Here’s a little collection of recent comments Nicole has made about the sewage issue. I put this together for your afternoon entertainment.
Absolutely not. You fight.
How do we know? Well, a summons for a court date gives us a teensy clue.
Uh, I think maybe it is actually a concern.
Temper, temper, Nicole. You do not get to just fling feces around like a chimpanzee and continue to live in human society. We won’t let you. Sorry.
CPS social workers do not know how to evaluate sewage systems. Health Department environmentalists do. That’s why we pay them.
And I just wish “we” had such pull with local officials. I wish.
Maybe you need to stop trying so hard to deflect.
It seems the Health Department doesn’t agree with you, Nicole. And they get the final word on the subject.
You won’t show us the great humanure compost system because it doesn’t exist. You know it. I know it. And the court knows it.
Really? We’ll see. . .
Dear “Annette” and Nicole, what seems to you isn’t the issue here. The issue is that the Health Department said “No” and “Clean it up” and you said, “Make me” and they said, “Okay.”
A precedent? Maybe. As in “You need to have your sewage disposal system inspected before using it.”
Be careful what you wish for.
There are numerous ways and you aren’t doing any of them, are you? Hence, the problem.
Now, there’s a great defense. Get Joe to use that in court, Nicole. I’m sure it’ll hit the spot.
I cannot wait for the “update.”
Here’s the deal. You have to have your sewage disposal system inspected and approved. That’s the law, Nicole. Deal with it.
Did it never occur to you that “they” meant exactly what they said?
And that is exactly what is happening, Kelly. They are shitting in a bucket and a child is dumping it “wherever.” That’s the problem.
Poor Joe. Poor Nicole. Victims.
Can we help you pack?