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ALABAMA IS DONE WITH NYC'S S#*T

The poo train stopped in Birmingham.

A landfill west of Birmingham accepted an offer last year to help New York City deal with the 1,200 tons of sewage it creates EACH DAY (That’s a lot of poop, ya’ll). According to the Guardian, many residents in West Jefferson were threatening to move due to the smell, which got very thick during those Alabama summers. The mayor’s office of Birmingham reported a “death smell” when several of the poop trains were backed up due to a recent zoning issue. 

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