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On Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 2:04:44 PM UTC-7, wrote:
><> wrote:
> > I am a pretty well traveled person and have been to more than fifty
> > different countries.  I've been in 
> > rural and poor areas, seen a lot of things and generally think of my self
> > as "shock proof".   But I was
> > surfing around You Tube and came across something that really surprised me.
> > 
> > It talked about what a major problem "open defecation" is in the world. 
> > Now I've been on camping and fishing trips and occasionally took a dump
> > in the woods.  Probably most people have and never give it a second
> > thought.  But they were talking about this on a massive scale and used India as an example.
> > 
> > In India apparently "open defecation" is not just a function of poverty,
> > it is a widely accepted cultural norm.
> > They said more than 550,000,000 Indians openly defecate every day!  In
> > rural areas they don't have toilets in their houses or community latrines
> > in their villages.  Even people with the money to build them don't do it.
> >  So it was no surprise that they said: 
> > 
> > "Open defecation perpetuates the vicious cycle of disease and poverty and
> > is widely regarded as an affront to personal dignity. The countries where
> > open defecation is most widely practised have the highest numbers of
> > deaths of children under the age of five, as well as high levels of
> > undernutrition."  They went
> > on to say that in India alone, hundreds of thousands of young children
> > die each year from the filth, germs and disease caused by open defecation.
> > 
> > This open defecation practice is not limited to India, although it is by
> > far the worst place for it in the world.  Pakistan, Bangladesh and other
> > countries in this area also have this problem on a massive scale.
> > 
> > Bottom line, I've never been to India, or any of these other shit holes
> > (pun intended) and frankly, don't
> > care if I ever go there.  God bless America and please never let me
> > forget how lucky I am to live here!
> > 
> > Irish Mike
> > 
> > P.S. Apologies for the stinky topic
> > 
> I saw an Arab take a dump in the street when we refueled in Aden. Weird
> sight to see.

I saw a white man take a dump in the street in Las Vegas. Not that weird considering their
uncivilized culture.