Tom Ricketts wants male Cubs fans to wait in line to use the restroom. I don’t like this guy. I don’t like him one bit.
The infamous Wrigley Field mens’ restroom urinal troughs will be gone next season and I’m not happy about it. It’s new Cubs owner, Tom Rickett’s top priority according to chicagobusiness.com.
As a fan or owner, you
re just not proud of that part of the experience,
he said. Grow up and man up, Tom. Sheesh.
I never had a problem with the Wrigley Field troughs. They were extremely efficient. You go in the restroom, keep your head down, take care of business, wash your hands, and get out. What’s wrong with that?
Never did I ever have to wait to find an open spot. Sure there was always a crowd at the restroom entrance at the end of games, but it was never a standing crowd. It was always moving with a steady pace. Once you get in you just keep walking slowly with the crowd until an open spot appears. And you follow the keep-your-head-down-and-take-care-of-business standard. Never did I have to stop and wait in line at the end of a game to take a leak. Never.
Tom Ricketts wants to change a perfectly functional system and make it nonfunctional. What’s he gonna do? Add urinals? That will greatly minimize the amount of people that can take a leak at the same time. This is bad. This is really bad. I do NOT want to wait in line. Tom Ricketts, you’re stupid.