Man cleans national park bathroom, sends Trump the bill

Man cleans national park bathroom, sends Trump the bill

While the federal government shutdown lingers, national parks remain open even if there’s no one cleaning their increasingly gross bathrooms. This lead one gubernatorial spouse to take matters of all kinds literally into his own hands.

Yes, Oregon’s first husband, Dan Little, spent some time last week at Mount Hood National Forest cleaning up bathrooms. He then sent President Trump an invoiced bill for $28 which, frankly, is an incredibly kind bill.

Judging by the looks of the bathroom and the time and effort that Brown probably had to put in to cleaning them, $28 is not nearly enough (and maybe something to consider in working out raises for workers who do this on the regular when the government’s not shut down). 

Of course, this is just one series of bathrooms in one park in one state while, apparently, the national flow of poop runneth over in other locations across the country.

It’s not quite as bad as the idiots damaging the Joshua trees at Joshua Tree National Park, but it’s still pretty bad and there’s currently no end to Poopageddon in sight. 

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