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If there’s one thing Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fischer (D) loves, it’s fiber — both Google Fiber and the kind that keeps you regular.
On Friday, Fischer shared a seemingly innocuous tweet showing a cool infographic about Google Fiber in the day’s Courier Journal. But, like most people who still read the newspaper, he was doing it while on the shitter.
— Mayor Greg Fischer (@louisvillemayor) September 11, 2015
That’s clearly your run-of-the-mill bathroom floor and stall right there. It doesn’t help that the infographic vaguely looks like a penis too.
The tweet went relatively unnoticed over the weekend until a few observant Twitter users saw it Monday and thought, “Yep. That’s definitely our mayor dropping the kids off at the pool and tweeting about it.”
— Derek Carrell (@derek_carrell) September 14, 2015
— Kentucky BBN (@JGBleedBlue) September 15, 2015
— Alex Kain (@akain) September 14, 2015
The Vanderbilt alum is in his second term as mayor of the city and is clearly getting a bit comfortable in the position.
Factoring in Mayor Fischer’s salary ($118,000 a year), a 40 hour / 5 day work week and assuming he spent about 15 minutes on the poo throne pooping, reading and tweeting, that shit sesh cost the nice taxpayers of Louisville about $15.
Extend that to a full year (assuming he takes a morning poop every day at work) and it’s costing $3,700 for Fischer’s bowel movements.
That’s $3,700 that could go to building extra sidewalks in the city. That’s $3,700 that could go to sheltering the homeless. That’s $3,700 that could feed hungry Louisville children.
Congrats on the Google Fiber, though..