A typo-sensitive citizen files a 311 request to have this sign at Chandler Pond in Brighton fixed.
The sign makes no sense for other reasons. How does public health (or lack thereof) lead to non-migration? And this is supposed to be a Circle of Poo, but poo isn't even mentioned in the circle itself.
that the water is nonportable?
Can this sign be fixed? It's "waterfowl" not "waterfowl."
Good catch; pretty funny that the person who complained about the spelling couldn't even properly spell the issue -or maybe it was an autocorrection.
Oh, this was money well spent.
Just paint some quotes on the word "foul".
Now it is clever
Someone ordered the sign. Someone reviewed and approved the proof. Someone made the sign. Someone received the sign and took it into inventory. Someone put it into a truck and drove it out to the site and installed it. None of them caught this?
No harm, no...
Gross piles of green grass gunk usually but the loaves of bread turds are the worst! There should be a fine for this (is there?) and mention of it made on the sign to really deter the “benevolent” fowl feeders.
People were all up in arm over a few dog turds here and there, but now my shoes are turdier than ever from these geese!
There is nothing harmful in goose droppings. The Canada goose was thought to be extinct due to DDT until a biologist found a flock in Minnesota. Our 65,000 resident geese are derived from this flock. One goose, a thousand humanoids. They are vegetarians and their droppings have been declared safe by the FDA. Dog poop is another matter. They are carnivores. Their undigested proteins are edible by other animals, think skunk, rats, mice, even other dogs. Also, below 45 degrees there is little to no breakdown til Spring...
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