Toilets of Doom

While much was made about the fancy-shmancy automated self-cleaning public toilets that popped up here in Seattle a few months ago, I’ve yet to actually give one of them a shot myself.
This is primarily because while I’ve seen more than a few people go into them…
…I’ve yet to see someone come out.
I’m convinced that they’re not really toilets at all. They’re population control. Self-contained extermination booths. The fifteen minutes that are allowed? That’s actually how long it takes for the acid showers to dissolve everything down to the bones, after which the floor opens and drops any bits that couldn’t be eaten away (watches, fillings, jewelry, etc.) down to a collection bin to be distributed to pawn shops throughout the city.
Or then again, maybe I’m just paranoid.

1 Comment so far

  1. (unregistered) on July 11th, 2004 @ 11:33 am

    You’re just being paranoid, I’ve been there done that once or twice .. But then again I might just be some government guy who is trying to throw you off our little ploy.. either way my opinion is that they’re safe .. I just dont like that if you’r taking a leak (I’m male) and you dont stand in the right spot it doesnt register you there and it tries to open the door :P ..
    P.S. Hi …

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