I'm sure Trump can afford soap to wash his hands...
***By most accounts, the first case of an audience throwing tomatoes at a performer was reported in the October 28, 1883 edition of The New York Times.
The paper reported how an acrobat named John Ritchie was pelted with tomatoes after disappointing a crowd in Long Island. Ritchie purportedly fled for the stage door through a “perfect shower” of tomatoes.
Throughout the years, audiences have thrown other foods, like eggs and turnips, to express displeasure over a performance. But for some reason, the tomato became the protest food of choice. It’s how the world’s most powerful movie review website, Rotten Tomatoes, got its name.
The United States is sitting on top of a massive amount of aging infrastructure that continues to disintegrate at an alarming rate. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, the U.S. suffers from 240,000 water main breaks a year. That’s roughly 700 water main breaks each day.
Some of these water main breaks can be quite large. Here is a picture of water main break that took place on Howard Street in Baltimore.
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