Lab #9

Part One:

1.
a) I am writing for the Montrealers, the ones serviced by the Jean Marcotte water sanitation plant. I write for travelers who have used a squat toilet, a bidet or a bum gun. I write for people like Alexandre who waste so much time on the internet, amassing knowledge that would never be of use. I write for people who giggle when talking about poop, because they mask their fascination with humor. I write for my teacher that said he could write a paper about the accolades of George W. Bush, even if he is a gay liberal, because a writer should be able to make any topic interesting to any reader.
2)
a.) What is the purpose of your article?
To pass my last English course.
This question is an alliteration of 2.c.1
b.) Why are you writing it?
A paper on bidets can be as enjoyable to write as a paper on literally anything else.
c.) What do you hope to accomplish? In what specific way do you hope to affect the group of people you’re writing for?
To either inform or entertain any reader who ever reads anything a writer writes.
Someone else said that, i think it was Kurt Vonnegut. I wouldn’t be able to write with his mad passion.
Part Four:

 

He drove slowly towards the towering oil silos of Pointe-Aux-Trembles hoping that I would forget about trying to infiltrate the Jean R. Marcotte water plant. He let me blabber on about the new Tesla, and how hybrid sales are disappointing. He did not know that I noticed his hands on the steering wheel were cold and white. The GPS redundantly said “you have arrived”. We already knew where we were, we saw the tower, the almost empty parking lot and the unassuming guard post. Alexandre parked, and said for the final time, this is not a good idea. I must’ve said there are no bad ideas, only poorly made plans. I did not know what I wanted to do until I reached the guard post and a big man bellowed to me, “Oy.”

His name was Robert and he talked with his hands, not with his mouth. His eyes squinted at my obnoxiously big camera, and asked what my business was going there on a weekend. He adapted a wide stance. I notice the three cameras pointed at his direction. I understood, but I still wanted information, pressing him like he was a crunchy pickle in a moist smoked meat sandwich. He must’ve been amused because he told me to come back on a weekday, with the busy throttle of workers painting a better picture of the place. Robert saw gumption, or the same foolish motivation that Alexandre saw, because as a goodbye he told me the entire kilometre facility is fenced off. I waved good-bye and he offered a happy smile.

Lab #8

Part 1:

Should Montreal use more bidets? (make words more passive)

Why isn’t Montreal using more bidets?

What is Montreal doing with its sewage?

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Are bidets better?

Are we ashamed of pooping?

When was the last time there had been any innovation in pooping?

Why are we not questioning how we poo?

Why is poop a source of shame?

Is it the responsibility of humans to repair the damage we do to the environment?

 

Part 2-3-4:

Chronological Scenes/Topics:

Pearce’s statement about poop and psychological trauma

Alex experiencing *culture shock *about toilets- (insert: habit we hope to practice for many years to come.)

1st attempt to infiltrate la station d’epuration massive failure+ Robert Profile

Talk about how now is the worst time ever to go to East End (ozonation crisis 2015 + high security in facilities + everything is underground as well)

BE SYMPATHETIC ABOUT THE WATER STATION (they cannot close not even for a minute or sewers will overflow + most of the news are scientifically unfounded)

Problem of le fleuve saint-laurent and how it is NOT toilet paper. (FOGs, chemical dumps)

Tell research about how bad it is for the environment anyway (research oriented. 1. slow degradation + illegal logging)

Funny attempt at making recycled toilet paper

End with Pearce again saying “We should think about the unintended consequences of our actions.– (by actions it includes pooping)” Toilets and bidets are both bad. (Maybe not mention but keep as note: Bidets are a lesser evil though)

Note to self: Say in TONE (ONLY IN TONE) how Mother Nature is (uhm in trouble) because we damage it by simply existing.