Depending on which gardening circles you hang with, the concept of urine in the garden may already have surfaced as a discussion topic. So what's the deal? Should you seriously pee on your peas, tinkle on your tomatoes, and take a leak on your lettuce? Well, not on them , exactly, but if you aren't using your urine in your garden and on your compost pile, you are, pardon my French, pissing away a free, valuable resource and missing out an easy way to help close the gaping hole in your household nutrient cycle. Using urine in the garden can help you cut your water use less flushing while also cleaning up the environment downstream no water-polluting fertilizer runoff. Recent scientific studies have shown urine is a safe and very effective fertilizer for cabbage, beets, cucumbers, and tomatoes, and pretty much anything else you want to grow.
Here Are All the Reasons You Would Piss in a Cup in Someone's Kitchen - VICE
He was called in to repair a leaky dishwasher. Instead, service technician and now former federal Conservative candidate Jerry Bance took a leak inside a coffee mug in a homeowner's kitchen, later dumping the contents into her sink. The incident was caught on a episode of CBC's Marketplace and resurfaced this weekend. The Scarborough—Rouge Park candidate was quickly retired from the campaign soon afterwards. Footage shows Bance performing a quick fix on some piping underneath the sink. While kneeling behind the dishwasher, he grabs a mug from inside the kitchen sink and pisses into it. He then calmly dumps the pee into the sink, gives the cup a frighteningly quick, likely insufficient rinse, and puts it back down where he found it.
Here Are All the Reasons You Would Piss in a Cup in Someone's Kitchen
What can we do with a boss who urinates in a cup in his office and then dumps it in the kitchen sink even when we all women are sitting there eating lunch? We are certain of what is in the cup because it smells, is yellow, and it sits right on his credenza in plain view. A few weeks ago I was washing my lunch dishes and he dumped it right on top of my stuff. No one knows what to say. Is there any way to approach this?
It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a small glass tank of the artist's urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art 's "Awards in the Visual Arts" competition,  which was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts , a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects. The work generated a large amount of controversy based on assertions that it was blasphemous. Serrano himself said of the controversy: "I had no idea Piss Christ would get the attention it did, since I meant neither blasphemy nor offense by it.