A great outrage was brought to my attention at the Noe Valley Farmers’ Market this morning.
The management and staff of the Oceanside Wastewater Treatment Facility are up in arms and soliciting the support of the citizenry to avert a catastrophe.
They argue eloquently that because this state of the art facility has performed its job in the most competent and economically sound manner since it was completed, it would be an absolute outrage to give it a new name that would drag its fine reputation in the, ummm, mud.
Still, this is San Francisco, and radical leftists abound. A group of them called The Presidential Memorial Commission of San Francisco has managed to collect enough valid signatures to place on this autumn’s ballot an initiative that would rename our excellent plant “The George W. Bush Sewage Disposal Facility.”
Please join me in protesting this abomination and help save our fine facility’s good name!
Late note: As the election nears, polls are showing that the majority of San Francisco voters agree with me that, as entertaining as it is, the proposition is simply too insulting to the fine folks involved. After all, how would you feel if you had to get up every morning and face the prospect of going to work in a facility with that name?