...and I thought our dogpark was dirty... http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aErNiP_V4RLc&refer=news "100,000 tons of human excrement that Indians leave each day in fields of potatoes, carrots and spinach, on banks that line rivers used for drinking and bathing and along roads jammed with scooters, trucks and pedestrians. 75 percent of the country’s surface water is contaminated by human and agricultural waste and industrial effluent. Everyone in Indian cities is at risk of consuming human feces, if they’re not already, the Ministry of Urban Development concluded in September." George Constanza was right when he didn't want to use a public bathroom in India. "I just walk it off..." "The toll on human health is grim. Every day, 1,000 children younger than 5 years old die in India from diarrhea, hepatitis- causing pathogens and other sanitation-related diseases, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund. ... more than half of India’s 203 million households lack what Western societies consider a necessity: a toilet."