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Urinetown: Lake City’s Peeing Wall

A Berry Picker send along this photo of WSU frat and sorority members peeing against the back wall of the North Idaho Museum building around 3:30-4 p.m. Saturday, after a cruise on Lake Coeur d'Alene. First, the three fraternity brothers peed against the wall. Then, it was the young women's turn.

A Berry Picker's close encounter with WSU Greeks at City Park Saturday PM: My cousin and his wife from Seattle explained what they had just seen walking from the resort to the park.  They had seen up to eight students exit one of the four buses and immediately proceed to the nearest shrubbery to vomit.  By his estimate there were at least eight people getting sick right off the bus. We were all sadly entertained but as a whole we were shocked by what happened next.  Three young men walked up behind the museum building and proceeded to urinate on the back wall in full public display.  More shockingly was what happened next.  Five or Six sorority sisters walked up to the wall, immediately adjacent to the boys,  dropped their pants and urinated in full view of the entire park and a crowd of approving onlookers from their group.  All wearing white sweatshirts identifying themselves as Wazzu Greek. Full report here.

Question: Do you think downtown Coeur d'Alene should be called Urinetown?

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