But what of the rain victims?

but what of the rain victims?

Spotted this on the door of a laundromat in Silverlake and judging by the newness of it compaired to all the other withered tape, stained paper, sun bleached out signs next to it I’m going to assume it’s a recent addition. Perhaps rain victims from the other days freak falling water situation took shelter inside and used the dryers to de-wetify their jackets?

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9 Replies to “But what of the rain victims?”

  1. I think it’s aimed at our “community’s residence-challenged members” who try to use it for drying their rain-soak, and other-wise soaked garments and belongings.

    My guess. . .

  2. When you schlepp piles of wet clothes in they drizzle on the floor leaving them wet. Well, now that they put up the other sign all should be good.

  3. When you schlepp piles of wet clothes in they drizzle on the floor, leaving them wet. Well, now that they put up the other sign all should be good.

  4. Go read Metroblogging San Francisco and you will get all the details. Yes, it has to do with the homeless drying their belongings that got all wet due to the rain. They don’t wash, only dry.

  5. Macphotog, so if they’re living in transitional housing, does that make them “residency-impaired”?

  6. I already got kicked out of one laundromat for just drying my clothes there (I only own a washer). What the fuck is up with this policy?

  7. I wonder if it’s the laundrymat at the corner of Benton Way & Sunset. They were laundry Nazi’s there. I remember needing change once or twice & going in to use the change machine, & having to sneak in & out.

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