Saturday, September 06, 2008

Exeloo Auto Toilet

I want this for my birthday. I actually spent a few minutes in one in Northern Italy back in the 20th century, one of my best toilet experiences I ever did have.This company is a little dated in its technology compared to what I experienced but its still pretty cool. Seattle just recently auctioned off five of theirs that they spent 5 million dollars.They used ebay and some lucky fella bought all five for just under $13,000 or just over $12,000 I cannot recall the exact figure but a real bargain.I could go on and on about this but I have to hit ebay, I really want one of these things. Kind Regards and there are only a few shopping days left in September for my birthday so if you are at a loss, a free standing self cleaning toilet is on register at Thank you in advance JW



At 6:37 PM , Blogger The Fool said...

That's the Cadillac of Toilets, Josh, a regular stainless steel heaven. I wish our state would buy a few and set 'em up along the roadside. The facilities on a long haul can be quite primitive (translation - gross)'s best to just carry your own toilet paper and brave the mosquitoes and's a more dignified death.

At 6:46 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Fool: So true, who wants to be known as the guy who died from "terminal grossness" when you could be remembered as the guy who fought a bear but lost, the last of the true bare handed bear fighters, discovered bare assed but still itching from a bite and a fight.

At 7:06 AM , Blogger Toby said...

You've come a long way baby, cough, I mean porto-potty.

Lets turn this thing political. Fool, everythong is green and pretty up there in Alaska, RIGHT?

Why don't Alaskans just pee and dump their waste across the boarder in Russia?


At 7:43 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

toby: I think I will leave fool to answer this one. I gather from his site there are Russian community's in the Big A and they might not approve this plan.

At 2:35 PM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

Would you settle for a box of ass gaskets?

It's been a bad year...

At 4:46 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Zen: Well my first thought is, at least you are thinking of me and it is after all the thought that counts.
However I have two case's of these things (truth) that I picked up while visiting a friend's job site who is in the Demo business.
Its kinda cool visiting a good demo job, lots of flotsam and even jetsam. I even have some cylindrical shaped concrete from the Indy Speedway control tower which was taken down a few years ago and now the new control tower sits pagoda style, in homage to the grandfather of the control tower that was very pagoda styled. I hope my friend does not read this, I was given the tour grabbed these two concrete cylinders from the dumpster and gave one to Roscoe and one to myself.
The Speedway is privately owned and each race generates more money for our city than the one Super Bowl which our city has spent 721 Million dollars on to create a stadium suitable for the owner of the colts. He, I will not use his name because I use profanity afterwords and you all know how I hate to curse and shit like that.
This guy the owner of the Colts bought Kerouac's scroll a few years ago, he was actually shown on the local news smoking and unrolling it in his hand while the cameras ran. Now it is at least in the care of an archivist and is traveling around the country in all its glory and edits. Not the final edits but, I did visit the IMA and it was an interesting piece of work to read.
From Wikipedia:
Kerouac died on October 21, 1969 at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, one day after being rushed with severe abdominal pain from his St. Petersburg home by ambulance.
Lowell, Massachusetts Gravesite, Lowell Massachusetts
Lowell, Massachusetts Gravesite, Lowell Massachusetts

His death, at the age of 47, resulted from an internal hemorrhage (bleeding esophageal varices) caused by cirrhosis, the result of a lifetime of heavy drinking.[19] At the time of his death, he was living with his third wife Stella, and his mother Gabrielle. Kerouac is buried in his home town of Lowell and was honored posthumously with a Doctor of Letters degree from his hometown's University of Massachusetts Lowell on June 2, 2007.

In 2007, to coincide with the 50th anniversary of On the Road's publishing, Viking issued two new editions: On the Road: The Original Scroll, and On the Road: 50th Anniversary Edition.[20][21] By far the more significant is Scroll, a transcription of the original draft typed as one long paragraph on sheets of tracing paper which Kerouac taped together to form a 120-foot (37 m) scroll. The text is more sexually explicit than Viking allowed to be published in 1957, and also uses the real names of Kerouac's friends rather than the fictional names he later substituted. (Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay paid $2.43 million for the original scroll and is allowing an exhibition tour that will conclude at the end of 2009. The other new issue, 50th Anniversary Edition, is a reissue of the 40th anniversary issue under an updated title.

At 2:26 AM , Blogger Mone said...

How many times in September I am supposed to sing "Happy Birthday to you"??????
...just wonder :)

At 4:01 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

mone: Daily if you don't mind, it appears my birthday is going to slip into October so get ready for a long celebration. Thanks JW

At 9:57 AM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

I tried to find Kerouac's house that he died in when I was in St. Petersburg and got close but could not find it and gave up.

I was CLOSE--and it appeared to be not the best neighborhood at this time.

Speaking of Y-chromosomes run amok, have you seen the New Dallas Cowboys Stadium?

If you like it, you can contribute by flying to Arlington, renting a car, and checking into a hotel--paying your bills and the sales taxes out the ass on departure...

At 11:55 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

zen: Thats some kinda stadium! Now our humble Lucas Oil Stadium only cost so far 721 million. Every event held at the stadium, basketball, spelling bees etc Mr Irsay gets half the gate and concession.While the taxpayers foot the majority of the bill. We still owe for an additional 10 years on the RCA Dome which they are going to demo.I aint bitching, just repeating every casual conversation I have heard from the locals on this subject.


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