|At the Olomana Golf Course, I piddled before I pitched.|
A $2,000 penalty would have hampered my swing.
A State Representative wants to impose fines for people who relieve themselves in public. Representative Gene Ward will introduce a measure this month to fine repeat offenders up to $2,000 who relieve themselves in certain spots. Ward issued a news release Friday calling for "urine-free zones."How will one know that an area is a urine-free zone? Is it marked(!)?
In the absence of a sign may one infer that urination is permitted, i.e., OK2P?