Where Charleston's history flows, it can be hard to tinkle

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When tourists travel south of Broad Street to Charleston's most historic areas, they often enter an area devoid of public bathrooms. It not only imperils bladders and bushes, but shop's bottom lines, too.

But the solution isn't as simple as just finding some land to build a public toilet.

Read all about it at The Charleston City Paper.

Of course, one of those high-tech rise-out-of-the-sidewalk toilets could be perfect for the historic area -- and Market Street's drunken mobs.

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