Friday, April 5, 2013
Steve Clowney over at the Property Profs blog regularly posts fun maps that he finds. Following that trend, I just have to share this new one I have stumbled across. The folks over at the gothamist blog have looked at public urination citations and created an interactive map of where you are most likely to get busted when you just really need to pee. Take home message for people in Williamsburg: make sure everyone goes potty before you leave your bar house. Maybe what this map really tells us though is that we need more public toilets.
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