This is Exhibit A.
Ignore the child. Ignore whatever is between his legs.
Instead, look at the floor.
That floor is not one year old. The garden shed isn’t one year old. They put down brand new flooring in a garden shed and have wrecked it in a matter of a few months.
I don’t know if this is because they used cheap peel-and-stick floor tiles with no prep done to the plywood underneath ( that’s my personal theory), or if they are just hard as hell on flooring, but they have managed to destroy it.
I hope everyone who donated money to help these people get a “home” are now happy with the results. A baby sitting on wrecked floor. A mother who takes a photo and doesn’t even seem to notice that the door is covered in childish graffiti, and the buckets are filthy and the floor is destroyed.
This is a family who “unschools” their children, and those children are learning that taking care of things is a waste of time. Destroying stuff is normal.
[How much you want to bet that Joe didn’t go out with his $900 chain saw and help the neighbor cut up the tree because Joe can’t get the chain saw started due to lack of maintenance and it’s already wrecked?]
But as I said, this is Exhibit A.
This is why the Nauglers cannot be believed when they blithely assert that their human waste is “composting” and that everything is fine.
They would not know what “fine” was if it hit them in the face.
Because there are people like the Nauglers out there, we have to have inspections and permits and officials when it comes to waste management, for the sake of the public health. The rest of us deserve that. We do not deserve to have our environment, where we have to live, contaminated by these people who wreck every single thing they come in contact with.
The photo is not cute. It’s pitiful.