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Jim,

I think it's a cool down spout and I enjoyed imagining the water flow, the plants being watered and the creative process that went into the assembly. However, I felt compelled to epitomize the picayune, OCD reputation that many inspectors have earned. Sometimes, maybe often, I crack jokes that amuse only me.

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Neither a plumber nor a gardener could have been involved with that design.

There are not many plants that will grow with that much stagnant water under them. Those flower pots need drainage.

It must be painful for a plumber to see all those wye fittings installed upside down.

To put it bluntly, that down spout stinks. [:)]

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I can tell, John, that you know nuthin about art.

Chad, I was only joining in your sense of jest....can't we inject a little levity here and there?

Notice, if you will, that none of the "plants" appear to be thriving, even with Seattle's reputation for rainfall.

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Jim,

I think it's a cool down spout and I enjoyed imagining the water flow, the plants being watered and the creative process that went into the assembly. However, I felt compelled to epitomize the picayune, OCD reputation that many inspectors have earned. Sometimes, maybe often, I crack jokes that amuse only me.

Just so's you know, they typically amuse me, too. I don't know if that should worry me or not . . .

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