There are big things in the works–POOP Project events in NYC on Sept. 10, 15, and also Oct. 1 and 19th. More info coming PRONTO!
But a little teaser for the day: are you a woman in New York interested in asking Dr. Oz about your pee or poo, Tuesday the 30th? Allow me to explain…
This past week I was visiting my folks in Denver (even a Puru’s got to have parents!), away from Brooklyn just long enough to miss Aunt Irene. In truth, I was a little glad to be away but more sorry not to be standing with my city–especially in what New York Magazine warned might be a literal shitstorm from combined sewer outfalls (CSOs) in the Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek. Based on the pictures in one local blog, it doesn’t appear to be much of an issue, and the worst my block got was a big fallen branch. She IS a big one though!
So Friday, I’m at the Denver Zoo with the first family of feces (j/k Mom and Dad!). Like all zoos, they love poop. They sell their poo to gardeners in a can, have an online game where you can guess Whose Poo?!, and they’re soon to open Asian Tropics, a multi-million dollar exhibit powered by biogas–utilizing 2,700 pounds of animal poo and 4,200 pounds of their visitor’s trash EVERY DAY. I am impressed.
So I’m eating an ice cream alongside a free range peacock, and I look down at my phancy phone to phind (too phar?) an email from Dr. Oz.
That’s right. The guru of positive poop talk himself. THE Dr Oz.
…or a Production Assistant from his show whose name was Sheena. It was hard to tell. But we all know that down deep he loves The POOP Project.
Anyway, my understanding is that they’re taping a show Tuesday, Aug. 30th from 1-5pm about poo and pee. Any New York ladies out there who:
a) have been diagnosed with something because of/related to poo or pee and wanna sit in the audience and represent?
b) wanna ask a question that pertains to what the shape or color of poo means, why their pee is colored/smells a certain way or what the quantity of the pee signifies?
If you’re ready for your 15 minutes of fecal fame, email me at shawn@thePOOPproject.org and I’ll give you the low down.
That’s all for now, poopers. Wishing you inphamous phoeces and peaceful pooping.