Tag Archive: vandalism

Aug 27 2014

EPA Employee Poop Scandal Worsens: DHS Involved, Workers “Terrified”

Back in June, I wrote an article about the EPA’s difficulty in determining appropriate potty behavior. All hell broke lose as employees left feces in hallways and clogged toilets with paper towels. Memos were sent out, reminding people to please mind social bathroom norms while at work and defecate only in the assigned places – …

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May 20 2014

Concerned Citizens Paint Crosswalks; City Removes Them

We’ve all heard the question, “But who will build the roads?” Instead, one might ask, “but who will paint the roads?” In the case of Tacoma, Washington, it was the citizens. Crosswalks – of lack thereof – have been a big problem in Tacoma. Citizens in especially busy, downtown areas have requested crosswalks be repainted …

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May 13 2014

American Minecraft Gamers Blow Up Government’s Virtual Denmark

America has invaded virtual Denmark. The incident occurred earlier this month via Minecraft. For those not familiar with the game (which can be downloaded here), it is “a game about breaking and placing blocks.” Players can build or destroy entire digital structures and environments with textured 3D cubes. Players can also explore, gather resources, craft …

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