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November 13th, 2007

The Toilet House

The writer’s strike has ended! We struck a deal and got our crack staff (or is that “staff on crack”?) to cross the picket lines. We now return you to your regularly scheduled Pings.

Today’s Ping is a doozy, courtesy of longtime Pinger Dr. David Walls, Esq. He points us to the amazing South Korean toilet house, an abode that’s shaped like a 24 1/2-foot-tall toilet bowl, designed by Sim “Mr. Toilet” Jae-duck, whose political career revolves around beautifying South Korea’s public restrooms. This is somehow tied into the so-called “toilet revolution” and bathroom hygiene:

“The toilet revolution should start with talking about toilet issues freely,” said Song Young-kwon, head of the organizing committee for the five-day conference that opens Nov. 21.

Vive la Révolution!

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Dave Walls November 14, 2007, 6:09 am

I need to get that on a business card, for sure.

As for this house, let’s hope the toilet revolution is one that will NOT be televised.

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