but eventually admitted it.
Kocher said that Walker apologized, saying he grew up on a farm where it was common to urinate “when and where the urge arose,” court papers say. SOURCE: The Morning Call
On your neighbor’s hose, though? Sometimes you just have to say, “Look, I screwed up, my bad.” Not, “I’m going to rationalize this until the very end so that I don’t have to take personal responsibility and people will understand that it’s not my fault, it’s someone else’s fault. I was raised in a barn I always forget to shut my front door.”
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