Word on the street is that an increasing number of cities are banning the practice of air-drying laundry outside houses.
“It looks like something country peasants would do,” city governors have sneered. “We are a developed, modern metropolis. Our people’s laundry should be dried by machines, not by the breeze. And it should certainly NOT be seen.”
But with such a law, legislators are erasing rainbows from the streets! [...Read More!]