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Future Debra Saunders Columns 

Wednesday, Aug 12 2015
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After SF Weekly called Chronicle columnist Debra J. Saunders’ poop obsession into question (“Trash Talk,” Sucka Free City, 7/30/15), she doubled down this week with a new column on urine.

• Homeless People: But Are They People?

• Why Must the Homeless Excrete?

• Drugs: Don’t Do ‘Em and Don’t Pee Outside

• U-r-ine Public, Pull Up Your Pants and Stop Peeing

• Outdoor Smells and What They Say About Personal Responsibility

• To Pee or Not To Pee: Please Stop Peeing Outside, You Animals

• Get a Job: The Debra J. Saunders Plan for Joblessness

• Get a Home: The Debra J. Saunders Plan for Homelessness

• Why Not House the Homeless in Jail?

• A Simple Solution to the Drought and SF’s Pee Problem: Stop Letting Homeless People Drink Water

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Julia Carrie Wong

Julia Carrie Wong's work has appeared in numerous local and national titles including 48hills, Salon, In These Times, The Nation, and The New Yorker.


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