As we all know, New York is a terrible place when it comes to finding a public bathroom that you’d actually want to use.

This ‘situation’, coupled with the decriminalization of public urination – spearheaded by East Harlem’s Melissa Mark-Viverito – – has led to a noticeable increase in people (admittedly, almost always men) peeing in public over the last decade.

Into this mix came gig workers, and app-based taxi drivers in particular. Some, and by no means all, use drink bottles, to relieve themselves. This would likely go unnoticed, but supers or homeowners are forced to deal with the partly-filled drink bottles – often left at the curb or tossed in tree pits.

Help Support the Asylum Seekers That Governor Abbott is Sending to NYC

Governor Greg Abbott from Texas has spent over 12 million dollars to send migrants, asylum seekers, and immigrants to NYC and Washington DC. Here’s how you can help ease their way into New York City and the United States:

Electric Zoo is Coming

Electric Zoo is back. Labor Day Weekend. Randall’s Island.

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